Ronald van der Meijs

Ronald van der Meijs (1966) lives and works in Amsterdam. He graduated cum laude at AKV|St.Joost Academy of Fine Arts and Design, Avans University of Applied Sciences, Breda, Netherlands. He received the Haarlem Vishal Art Price 2015, was nominated for the Prix Ars Electronica ’17 and shortlisted for the Witteveen & Bos Kunst en Techniek Price 2018.


He exhibits around the world such as Centraal Museum Utrecht, DordtYart in Dordrecht, Centro de Arte Complutense Madrid, Verbeke Foundation in Kemzeke, Triënnale New Media Art at National Art Museum Of China Beijing, Sculpture Space in Utica New York, File in Sao Paulo, Land Art Biennial Mongolia, Sculpture Space in Utica New York, Kapelica Gallery in Ljubljana, ERES Foundation in Munich and at the Sanaa Building Zollverein Essen University of Arts.


His work is also situated in public space as temporary and permanent installation art. He received art commissions of the Dutch Government including a major sculptural assignment for the new Head Quarters of Europol in The Hague, Netherlands. More recently he is also performing with inflatable cell structure installations by amplifying their sounds in order to create a new dialogue with the audience.


Ronald is mostly known for his grand installation art. On behalf of CHAOS however he made a selection of work with a slightly more domestic format!


Clouds of knotted sound, 95 x 102 x 35 cm, 2011
Exploring earthly sounds, 28 x 12 x 142 cm, 2016
Membrane 05, 40 x 60 x 35 cm, 2016
Murun Sun and Me, 2019
Old piano keys, 40 x 15 cm, 2018,
Nephentus 01 werk van staal, brons en aluminium
Nephentus 01 werk van staal, brons en aluminium
A sense of relief I
A sense of relief IV
Cones concept model afmeting (40x 30 x 10 cm)