Alumni Now is a series of interviews with Gerrit Rietveld Academie alumni. Looking back on their studies, they consider the unforeseen effects the Academie may have had on their life, their work, their values, and viewpoints, offering multifaceted prospects to new students or anyone interested in the potential reverberations of an art school such as the Gerrit Rietveld Academie.
With: Natasja Kensmil
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|With Kateryna Snizhko|
Unseen Amsterdam invited artist Kateryna Snizhko to relocate her studio to Westergas terrain for a month. As part of her artist residency, Snizhko opened up her space for visitors to experience and witness first-hand the process of what normally goes on behind closed doors.
Westergas Terrein, Amsterdam.
|Kissing Data Symphony|
|With alumnus Hermen Maat|
Lancel & Maat were selected candidates for the 2019 NFF Netherlands Film Festival, for their work Kissing Data Symphony.
Their work was on display at IMPAKT, centre for media culture, Utrecht.
|With alumni Elina Birkehag, Klara Graah, Rosita Kær and Asefeh Tayebani|
The ornamental can be the unpredictable details of work. Both those details which blur the borders where the utility of the made ends and its form or decoration begins, and also a way of embracing what might usually be dismissed as flaws, errors, or tryouts.
Laurel Project Space, Amsterdam
|With Miriam Glinka|
First solo exhibition at PS projectspace.
Opening: 6 OCT, 16.00 to 18.00
|Amsterdamprijs voor de Kunst|
|With Aukje Dekker, Arthur van Beek and Aboozar Amini|
The prize winners will be announced on 15 October.
More info about Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst (AFK)
|The INHABIT program fosters the exchange between artists and scientists and enables new and challenging perspectives towards the research at the institute. The new Artist-in-Residence program calls on artists interested in cooperating with scientists from the humanities and natural sciences who are active in aesthetics research.|
Residency in Frankfurt.
Deadline on 3 November.
|October 10 2019 - 13 2019|
|Last Bus Home|
|With Inge van Genuchten|
The artists, Lil Cahill, Jojo and Inge van Genuchten collaboratively explore the stationary condition of the surface and vibrations of existence. If one were to give up a fixed position and abandon oneself to the movement, the question arises if, and how we would develop new modes of existence; an ability to coexist.
In Lumen Studios, London
|With Jessie Hoefnagel|
Microgolf is an evening organised in the context of the GOLF-Festival.
From 20.00 to 22.30
|October 11 2019 - 13 2019|
|With Kim Wawer|
‘Boterhammen Chow’ is the title of a film made by the children of BSO de Monopole in Tilburg. This film depicts a news broadcast of the last existing sandwich on earth. An amazing artwork, to which artists, Eva Schalkwijk, Kim Wawer, Iriée Zamblé en Gijsje Heemskerk decided to respond to.
Tuinstraat 87 in Amsterdam.
|Tiffany & Co. Concept Store|
|With Céline Manz|
Tiffany & Co. and Outset have been partnering for three years on the Studiomakers Prize, which provides a year of rent-free studio space to seven graduates from London's best art schools.
Tiffany & Co. Concept Store, London
|'I See You in Everything'|
|With Inez van Lamsweerde|
First solo exhibition of Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, better known by their collaborative name Inez & Vinoodh.
The Ravestijn Gallery, Amsterdam
|Fun fair flirt, the donkey and other matters|
|With Erik Mattijsen|
Solo exhibition at Stedelijk Museum Schiedam.
|State of Mind|
|With Miriam Kruishoop|
An exhibition around ADE.
Go Gallery, Amsterdam
|With Duran Lantink|
Solo exhibition at Centraal Museum Utrecht.
|With Alumni Jelle van Houten, Maria Nolla Mateos, Qianfu Chenny Ye, Necim Abiadh, Stepan Lipatov, Yunting Zhang, Levi de Kleer, Aleksandra Kwiatkowska and Cleo Tsw|
The Gerrit Rietveld Academie presents SELECTED: a special exhibition and Afternoon Sessions in collaboration with Rietveld graduates of 2019 and Looiersgracht 60.
|The Skin is an Extension of the Brain|
|With Margherita Soldati|
This exhibition is a collection of tactile installations inside the Mediamatic building that alter standard architectural elements in order to stimulate the sense of touch and to reflect on the behaviour of the visitors within the space.
|PLAY STATION SLOTERDIJK|
|Through experimentation, speculation and imagination, the art project investigates Sloterdijk’s future as a new quarter of the city. |
|STEENBERGEN STIPENDIUM 2019|
|With Enrico Garzaro and Sophie Wurnig|
The works will be exhibited at the Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam, from 16 November 2019 to 9 February 2020.
Announcement of the winner on 15 January.
|International Photo Festival Leiden|
|The 5th edition of the International Photo Festival Leiden (IPFL) will take place from 9 - 17 May 2020. IPFL kindly invites you to submit your work.|
Send your submissions until 30 November 2019!