UPCOMING


Exhibition Opening

2020.07.11, 16:00-18:00, at ruimteCAESUUR in Middelburg (NL)

[蒸汽船] Steamboat

an ongoing collaborative research by three artists: Nele Brökelmann, Katarina Petrović and June Yu

organised in collaboration with Witte Rook

Matters of Being

is a screening series at iii curated by Nele Brökelmann and presenting documentary films about artists, thinkers, scientists, as well as experimental films by artists and independent filmmakers. Matters of Being wants to allow our minds to wander and stumble upon new associations in the illuminating darkness of the cinema setting.

postponed (date tba) | Matters of Being #2 – Concepts of Belonging (Toshie Takeuchi, Jasper Kuipers, Matteo Marangoni)


CURRENTLY


2020.06

07 | Matters of Being #1 – Ordinary Sounds (Alvin Lucier, William Carlos Williams)

2020.05

My article Hallways: Imaginary passages got published as part of a special issue on Brutal International Law in the journal New Perspectives

2020.02

reading Bruno Latour's An Inquiry into Modes of Existence: An Anthropology of the Moderns

2020.01

writing about hallways as imaginary passages and thinking about structures of support

2019.12

01 | participated in The Other Book Fair with Trixie at The Grey Space in the Middle in the Hague (NL)

reading Eduardo Kohn's How Forests Think

2019.11

16-17 | participating in the Creative Coding workshop at iii in the Hague (NL) by Sabrina Verhage

reading Naomi Klein's On Fire

2019.10

writing about anchor points, how they resonate with each other, change through time and create a framework for a reality - an experience of the world
anchor points

reading Hartmut Rosa's Unverfügbarkeit

2019.09

thinking about origins, anchor points and transversive signifiers

reading Franco 'Bifo' Berardi's Futurability - The Age of Impotence and the Horizon of Possibility

20-22 | participating in the Training for the Future at the Ruhrtriennale in Bochum (DE) curated by Jonas Staal and Florian Malzacher

settling into my new studio space at Trixie

Trixie The Hague

2019.08

thinking about origins and transversive signifiers

reading Brian Massumi's The Power at the End of the Economy