Born 1971, Breda, The Netherlands.
Lives and works in London, UK.

selected press

ArtReview, January–February 2017

Education

  • 1996

    Chelsea College of Art & Design London MA Fine Art

  • 1990

    Rietveld Academy Amsterdam BA Fine Art

  • 1989

    Central St Martins School of Art & Design London Foundation course

Solo Exhibitions

  • (C) denotes that a catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition.

  • 2017

    Pan O’ Rama, 360° BRWNDR, Viewmaster Foundation, Maastricht, Netherlands

  • 2016

    Yes, These Eyes are the Windows, 
Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam, Germany
    Yes, These Eyes are the Windows, curated by Bice Curiger, Fondation Vincent van Gogh, Arles, France, (C)

  • 2014

    Pareidolia, Art Unlimited, Basel, Switzerland.
    Yes, these Eyes are the Windows, Artangel commission, 87 Hackford Road, London, UK

  • 2013

    Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo, Japan.
    Pareidolia, Ota Fine Arts, Singapore.
    Kinemacolor, M Museum Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.

  • 2012

    Pareidolia, Diana Stigter, Amsterdam.
    Pareidolia, Maureen Paley, London.

  • 2011

    Wiener Secession, Association of Visual Artists, Vienna, Austria, (C).
    Seven Screens Osram, Munich, Germany, (C).

  • 2010

    Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany.

  • 2008

    Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan, (C).
    Art Gallery of York University, Toronto, Canada, (C).
    Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo, Japan.
    New Media Series, Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis

  • 2007

    Maureen Paley, London.
    Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal.

  • 2006

    The Falling Eye, Stedelijk Museum CS, Amsterdam.

  • 2005

    Trailer, South London Gallery, London.
    Trailer, AGNSW (Art Gallery of New South Wales).

  • 2004

    Maureen Paley, London.
    Baloize Prize 2003 SMAK, Gent, Belgium.
    Now that part of me has become fiction, Kunsthalle St Gallen, (C).

  • 2003

    Statements, Art Basel – Galerie Diana Stigter.
    Lightbox, Art Now Film & Video Tate Britain.
    Now that part of me has become fiction, Museum Het Domein, Sittard The Netherlands, (C).
    Placebo, Transmission Lower Floor Gallery, Glasgow.
    Interloper, Galerie Diana Stigter Amsterdam.

  • 2002

    Büro Friedrich Berlin.
    Gallerie Laura Pecci Milan.
    Gallery Tydehalle, Helsinki.

  • 2000

    Mind-set, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (C).
    Cosmos, Institut D’Art Contemporain Geneve.
    Day-Glo, Gallery Herold, Bremen.

  • 1999

    Huis in Park Ostermann-Petersen, Kopenhagen.

  • 1998

    Cross Currents Gallery 291, London.

Group Exhibitions

  • (C) denotes that a catalogue was published in conjunction with the exhibition.

  • 2018

    CITRUS NORTH curated by Susi Gelb, Easy!upstream, Munich, Germany
    Women’s Work: Art from Southwark Collections, Morley Gallery, Morley College, London, UK
    Out of Time (collection display), S.M.A.K, Gent, Belgium
    Resilient Futures, Thessaloniki Center of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece
    Telling Tales, Liao Jiekai and Saskia Olde Wolbers, Ota Fine Arts, Shanghai, China
    Why Art?, Kunsthalle Weishaupt, Ulm, Germany
    Known Unknowns, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK (C)
    doing identity. The Reydan Weiss Collection, Kunstmuseum Bochum, Germany
    Gallery Collection, Ota Fine Arts, Shanghai
    Stedelijk Base (collection display), Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
    Phantom Limb: Art beyond Escher, Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, Netherlands
    Citrus North, easy! upstream, Munich, Germany

  • 2017

    Celeste Prize final exhibition, Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf, London
    Paratoxic Paradoxes, Benaki Museum, Athens, Greece
    Offshore: artists explore the sea, curated by Invisible Dust, Ferens Art Gallery and Hull Maritime Museum, Hull, UK

  • 2016

    I Prefer Life, Reydan Weiss Collection, Weserburg Museum of Modern Art, Bremen, Germany
    Immerse, Kinokino, Sandnes, Norway
    Coral North, easy!upstream,
 Munich, Germany
    Our Machines, The Observer Building Gallery, Hastings, UK
    Immerse, Kinokino Sandnes Kunst - OG Kulturhus, Norway
    Connubial, Gunhild Hammeraasof Garborgsenteret, Bryne

  • 2015

    Silence Out Loud, Museum Kranenburgh, Bergen, The Netherlands
    Folds in Time: Artists’ Responses to the Temporal and the Uncanny, The Freud Museum, London, UK
    A Breathcrystal, a project by Project Arts Centre and Irish Film Institute, Project Arts Centre, Dublin

  • 2014

    Anne Lindberg & Saskia Olde Wolbers: Unmade, Contemporary Arts Center, Lois & Richard Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art, Cincinnati, USA
    Story Time: Or Was It?, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Israel
    Penetrating Surfaces; Apparitions in Digital Space, Österreichisches Filmmuseum, Vienna
    A Rhinestone as Big as the Ritz: RCA Film Night Series, Royal College of Art, London
    Twixt Two Worlds, Whitechapel Gallery, London, touring to Towner Museum, Eastbourne
    The Surface of The World : Architecture and The Moving Image, MCAD Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila, Philippines (C)

  • 2013

    Visceral Sensation, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan, (C)
    Slow Burn, Fundament Foundation, Tilburg, The Netherlands
    Wanderlust, Contemporary Art Society, London, UK
    Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen , USA
    Beyond Tradition, Garage Rotterdam, Rotterdam, Holland.

  • 2012

    Luminale Midwest Bienale, Detroit, Michigan
    Open End, Sammlung Goetz at Haus der Kunst Munich
    Through an open window, Art contemporain de la Rabo Art Collection, Institut Neerlandais, Paris
    Restless, Adelaide International 2012, Adelaide, Australia, (C).

  • 2011

    Monanism, Museum of Old and New Art , Tasmania, (C).
    John Kaldor Family Collection, AGNSW, Sydney, Australia, (C).
    The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, and the Moving Image, Caixa Forum, Barcelona / Madrid, Hirshhorn exhibition touring exhibition

  • 2010

    In What We Trust, Art Miami, (C).
    For Real, video art in public space, Hasselt / Maastricht
    Dying in spite of the miraculous, Gertrude Contemporary
    Melbourne International Arts Festival
    A Bluebird in My Heart, The National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe.
    Deception of the Eye. Special Effects in Contemporary Art, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, Wilhelmshaven, Germany, (C).
    Dying in spite of the miraculous, Melbourne International Arts Festival, Melbourne, Australia.
    Disturbed Silence, Duffel, Belgium.

  • 2009

    Manipulating Reality, Centro di Cultura Contemporanea Strozzina, Florence, Italy, (C)
    Heaven, 2nd Athens Bienal, Athens, (C)
    Automated Cities, San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, (C)
    Stressed Spaces, KW14, s’Hertogenbosch (C)
    Virtuoze Zinsbegoochelingen, Stedelijk Museum Schiedam

  • 2008

    Four Thursday Nights: Creative Imagination, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen.
    The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality, and the Moving Image, Part I: “Dreams”, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.
    Space Now, Space Studios, London.

  • 2007

    Genesis: Life at the end of the information age, Centraal Museum, Utrecht.
    Love and Politics, in a minor key, Istanbul Modern, Istanbul.
    Stop, Look and Listen, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, New York, (C).

  • 2006

    Visibilities: Between Facts and Fictions, Edith Russ Site for Media Art, Oldenburg.

  • 2005

    “The Plain of Heaven”, The High Line, organised by Creative Time, New York, (C).
    The British Art Show 6, Hayward Gallery Touring exhibition. (C).
    two by two, FOR AIDS AND ART, Sotheby’s auction, 2005, (C).

  • 2004

    Into My World / Recent British Sculpture, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut, (C).
    WonderHolland. Mercati di Traiano, Rome, (C).
    Real World Theatre – encapsulated in life, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh, (C).
    Becks Futures, ICA, London, (C).
    Another Zero, L’Arte Enterprize Museum, Bergamo, (C).
    Bloom Govett-Brewster Contemporary Art Museum, New Zealand, (C).
    Vis/Vitalis, Centraal Musem, Utrecht.

  • 2003

    Displaced, Armand Hammer Museum Los Angeles, (C).
    Fast Forward, Media Art Sammlung Goetz, ZKM, Karlsruhe, (C).
    Shine, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, (C).
    Turbulence, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnehm, (C).
    Anti-Pure, Kunsthalle St Gallen / Ursula Blicke Stiftung, (C).
    Models en Mavericks, Museum Het Domein Sittard,
    Nano, Gallerie Fraich Attitude, Paris, (C).
    Wonderland, Artspace, Auckland.

  • 2002

    Reality Check, British Council touring video show Slovenia, Prague, London, Zagreb, Cracow, Riga, (C).
    20202, Galerie Diana Stigter, Amsterdam
    Prix de Rome Award film & video Montevideo, Amsterdam, (C)

  • 2001

    Casino SMAK, Gent, Belgium
    Tirana Biennial National Gallery of Albania UK, (C)
    New Acquisitions, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
    Echt Kunstraum Walcheturm, Zurich
    Insider Trading, Mandeville Hotel London

  • 2000

    In Your Dreams, FA1 gallery London
    Soft City Word Image, Sound House London
    Include me out, Provost Space London
    I’m Really Sorry, Gallery Luciano Inga-Pin Milan
    Nowhere Fast, Century Gallery London

  • 1999

    New Work, UK Chisenhale gallery London (installation with Sigalit Landau)
    Remote Sensing, The Living Art Museum Reykjavik
    Coffee Time, Crowbar London – Bookshow
    Huis in Park Ostermann-Petersen, Kopenhagen
    Passion, Gasworks, London
    Cave, Sali Gia, London

  • 1998

    Pandemonium, festival of the moving image, Lux Centre, London
    Videonale 8 Bonnerkunstverein Internationaal Video Festival, Germany
    Adhocracy, Gallery Herold, Bremen
    Home Case Study, Skuc Gallery, Ljublijana, Slovenia
    Ladies Smoking, St Pancras, London
    20 years of digging, De Begane Grond, Utrecht * Huis in Park Ostermann-Petersen, Amsterdam

  • 1997

    Travel Light, Birmingham Art Trust
    World Wide Video Fest Volksbuhne, Berlin International Video Festival
    First Base Award, ACAVA, London

Screenings

  • 2018

    VIBRANT MATTER, Kino Arsenal Berlin, Berlin, Germany
    THE UNIVERSAL SEA – PURE OR PLASTIC?! Trafóklub, Budapest, Hungary
    Housing Complexities, Denver film society, Denver, Colorado, USA

  • 2017

    Bio-Baroque, Bio-fiction & Contemporary Art Film Festival, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa, Japan

  • 2016

    Yes, These Eyes are the Windows, Cinéphèmère curated by Marie Canet, FIAC Paris, France
    Yes, These Eyes are the Windows, Caro Sposo series curated by Marie Canet, Cinematheque Robert-Lynen, Paris, France
    Say-so, presented by MAP for Glasgow Film Festival 2016, CCA Cinema, Glasgow, Scotland

  • 2015

    Yes, these Eyes are the Windows, Art Amsterdam, IDFA, curated by Bart Rutten, Stedelijk Museum
    BLACK BOX 2.0 International Art, Film and Technology Festival, part of 41st Seattle International Film Festival, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, USA
    Yes, these Eyes are the Windows, KINO DER KUNST, Munich, Germany
    Yes, these Eyes are the Windows, KINO DER KUNST International Highlights, Neues Museum Nurnberg, Germany

  • 2014

    A Rhinestone as Big as the Ritz: RCA Film Night Series, Royal College of Art, London

  • 2001

    Nuove Scene dall'Olanda, Museo Castello di Rivoli, Italy

  • 2000

    Pusan International Contemporary Art Festival
    El mes de holanda, Museum of contemporary Art Buenos Aires

  • 1999

    Day-Glo, Veemvloer / World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam (C)
    Videarte , Mexico City
    Festival do Fim Lisbon
    Impakt Festival Utrecht
    Homebrew: visions, optics and eye-rotics, Lux Centre, London

  • 1998

    Light, De Vaalserberg, Rotterdam
    Hedah Cinema Hedah, Maastricht

Solo Publications

  • 2011

    Saskia Olde Wolbers, A Shot in the Dark, Secession,

  • 2009

    The Saskia Olde Wolbers Files, Phillip Monk, Art Gallery of York University, Toronto Canada.

  • 2008

    Saskia Olde Wolbers, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan.

  • 2003

    Now that part of me has become fiction, Artimo,

Group Exhibition Publications

  • 2014

    The Surface of The World : Architecture and The Moving Image, MCAD Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila, Philippines

  • 2013

    Visceral Sensation, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, Japan

  • 2012

    Restless, Adelaide International 2012, Adelaide, Australia

  • 2011

    John Kaldor Family Collection, Art Gallery of NSW / AGNSW Sydney, ISBN 9781741740639
    Monanism, Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, ISBN 9780980805802

  • 2010

    Deception of the Eye: Special Effects in Contemporary Art, Kerber Verlag, ISBN 978-3-86678-379-9
    Heaven, 2nd Athens Biennale, Athens, ISBN 9789609889315
    In What We Trust, Art Miami

  • 2009

    Automatic cities, The architectural image in contemporary art, Museum of contemporary art San Diego, Distributed by D.A.P. New York, ISBN 978-0-934418-71-3
    Manipulating reality, How images redefine the world, Fondazione Pallazzo Strozi, Florence, ISBN 978-88-96532-04
    Stressed Spaces, KW14, s’Hertogenbosch

  • 2008

    The Cinema Effect: Illusion, Reality and the moving image, DAN GILES with the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington DC, ISBN 9781904832508

  • 2007

    Stop, Look and Listen, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, New York, IBSN 9781934260036

  • 2005

    The British Art Show 6, Hayward Gallery Touring, ISBN 9781853322532
    “The Plain of Heaven”, The High Line, organised by Creative Time, New York
    two by two, FOR AIDS AND ART, 2005

  • 2004

    Another Zero, L’Arte Enterprize Museum, Bergamo
    Into My World / Recent British Sculpture, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Connecticut
    Real World Theatre – encapsulated in life, Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh
    WonderHolland. Mercati di Traiano, Rome
    Becks Futures, ICA, London
    Bloom Govett-Brewster Contemporary Art Museum, New Zealand

  • 2003

    Anti-Pure, JRP|Ringier, ISBN 978-2-940271-23-8
    Displaced, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
    Fast Forward, Sammlung Goetz, ISBN 9783980806398
    Nano, Gallerie Fraich Attitude, Paris
    Shine, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, ISBN 9789056623081
    Turbulence, Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Arnehm

  • 2002

    Reality Check, British Council touring video show Slovenia, Prague, London, Zagreb, Cracow, Riga
    Prix de Rome Award film & video Montevideo, Amsterdam

  • 2001

    Tirana Biennial National Gallery of Albania UK

  • 1999

    Day-Glo, Veemvloer / World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam

Curatorial Projects (selection committee)

  • 2015

    East Sussex open judge with Jonathan Watkins

  • 2013

    RCA Metro Prize judge

  • 2009

    New Contemporaries 2009, A Foundation, London, touring to Cornerhouse, Manchester, (C)

  • 2006

    Blink, Gasworks, London.

Professional Employment

  • 2007 - 2010

    Associate Lecturer Sculpture BA, Camberwell College of Art & Design

  • 2013 ongoing

    Lecturer in Fine Art BA (Studio Practice) Goldsmiths

Visiting Lecturer / Talks

  • 2015

    Folds In Time, The Anna Freud Centre, London, UK
    University of Brighton, Moving Image (BA Hons) Group Crit degree show

  • 2014

    Saskia Olde Wolbers in conversation with Gareth Evans, The Type Archive, 100 Hackford Rd, London
    Modern Art Notes Podcast: Saskia Olde Wolbers 09 January 2014

  • 2013

    Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
    21st century museum Kanazawa, talk
    Wimbledon College of Art, BA Time Based Media and Print, lecture and tutorials
    Bristol UWE lecture at Arnolfini gallery
    Slade School of Fine Art BA sculpture, lecture and tutorials
    Royal College of Art & Design Notes to Self exhibition
    Group Crit with Catherine Yass, Sarah Jones and Nigel Rolfe

  • 2012

    Art & Translation; From one to another, The Showroom, London
    Testing Ground: Zabludowic Foundation Masterclass lead by Doug Fishbone for postgraduates lecture Group Crit and tutorials
    Line-events; Art & Translation panel talk with linguist prof Neil Smith, The Showroom Gallery London
    Ideas Tap mentor for the Arka Group during the production of their short film Ocelli

  • 2011

    Camberwell College of Art & Design lecture and tutorial

  • 2010

    Saskia Olde Wolbers: Now That Part Of Me Has Become Fiction, Penny Stamps Speaker Series, University of Michigan, USA

  • 2009

    Royal College of Art & Design photography. Lecture and tutorials
    Westminster University MA Fashion Design and Enterprise, London. Tutorials
    Bloomberg New contemporaries 2009. Gallery talk on selected artists
    Royal Academy Schools. Lecture and tutorials

  • 2008

    Westminster University MA Fashion Design and Enterprise, London. Lecture and tutorials
    Royal College of Art & Design, painting, London. Tutorials
    De Ateliers Postgraduate Fine Art, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Lecture and tutorials
    Placebo / Talk and Q&A ; Mori Museum Tokyo .

  • 2007

    Royal College of Art & Design, painting, London. Lecture and tutorials

  • 2006

    Ruskin School of Art Oxford, BA Fine Art, visiting lecturer (2 terms) Lecture, Group Crit and tutorials
    Staffordshire University, Postgraduate Fine Art. Lecture
    British Art Show Nottingham University, BA Fine Art. Lecture
    Tate Britain British Art Talk: Fantasy and Invented Worlds, 8-02-2006 Lecture

  • 2005

    Royal College of Art & Design, painting, London. Lecture and tutorials
    Chelsea College of Art & Design, Combined Media MA Lecture and tutorials
    Leeds Metropolitan, BA Fine Art. Lecture and tutorials
    Newcastle University, BA Fine Art. Lecture and tutorials
    Trailer at South London Gallery In conversation with gallery director Margot Heller

  • 2003

    Chelsea College of Art & Design, Lecture and tutorials

Selected Bibliography

  • 2018

    Jacobsen, Seth, The Saatchi Gallery’s ‘Known Unknowns’ brings 17 artists into the public sphere, 2 May 2018
    Tidey, Alice, Saatchi showcases contemporary artists you should know, livingit.euronews.com, 24 June 2018
    -----, Known Unknows, Saatchi Gallery, 2018 (C)

  • 2017

    Syperek, Pandora, Offshore: Artists Explore the Sea, Journal of Curatorial Studies, Volume 6, No. 2, 2017, pp.263–267.
    van den Boogerd, Dominic, Reviews: Saskia Olde Wolbers Yes, These Eyes are the Windows, ArtReview, vol. 69 no.1, January and February 2017, p. 102.
    Verhagen, Marcus, Globalisation in Contemporary Art, Flows and Counterflows, Sternberg Press, Berlin, 2017, p102.

  • 2014

    Allsop, Laura, A House as Art: Van Gogh’s London Home, anothermag.com, 05 May 2014
    Coomer, Martin, Vince woz ‘ere: Saskia Olde Wolbers at 87 Hackford Road, Timeout.com/london, 24 April 2014
    Cork, Richard, Artangel installation at Van Gogh house, Brixton, London – review, ft.com, 06 May 2014
    Darblay, Louise, Saskia Olde Wolbers: Yes, these Eyes are the Windows, artreview.com, 24 April 2014
    Dorment, Richard, Inside Van Gogh’s London home, telegraph.co.uk, 02 May
    Douglas, Caroline, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Yes, these Eyes are the Windows, an Artangel commission, www.contemporaryartsociety.org, 03 May 2014
    Januszczak, Waldemar,These walls had ears, The Sunday Times, 04 May 2014
    Khan, Tabish, Saskia Olde Wolbers Brings An Historic House To Life, londonist.com, 8 May 2014
    Kellaway, Kate, Does a house in Brixton hold the key to Vincent van Gogh? The Observer, Sunday 27 April 2014
    Luke, Ben, Saskia Olde Wolbers: Yes, These Eyes Are the Windows, Artangel at 87 Hackford Road – exhibition review, Evening Standard, 02 May 2014 p.58
    Pes, Javier, Follow Van Gogh’s troubled footsteps, theartnewspaper.com, 01 May 2014
    Searle, Adrian, Van Gogh house tour feels like an estate agent’s viewing The Guardian, 03 May 2014 p.1
    Sherwin, Skye, This week’s new exhibitions, The Guardian Guide, 03 May, p36

  • 2012

    Bohr, Marco, Saskia Olde Wolbers, www.photomonitor.co.uk, 21 February 2012.
    Schultz, Michelle, Saskia Olde Wolbers: Visions of Desire and Pathological Lies, dailyserving.com, 22 February 2012.
    Gavin, Francesca, Saskia Olde Wolbers: Strange Journeys into Weird Worlds, Dazed & Confused, February 2012, p.144
    Johnson, Nicolas, Activating Images: On Saskia Olde Wolbers’ film Pareidolia, michiganquarterlyreview.com, 1 February 2012.
    Sack, Emily, Saskia Olde Wolbers and Garder Eide Einarsson, artistsinsight.co.uk, 1 February 2012.
    The surreal vision of Saskia Olde Wolbers, visualcultureblog.com, 18 March 2012.
    Volpi, Bruna, Saskia Olde Wolbers: Pareidolia, dazeddigital.com, 24 January 2012.

  • 2009

    Conway Morris, Roderick, Creating provocative new ‘realities’, International Herald Tribune, 5 December 2009, p.16.
    Jasper, Adam, 2nd Athens Biennale, Frieze, November – December 2009, p.134.

  • 2008

    Bonetti, David, Short film reveals deception in relationship, St Louis Post, 17 August 2008.
    Corkill, Edan, Deceptive Images, deceptive tales, The Japan Times, 8 May 2008.
    Green, Tyler, Modern Art Notes; Q&A with Saskia Olde Wolbers, www.artsjournal.com, 19 & 20 February 2007.
    Kealoha, Ami, Saskia Olde Wolbers, www.coolhunting.com, 23 April 2008.
    Fisher, Alice, Maureen, Fantastic Man, Autumn/Winter 2009, pp.148-155.
    Friswold, Paul, The Placebo Effect, Riverfront Times, 7 August 2008.
    Fumio, Nanjo, Focus London, Artists Directory: Saskia Olde Wolbers, Flash Art, October 2008, p.96.
    Jasper, Adam, 2nd Athens Biennale, Frieze, November-December 2009, p.134.
    Kudo, Kiki, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Dazed & Confused Japan, July 2008.
    No, Sureally, J Select, 1 April 2008.
    Paige, Magarrey, It’s All in the Details, Azure, July 2008.
    Placebo, West End Word, 30 July 2008, p.14.
    Rawlings, Ashley, Saskia Olde Wolbers, artforum.com, 14 June 2008.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers, Art It, 28 May 2008.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers, Invitation 7, 1 August 2008.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers, M&M, 15 July 2008, p.145.
    Stedelijk Museum CS Prospect / retrospect, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, 2008, p.94.
    The Art Gallery of York University takes flight with its 20th Anniversary celebration, www.yorku.ca, 10 January 2008.
    Topol, Kateryna, Saskia Olde Wolbers’ surrealist video art, Excalibur: Arts, 6 February 2008, p.17.

  • 2007

    Fresh Moves: New Moving Images From The UK, Tank TV, 2007, pp.52-3
    Basciano, Oliver, Reviews: Saskia Olde Wolbers, Art Review, December 2007, p.126.
    Basciano, Oliver, Telling Tales, Wonder Land, October 2007, p.34
    Sharpe, Chris, Book: Fresh Moves, Flash Art, October 2007, p.66.

  • 2006

    Amsterdam: Summer Exhibition Shortlist, Art Review, August 2006, p.91.
    Bokern, Anneke, Saskia Olde Wolbers’ Totally Original Universe, Amsterdam Weekly, 22 June 2006, p6-7, cover.
    Eleey, Peter, Emerging Artists, Frieze, January 2006.
    Mulholland, Neil, Spotlight, British Art Show 6, Flash Art, Volume XXXIX, Nº246, January – February 2006, p100.
    Princenthal, Nancy, Magical Thinking, Art In America, October 2006, p182-185&209.
    West, Esme, (editor), New Art on View, Scala, 2006, pp 62-3, 65.
    Wewiora, Helen, South London Gallery, Saskia Olde Wolbers: Trailer, contemporary, Nº78, 2006, p77.
    Agenda, M – NRC Handelsblad, June 2006.
    Agenda, Uitkrant, June 2006.
    Agenda, The Art Newspaper, June 2006.
    Amsterdam: Summer exhibitions shortlist, Art Review, August 2006, p. 91.
    Dagagenda, de Volkskrant, 27 June 2006.
    Dagagenda, de Volkskrant, 28 June 2006.
    De zonderlinge video’s van Saskia Olde Wolbers, de Volkskrant, 22 June 2006.
    Een hoofd vol witte verf, NRC Handelsblad, 5 July 2006.
    Een vloeibare, verdovende, NRC Handelsblad, 31 July 2006.
    Fishing Line Never Looked So Good, NY Arts, July/ August 2006.
    Hallucinate knock-outkunst, Het Financieele Dagblad, 1 July 2006.
    Het alleronmogelijkste geloofwaardig maken, Vrij Nederland, 8 July 2006.
    New Art on View, Scala, 2006, p.65.
    Onderwaterwereld, Identity Matters, June/ July 2006.
    Onwaarschijnlijke levensverhalen, Het Parool, 4 July 2006.
    Videokunst met literaire kwaliteit, De Telegraaf, 23 June 2006.
    Vleesetend visdraad, Museumtijdschrift, July/ August 2006.
    Voorkeur Amsterdam, NRC Handelsblad, 6 July 2006.

  • 2005

    Adams, Amy, Saskia Olde Wolbers: Trailer, TNT Midweek Magazine, 18 May, p27.
    Anderson, Hephzibah, Exhibitions – Sakia Olde Wolbers: Trailer, Metro Life, 13 – 19 May 2005, p31.
    Baal, Iphgenia; Leventis Andreas; Somaiya, Ravi, Tales of the unexpected: Saskia Olde Wolbers, Dazed & Confused, May 2005, p198.
    Bradshaw, Peter, Trailer, The Guardian, 16 May, p18.
    Chavez-Dawson, Jane, radar / visual arts, Flux, May – June 2005.
    Dorment, Richard, When Beauty shocks you into silence, Telegraph, 27 September 2005.
    Gale, Iain, A truly Cosmopolitan affair, Scotland on Sunday, 2 October 2005.
    Gavin, Francesca, Film art at the South London Gallery, bbc.co.uk, 27 May 2005.
    Green, Clare, Saskia Olde Wolber: Trailer. The South London Gallery, Flux, May/June.
    Güner, Fisun, Captivating fantasy, Metro, 23 May 2005.
    Hackworth, Nick, The secret life of plants, Evening Standard, 19 May 2005, p30.
    Haddrell, James, Sakia Olde Wolbers: Trailer – South London Gallery, indielondon.co.uk, May 2005, indielondon.co.uk/events/outsouthlondongalleryolde_wolbers.html.
    Herbert, Martin, Anti-trust & Saskia Olde Wolbers – Critics Choice, Time Out London, 1-8 June 2005, p68.
    Herbert, Martin, Martin Herbert, Artforum, Volume XLIV, Nº4, December 2005, p248-249.
    James, Sarah, British Art Show 6, Art Monthly, Nº291, November 2005, p20 – 21.
    Jansson, Eva-Lotta, Saskia Olde Wolber’s “Trailer” opens today in London, Artinfo.com, 18 May 2005.
    Lack, Jessica, Picks of the week: Trailer, The Guardian, 16 May 2005, p18.
    McDermott, Leon, British Art Show 6, Sunday Herald Glasgow, 2 October 2005.
    Satz, Aura, saskia olde wolbers, tema celeste, September – October 2005, p83.
    Searle, Adrian, Say it with flytraps, The Guardian, 24 May, p12.
    Suchin, Peter, British Art Show, Untitled, No. 36, September 2005.
    Ward, Ossian, London’s thriving contemporary art scene attracts local and international talent, Royal Academy Magazine, Spring 2005.
    A photo On now, on soon – Museum and gallery shows around the world, Flash Art, May-June 2005, p82-84.
    Critics’ Choice Art, Time Out London, 8 – 15 June 2005, p56.
    Don’t Miss: Saskia Olde Wolbers: Trailer, TNT Midweek Magazine, 18 May 2005, p27.
    Five Best Exhibitions, The Independent, 6 June 2005.
    News, Flash Art, May 2005, p83.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers – Critics Choice Time Out, London June 8-15 2005, p56.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers – Placebo, drawnbyreality.info, 2005, http://www.drawnbyreality.info/saskia.html.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers – Five Best Exhibitions, The Independent, 6 June.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers – London, The Guardian Guide, 14-20 May 2005, p37.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers – new this week, The Times (The Knowledge), 14-20 May, p33.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers: Trailer, Metro Life, 13-19 May, p31.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers: Trailer, southlondongallery.org, 18 May 2005, http://www.southlondongallery.org/docs/exh/exhibition.jsp?id=114.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers: Trailer, The Art Newspaper, May, p6.
    The Plain of Heaven, Creative Time, 2005, p48-50.
    What’s On: United Kingdom, The Art Newspaper, May 2005, p6.
    Unlocked Nº 2 – Rabo Art Collection, 2005, p98–99.
    Harpers & Queen, January 2005, p48.

  • 2004

    Alberge, Dalya, Car crash coma film wins ICA art prize, The Times, 28 April 2004.
    Austin, Suzy, Coma film lands £24,000 art prize, Metro London, 28 April 2004.
    Badrutt Schoch, Ursula, Grenzerfahrungen im Korridor, St. Galler Tagblatt, 12 May 2004.
    Bennett, Oliver, Is it really art? Yes, Actually, The Observer Review, 28 March 2004.
    Bennett, Oliver, Mixed messages, Design Week, 25 March 2004, p16-19.
    Black, Catriona, Beck’s Appeal, Scottish Sunday Herald, 6 June 2004, p9.
    Coomer, Martin, Larger tops – Martin Coomer takes in this year’s Beck’s Futures’ nominees, Time Out London, 7 April 2004.
    Cooper, Emmanuel, Blend it like Becks, Tribune, 14 May 2004, p23.
    Cork, Richard, New Statesman, 12 April 2004.
    Croft, Stuart, Inverted Dream Syndrome, Tank, Volume 3, Issue 10, 2004.
    Cornwell, Tim, Artistic Bunch in need of Becks appeal, The Scotsman, 24 March 2004.
    Darwent, Charles, Bananas and Fluff: it’s the (Beck’s) future, The Independent on Sunday, 28 March 2004, p20.
    Dowling, Tim, Art Show that’s far from uniform, The Guardian, 24 March 2004.
    Glueck, Grace, A Softer Generation of British Sculptors With Less Zip, The New York Times, 27 August 2004.
    GM, Saskia Olde Wolbers- Now that Part of Me Has Become Fiction, Neue Zürcher Zeitung am Sonntag, 13 June 2004.
    Herbert, Martin. Saskia Olde-Wolbers, Time Out, 22-29 September 2004.
    Higgins, Charlotte, Ensnared Prize for video artist, The Guardian, 28 April 2004, p6.
    Hubbard, Sue, The Independent, 29 March 2004.
    Jeffrey, Moira, Space is the artistic frontier, The Glasgow Herald, 26 March 2004.
    Jury, Louise, ‘Delusional’ video filmed in a paddling pool wins Beck’s prize, The Independent, 28 April 2004.
    Jury, Louise, The face of modern art (drawn on a banana), The Independent, 24 March 2004, p13.
    Freedman, Cheryl, Beck’s Futures 2004 – ICA, What’s On in London, 14 April 2004.
    Glueck, Grace, A Softer Generation of British Sculptors With Less Zip, New York Times, 27 August 2004.
    Leitch, Luke, Becks prize winner hard to fathom, Evening Standard, 28 April 2004.
    Lewis-Jones, Huw, Beck’s Futures – A new crop of talent at the ICA, Varsity, 30 April 2005.
    Miller, Phil, Video journey takes top art prize, The Glasgow Herald, 28 April 2004.
    Mottram, Jack, Beck’s Futures, The List Glasgow, 10 June 2004.
    Raphael, Amy, Give me Beck’s, not Becks, The Observer Review, 2 May 2004.
    Ribas, João, Great Exptectations, Art Review, June 2004, p25.
    Schoch, Ursula Badrutt, Grenzerfahrungen im Korridor, St.Galler Tagblatt, 12 May 2004.
    Searle, Adrian, Full steam ahead, The Guardian, 30 March 2004.
    Sheffield, Emily, Moving Images, Vogue, September 2004.
    Spinelli, Claudia, In der Hoffnung liegt das Off, Weltwoche, May 2004.
    Verhagen, Marcus, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Frieze, Nº 87, November -December 2004, p100.
    Williams, Eliza, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Art Monthly, October 2004.
    Art prize winner collects £24K, Plymouth Evening Herald, 28 April 2004.
    Beck’s Futures 2004, In London, May 2004.
    CG, Vogue Nippon, November 2004.
    Critics’ Choice, Time Out London, 5 May 2005.
    Critics’ Choice, Time Out London, 12 May 2004.
    Eyes on the Prize, Attitude, March 2004.
    Future with Becks – Becks Futures ICA London, Time Out Istanbul, March 2004.
    Good Migrations, Art Review, February – March 2004, p16.
    Kultur, Videokunst, Tödlicher Liebhaber, annabelle, April 2004, p48.
    Odelay! It’s time for Beck’s Futures, Sleaze, April 2004.
    Olde Wolbers wins Beck’s Futures, Design Week, 6 May 2004.
    Ono and Geldof to Present Art Prizes, Press Association, 27 April 2004.
    Saskia Olde Wolbers in der Kunsthalle St. Gallen, kunstmarkt.com, May 2004.
    Sakia wins richest art prize, Arts Industry, 7 May 2004.
    Schweben im Zwischenbereich, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 19 June 2004.
    The Futures of Art, Blueprint, June 2004.
    The Glittering Prizes, The Art Newspaper, January 2004.
    The glittering prizes, The Art Newspaper, April 2004.
    The glittering prizes, The Art Newspaper, June 2004.
    The taste test…Winners and losers, Metro, 10 June 2004, p23.
    Video artist wins Futures prize, news.bbc.co.uk, 27 April 2004, http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/arts/3663793.stm.
    Video art prize, 28 April 2005.
    Videos einer preisgekrönten Künstlerin, St. Galler Tagblatt, 7 May 2004.
    Videokunst: Tödliche Liebhaber, Annabelle, April 2004.
    Video star, The Daily Telegraph, 28 April 2004.
    Video wins UK’s richest art prize, Birmingham Post, 28 April 2004.
    Yoko and Bob go toe to toe, Daily Record, 28 April 2004.
    £24,000 prize for innovative video artwork, Eastern Daily Press, 28 April 2004.

  • 2003

    Fabienne, Stephan, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Anti pure Kunsthalle St Gallen, 2003, p67.
    Jury, Louise, Carpet Fluff and a uniform fetish – art prize shortlist outdoes Turner, The Independent, 16 December 2003.
    Kennedy, Maev, Schlock horror Radical art prize shortlists guardedly, The Guardian, 16 December 2003.
    Miller, Phil, Scottish success is maintained on the short list for major arts prize, The Glasgow Herald, 16 December 2003.
    Schwabsky, Barry, Reviews, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Tate Britain, Artforum, November 2003.
    Thompson, Susannah, David Musgrave / Saskia Olde Wolbers, The List, 2-16 January 2003.
    Carpet fluff sculptor with animal magic is shortlisted for art prize, Aberdeen Press & Journal, 16 December 2003.

  • 2002

    Ashton, Edwina, Liquid Light: Saskia Olde Wolbers, Make Magazine, 2002.
    Bush, Kate, Kate Bush On Saskia Olde Wolbers, Artforum, January 2002, p122.
    Cerizza, Luca, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Artforum, 2002.
    Mahoney, Elisabeth, Reality Check, The Guardian, 31 October 2002.
    Perra, Daniele, Saskia Olde Wolbers, Galleria Laura Pecci, temaceleste.com, September 2002.
    Schlaegel, Andreas, Saskia Olde Wolbers: Placebo, Contemporary, December 2002.
    ‘Placebo’ – Saskia Olde Wolbers, transmissiongallery.org, December 2002, http://www.transmissiongallery.org/wolbers/wolbers.html.

  • 2001

    Beech, Dave, Don’t be ashamed to cry: the narrative video of Saskia Olde Wolbers,
    Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam Website, December 2000 – January 2001
    Saskia Olde Wolbers, Casino Smak Catalogue.

Awards

Finalist, Celeste Prize, 2017
Breathing Space Award, 2016
RSA Goldsmiths University award, London 2016
Beck’s Futures, 2004
Baloise Prize, Art Basel, 2003
Charlotte Kohler Award, The Netherlands
Prix de Rome Film & video Basisprijs, The Netherlands
First Base Award, ACAVA, London

Selected Collections

Contemporary Art Society, London, UK
MONA Museum of Old and New Art, Tasmania, Australia
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C., USA
Goetz Collection, Munich, Germany
Saatchi, London, UK
Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Margulies Collection, Miami, USA
S.M.A.K. Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gent, Belgium