Royal Academy of Art

For the fourth instalment of our Collectibles series we invited eight graduate students to create a postcard. We selected four students of the Royal Art Academy in The Hague. We made the selection, independently, across different disciplines. And, well, we wanted to highlight them just one more time before their graduation show. Please meet:

Golshan Azadokht

As a graphic designer Golshan Azadokht espouses for a balance between art and politics. Golshan: “To move between design and at the same time give justice to minorities and emphasize cultures, has been something that has always thriven me as an artist.” 


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Adam Centko

Adam Centko has developed an interest in lens-based media through the organisation of an annual film festival (Sand Nudes Film Festival is a “bad cinema appreciation society” in the dunes of The Hague) and creating videos based on experimental research. In the creation of his works, he adopts new visual techniques to question our relationship with digital worlds. Adam graduates in Media Design.


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Jeanne Aubert

Through photographic series and through short videos, Jeanne Auberts work unfolds in phantasmagoric stories or tales, dwelling on imaginary and hypothetical realities. Jeanne’s working method could be described as poetic drifting, through readings or personal experience, strengthened by theoretical research – all eventually merging and turning into a singular, fantasized interpretation. Jeanne graduates in Photography. 

Su Yang

Su Yang mainly works on installations or sculptures made of wood, utilizing the characteristics of the material. Su Yang describes her works as “a reconfiguration of things that I encounter in life – whether it is an object, material or a space – rather than creating something new.” With these works, Su is interested in the creation of a setting where people can distance themselves from everyday feelings. Su graduates in Fine Arts.

The KABK Graduation Show 2020 will take place at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie from 10 until 13 September 2020. More info on how to attend here.

Thanks to Royal Academy of Art (KABK), Gerrit Rietveld Academy, and fritz-kola for supporting us in creating this batch of Subbacultcha Collectibles.