Marthe Ramm Fortun, performance, 2019
The city is the setting in which our lives unfold. We meet each other and we avoid each other. We cast glances of desire, or look over our shoulders to make sure the situation is safe. Everyone has different expectations of the city.
Exhibition view, Risk Hazekamp (left), Jaanus Samma, Sweaters, 2012 (right), Photo Aad Hoogendoorn
Richard John Jones, An Excercise in Taste and Shame, detail, 2018, Photo Aad Hoogendoorn
Sille Storihle, The Stonewall Nation, 2014, Photo Aad Hoogendoorn
The urban space is not always what it seems and is often used differently from how it was envisaged on the drawing board. The built environment is fluid and flexible. It is up to the user to interweave a delicate network of places, streets, people and signs. The exhibition De stad, de stad (The city, the city) explored the experience of urban space.
Arthur Staal, archival images, ca 1936 - collection Het Nieuwe Instituut - Photo Aad Hoogendoorn
THE KOKRA FAMILY (line kramer & marjolijn kok), Gossip Free Zone , 2019
Rob de Vries & Arthur Bueno, Flikker, 2008, Photo Aad Hoogendoorn
Moyra Davey, Risk Hazekamp, Dorian Hiethaar, Richard John Jones, THE KOKRA FAMILY (line kramer en marjolijn kok), Marthe Ramm Fortun, Jaanus Samma, A. Staal, Sille Storihle, Natalia Sorzano, Arthur Bueno | Rob de Vries.
Garage Rotterdam, The Netherlands