logo olivie is a new contemporary artist living in The Netherlands. His work consists of sculptures, installations and concepts.

Shortly after he finished his study graphic design Olivië’s work evolved from 2d to 3d due to his fascination for example architecture. From this area he was searching the meaning of his path and developed his own autonomous work.
As self-thaught he transformed and found out it wasn’t the architecture specific.
The magic key lay in it was ‘connection’ as general characterization. That word!! mankind discovered it in nature and science etc. and continues it in development, infrastructure, logic, religion or whatsoever. An endless melting pot of inspirations from where his artistic name was born. He legalized his opinion to the fictitious free-state ‘Olivië’. It was the beginning of his career.
In full pseudonym: Olivië De Boer von Regge zum Rhein.

His art is primarily based on human behavior and interaction in daily life. By emphasizing details of routines found in cultures, society overall, politics and even landscapes or man ruled structures, spectators are provoked to renew their view on these apparently insignificant things. Therefore inviting you to take a peek into the world of Olivië.

“As a contemporary artist I am continuously looking for different platforms outside the regular stages to exhibit the meaning. I choose for the unexpected and surprising location to trigger people passing by. Places where creatures gather and connect.”

“I take the liberty to determine the optimal environment to display the content without having to make adjustments in the interest of other parties.”

 

Encounter Olivië in public places and private collections, companies and government agencies.

 

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