Work (selection)         
Convertingsteel,  106 x 153 cm  2016 group exhibition AKV St. Joost, Breda (NL)
Untitledacrylic, chromogenic print, 269 x 35 x 16 mm 2016 group exhibition AKV St. Joost, Breda (NL)
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Meredith, 2016 109 black and white printed pages   thesis exhibited at group show at AKV St. Joost, Breda (NL)
Processing (0), 2019inkjet-print on canvas, 18 x 19 cm  group exhibition Sense and Reference at Witte Rook, Breda (NL)
Bending Square, 2019 wood, +/- 270 x 270 cm  group exhibition Sense and Reference, Witte Rook, Breda (NL)
Untitled, 2019digital drawing as inkjet-print on acrylic, steel, 296 x 33 cm group exhibition Sense and Reference, background: duo by Charlotte Besuijen, Witte Rook, Breda (NL)
I am vertical, but I’d rather be horizontal (photo: 9 march 2017)  performance took place on irregular moments during the exhibition, magnesium carbonate group exhibition 20.000 miles, CBK Zeeland, Middelburg (NL)
Work (selection)          
Processing (0), 2019inkjet-print on canvas, 180 x 190 mm  group show 'Sense and Reference’ at Witte Rook, Breda (NL)
I am vertical, but I’d rather be horizontal (photo: 9 march 2017)  performance took place on irregular moments during the exhibition, magnesium carbonate group show 20.000 miles, CBK Zeeland, Middelburg (NL)
Rebecca Niculae works and lives in Tilburg rebecca.niculae [at] hotmail [dot] com graduated BA  AKV St. Joost, Fine Arts graduated MA Tilburg University, Philosophy, Science and Society soon2019 Sense and Reference. Process, works and the exhibition. Witte Rook web article past 2019 Sense and Reference, group exhibition with Romee van Oers and Charlotte Besuijen at Witte Rook, Breda (NL) 2019 168H online project followed with a digital documentation 2019 about the work of Jon Tarry, SEA Foundation web article 2019 Art, play and being human. About the aesthetic education of man by F. Schiller. Guest lecture at AKV. St. Joost for second year students 2018 Ver voorbij de experimenteerdrift. About Karel Doing. Metropolis M webreview 2018 In Het Midden, group show at TAC, Eindhoven (NL) 2018 Destination Unknown, group show at Venlo (NL) 2018 Kunst blijft een raadsel, included in webreview  2018 Leren niet te weten wat je ziet. About Uta Eisenreich. Metropolis M webreview 2017 20.000 miles, group show at CBK Zeeland, Middelburg (NL) 2017 Wat wil ik hier doen? Over Bart Stuart en Klaar van der Lippe. Metropolis M webreview 2017 Jonge Zeeuwen in de kunst, included in PZC (newspaper), 4th of February by Jan van Damme 2017 Performative Registration. About Shaun Gallagher and Noa Eshkol’s movement notation (EWMN). Witte Rook webreview 2016 How To Make Art Books? with Carmen STRZELECKI at St. Moritz Art Academy, St. Moritz (CH) 2016 Launch, graduation show at AKV St. Joost, Breda (NL) 2016 She’d asked me why, I just went on ‘d told her. Group exhibition at The Fabriek, Eindhoven (NL) 2015 Hauptsache Schwierig, group exhibition, Electron, Breda (NL)  
Convertingsteel,  1060 mm x 1530  mm  2016 group show at AKV St. Joost, Breda (NL)
Untitledacrylic, chromogenic print, 269 x 35 x 16 mm 2016 group show at AKV St. Joost, Breda (NL)
Untitled, 2019digital drawing as inkjet-print on acrylic, steel, 2960 x 330 mm group show 'Sense and Reference', background: duo by Charlotte Besuijen, Witte Rook, Breda (NL)
Bending Square, 2019 wood, +/- 2700 x 2700 mm  group show Sense and Reference, Witte Rook, Breda (NL)
Meredith109 black and white printed pages   thesis 2016 group show at AKV St. Joost, Breda (NL)
How the image can come technically about, signals and frequencies that have no tangible materiality, that are in the air and while resting on a surface made visible.  We need tools to see very small things, and to observe very large things (that are very far away).  Printing is a way of marking, the printing direction is ike writing and reading. From left to right, from right to left. To start from a point, and go from there.  To decode something in order to make it visible, readable.   How does the immaterial relate to the material?  I want to talk about the works from a technical approach, of which I find its language poetic and are to me directing what the objects can become about. Elegantly they are described, in terms of their function.  Interface: one that makes it possible to see, smell, hear, (sense) it through something else  My work is conveying thoughts about things, how I approach them to be, the ontological status I give them.  Give a work a title, a verb in order to suggest something happening, enduring.  A digital photo can be stretched, scaled, its dimensions are variable.  In the future I want to make things that include elements of time.   Some of my works now are necessarily spatial in the sense one can move around it.  Often I feel no desire to make a series of the same idea into multiple works. But I would like to explore the accompanied possibilities of the elastic square. Bigger, smaller, variables, colours, weight, multiples, two in one, three as one, and so on.   I started with making a grey square which is almost 3 by 3 meter. This size combined with the chosen material makes the object less solid.  It can look like a triangle from one point, and as a rectangle from another, but when its presented flat its a square formed object.   I like the alteration of a form. Through time, in time. How can an object 'endure'? Include time? To fold something takes time. Included elapses.  MRI imagery is very complex. Taking your MRI scan is not pleasant, it takes more time than making a CT scan and you have to lie in a very narrow tube. But it can give better images, more precise and detailed, that is. Fourier analysis can be used in order to ‘represent’ signals. As Fred Sanback articulated, there needs to be a place in which something can be or can come about. These give parameters, possibilities.  The physical approach of the work is important to me. How one encounters the thing, and how it moves with it.  At Witte Rook I searched for the where something takes place or comes about. Both spatial objects have the ambiguity of having different sides presented to the viewer and changing simultaneousely with it. The MRI image in which frequencies and signals are ‘represented’ in the k-space is the image before we can read it because its an image of something.