The artists participating in this project have been asked to produce a work that will somehow define the central or peripheral qualities of the location, be it from geographical, political or social perspectives, and possibly come up with different interpretations and ideas for land use.
Solo exhibition at the artists run space Rundum as part of the artist led Fotokuu Biennial of contemporary art and visual culture. The film installation In Our Hands is based on research into hand gestures that were developed to influence, heal, predict – or ward off – the future. The final choreography includes a range of gestures from diverse sources – from spiritual to political to military – that have become removed from their original context. 22 October: Talk 18:00 / Opening 19:30
Group exhibition with: Amélie Bouvier, Benoit Felix, Filipe Felizardo, João Fonte Santa, Marjolijn Dijkman, Marcin Dudek, Mattia Denisse, Musa Paradisiaca – Eduardo Guerra & Miguel Ferrão, Roeland Tweelinckx.
Curated by: Eduardo Matos
The exhibition Cultivating Probability can been seen as a form of science – fiction. Cultivating Probability is based on research into the way how people, in different times and cultures, try to predict and influence decision making processes and the future paths of specific situations. The exhibition consists of a collection of diverse sculptural objects of which some are susceptible to change and movement, an animation film and an immersive accompanying sound piece spread throughout the exhibition space.
20 leading contemporary artists from all over the world have been invited by Museum De Lakenhal to share their vision on today’s globalized world. To do so, they will exhibit new or existing work that has been inspired by the extensive collections of Leiden’s many museums. With: Georges Adéagbo, Mark Dion, Marjolijn Dijkman, Romuald Hazoumè, Meshac Gaba, Simryn Gill, Mona Hatoum, Tsang Kin-Wah, Rivane Neuenschwander, Lucy Orta & Jorge Orta, Raqs Media Collective, Batoul S’Himi, Andrea Stultiens, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Tintin Wulia, Ghana Think Tank, Taryn Simon, Chen Zhen