An old iron curling factory in The Hague is the creative core for the collective Crail Moansburg.
The group of artists share the conception that art, above all,should be layered, both in aesthetic and idea.
They have developed this vision to create a body of work that delves into our obsession with the capitalist information culture we live in, yet doing so with a loving glance and admiration for the times gone by.
The vibrant layers of these mixed media creations draw you in to their seemingly random compositions and dedication to method.
Every layer has a story with its own truths and concealed in every ugliness lies beauty. Like the painted and stickers walls of Metropoles,
Crail Moansburg’s work allows the viewer to delve into each piece and connect with individual stories,
every layer or not at all, so dive in…