Donderdag 17 december, 17.30 uur
Opening in Foam (3h), Amsterdam
Deze tentoonstelling toont werk van twee fotografen die hun visie geven op het (stedelijke) landschap. In de tentoonstelling tonen zij ons een subjectieve ervaringswereld die de werkelijkheid overtreft. Als het ware betoveren zij deze werkelijkheid en laten de rijkdom, maar ook de vervreemding zien.
Tijdens de opening zal de publicatie ‘Commonness’ van Dieuwertje Komen worden gepresenteerd. Deze publicatie wordt uitgegeven door Fw: en bevat een tekstessay van architect Martino Tattara.
Detroit © Elian Somers / Bordeaux 4, 2009 © Dieuwertje Komen
Continue reading ‘Concrete Dreams’ door Elian Somers en Dieuwertje Komen
Correctie op Jan Dibbets, correctie op het perspectief
Artist Talk by: ELIZABETH ROWE (UK)
Thursday October 8 at 19.30 (please join us for a bite and a drink starting from 19:00)
Rowe makes work from material she accumulates. Things that are given to her, objects she finds in the streets or buys from 2nd hand shops, newspapers, magazines and free advertising. Through a range of processes such as cutting up, reassembling or drawing over, she attempts to control the mass of stuff she gathers and to edit her self into the work.
Continue reading 08.10.2009 ‘If distance was an object between us’.
A video program curated by Nat Muller
With works by: Yane Calovski (MK), Marwa Arsanios (LB), Lasse Lau (DK/BE), Vahram Aghasyan (AM)
wo: 30.09.2009 at 20.00h
This program brings together a selection of work which questions what happens when fiction or memory become a necessity to articulate place and situate it. Whether the sense of a site has been forcefully snatched away by war, displacement or aggressive real estate development or whether the artificiality of a place locates it as devoid of history and begs for a chronology to be constructed. The videos, though very different in aesthetics and approach, all reflect in a poetical fashion on issues of ownership, narrative appropriation, and remembrance. For indeed, who owns the stories of these specific (sub)urban sites, their past and their future? And who is allowed to tell?
Continue reading 30.09.2009 Site Scripts: (Sub)Urban Memory and its Loss
Thursday September 17, 2009 at 20:00
In the context of the Talking About!-programme, Het Wilde Weten was asked to host Cameroon artists Goddy Leye (Artbakery) and Hervé Youmbi (Cercle Kapsiki) between September 14-17. During the first 3 days, the artists will visit 12 Rotterdam’ Artist Collectives, from the new and upcoming projectspaces, to the more established studiobuildings and residencies. Het Wilde Weten would like to introduce them to the different local cultural practises and organizational models of the contemporary artist collective, imbedded in a global context. Continue reading 17.09.2009 Talking About! – The Glocal Artist Collective
Next Saturday (13 June) The Skills will play at Nest, Den Haag. The
party starts around 20:00 hrs and so will we!
Continue reading The Skills
Saturday 30th of May, 1600h, opening at The Moth.
With work by Anno Dijkstra, a lecture by Marcel de Buck and music by Captain Spoon. Barbecue at 19:00. If you want to stay overnight you can take you’re tent to sleep in our garden or visit one of the many B&B in the village. The Moth is a new art initiative initiated by Gam Bodenhausen and Marcel de Buck.