PROGRAM

EXHIBITION    10.02 - 03.03.2024
WATER EN VUUR    AQUA ARDENS

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Filmstill Marie Hego: Anfitriões

Nature is way out of balance and we lose control over water and fire related processes. On this theme, 23 artists from Iran, Mongolia, Brazil, Sweden and The Netherlands respond with paintings, mixed media and video art with large projections, such as: Marie Hego (Anfitriões). 
Each artist has an individual approach. Erik Hobijn created a water fountain in which fireballs are dancing. Currently he is working on a project about the rising sea level .The balance in water is poetic in the films of Felicia Konrad, Johan Haugen and Rose Ansari, but destructive forces are expressed as well in the artworks. There is a requiem about a tsunami and Sonja Cabalt made a group of islands that are constantly in transformation.

Artists Rose Ansari, Anunaran J, Karin Balog, Gabi Brunhoso,Sonja Cabalt, Cecelia Chapman, Ben Dolphin, Nadia Gyr, Marie Hego, Erik Hobijn, Hanna Hrabarska, Isolde Kille, Felicia Konrad/Johan Haugen, Floor Meijers, Mouries Collective, Sander Newton, Madeline Olmer, Roberta Petzoldt, Saskia Pfaeltzer, Bernet Ragetli, Diogo Sanquetta , Studio Machii, Jacquie Maria Wessels, Zindzi Zwietering

Opening February 10 16:00-18:00

EXHIBITION    01.12.23 - 28.04.2024    WUNDERKAMMER
WEESKINDEREN UIT DE WERKPLAATS

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Photo Rucha Kulkarni

In WEESKINDEREN UIT DE WERKPLAATS (ORPHANS FROM THE STUDIO), several artists from NDSM present works that have received little or no attention until now. Each artist's studio contains artworks that have rarely or never been shown. There was no opportunity for them, or the maker considers them to have passed. These works stand gathering dust; they are orphaned creations. Precisely these works are often very special because they show the paths artists take to get where they are today.

Artists Guévørk Aivazian, Joris Berger, Allard Boterenbrood, Marcel Buster, Ester Eva Damen, Rienke Enghart, Frank Hietbrink, Ellen Klijzing, Nanny Kok, Rucha Kulkarni, Dora Lionstone, Helena Kaori Maeda, Benny van der Plank, Paul Rinzo,
Martijn Troost

EXHIBITION     01.09.2023 - 10.03.2024
NDSM XPO XIV     OP DE VLUCHT

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Photo Hélène Min

Migration is an age-old phenomenon that has shaped and transformed the world. People have always been fleeing, driven by all kinds of motives. Today, the media strongly influences our image of refugees and, often negatively. The story of people leaving loved ones behind and braving oceans in search of a better life is complex. People flee for war, discrimination or economic malaise and the effects of climate change.
However, fleeing also takes place on a smaller scale, for different reasons, within different cultures, and even within families. What do all these refugees share? What hopes, dreams and desires drive them? What should we do to better understand the refugee? How can we show empathy for their experiences, even if they fall outside our frame of reference?

In OP DE VLUCHT (ON THE RUN), artists engage viewers with the phenomenon of migration with work from various disciplines, from painting to interactive installation. For instance, the exhibition restricts visitors' freedom of movement and evokes the experience of what it feels like to be stopped by ordinances, rules and fences. An examination of one's own privilege as a step towards getting closer to the other.
OP DE VLUCHT is inevitably about ourselves. I and the other, I and the refugee. I, the refugee.

Curator Ellen Klijzing
Artists Sietse H. Bakker, Wim Bakker, Simone Boon, Allard Boterenbrood, Ester Eva Damen, Rika Maja Duevel, Jim Du Pan, Rienke Enghardt, Gertjan Evenhuis, Catarina Garcia, Ossa Kierkegaard, Esther Kin, Ellen Klijzing, Nanny Kok, Wim Komhoff, Kyra de Korte, Rucha Kulkarni, Neyde Lantyer, Valerie Van Leersum, DH Mack, Helena Kaori Maeda, Drager Meurtant,
Hélène Min, Esmee Mlihi, Hanneke de Munck, Collectief Onder de Brug, Marcela Perrusquía, Sarah Payton, Ana Pinho,
Benny van der Plank, Rinzo, Henk Schut, Jan Selen, Bart-Jan Steerenberg, Mieke de Waal

PERMANENT EXHIBITIONS

THE ONE MINUTES

THE ONE MINUTES is a global platform for one minute videos. Every two months, THE ONE MINUTES releases a new series of one-minute films exploring our current time in moving images.
For 2023 and 2024, THE ONE MINUTES will create a globally oriented program, focused on solidarity, collectivity and equal allocation, to make more voices heard.

For information about the latest series theoneminutes.org
Submit your videos and participate in the project theoneminutes.org/participate

CONTINUOUS VIDEO DISPLAY    01.01 - 28.02.2024
TEN BUFFALOS    THE ONE MINUTES     
CURATED BY NHÀ SÀN COLLECTIEVE

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Thập mục ngưu đồ, or ten pictures of buffalo herding, is a series of short poems and accompanying drawings used in the Zen tradition to describe the stages of a practitioner’s progress toward enlightenment, and their return to society to enact wisdom and compassion.
Nhà Sàn Collective, based in Hanoi (Vietnam), invited artists and filmmakers from around the world to submit one-minute films responding to one of the ten stages. The selection features ten One Minutes by artists from Belgium, Iceland, Laos, the Netherlands and Vietnam.
It is a collection of videos that deviate from the original formula, such as lectures or the teachings of self-enlightenment and Buddhism, evoking a sense of estrangement.

Artists Nguyen Hoang Anh, Lê Xuân Tiến, Kuskfursti, Raimon Sibilo, Bas Schevers, padaleci, Mai La, Hai Duy, Isabelle Pauwelyn, Lieven Nollet

CADAVRE EXQUIS

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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

NDSM FUSE WILL BE CLOSED FROM JANUARY 25 - 28
AND FROM MARCH 11 - APRIL 04 

ADDRESS

NDSM-plein 29
1033 WC Amsterdam

CONTACT

E info@ndsm-fuse.eu
T +31 (0)6 21 50 61 13

LINKS

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