In this exhibition the visitor travels to France with Jan Sluijters and to Spain with Leo Gestel, but also to Indonesia with Isaac Israels, to America with Adrian Lubbers and to the North Pole with Louis Apol. Scores of travel-fevered artists vie for attention, with attention to painting, travel sketches, sculptural work, but also photography, installation and video. With works of contemporary artists like: Joost Conijn, Jan Dibbets, Bertien van Manen, Rob Birza, Jennifer Tee and Roy Villevoye. Simultaneously, the Frans Hals Museum will show 17th century paintings that touch on the same subject.
Third Nature questions how we live dependent upon what lies in-between us: infrastructure is the given answer to the question of how worlds are constituted. The exhibition explores how it feels to function in a world governed by infrastructure, through forms of divination, imagination and speculation. Curated by Laura Herman. With: Nina Canell, Marjolijn Dijkman, Femke Herregraven, Basim Magdy, Suzanne Treister.
In benefit of a crowdfunding for Cinemaximiliaan, 21 contemporary artists, generously donated a work. Acquire an art work, support the cinema and contribute to warmer evenings in the asylum centres in Belgium. With works by: Mohammed Alani, Kasper Bosmans, Bridget Currie, Louay Dabous, Hans Demeulenaere, Marjolijn Dijkman, Haidar Jabbar, Anne-Marie Jacobs, Giorgios Kontis, Gwendolyn Lootens, Aukje Koks, Jasper Rigole, Ali Sabri, Fabrice Samyn, Sarah & Charles, Ayham Seif, Robin Vanbesien, Walt Van Beek, Emma van der Put, Philippe van Wolputte and Leon Vranken.
The second LUNÄ Talk in Drenthe this year takes place at ASTRON. On the table lies the question of how science, philosophy and religion relate to each other, focusing on topics such as ‘deep evolution’, the (re)writing of history and speculative future developments in astronomy, anthropology, philosophy and religion. Among the guests are Professor Michael Garrett, Professor Anthropology Peter Pels, visual artist Daniela de Paulis and philosopher of religion and theologian Taede A. Smedes and artist Marjolijn Dijkman.
With Marjolijn Dijkman, Laura Herman, Femke Herregraven, Brian Larkin, Basim Magdy, Nader Vossoughian, and Clare Lyster. Definition Series: Infrastructure, curated by Laura Herman, invites scholars, artists, and critics to discuss contemporary implications of this omnipresent term.