Exposition until March 1.
Coming events: Brexit Farewell party January 31 7pm. Line up includes music by Paranoid state, DJ Vage Paul and Funky Shit, boxing match between Ursula von der Leyen and Boris Johnson, free heartwarming soup, Spoken word, and at 00.00 hour turning point countdown. For further details click here. Everybody welcome!
Brexit: Total chaos and panic. Everyone wonders in what direction the UK is going and what this will mean for all those innocent civilians. There's too much confusion, insecurity, fighting and uncertainty.
Buro Brexit intends to be part of the solution. Bureau Brexit will shed some light on these complicated matters and offers a helping hand to all those worried British and/or European citizens and will provide them with answers to all their burning questions about the future of the UK and Europe.
Buro Brexit is an initiative of a number of concerned artists, trying to provide the public with a conceptual experience to support them during this time of dreadful confusion. Allow the artists to take you with them in a continuously changing installation, mirroring all Brexit developments. Ask your questions, partake in discussions, stress, relax, have some peasoup, vent your frustrations and show your feelings; and don's forget to smile.
Bob Bakhuijsen,Rinzo,Rob van der Schoor,Rob Schrama,Martijn Troost,Joram Baruch,DJ Vage Paul,The Floorkillrz,Jabbedude,Fons van Tienen,Wim Komhoff,Femke Moedt,Henk Jans,Rachelle Meyer
Internet promotion by Joop Kiefte and Jasper Sevenhuijssen
Buro Brexit kicks off on January 10 at 7pm and continues till March 1. Free entrance
NDSM EXPO VII:
“How I learnt to stop being an artist and started to communicate”
On January 31 at 5pm you are welcome to attend the festive opening of NDSM Expo VII. With delicious free food made by Reha it'll be a feast for all the senses.
This exposition consists of works from resident NDSM artists Thierry van Raay
Ellen Klijzing, D.H. Mack , Rienke Enghardt, Nanny Kok , Hanneke de Munck, icw Shawky Ezzat, Allard Boterenbrood, Ester Eva Damen,
Marc Faass en is curated by Rombout Oomen. The exposition can be visited until May 10. Entrance is free.
Interactive sculpture by Daniella Rubinovitz
Art is often untouchable. But this is a piece you’re asked to move and make your own. Made of rotatable parts, participants can express their vision and share it with others on social media. They influence the meaning of this installation. By interacting they explore the physical and emotional aspect of PLAY.
“It’s about touching the art and having influence on the image. This uses your autonomy; you make the decision about what the image will say. You have permission to express what you see and make it real and then share it with others.”
AMSTERDAM- Daniella Rubinovitz, artist, created the interactive sculpture PLAY. The project consists of 5 figures that have moveable limbs and heads. The concept is that people can physically create new scenes and share them with others. This is done on their own and/or in collaboration with others.
The sculpture will be available for 2 months at NDSM Fuse Gallery. 13 February- 5 April. Festive opening is on 20 February.
Play is supported by the AFK (Amsterdam Fund for the Arts)
ONGOING EXHIBITS AND ACTIVITIES
Cadavre Exquis is an ongoing art project by Hopebox and can be joined and experienced on the Fuse floor by all our visitors!
Tekstschrijven voor kunstenaars
Je bent kunstenaar en wilt een tekst over je eigen werk schrijven? Je moet een aanvraag doen voor een subsidie maar krijgt het niet op papier?
In deze cursus wordt in een korte reeks lessen een handvat gegeven voor het schrijven van een goede tekst....
Iedere maandag om 19u vanaf 3 februari
Locatie: NDSM Fuse, Kunststad, NDSM plein, Amsterdam.
min 2 – max 10 deelnemers
E15,- per les ; NL94 INGB 0004846679 t.n.v. Stichting la Jetée
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