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Let us know on Facebook! An exhibition about the Netherlands as a transitory space: Transgression and thrill-seeking combined with the comfort of repetition and protocol, all with a Dutch flavor.
Performance Art and Land Art were influential in the Dutch art scene of the s. Several artists who were internationally important in these genres made their work in the Netherlands. Bas Jan Ader still speaks to the imagination of many contemporary artists, and not only because of his mysterious death.
Several works in the In Delta Flux exhibition echo the influence of the iconic Land Art and Performance Artists from the past but transpose their heritage to more contemporary times and settings. Other works in the exhibition portray the people and sub cultures of the Netherlands.
The Netherlands is known to many as being liberal and progressive when it comes to drugs, sexuality, gay rights and other issues concerning individual freedom.
But the Netherlands also has a history in which religion was very important and Christianity had a huge influence on Dutch society.
The influence of the Church on Dutch society has diminished by now, although one might wonder how much of it is still embedded, subliminally or not, in the attitudes and views of the average Dutch citizen. The Church as an institution has become marginalized, a sub-culture like any other, and new, more pagan religions have emerged.
Curated by Arjon Dunnewind, Impakt Festival, impakt. The rhythm of artists going onto the stage and off again takes place in automated surroundings. Bodies move around, seemingly propelled by the movement of the stage mechanics.
The Reformed Church that arose from this Reformation held tight to sober traditions, rituals and dogmas.
It developed into an institute that transformed beliefs into an organized religion and specified how Christianity should be experienced.
The photo shoots never are what he expects. The model and the photographer always have different expectations: Portrait photography is not just about the image but also the relationship between the photographer and the model. How far can a photographer go with his models? I feel this is often covered up in photography, while I would like to show it.
With surgical precision, Tim Leyendekker dissects a social environment held together by illusions in a deconstructive reconstruction of a memory set in the nightlife of Rotterdam in the 90s.
Layers that are normally merged together to form a cinematographic entity are stripped bare and presented separately in order to provoke the boundaries of the constructed narrative.
In Nummer vier, Guido van der Werve presents a contemporary form of spleen: Over and over again, we see an unlikely scene unfolding against a picturesque and serene background: Nothing world-shattering, but these are the ingredients with which Nummer vier introduces important issues: Subjects that no one can avoid, neither as a human being nor as an artist, but that can be defied — just like gravity.
The work mimics the size and shape of an actual cathedral. In the second part of her film, Bonajo shows the indigenous people of the Netherlands gathering for a ceremony in the Green Cathedral. In Matrix Botanica, Melanie Bonajo argues that all people are indigenous to somewhere and, alongside all other life forms, belong to the earth.
In her view, our relation with nature is to recognize it not as a constellation of things but of creative, self-directed, originative others. There is a beauty in caring for things like trees, rivers, forests, grasses and mountains as friends.
Matrix Botanica tries to disband the model of human identity as being only minimally and accidentally connected to the earth. The license plate is the title of the film. The location is our hometown of Waspik, a small village in the South of the Netherlands. We drove around in this car for many years, and during our year of mutual unemployment we occasionally did this stunt to spice up our long days.
It was our own version of train surfing or Russian roulette. The car drove around in circles with no driver in it.Garage D. SMATI Turtle 1. System D. A small minority of the world’s population lives in a planned, well organized and regulated society – think of the Netherlands and other countries in Western Europe.
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