recent and forthcoming:

TodaysArt, The Hague, 21 - 23 September 2018
TBA, Cultural Season Opening, Rotterdam, 7 - 23 September 2018
Extra Extra Magazine, Theater Rotterdam, 1 - 3 June 2018
Forum on European Culture, Amsterdam, 31 May - June 3 2018
AVL Mundo, Atelier van Lieshout, Rotterdam, residency 2018
Unfair, Westergasfabriek Amsterdam, 29 March - 02 April 2018
Christie's Fundraiser Auction, Arti et Amicitiae Amsterdam, 22 - 26 February 2018
ArtRotterdam, 8 t/m 11 February 2018
PROJECT TMT : public filming, Vondelbunker, Amsterdam, 24 January 2018
artist talk and tour, 32nd Biennale of Graphic Arts Ljubljana, 10 October 2017
Who's Eye, Spike Island Bristol, 19 July 2017
32nd Biennale of Graphic Arts Ljubljana, 16 June - 29 October 2017
ENTROPY, Dead Darlings #9, FOAM Amsterdam, 11 June 2017

Riley Harmon (b. 1987 US) is an artist based in The Netherlands.

info [at] rileyharmon [dot] com

selected images

3d laser scanned reconstruction of artist's destroyed backpack (2012), 2016 - 2017 ed. of 2
50 cm x 50 cm x 52 cm, cnc milled polyutherthane, polyester fiberglass, archival news plates, laser cut perspex

32nd International Biennale of Graphic Arts, archive MGLC; photo: Jaka Babnik
supported in-part by Mondriaan Fonds, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, MGLC Ljbuljana
International Centre of Graphic Arts collection

closing performance (with DNK Ensemble) for James Beckett's Palace Ruin, 2016

Compression Artifacts, 2015
hydraulically compressed film set, custom animation and projection
160cm x 160cm x 3cm
photo courtesy GJ van Rooij

performance structure (with Koen Nutters, Seamus Cater, Gerri Jager, Tim Breukers)
photo courtesy Mattie van der Worm, 2015

Collaborative performance with DNK Ensemble during Come Closer public program on Oude Kerk Rooftop, Amsterdam
installation 'The Garden Which is the Nearest to God' by Taturo Atzu, 2015
photo courtesy Roel Brekelmans

a Method for Blue Logic, 2014, 11' 2K DCP stereo looping film
Environment view, photo courtesy Roy Taylor, 2014
Review: Infinite Monkey Theorem – Metropolis M

A Method for Blue Logic enacts fantasies from Internet conspiracy forums, after the artist received emails claiming them to be an
actress hired by the government to help fake a tragedy. Using these conversations as an instruction guide for self-genesis, a parallel
universe is constructed. And as a personal response to a stranger, the film continually shifts between a strange loop of
cinematic fiction and absurdist para-documentary.

Ghost Flowers – Herrmann Germann, Zürich

photo courtesy Showroom MAMA, Lotte Stekelenburg, Rotterdam

Still Life Study, studio view, 2015

Performance for the launch of Warhol Museum's Figment, 2013

Passengers, 2010 — 2014
edition of 10, unique

Passengers is a series of video works in which the artist has edited himself into scenes from Hollywood films, each of which is set in a car interior. The substitution is seamless, largely thanks to his own performance and also the skilled technical execution. Both comic and sexually charged, the silence of the exchanges accentuates and heightens each facial expression and nuance, suggesting meaning and understanding between the characters.

Proxy, Or - Seventeen, London