People Powered Movement vs Shell 
About a century of decolonial contestation against Colonial Dutch Shell

Open from 30 oktober until the 6th of december

In the context of ongoing court cases brought against Shell in court in 2020 this exposition explores justice struggles that preceded courtrooms. People Powered Movements situated on frontlines and in the streets to redress harm by Shell. What makes People Powered Movements hangry for change? Which forces motivated people to act for justice? How do movements make their move?

Through snippets of erased, eroded or displaced histories the installation AS BELOW SO ABOVE explores earth as a crime scene. The WALL OF PPM piece maps the graph of Parts Per Million(PPM) of greenhouse gases since 1890 till now interjecting the rising curve with another PPM: that of People Powered Movements. There is also space to mourn and honor ancestor elders in the global south who struggled for justice. Featuring photography, posters and relics of actions. Finally visitors are invited with PRACTICE to contribute their message concerning enacting justice.

Chihiro Geuzebroek, Anna Bissila
Movement pieces: Fossil Free Culture, Code Rood, XR,Je Moeder

Milieudefensie, Aralez

Beweging tegen Shell
een eeuw aan dekoloniaal weerwoord


Opening on Sept 11 -Dec 6

Participating artists and organisations:
Esther Kin, Beta Architecten, Pascal Ontijd, Monique Jansen, Wilbert Verhaak, Sarah Payton, Kaori, Balthasar Prinsen, Marc Koolen, St. NDSM werf, Soci√ęteit Sexyland, Michiel Voet, Vereniging de Toekomst, Jeroen Bisscheroux, Robert Admiraal, Ellen Klijzing, Pieter Post, Rinzo.

The NDSM area is, and has been since the establishment of artists in the north of Amsterdam, strongly future-oriented. That is a healthy attitude as systems that focus on the past tend to get stuck in their own present

The future of the NDSM-Wharf has been rather uncertain in recent years. The art community has experienced quite a lot of not-so-positive encounters with the so-called Big Money companies. Though this certainly helped the community to grow and was in itself a sort of coming of age experience, it also caused permanent suspicion and distrust, which appears an ineradicable weed, towards just about everything that reeks of money and public development.
Ultimately the most important objective of the community was achieved: the acquisition of the warehouse, so that artists can also be assured of a good and affordable workplace now and in the future.
Incidentally, according to municipal insights, the artist community of the NDSM wharf itself has completely failed. But that aside

And now the area outside our reserve is catching up with time: high-rise buildings, mega-supermarkets, top-location. Top Prices, Top View, and probably Top Residents as well. Who will, no doubt, be greeted with Top Suspicion. 



Casuluz light installation by Tiago Sa da Costa 
More info on this project on http://www.tiagosadacosta.eu/casuluz-instalation


Cadavre Exquis is an ongoing art project by Hopebox and can be joined and experienced on the Fuse floor by all our visitors!   


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