The multi-medial work of Bram van Breda is a continuous exploration of our surroundings and the active role object and matter play within social and cultural contexts. With a background in graphic and textile design, van Breda uses tactility and form as a mediator between the space or context he’s studying and the viewer-user.
His work is often related to the act of removing, recovering, and redefining.
Central to this is the idea of disorder or pollution. A concept that van Breda uses to bring together otherwise disparate fields of human activity such as anthropology, architecture and craft.