21/11/09 - 10/04/10
In the work of Germaine Kruip, space is a playing field. In association with her exhibitions in Düsseldorf and Almere, here is a conversation about the theatre that is in all of us – and in nature.
Over the next two years, in the Netherlands, the Game Fund will have 2 million at its disposal. This demonstrates the growing importance of the game industry for contemporary society, as well as for the arts.
Luxury, Commodity or Social Capital
The Fraught Relation between Art and Fashion
01/10/09 Domeniek Ruyters
After having sought out frequent collaboration on projects and presentations during the 1990s, in the past few years art and fashion have been on edge as of old. Yet both disciplines have more in common that is sometimes thought, argues Domeniek Ruyters in this preview essay from the book And… And… And… by Alexander van Slobbe.
The Past is a Choice
Indonesian Art is Freer than Ever
01/10/09 Nuraini Juliastuti
In Indonesia, engaged art is more popular than ever. After a rapid succesion of movements over the past decades, nowadays the participation of the public is predominant in art, as was recently seen at the Jakarta Biennial. Nuraini Juliastuti places this development in critical perspective.
I did not have Relational Asthmatics with that Woman, althoug I did cough in her Lemongrass Soup
An Interview with Michael Portnoy
10/12/09 Maxine Kopsa
He dreams of an object becoming a force and has already coined a term for it: ‘objection’. The New York artist, choreographer and performer Michael Portnoy is obsessed with energy and movement and continually puts it into practice. For instance, with table-sized game boards that literally make the players dance to his tune.