Over de rol van kunst in een globaliserende samenleving

Framer Framed

Mirelle van Tulder

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Mirelle van Tulder holds an MA in Fine Art and Design from Werkplaats Typografie (2021-2023) in Arnhem. She was a Research Associate at the Research Center for Material Culture, Wereldmuseum (2021-2023). Mirelle has worked as an image researcher for MacGuffin Magazine from 2019-2023.

Her practice delves into the colonial archive, seeing its complexity not only as an incredibly vast collection of objects and documents, but also understanding its position concerning personal history. She combines the use of the archived material and its historical position, determined by displacement, with its poetic performativity as a prompt to point to the historical record of the many colonised areas in the Global South. As Mirelle’s research expands and evolves, her work stands as a testament to her commitment to uncovering hidden histories and fostering dialogue around the power structures that shape graphic design, art history and society as a whole.

In 2022, she founded the magazine and publishing house Roots to Fruits, that explores the intersections between music, archives, and resistance. Roots to Fruits has been included in Printed Matter’s New York Art Book Fair (2022), Offprint London (2023), and the Melbourne Art Book Fair (2023).

In 2023 Mirelle van Tulder became the new Atelier KITLV-Framer Framed Artist in Residence. Artists in residence work on urgent topics at the intersection of art and culture, academic research, and scholarship in the field of Southeast Asian and/or Caribbean Studies, and in relation to (post)colonial theory and discourse.