Fine Arts Work Center
Oct 1, 2021 ⟶ 1 May, 2022
Provincetown, MA, United States
Very excited to return to the Fine Arts Work Center as a second year fellow!
Re:Use Clinic #2 | Uncertain Archives ethical dilemmas
Apr 26, 2021
14:00 -16:00, via Zoom
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ARIAS and Open Archief collaboratively organise Re:Use Clinic #2 | Uncertain Archives ethical dilemmas, a public event for heritage professionals, artists, and other interested parties, in the creative reuse of heritage collections.
The central issue of this clinic revolves around the uncertainty of the stories that archives tell. By listening to the matters and ethical questions that navigate the practices of Simone Zeefuik, the writer, cultural programmer, and director of the course Blacker Blackness at Sandberg Instituut, and Pieter Paul Pothoven, the artist-archivist, this clinic contemplates with its participants the ethical concerns arising when cultural heritage material is (re)used. How can archival engagement offer different and critical perspectives on historical narratives, identity, and representation? And what role do artistic tools such as fiction and imagination play in this respect?
Archival theorist Michael Karabinos is hosting the event and will moderate conversations between the speakers and the audience after the presentations.
For ARIAS this collaboration with IISG, HNI and Beeld & Geluid for Open Archief builds further onto the earlier Artists & Archivist series and the current thematic line Estuaries: Ways of Knowing. The Open Archief Re:Use clinics are a series of public events for heritage professionals and interested parties in the creative reuse of heritage collections. The clinics address matters essential for reusing collections and for the process of makers.
Kunst is Lang
Oct 26, 2020
Het tempo van afwisselingen en opkomende kunstenaars is hoog, de zendtijd voor hedendaagse kunst is bescheiden. Daarom maakt mister Motley samen met presentator Luuk Heezen sinds november 2015 het radioprogramma Kunst is Lang: een gesprek waarin een hedendaagse kunstenaar drie kwartier de tijd krijgt om te praten over zijn of haar kunst, het kunstenaarschap, en het wereldbeeld dat daarachter zit. Maandag 26 oktober is Pieter Paul Pothoven te gast.
In the Presence of Absence
Sep 5, 2020 ⟶ 31 Jan, 2021
Spanning more than 14 rooms, the interdisciplinary exhibition In the Presence of Absence presents a selection of (counter) narratives that challenge fixed ideas about our society and question how history is written. When not addressed by organizations such as schools, libraries, archives, and museums, the absence of these stories forms knowledge gaps within the public debates that shape our collective consciousness and memory.
this edition of the Proposals for Municipal Art Acquisitions is curated by Britte Sloothaak and Fadwa Naamna and includes the work of Sadik Afraji, Leonardiansyah Allenda, Kristina Benjocki, Kasper Bosmans, Rowena Buur, Anna Dasović, Timo Demollin, Quinsy Gario in collaboration with Mina Ouaouirst, Inas Halabi, Remy Jungerman, Natasja Kensmil, Sarah van Lamsweerde in collaboration with Leroy de Böck and Alicia Hoost, DOMINIQUE (Dominique Latoel), Ahmet Öğüt, Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Our Polite Society, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Farida Sedoc, Ghita Skali, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Jennifer Tee, Gilleam Trapenberg and Werker Collective
Oct 9, 2020
Marijn Lems (theatercriticus) en Dionne Verwey (theatermaker en anchor van Radio Futura) gaan in gesprek met Khadija al Mourabit (filosoof en beleidsmedewerker van het Amsterdams fractiebureau van GroenLinks), politiek theatermaker Marjolijn van Heemstra en beeldend kunstenaar Pieter Paul Pothoven over polarisatie en de rol van kunst. Gemist? Luister hier het gesprek terug.
Art and Identities, Shifting Connotations
AkzoNobel Art Foundation
Sep 19, 2020
Essay written by Imara Limon for WE ARE THE COLLECTION!. This beautiful book is published on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the AkzoNobel Art Foundation. My series of photographs Laguard is featured alongside the works of Otobong Nkanga, Jennifer Tee and Zanele Muholi, amongst others.
Three Ecologies of Blue: In Search of Lapis Lazuli
Mar 26, 2020
Unfortunately this event is cancelled due to Covid-19.
Patricia Pisters and I will speak about Deep Blue Geomediations: Following Lapis Lazuli in Three Ecological Assemblages, an amazing essay she wrote for Substance (John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, US).
This conversation is part of Primary Colors, a program curated by Patricia Pisters, with Danielle Dean, Ngozi Onwurah, Rossella Biscotti, Lucile Hadzihalilovic, Pieter Paul Pothoven, and Richard Misek.
This is just one of many amazing events of this year's Studium Generale Relating [to] Color, an extensive transdisciplinary theory program organized by the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Check it out!
F for Fact
Barbara Visser set up F for Fact, a new temporary program (MFA) at The Sandberg Instituut. I am excited to be involved as guest tutor. Application is open!
A Balancing Act, Working with the Revolutionary Anti-Racist Action
Sep 1, 2019
artist talk with Uriel Orlow
for more information please check the facebook event page
No you won’t be naming no buildings after me
Jul 12, 2019 ⟶ 22 Sep, 2019
group exhibition curated by Vincent van Velsen with Kader Attia, Kristina Benjocki, Marcel van den Berg, Alexis Blake, Aslan Gaisumov, Quinsy Gario & Glenda Martinus, Yoeri Guépin, Gert Jan Kocken, Dana Lixenberg, Taus Makhacheva, Uriel Orlow, Lydia Ourahmane, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Bert Scholten and Aimée Zito Lema
reviewed (in Dutch) by De Witte Raaf
Verzameld werk: de rijke collectie van Friesland
Apr 20, 2019 ⟶ 15 Sep, 2019
This exhibition shows recent acquisitions and donations, with contemporary works by Katja Mater, Annaleen Louwes, Oscar Santillan, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Emo Verkerk and Astrid Nobel
On the occasion of this exhibition, De Internet Gids republished De Lepel a short story I wrote in 2014. You can read it here (Dutch only)
AkzoNobel Art Space
Apr 20, 2018 ⟶ 20 Apr, 2020
group exhibition with work by Isaac Julien, Charles Avery, Otobong Nkanga, Michael Wolf, Guido van der Werve, and Gijs Frieling amongst others
History is His Story
Feb 15, 2019 ⟶ 14 Apr, 2019
Den Haag, NL
group exhibition curated by Heske ten Cate with Dean Bowen, Crystal Z Campbell, Em’kal Eyongakpa, Charl Landvreugd, Arna Mačkić, Sulaïman Majali, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, Jaro Varga
exhibition design by Studio L A
reviewed by MisterMotley and MetropolisM (both in Dutch)
Who's afraid of the archive?
International Instititute of Social History
Oct 4, 2018
presentations and round table conversations organized by ARIAS & Humanities Cluster [HuC], KNAW
Deep Blue Geomediations: Following Lapis Lazuli in Three Ecological Assemblages
Very happy with this essay by Patricia Pisters in Rock Records, Substance volume 47 no. 2 (issue 146), 2018 (Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, US).
Aug 15, 2018 ⟶ 21 Sep, 2018
group exhibition with: Paul Barsch, Lysandre Begijn, Martin Belou, De Cleene De Cleene, Bram De Jonghe, Kasper De Vos, Kåre Frang, Olivier Goethals, Mathew Kneebone, Sophie Nys, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Stéphanie Saadé, Dries Segers, Santiago Taccetti and Chantal Van Rijt
Jun 18, 2018
work presentation with Sacatar fellows (Alexandra Pechman, Victoria-Idongesit Udondian, Erica Connerny, Paul Roth, Fábio Duarte and Carolyne Lee Wright)
Jun 11, 2018 ⟶ 6 Aug, 2018
Balancing, balancing, a conversation between Yvette Mutumba and Pieter Paul Pothoven
May 18, 2018
Balancing, balancing, covers (a few of many) topics discussed during an inspiring and afternoon long conversation I had with Yvette Mutumba, co-founder and editor in chief of C& magazine, and part of the curatorial team of the upcoming Berlin Biennial. Thank you Guus van Engelshoven (StudioGuste) and Imara Limon for editing!
Dürst Britt & Mayhew
May 5, 2018 ⟶ 23 Jun, 2018
The Hague, NL
facade suspended, my first solo exhibition at gallery Dürst Britt & Mayhew, sheds light on RARA, the Revolutionary Anti-Racist Action. During the 1980s and 1990s, this resistance collective fought against racism, oppression and exploitation, the ongoing legacy of Dutch imperialist history. The works on show are the first in a series in which I, in close consultation with RARA, both document and elaborate on this unprecedented case of post-war resistance. Point of departure for this exhibition is Overtoom 274, a house in Amsterdam that played a pivotal role in the exposure of RARA. facade suspended focuses on a police raid on the premises that took place in 1988, as well as on the facade, which is not only linked to RARA, but also has its own distinctive connection to the Dutch colonial past.
On the occasion of facade suspended, a text by historian and journalist Roeland Muskens (author of: On the right side, a biography of the Dutch anti-apartheidsmovement 1960-1990) with comments by RARA is published.
The Object as Intersection
Feb 8, 2018
interview by Sam Edens in Kunstlicht vol. 38, Mediated Imaginations: Technologies Touching upon Art (VU University, Amsterdam)
Launch at LIMA, Amsterdam, NL
Letter to "her"
Jan 18, 2018
publication in The Female Perspective
edited by Nina Folkersma in collaboration with Castrum Peregrini, with contributions by Lietje Bauwens, Mieke Bal, Michaël Defuster, Adeola Enigbokan, Nina Folkersma, Katerina Gregos, Lieneke Hulshof, Patricia Kaersenhout, Annet Mooij, Nat Muller, Josien Pieterse, Ronit Porat, Marjan Schwegman, Bianca Stigter, Renée Turner, Christel Vesters, David Whyte and Aimée Zito Lema.
book presentation at Framer Framed, Amsterdam, NL
What distinguishes the worst architect from best of bees?
Pratt Institute, New York, US
Oct 17, 2017
UNSEEN international photography fair
Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam, NL
Sep 22, 2017 ⟶ 24 Sep, 2017
group exhibition with Jacqueline de Jong and Sybren Renema
Jonge vertegenwoordigers van het oude volk
article by Alix de Massiac
MetropolisM no.3, 2017
stone light mirror
Mediamatic, Amsterdam, NL
Jun 15, 2017 ⟶ 16 Jun, 2017
lecture during the Geo Media Research Network, a symposium with public presentations organized by Patricia Pisters (Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis) and Adam Nocek (Laboratory for Critical Technics from Arizona State University), with amongst others: Jussi Parikka, Femke Herregraven, Lonnie van Brummelen and Jonathan Beller
Artists Weekend: Women and Resistance
Castrum Peregrini, Amsterdam, NL
May 5, 2017 ⟶ 7 Jan, 2018
series of screenings and presentations curated by Nina Folkersma with Lynn Herschman Leeson, Andrea Geyer, Bianca Stigter, Marjan Schwegman, Ronit Porat, Annet Mooij and Aya Johanna Danielle Dürst Britt
artist in residence
Castrum Peregrini, Amsterdam, NL
Mar 1, 2017 ⟶ 1 May, 2017
generously supported by the Mondriaan Fund
Museum Kranenburgh, Bergen, NL
Dec 11, 2016 ⟶ 19 Mar, 2017
group exhibition with amongst others: Awoiska van der Molen, Renie Spoelstra, Arjan van Helmond, Paul Beumer and Karin van Dam
You Talkin' to Me?
Barbara Seiler, Zürich, CH
Nov 25, 2016 ⟶ 14 Jan, 2017
group exhibition with Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Sophie Jung, Jan Kiefer, Bernhard Martin, Sara Masüger, Inga Meldere, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Claus Richter, Jaanus Samma, Francisco Sierra
Sunsets never looked as stunning as through the haze of factory sooth
Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, NL
Sep 10, 2016 ⟶ 14 Oct, 2016
group exhibition with Alexandra Navratil and Vincent Vulsma
Goethe Institute, Salvador, BR
Jun 9, 2016
with Kara Crombie, Caroline Rodrigues, Oksana Zabuzhko, Phillip Boehm, Ana Paula Hofling
Jun 1, 2016 ⟶ 31 Jul, 2016
Independent Art Fair
Vanderborght Building, Brussels, BE
Apr 20, 2016 ⟶ 23 Apr, 2016
with Dürst Britt & Mayhew
duo presentation with Raúl Ortega Ayala
Jan van Eyck Academie
Mar 10, 2016 ⟶ 12 Mar, 2016
Garage, Rotterdam, NL
Mar 4, 2016 ⟶ 1 May, 2016
group exhibition curated by Yasmijn Jarram with Adam Helms, Irene Kopelman, Otobong Nkanga, Ben Russel, Chaim van Luit
Dürst Britt & Mayhew, The Hague, NL
Apr 9, 2016 ⟶ 14 May, 2016
group exhibition with Alexandre Lavet, Raúl Ortega Ayala, Sybren Renema, Puck Verkade