EXHIBITION 04.06 - 09.07.23
RUIGOORD VARIATIES VAN DER VEGT
Foto Tjeerd Fonk
For 22 years Hennie van der Vegt has been working on his series RUIGOORD VARIATIES in his studio at Ruigoord.
Life-size portraits of people who in one way or another play or played a role in the theatre that is Ruigoord.
In honour of ’50 years of Cultural Free Space’, Ruigoord's jubilee, Van der Vegt is showing no less than 72 works from this series at NDSM FUSE.
Opening 4 June 16:00 by Imke Ruigrok, curator Ruigoord
EXHIBITION 21.04 - 20.08.2023
NDSM XPO XIII TIJDGEEST EN SPOOKBEELDEN
© Wim Bakker/Allard Boterenbrood
The current era can definitely be called turbulent. What is not being questioned or reconsidered? Political and social developments force us to reconsider set ideas. We are confronted with our own actions and their consequences. Developments in technology, the flood of information and disinformation do not make the world any more manageable. Moreover, the rapid rise of AI is contributing to an increasingly complex reality. Art is a blueprint of a moment in time; a witness to what is or was important at that moment, perceived from a wider perspective.
In this exhibition, artists respond to the world we live in today. How is it reflected in their work? How do they define their place in it? The perspectives range from distinctly political to understatedly spiritual. Some question the relationship between man and technology or, on the contrary, man and nature; others look at the influence of urban environment and the reappraisal of the landscape. The duality of Christianity is juxtaposed against or opposed to the influence of algorithms. There is alienation and anxiety, despair and gloom and consequent escapism. And in the variety of work there is surprisingly something to smile about.
Curator Ellen Klijzing
Artists Lies Aris, Sietse H. Bakker, Wim Bakker, Hetty van Bommel, Allard Boterenbrood, Marcel Buster, Rika Maja Duevel, Catarina Garcia, Kris Gonzalez, Merel Hegenbart, Frank Hietbrink, Vladimir Hristov, Ossa Kierkegaard, Esther Kin,
Ellen Klijzing, Nanny Kok, Marc Koolen, Valerie van Leersum, Dora Lionstone, Helena Kaori Maeda, DH Mack, Femke Moedt,
Hanneke de Munck, Kjell van Norel, Maud Oonk, Sarah Payton, Benny van der Plank, Paul Rinzo, Eduardo Rojo, Jan Selen, Bart-Jan Steerenberg, Helga van Stralen, Martijn Troost, Matthias Vico Persson, Carlyn Westerink, Marius van Zandwijk
EXHIBITION 18.03 - 23.07.2023 WUNDERKAMMER
BEHIND MY EYES
© Lies Aris
In BEHIND MY EYES, a number of artists from NDSM show their work. They take you through worlds full of knowledge, intuition, imagination, empathy and skill. They show what the artist sees when he closes his eyes?
A look behind the creator's eyes.
Artists Amerens Hedwich, Inez Meer, Hanneke de Munck, Hélène Min, Ana Dias Cubas, Marjanne van Helvert, Tiago Sá da Costa, Helena Kaori Maeda, Frank Hietbrink, Lies Aris, Helga van Stralen, Ellen Klijzing.
EXPOSITIE 18.03 - 23.07.2023 WUNDERKAMMER
GETTING LOST THE ORCHID AND THE WASP
© Adriano La Licata
In GETTING LOST, 19 artists share part of their artistic process with text and images from their own inspiration. To step into their world of confusion while making their art, visitors can pick up a publication and a postcard from the container project space and get lost with the artists.
Artists Rodrigo N. Albornoz, Lola Bezemer, Ian Carr, Wineke Gartz, Giorgos Kontis, Adriano La Licata, Nanna Lahn,
Sandra Lane, Hemaseh Manawi Rad, James Mason, Hanna Monola, Suzanna van Oers, Pablo Ponce, Barbara Prada,
Barbara Rink, Stephanie Rizaj, Mari Stoel, Ellen Ogawa, Meret Zimmerman
THE ORCHID AND THE WASP is an artist initiative that wants to approach the presentation of art in a different way. Art is not only seen as a finished object, but the research of the artist is also involved. This will be highlighted during 'Getting Lost'.
GETTING LOST is inspired by the book A guide to get lost by Rebecca Solnit.
CADAVRE EXQUIS is a continuous artwork by Rienke Enghardt. CADAVRE EXQUIS is based on a children’s game that has been played all over the world for centuries. At the start of the last century the surrealists recognized the game as an expression of art and gave it its illustrious name. CADAVRE EXQUIS playful drawings that since developed give an impression of the zeitgeist of the turbulent years between the two world wars.
At NDSM FUSE is a permanent CADAVRE EXQUIS table with paper and pencils. The collected drawings, made by more than a thousand artists and visitors, displayed on the wall next to the table give an impression of today’s zeitgeist.
OPENING HOURS thu-sun 12:00 - 18:00
ADMISSION FREE OF CHARGE - PAY WHAT YOU WISH -
During the IJ-Hallen in the NDSM hangar (one weekend a month from October to March),
NDSM FUSE will only be accessible via the IJ-Hallen
Unfortunately NDSM FUSE is not wheelchair accessible, but soon that will change
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