Image: Helen Kamperveen as James Baldwin
by Diana Blok
September 1st until October 6 2019
Opening and Amsterdam premiere September 1st 4 pm with opening speeches by Chris Keulemans and Embajada de Uruguay
Gender Monologues is an interactive media installation about our historical and cultural understanding of gender beyond stereotypes.
Alien Realism is an installation by Marc Oosting comprised of sculptures, paintings and lots of neon. Alien Realism derives its title from a project the artist started two years ago. For Alien Realism Marc Oosting commissioned a Korean artist to reproduce his own marker sketches in oil paint.
Opening: July 7 – 4-6 pm
Performances and live music i.c.w.
You can also draw a line together
Black hole or light point
Dates and times
5, 11,12 July 16:00
6, 7, 13,14 July 14:00 and 16:00
Start location: Nieuw Dakota, Ms.
RMA Artistic Research (University of Amsterdam)
Graduation Show and Research Presentations
June 21 (opening): 17:00 – 21:00
June 22 and 23 (public programme): 12:00 – 18:00
Participating students: Ester Eva Damen (filmmaker and visual artist), Jesse Brinkerhof (visual artist), Anouk Hoogendoorn (writer and visual artist), Sabrina Huth (dancer), Andrea Knezović (visual artist), António Mesquita Cartaxo (musical
Image: Marisca Voskamp van Noord, Today I’ll stay home (2019), film still
Artists: Aimée Zito Lema & Elisa van Joolen, Sarah van Lamsweerde & Esther Mugambi, Marisca Voskamp van Noord, Judith Westerveld and Marjet Zwaans
Curator: Mariana Lanari
Opening: Sunday April 7th, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Exhibition: April 7th – May 19th
24H North: April 13th 12 p.m.
Is it possible to plan human behavior and
movement in the urban environment? What do the objects that accompany us, our
gestures and our daily routes say about us? Paulien Oltheten asks these
questions in her exhibition La Défense,
The Venturing Gaze.
Participating artists: Eylem Aladogan, Maja Bajevic, Razan Hassan, Katerina Sidorova, Preta Wolzak
Nothing is more congenial, more seductive than textiles, especially in an epoch like ours, when technology plays a paramount role, and the senses seem to be in jeopardy. Textiles with their diversity of type and structure tell a tale. The project is curated by Catherine E.
Image: Daleen Bloemers, Untitled (2018), digital techniques, dimensions variable
Artists: Corine Aalvanger, Aubane Berthommé Marinez, Daleen Bloemers,
Daan Muller, Kim Nuijen, Eric Patel en Rik Schutte
Opening: January 27 – 16-18h
Exhibition: January 27 – February 24
Guy Debord’s The Society of the Spectacle was written more than 60 years
Opening: Sunday December 16th, 4 – 7 pm, with a speech by journalist and city councillor John Oomkes.
New Year’s event: Friday January 11th, 5 pm.
Depending on each other to embrace coincidence. Collaborating implies changing yourself and change is the force that drives art.