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The Poetic Condition opens on Dec 7th, 2016

10 Nov

Still from Bird of Prey by Sanne Maes

Still from “Bird of Prey” by Sanne Maes

“The Poetic Condition |
De Dichterlijke Aard” looks at today’s big questions as an aesthetic exercise. All works by the nine Dutch artists explore, respond or extend the theme of our human nature and the relevance of the aesthetic of poetic intervention to the self, socio-political or society. They use a wide range of media and approaches to ‘big questions’ (who are we, how do we live, how do we think about others or relate to the news), so that the exhibition as a whole is like an installation encompassing diversities of vision. Some artworks are poetic selections relating to contemporary news, such as Channa Boon’s video or Christian van Tol’s drawings. Others take images associated with ‘the other’ culture or people and relate them to the personal, such as Inge van Reisberman’s photo-triptych and Anne Wellmer’s videos. Martje Zandboer’s suspended miniatures, which contain family photographs from the Dutch East Indies, mix Dutch colonial history with the theme of the personal and intergenerational. Thom Vink’s works take a more material versus human spirit perspective, where architectural models and photographs create a composite humane aesthetic, while Sanne Maes’ self-portrait video/drawing connects the self with the natural world. Pietertje van Splunter’s videos are like a poetics on the mundane: housework.
Still from Cleaning the Air by Pietertje van Splunter

Still from “Cleaning the Air” by Pietertje van Splunter

Her brooms seem animated by an unearthly force and the constant stacking of the differing tribes of kitchen utensils suggests a game with secret rules. In using humour with the overkill her videos are reminders that the everyday domestic, is also a microcosm of the amusing, perhaps necessary banality of habit. Sonja van Kerkhoff’s photographic works pose questions focussed on an object–subject that is extended beyond the domestic, where an image of a baby is extended into the three dimensional incorporating philosophical slogans.
The five New Zealand artists, Lisa Clunie, Ellie Smith, Marg Morrow, Megan Dickinson and Elektra Bakhshov have been asked to respond to the theme, The Poetic Condition as well as to the various ways the Dutch works push the boundaries of the photographic medium.

The Poetic Condition | De dichterlijke Aard
The Shutter Room
7 Rust Avenue (opposite the public library entrance)
Whangarei

7 Dec – 14 January 2017
Wed-Fri: 12 noon – 4p.m., Sat: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

WaterWheel Last Chance

16 Mar

19-21 March 2016

Waitapu (sacred water) Wairere (flowing water) by Vallance Wrathall, New Zealand

Waitapu (sacred water) Wairere (flowing water) by Vallance Wrathall, New Zealand, for the first session for the 2016 Water Works online symposium curated by Ian Clothier which will air, New Zealand time, on March 19th at 4pm. Tune in here: water-wheel.net/taps-list

“The placement of this installation at Ngamotu beach, New Plymouth, was in relation to the historical significance this water source had with the people of this area, extending as far back as the 1600s through to today. Water has a story to tell, we as people need to take our time to listen.”
Vallance Wrathall, 2016.

Climate change, financial crises, war, and global environmental damage have all put pressures on water forcing it to ‘work’ as commodity, capital and resource. While the natural world ‘works’ in the maintenance and transformation of water, there are also the ‘works’ created by the passing actions of floods, tides and storms. How can art, science, design, and activism reinstate the social, cultural and environmental value of water? How can we give recognition to the indispensable and invaluable ways that water works?

This will be your last chance to tune into to watch the annual water themed presentations and performances using the Waterwheel interactive, collaborative platform from March 19 onwards http://water-wheel.net/taps-list (This link shows you the time and date in your local time for the 7 sessions spread over 34 hours. You only need to log in if you wish to comment.) Run marathon-style, each 2 hour session will be broadcast from a different part of the world.

Screen capture during ‘100 Names for Water’ talk by Ulay during the opening of the “Water Views: Caring and Daring - Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014.

Screen capture during ‘100 Names for Water’ talk by Ulay during the opening of the “Water Views: Caring and Daring – Waterwheel World Water Day Symposium 2014.” The images of Ulay (in Slovenia) and Suzon Fuks (in Brisbane) show the live video feed in a ‘stage’ panel where you can add up to 6 ‘video windows’ as well as text, slideshows or drawings. The live text chat is on the right. You can watch this talk here: water-wheel.net/media_items/view/4851

This annual online global event, run since 2012, is a showcase on water by artists, scientists, activists and academics from all walks of life.

Some of these presentations are later published, and in 2014 an e-book was published which you can view here >> blog.water-wheel.net/2015/02/e-book-water-views-3WDS14.html
Here 450 participants, from 34 countries across 5 continents, interacted with audiences in real time on the internet and in 18 physical venues or ‘nodes,’ using the Waterwheel online video and sound platform. The symposium, held 17-23 March 2014, also focussed on a youth & inter-generational dialogue “Voice of the Future” strand.

Waterwheel was co-founded in August 2011 by Brisbane-based artist, Suzon Fuks, the design studio Inkahoots, who developed this, and the arts organisation Igneous, which manages it. It has never had any paid staff and the resources for its development from Australian national and Queensland state government arts funding were for artists who did projects using the platform. So now after 5 years the 2016 annual water themed online conference will be the last.

So to wet your appetite for this year’s theme Water Works – where 22 curators from 19 countries will discuss selected entries and respond to an online audience in a streaming event on Waterwheel.

The programme overview is here: http://bit.ly/WATERworks-programme

Indian classical singer Mahesha Vinayakram will open and close “Water Works” with a performance.

The first two hour session (water-wheel.net/taps/view/854) will be presentations of videos selected by San Franscico-based artist and teacher, Michele Guieu (micheleguieu.com/wordpress) followed by a presentation of seven New Zealand artists, curated by Ian Clothier (ianclothier.com) who runs the biannual media art residency and symposium SCANZ(www.intercreate.org) in New Plymouth where he lives.

The next session (water-wheel.net/taps/view/855), starting 2 hours later, is curated by Katarina Djordjevic Urosevic ((artskylight.com), Serbia), Joanna Hoffmann (University of Arts, Studio for Transdisciplinary Projects and Research, Poznan, Poland) and artist Pascale Barret (pascalebarret.com), Belgium)

Water Works session #3 (water-wheel.net/taps/view/856) is curated by:
West D.L. Marrin, an applied scientist in biogeochemistry, pollutant dynamics, water resources, and aquatic ecology. His lectures focus on global water quality threats, hydromimicry practices, and the water-energy-food nexus. He is a former adjunct professor at San Diego State University, U.S.A.;
Claudia Jacques & Victoria Vesna (waterbodies.org). Claudia (claudiajacques.com), currently a PhD candidate at the Planetary Collegium, CAiiA Hub, University of Plymouth, UK., researches space-time aesthetics in the user-information-interface relationship through the lens of Cybersemiotics. Intersecting art, technology and science, she designs interactive hybrid art and information environments that aim to explore perceptions of space-time and the digital-physical in the pursuit of human consciousness. Victoria (victoriavesna.com) is an artist and Professor at the UCLA Department of Design | Media Arts and Director of the Art|Sci center at the School of the Arts and California Nanosystems Institute (CNSI))
and Lila Moore (mdx.academia.edu/LilaMoore), an artist film-maker, screen choreographer, networked performance practitioner, and theorist based in Israel. She is a post-doctoral researcher at The I-Node of the Planetary Collegium, Plymouth University, UK, and holds a doctorate from Middlesex University in Dance on Screen which explores choreography for the camera and screen-dance in the contexts of performative and hybrid art forms, with special reference to ritual and myth from a feminine/feminist perspective.

Water Works session #4 (water-wheel.net/taps/view/857) is on sound art works and is curated by Leah Barclay, Eric Leonardson and Ricardo Dal Farra.
Leah Barclay (leahbarclay.com) is an Australian interdisciplinary artist, composer and researcher who specialises in electroacoustic music, sound art and acoustic ecology. Leah has received critical acclaim for her immersive performances, installations and large-scale community projects that explore volatile environments ranging from the central Amazon Rainforest to the floor of the Australian ocean. Her work is multi-platform in nature and often involves long-term community engagement accompanied by the development of virtual platforms to explore the value of digital technology in environmental crisis. Her diverse creative practice has resulted in a dynamic freelance career where she works as an artist, consultant, educator and researcher with various organisations and institutions. These include designing immersive education programs for UNESCO, directing large-scale interdisciplinary research projects for major universities across Australia and the USA and facilitating partnerships between communities, NGOs and government to explore creative approaches to climate action.
Eric Leonardson (ericleonardson.org) is a Chicago-based composer, radio artist, sound designer, instrument inventor, improviser, visual artist, and teacher. He has devoted a majority of his professional career to unorthodox approaches to sound and its instrumentation with a broad understanding of texture, atmosphere and micro-tones.
And Ricardo Dal Farra (linkedin.com/in/ricardodalfarra) is an Argentine composer and multimedia artist, researcher, educator, performer and curator focusing mainly on new media arts and electroacoustic music for more than 25 years. Dal Farra holds a PhD in Etude et pratiques des arts from Université du Québec à Montréal and is Founding Director of Centro de Experimentación e Investigación en Artes Electrónicas – CEIArtE (Electronic Arts Experimenting and Research Centre) at National University of Tres de Febrero, Argentina; Associated Researcher at the Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre, De Montfort Univerisity, United Kingdom; and Senior Consultant for the Amauta – Andean Media Arts Centre in Cusco, Peru.

Water Works session #5 (water-wheel.net/taps/view/858) is curated by:
Eklavya Prasad (linkedin.com) a social development professional who has led a grassroots campaign in rural north Bihar, New Dehli, India, since 2005 on decentralized and alternative drinking water solutions;
Atefeh Khas (atefehkhas.com) an Iranian artist who specializes in environmental installations, and is a member of the environmental artists group “Open Five” since 2005,
and Catherine Lee + Margaret Shiu, directors of the Bamboo Curtain artist residency studio (bambooculture.com), in Taipei, Taiwan.

Water Works session #6 (water-wheel.net/taps/view/859) is curated by:
Tracey Benson (canberra.academia.edu/TraceyBenson) a media artist and academic based in Canberra, Australia;
Amin Hammami (linkedin.com) previously a lecturer in Cinema, Audiovisual and Sound Art at the Higher Institute of Multimedia Arts of Manouba in Tunisia and now at the University of Dammam in Saudi Arabia. He has been involved with Waterwheel since 2011.
Tracey Benson (canberra.academia.edu/TraceyBenson), and
Amin Hammami (linkedin.com) previously a lecturer in Cinema, Audiovisual and Sound Art at the Higher Institute of Multimedia Arts of Manouba in Tunisia and now at the University of Dammam in Saudi Arabia. He has been involved with Waterwheel since 2011, and
Camilla Boemio (camillaboemio.com), an Italian curator focussing on socio-political developments within contemporary society. She was Deputy Curator of the Maldives Pavilion at the 55th Venice Biennale and was consultant for the art-science section at ISWA European project (Immersion in the Science Worlds through Arts).

A workshop on audio recording and streaming
(water-wheel.net/taps/view/860) by the London arts collective, Soundcamp (soundtent.org). Technologies for setting up a temporary or long-term live audio stream using a mobile phone or a laptop as well as a dedicated streambox out of low cost components, using the Raspberry Pi micro processor and Primo microphone capsules to make up cheap, high quality stereo microphones, will be demonstrated.
Real time audio has the potential to create a compelling connection to a site, which can directly convey much of the feel and uniqueness of a location. A small but significant group of projects is establishing a network of streams from diverse soundscapes around the world. Some of these events are SoundCamp 2016, (30 April – 1 May 2016), a 24 hour live stream of audio radio around the globe for International Dawn chorus Day (idcd.info) on May 1st, the Locus Sonus open microphone network (locusonus.org), the Balance Unbalance conference on acoustics and ecology in Colombia (9-11 May 2016), and World Listening Day 2016 (18 July 2016).

Water Works session #7 (water-wheel.net/taps/view/861) is curated by:
Annie Abrahams (bram.org) based in France, she is an pioneer of networked performance art.
Russell Milledge (researchgate.net) a co-founder of the interdisciplinary artists’ collective Bonemap (bonemap.com) which is concerned with the ecological edges of civilisation while creating immersive art and performance based in far northern Australia. Projects often engage Cape York, Torres Strait Islander and international contemporary artists.
Jason Grant (Australia)

And the waterwheel blog is an archive of water related events: http://blog.water-wheel.net

Last week of “Film + Art” Leiden theatre + music in Galerie de pieter

29 Jun
Erik Olijerhoek reads post in POST theatre, all about the postmodern, with Gideon Roggeveen on the backstage at Galerie de Pieter, Leiden

Erik Olijerhoek reads post in POST theatre, all about the postmodern, with Gideon Roggeveen on the backstage at Galerie de Pieter, Leiden

openingstijden t/m 7 juli + supposten >>

Programma
Gratis entree en als je het goed vindt gooi wat in de pet daarna voor de makers

za. 29 juni, 13.00 galerie is open met de expositie film + kunst met elf site-specifieke ruimtes en meer door 25 kunstenaars.
19.00 Vroege muziek en hedendaagse versies van Feyen en Vermasse.
20.00: Post
voorstelling van Leids theatermakers Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl).
20.45: Dempsey speelt Dempsey
Leids band met eigen liedjes. www.dempsey.nl

zo. 30 juni, 13.00 galerie is open met de expositie film + kunst.
17.00-19.30 Galerie is GESLOTEN
19.30: “Destination inconnu – Een postmodern reisverslag”
Jos van Broek verteld met dias
20.00: Post
voorstelling van Leids theatermakers Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl).
20.45: LUCHT van Levend Lijf, theater in beeld en beweging (www.levendlijf.nl).

dinsdag: 2 juli, 19.30 galerie is open met de expositie film + kunst met elf site-specieke ruimtes en meer door 25 kunstenaars.
20.00: Post tv uitzending met vraag en antwoord over het postmodernisme van Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl).

za. 6 juli, 13.00 galerie is open met de expositie film + kunst.
20.00: Fields of Wonder voorstelling (www.fieldsofwonder.nl) + Bed Peace 2013 van Carmen McGlinn + Sonja van Kerkhoff.

zo. 7 juli
13.00 – 16.00: KETEL HAEZER met fragmenten IlIASZ
Geluidstheater live ‘chloor voor de oren’
van Klaas Bolhuis
20.00: Afsluiting POST
voorstelling van Leids theatermakers Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl) Beperkt ruimte. Een boeking is nodig voor 7 juli.

de hele avond programma voor “film + kunst” >>

“Film + Art” theater en muziek avonden in galerie de pieter

17 Jun

openingstijden t/m 7 juli + supposten >>

Programma
Gratis entree en als je het goed vindt gooi wat in de pet daarna voor de makers

Bed Peace 2013 by Carmen McGlinn + Sonja van Kerkhoff. Performers: Carmen McGlinn + Toroa McGlinn, 31 May.

Bed Peace 2013 by Carmen McGlinn + Sonja van Kerkhoff. Performers: Carmen McGlinn + Toroa McGlinn, met videos van Theolijke Smit, Coen van der Geest + de Leiden International Short Film Experience.

dinsdag: 25 juni, 19.30 galerie is open met een interactieve projectie in de foyer, en de expositie film + kunst met elf site-specifieke ruimtes en meer door 25 kunstenaars.
20.00: The Happy Acorns spelen alternatieve bluegrass, americana en alt country.
(facebook.com)
21.00: Post tv uitzending met vraag en antwoord over het postmodernisme van Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl).

vr. 28 juni, 19.30 galerie is open met een interactieve projectie in de foyer, en de expositie film + kunst met elf site-specifieke ruimtes en meer door 25 kunstenaars.
buiten het galerie in Leiden: De Lakenfeesten (lakenfeesten.nl).
21.00: De Recycling Act
voorstelling van Leids theatermakers Kuiper|Berbée met muziek van “Vetschiller” (Vetschiller met Kuiper en Berbée op het Magneetfestival Amsterdam + Vetschiller’s YouTube-kanaal)
22.00: Post voorstelling van Leids theatermakers Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl).

za. 29 juni, 13.00 galerie is open met de expositie film + kunst met elf site-specifieke ruimtes en meer door 25 kunstenaars.
19.00 Vroege muziek en hedendaagse versies van Feyen en Vermasse.
20.00: Post
voorstelling van Leids theatermakers Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl).
20.45: Dempsey speelt Dempsey
Leids band met eigen liedjes. www.dempsey.nl

zo. 30 juni, 13.00 galerie is open met de expositie film + kunst.
17.00-19.30 Galerie is GESLOTEN
19.30: “Destination inconnu – Een postmodern reisverslag”
Jos van Broek verteld met dias
20.00: Post
voorstelling van Leids theatermakers Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl).
20.45: LUCHT van Levend Lijf, theater in beeld en beweging (www.levendlijf.nl).

dinsdag: 2 juli, 19.30 galerie is open met de expositie film + kunst met elf site-specieke ruimtes en meer door 25 kunstenaars.
20.00: Post tv uitzending met vraag en antwoord over het postmodernisme van Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl).

za. 6 juli, 13.00 galerie is open met de expositie film + kunst.
20.00: Fields of Wonder voorstelling (www.fieldsofwonder.nl) + Bed Peace 2013 van Carmen McGlinn + Sonja van Kerkhoff.

zo. 7 juli
13.00 – 16.00: KETEL HAEZER met fragmenten IlIASZ
Geluidstheater live ‘chloor voor de oren’
van Klaas Bolhuis
20.00: Afsluiting POST
voorstelling van Leids theatermakers Roggeveen|Olijerhoek (www.voornu.nl) Beperkt ruimte. Een boeking is nodig voor 7 juli.

Framing “Film + Kunst” in the old post office, Leiden

13 Jun

Site-specific installation by Robbert Pauwels.

Site-specific installation by Robbert Pauwels.

Detail in the "Film + Kunst" exhibition with work by Inge Reisberman, Adrian Faes, and Katharina Pohlmann.

Detail in the “Film + Kunst” exhibition with work by Inge Reisberman, Adrian Faes, and Katharina Pohlmann.

The exhibition “Film + Kunst” curated by Sonja van Kerkhoff plays with the idea of a frame or medium. It includes films made by artists, and art in response to a selection of films from the Leiden International Short Film Experience.

Eleven artists were invited to make site-specific installations in the old post office building. Catharina van Velden’s room of drawings, objects and video is a gesamtkunstwerk – you walk into the frame, while in the post office safe, Inge Reisbermann’s projection of a nocturnal cat patrolling its territory references the edges of the frame. In Astrid Moors’ room your touch on the interactive screen affects the framework around the protagonists inside the frame. And Klaas Bolhuis’ room changes the framework of the art gallery. His contribution is a functioning art library. You can rent the artworks he has on display, while Suzanne van Rossenberg’s series “A Room with a Lesbian view” is about the intangible. Her work is a conceptual process that unfolds along the walls.

POST theatre on May 31st by Erik Oijerhoek + Gideon Roggeveen in the garage area of the gallery.

POST theatre on May 31st by Erik Olijerhoek + Gideon Roggeveen in the garage area of the gallery.


Meanwhile in the back of the gallery, there is a constantly changing theatre and recording of the theatrical in the form of live takes, live interviews, video and installation by the duo, Roggeveen/Olijerhoek.

Bed Peace 2013 by Carmen McGlinn + Sonja van Kerkhoff. Performers: Carmen McGlinn + Toroa McGlinn, 31 May.

Bed Peace 2013 by Carmen McGlinn + Sonja van Kerkhoff. Performers: Carmen McGlinn + Toroa McGlinn, 31 May.

On entering the show you encounter an empty bed and a collection of televisions.
Some show videos, some show static, some might not be functioning, and words have been painted onto some of the screens. A notice informs you that the televisions are in a constant state of flux and on your next visit there will be differing films on show and other televisions at work. This work “Bed Peace 2013” by Carmen McGlinn sets the tone for an exhibition which is as much about what is outside of the frame as inside. The show which includes works by 25 artists also features live theatre and performances by Roggeveen/Olijerhoek , Fields of Wonder, and De Natte Wang/Kuiper en Berbee.

Artists:
Inge Reisberman, Fields of Wonder,Yoke Ferwerda, Daniëlle Celie, Barthel Brussee, Wendy van Baar, Robbert Pauwels, Christiaan van Tol, Katharina Pöhlmann, Suzanne van Rossenberg, Carmen McGlinn + Sonja van Kerkhoff, Erik Flikkensch​ild, Gideon, Roggeveen|Olijerhoek, Erik, Catharina van Velden, Coen van der Geest, De Natte Wang/Kuiper en Berbee, Iris Mechielsen, Christie Greeve, Loes van Dorp, Theolieke Smit, Emilie Gallier, Michel Siebes, Astrid Moors, Adrian Faes, Henk Hannemann. This page has links to their work >>

“Film + Kunst” @ Galerie de Pieter,
Breestraat 46 (Gallery website)
Open: Sundays + Saturdays (za + zo) 13 – 17.00, (vr) 21 June, 16-18.00
AND: from 7:30 p.m. till 10 p.m. with the following live events on:
25, 28, 29, 30 June, + 2, 6, 7 July.
Ook open op:
11, 25, 28, 29, 30 juni en 2, 6, 7 juli, 19:30-22.00

25 June: 19.30 Gallery is open.
20.00-20.30 concert: The Happy Acorns met acoustische meemrstemmige americana covers Concert by the Leiden acoustic folk music band, “The Happy Acorns”
21.00-22.00: meer: POST discussie, eten, workshoppen met Gideon, Erik + Sonja More “POST” discussion + workshop.

Kijk op de galerie rooster | The Gallery roster and opening times >>

Meer info over de volgende avonden in “Film+Kunst” komt binnenkort.
More details about the following evening events will be added soon.

28, 29, 30 June, 8 p.m.: Theatre by Gideon Roggeveen | Olijerhoek, Erik, De Natte Wang/Kuiper en Berbee and yet to be announced acts + interactive installaties by Sonja van Kerkhoff

Performance by Emilie Gallier at the opening.

Performance by Emilie Gallier at the opening.

2 July, 8-10 p.m.: Meer “POST” / More “POST” events.

6 July, 8 p.m.: Fields of Wonder

7 July, 8 p.m.: Theatre by Gideon Roggeveen | Olijerhoek, Erik, De Natte Wang/Kuiper en Berbee and yet to be announced performances + interactive installaties by Sonja van Kerkhoff

“Film + Kunst” EXTRA

9 Jun

“Film + Kunst” @ Galerie de Pieter, Breestraat 46 (Gallery website)
is also open from 7:30 p.m. till 10 p.m. with the following live events on:
11, 25, 28, 29, 30 June, + 2, 6, 7 July.
Ook open op:
11, 25, 28, 29, 30 juni en 2, 6, 7 juli, 19:30-22.00

Detail in the "Film + Kunst" exhibition with work by Inge Reisberman, Adrian Faes, and Katharina Pohlmann.

Detail in the “Film + Kunst” exhibition with work by Inge Reisberman,
Adrian Faes, and Katharina Pohlmann.

11 June: 19.30: Gallery opens
20-22.00 POSTmodern discussie, eten (met soep+brood en wat je meeneemt), workshoppen en meer. A "POSTmodern" evening of showings, discussion + activity. Bring food to share in a “POST” meal from 8 p.m. onwards. The gallery is open from 7.30-10 p.m. If needed there will be translation into English.

"POST" Theatre by  Roggeveen|Olijerhoek in the garage during the opening with just 40 of the 120 or more at the opening.

“POST” Theatre by Roggeveen|Olijerhoek in the garage during the opening with just 40 of the 120 or more at the opening.

25 June: 19.30 Gallery is open.
20.00-20.30 concert: The Happy Acorns met acoustische meemrstemmige americana covers Concert by the Leiden acoustic folk music band, “The Happy Acorns”
21.00-22.00: meer: POST discussie, eten, workshoppen met Gideon, Erik + Sonja More “POST” discussion + workshop.

Kijk op de galerie rooster | The Gallery roster and opening times >>
THE ARTISTS in the “de Pieter” exhibition >>

Meer info over de volgende avonden in “Film+Kunst” komt binnenkort.
More details about the following evening events will be added soon.

28, 29, 30 June, 8 p.m.: Theatre by Gideon Roggeveen | Olijerhoek, Erik, Levendlijf, De Natte Wang/Kuiper en Berbee and yet to be announced acts + interactive installaties by Sonja van Kerkhoff

30 June: 20.00 een “POST” performance van Roggeveen | Olijerhoek
20.30 “Everything is Breath,” locatie theater “Levendlijf

Beperkt publiek mogelijk, boek voor 30 juni (per facebook of beneden op dit blog) voor te zekerheid. Limited space, so book via Facebook or in the comments section of this blog before 30 June if you wish to attend.

Performance by Emilie Gallier at the opening.

Performance by Emilie Gallier at the opening.

2 July, 8-10 p.m.: Meer “POST” / More “POST” events.

6 July, 8 p.m.: Fields of Wonder

7 July, 8 p.m.: Theatre by Gideon Roggeveen | Olijerhoek, Erik, De Natte Wang/Kuiper en Berbee and yet to be announced performances + interactive installaties by Sonja van Kerkhoff

“Film + Art” opens May 31st

15 May

Nederlands >>Film + Kunst Flyer, designed by Sonja van Kerkhoff, May 2013
On May 31st, “Film en Kunst” opens in Galerie de Pieter with live performances, eleven site specific installations, sculpture, paintings and drawings in the gallery.

Programme for the opening
+/- 20:30: Bed Peace + Rear Window
performance + installation by Carmen McGlinn + Sonja van Kerkhoff
+/- 21:30: Post
theatre + installation by Roggeveen|Olijerhoek
+/- 22:30: The dorsal chance
performance+installation by French choreographer, Emilie Gallier

The concept behind the exhibition is not only to show art that engages with or is a critique of film as a medium, but the show also includes 42 films from the Leiden International Short Film Experience (LISFE), which runs from 1 to 8 June. Some of the paintings, drawings, sculpture, soundscapes and films by the 25 artists relate to the content in these films and so as visitor you might ask just what is the experience – an art exhibition or a film festival?

“Film + Kunst” Galerie de Pieter, Breestraat 46, Leiden,
open: Saturday/Sunday (za/zo): 13-17.00,
Thursday (do) 6 June + Friday (vr) 7 June: 17:30-19:30

See for the 1-8 June LIsFE events

More
THE ARTISTS in the “de Pieter” exhibition >>
About two “film+art” exhibitions in Leiden >>
Programma “film+kunst” EXTRA | Programme of events >>

Open: sat + sun (za + zo) June-7 July: 13-17.00, 6 + 7 June: 17.30-19.30
+ 11, 25, 28, 29, 30 June: 19.30-22.00
+ 21 June: 16-18.00, 30 June: 13.00-22.00
+ 2 July: 19:30-22.00, 6 July: 13.00-22.00

Roster for the artists in the gallery

1 June: 13-15.00 Robbert Pauwels + Sonja van Kerkhoff
1 June: 15-17.00 Wendy van Baar + Sonja van Kerkhoff
2 June: 13-15.00 Coen van der Geest + Sonja van Kerkhoff
2 June: 15-17.00 Coen van der Geest
6 June: 17.30-19:30 Klaas Bolhuis + Sonja van Kerkhoff
7 June: 17.30-19:30 Klaas Bolhuis + Gideon Roggeveen
8 June: 13-15.00 Suzanne van Rossenberg
8 June: 15-17.00 Suzanne van Rossenberg
9 June: 13-15.00 Daniëlle Celie + Karin
9 June: 15-17.00 Daniëlle Celie + Karin
11 June: 19.30-22.00 Gideon Roggeveen + Sonja van Kerkhoff
15 June: gallery opened/closed by: Gideon
15 June: 13-15.00 Gideon Roggeveen
15 June: 15-17.00 Robbert Pauwels
16 June: gallery opened/closed by: Barthel Brusse
16 June: 15-17.00 Katharina Pohlmann + Adrian Faes
21 June: gallery opened/closed by: Sonja
21 June: 16-18.00 Sonja van Kerkhoff + Henk Hannemann
22 June: gallery opened/closed by: Inge Reisberman
22 June: 13-15.00 Inge Reisberman
22 June: 15-17.00 Inge Reisberman
22 June: gallery opened/closed by: Henk Hennemann
23 June: 13-15.00 Wendy van Baar + Henk Hannemann
23 June: 15-17.00 Henk Hannemann
25 June: 19.30-22.00 Gideon Roggeveen + Sonja van Kerkhoff
28 June: 19.30-22.00 Inge Reisberman
29 June: gallery opened by: Charlotte Boschma
29 June: 13-15.00 Christie Greeve + Yoke Ferwerda
29 June: 15-17.00 Christie Greeve + Yoke Ferwerda
29 June: 17.00-18.30 Wendy van Baar
29 June: 18.30-19.30 Sonja van Kerkhoff
29 June: 19.30-22.00 Sonja, Gideon, Erik
29 June: gallery closed by: Sonja van Kerkhoff
30 June: gallery opened by: Sonja
30 June: 13-15.00 Theolieke Smit
30 June: 15-17.00 Wendy van Baar + Theolieke Smit
30 June: 17.00-19.30 GALLERY IS CLOSED
30 June: 19.30-22.00 Danny Molenaar + Sonja
2 July: 19.30-22.00 Gideon Roggeveen + Sonja van Kerkhoff
7 July: gallery opened by: Barthel Brusse
6 July: 13-15.00 Catharina van Velden + Iris Mechielsen
6 July: 15-17.00 Catharina van Velden + Iris Mechielsen
6 July: 17.00-19.30 Henk Hennmann
6 July: 19.30-22.00 Fields of Wonder, Daniëlle Celie + Karin
7 July: gallery opened by: Barthel Brusse
7 July: 13-15.00 Erik Flikkenschild + Astrid Moors
7 July: 15-17.00 Erik Flikkenschild + Astrid Moors
7 July: 17.00-19.30 Sonja van Kerkhoff
7 July: 19.30-22.00 Access is only via the side door in the alley: Gideon Roggeveen + Sonja van Kerkhoff