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Hardus Koekemoer obtained a National diploma in Lighting, Sound and d[0xC3A9]cor painting from the Technikon Pretoria in 1985. He also holds a B -Tech degree in lighting design, and is currently busy with his M -Tech degree on the subject of lighting design in an African context.
Since 1999, he was responsible for the various [0x1]Fire Dance[0x1] and [0x1]Fire Light[0x1] Performance Art productions that took place in Pretoria and at the Potchefstroom arts festivals.
[0x1] 1985 [0x1] 2008 Worked as a lighting technician and designer on various theatre and television productions.
Work as puppet, sets and props builder for little Marionette Company on various television productions and children programmes. He acts as co-coordinator and designer for corporate functions, and was responsible for the set-up and running of the [0x1]Fantasy of light[0x1] shows, Pretoria Fountains 1998, NASREC 1999, and the Wild lights at Johannesburg Zoo project 2000 / 2001, Fires wild lights magic, 2002.
Currently he lecture lighting in the Department of Entertainment Technology, at TUT, Pretoria.
As artist, he works with various mixed media, such as oils, encaustic wax, fire and smoke burns, and various enamel-based paints on canvas, metal, paper and wood.
Hardus is also producing sculptures, made of Cement and found materials. The use of cement and other non-traditional painting materials are also currently used on various paintings he made.
[0x1] 1988. First group exhibition. [0x1] Verwoerdburg art gallery.
[0x1] 1989 [0x1] 2008. Group and solo exhibitions mainly at Beuster-Orr art gallery, Centurion art gallery and State Theatre art gallery including various other galleries.
[0x1] 1994 [0x1] 2003. Series of group and solo exhibitions in Belgium.
[0x1] Currently involved with Bee Tree Gallery in Cullinan as artist consultant, and form part of the stable of artists represented by the gallery.
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