Contemporary artists from all continents are invited to present existing or new works, in which they express a specific 'world image'. Amongst others: Georges Adéagbo, Mark Dion, Marjolijn Dijkman, Meshac Gaba, Simryn Gill, Mona Hatoum, Lucy Orta & Jorge Orta, Raqs Media Collective, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Tintin Wulia, Ghana Think Tank
Theatrum Orbis Terrarum is an ever-expanding collection of photographs, assembled since 2005, that observe how people organise their living environments across the world.
Art+Climate=Change 2015 is a festival of climate change related arts and ideas will include over 20 curated exhibitions at alongside a series of keynote lectures and public forums featuring local and international guests. These stimulating events will attract a broad audience and provide a clear space for the discussion of the challenges and opportunities, impacts and solutions, arising from climate change.
Uncertainty Scenarios is a new collective experimental research project of Enough Room for Space that will explore the ways people throughout history have tried to speculate, predict and anticipate the future and different attitudes that go along with this.
Initiated by: Marjolijn Dijkman and Amélie Bouvier
The Present is Now Appearing will be presented with works by Felix de Boeck, a Belgian modernist avant-garde artist. This exhibition is the first Cabinet where contemporary art works are installed in relation to specific works of the Boeck. During the exhibition the upcoming publication 'History Rising', published by Onomatopee, will be introduced alongside the other upcoming launches this year. History Rising is an engaging study of museum display, conceived and developed by Marjolijn Dijkman and curator Jes Fernie.
On the contemporary interpretation of present-day culture through representations of the landscape. The works presented make clear how we look at the landscape, how the definition of a landscape through technique and media is stretched and how we use the landscape as metaphor for current issues, be they social, political or aesthetic. Barbara Visser, Carlos Irijalba, Dan Walwin, David Claerbout, Marjolijn Dijkman, Pauline Bastard, Greta Alfaro, Juul Kraijer, Marnix Goossens, Anika Schwarzlose, amongst others.