The Ultraperipheric
2016 - 2017: Residencies / Events / New commission, LAC / TAAK, NL

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.

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Third Nature: On Infrastructure, Alchemy and its Futures
8 - 29 May 2016: CCS Bard Hessel Museum, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY, USA

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.

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AFO 51, Academia Film Olomouc
19 - 24 April 2016: Filmfestival, Olomouc, CZ 


Exhibition part of AFO 51. AFO is currently one of the most important European festivals in the area of popular science film. It aims to present science as an attractive, dynamic and diverse sector through films charting natural, humanities and social science disciplines.

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Now and Next
30 January - 27 March 2016: Group exhibition, 38CC, Delft, NL

With: Marjolijn Dijkman, Sam Laughlin, Rick Smits and Henk Wildschut.
An exhibition on how our imagining of the future, with it's expectations and dreams, is influenced by the present. The artists part of this exhibition will present actual topics which have an impact our image of the future.

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In Our Hands
22 Oct. - 8 Nov. 2015: Solo exhibition, Rundum, Fotokuu Biennial 2015, Tallinn, EE

Solo exhibition at 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.

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