During the Tilburg Culture night (29-10-2016) presents SEA foundation next work of a promising local artists also art of Tilburg soil. The cinematic project Slow Movie, 2016 Tilburg artists Kim Pattiruhu and Betonmolen is a brand new compilation of the relationship between man and nature, between the industry and the countryside. The work is shown on a large screen in the exhibition Hester Tongerlo which the initial state of which it has developed exhibition "Copy Paste" shows on the night of cultural evening. Hester van Tongerlo born in 1991, studied at the Art Academy Maastricht, where she graduated in 2015. Hester van Tongerlo asks questions in her work, about how identity is created and how you determined this yourself as a human being. Through its experimental method and using himself as a test subject, she experiments with this subject.
BRING YOUR OWN BEAMER @ STEDELIJK
On Friday September 2, the Stedelijk Museum opens its doors for a one-off Bring Your Own Beamer (BYOB) exhibition.
For this event, many artists, designers and other creatives – and their beamers – were invited to project their work on the blank walls of the Teijin Auditorium. BYOB is an international concept initiated by internet artist Rafaël Rozendaal, which allows artists to fill a space with projections for one night. Everything is permitted, as long as it is projected: from video art, VJ sets and Kinect systems to slideshows and home videos. This 360⁰ exhibition will be on display from 8.15 pm. The evening will include a conversation in the Audi gallery with Rafaël Rozendaal.
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS Alina Ozerova | Anastasia Afonina | Anika Schwarzlose | Anouk Kruithof | Bomi Kim | Damon Zucconi | Ewoudt Boonstra| Re-Collective: Eline Kersten & Renan Schulze | Father FutureBack | Hester van Tongerlo | The Holls Collective | Hugo Rocci | Inge Meijer | Jan Robert Leegte | John Weilacher | Josje Hattink | Kamiel Rongen | Karim Adduchi | Kiki Nickel | Kistina Benjocki | Margaret Haines | Marie van Vollenhoven | Mylou Oord | Merel Theloesen | Nicole Martens | Omri Bigetz | Patricia Ribas | Peter Luining | Saskia Burggraaf | Shahib Sidow en Marie van Vollenhoven | The Rodina | Victorine van Alphen | Video Power | Wyne Veen
NEW WORK IN PROCES
Destination unknown is a non-profit organization that creates a platform for young artists. The locations we offer are of temporal vacancy; waiting to be reclaimed by new owners or waiting to be demolished. We create oppertunities to fill these vacancies with the creative site specific ideas and/or interventions of young artists reacting to the surrounding neighbourhood/environment that the location offers.
The opening of the first exhibition at 22 July 2016 of Destination Unknown in Tilburg! Come and see the result of roughly a month worth of work on site and experience how domestic spaces, now stripped of that title, can function as quite an interesting setting for young artist's work. As always: free entrance! Music's free too. Drinks will be available for a small fee.
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BRING YOUR OWN BEAMER @ JVE
On the night of 15th of April from 20:00 - 24:00 artists and designers are welcome to bring their own projector and show their work on the walls of the post academic institute Van Eyck during the first Maastricht edition of Bring Your Own Beamer.
The Van Eyck organizes this one-night-art event in collaboration with Video Power – the platform that fuels the creative production of moving images in the Euregion – presenting this worldwide phenomenon in the framework of the first Museum night held in the city of Maastricht.
My, Your, Personal, Private, Outer, Inner, Physical, Mental, Vistual Space. How do we, as human beings, live in today's world where space is both limited and limitless, abstract yet real? Does space exist or are we living in a No-Man's land? Are we living or just surviving? Five artists from different backgrounds and positions come together to investigate this most fundamental, yet at times overwhelming, aspect of our lives.
Anno Dijkstra | Amsterdam
Joshua Joyce | Dublin
Fiona | Limerick
Hester van Tongerlo | Maastricht
Marieke Verberne | Tilburg
When people were shorter and lived near the water
- Workshop of 3 days in Huisduinen/Den Helder, The Netherlands. Under the guidance of Paul Devens. The work I made is also shown at the Kunsthal45 in Den Helder (14-12-2014 till 15-03-2015).
Transporting material into my atelier
This is where we should start feeling at home
company of a variety of artists, both beginning and graduated, present the first edition of THIS IS WHERE WE SHOULD START FEELING AT HOME - MUSKETRUWE.
The exposition will be held in a couple of subordinated houses which are scheduled to be demolished soon. With this exposition we will assign the buildings for one last time to the purpose of making us feel at home in our own indiviual ways.
...This edition will hopefully be only the beginning of a returning event that will have it's aim on vacant buildings, deprived of their initial porposes, that will house the artists as they will move between these always changing locations and start feeling at home in every one of them.
This very edition will house the work of 15 different artists who have been working there since the end of february.
MYRTHE VAN HEZIK
STEF VAN DEN DUNGEN
HESTER VAN TONGERLO