[#pointless circles going nowhere] Temporary traces are being made by running repetitively in places of urban pause, circling a centrepoint from a fixed distance. Variations in production between 1 hour and 100 km. Pieces are being documented with a drone ending up as videoworks.
“Running the remains of buildings / like dancing on graves_” *Rotterdam, 2018
Running Dutch Mountains, 2018
“Running the remains of buildings / like dancing on graves_” *Training grounds for city based mountainrunners in the Low Countries. >>> *http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/dibbets-panorama-dutch-mountain-12-x-15-sea-ii-a-t01745
https://vimeo.com/244675184 Ran, 2017 A drawing, being run by various players, obscured by a black dot. “Since 4 years now, Jeroen Jongeleen extended his artpractice with running distances and traces. Tricked by the shortcuts he photographed in parks, he desided to construct his own paths by running for hours and hours along his own drawn parcours. […]
Running A Pedestal
Running A Pedestal, Rotterdam (18 km), 2014 (4 x 9 km, through gallery district) Annual Spring Performance Festival, De Pijp @UpstreamGallery, Amsterdam 2015 Running A Pedestal, Shelburne Vermont USA, 2015 Running A Pedestal, BCA, Burlington Vermont USA, 2015
Running A Circle Clockwise
Jeroen Jongeleen ran a full circle on a 5.5 meter radius string for 8 hours consistently, creating a drawing in the effort. His feet being the tools, the park his canvas. The work found its final public place on the webdomain http://RunningACircleClockwise.com. In the webformat he keeps running a fragment of his action forever, as […]
Work no. 850
Jeroen Jongeleen Running Martin Creed, nr. 850 @ Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar, 2017.
>> Googleview: Drawing by effort: traces left behind through running a repetative geometric shape in city park. Two of several interventions @ Bien Urbain, Besançon France 2015