– Interactive Pieces
June 17 – October 17, 2017
Discover the interactive art by Rafaël Rozendaal 24/7/365 at eMMa.
Rafaël Rozendaal is a Dutch-Brasilian visual artist who uses the internet as his canvas.
His artistic practice consists of websites, installations, lenticulars, writings and lectures. Spread out over a vast network of domain names, he attracts a large online audience of over 30 million visits per year.
His work researches the screen as a pictorial space, reverse engineering reality into condensed bits, in a space somewhere between animated cartoons and paintings. His installations involve moving light and reflections, taking online works and transforming them into spatial experiences.
light table – paul jansen klomp – 2017 April 26 – June 11, 2017
(closed on Ascension Day)
12 fluorescent tubes are placed in a regular pattern on a wooden support. a small computer lights and dims each tube in a continuous fade, with a unique frequency for every tube. coils close to the power lines pick up the current flow to the tubes. these signals are amplified and made audible through 12 loudspeakers, one for each pickup.
twaalf tl-buizen liggen regelmatig verdeeld op een houten onderstel. een kleine computer varieert de helderheid van de buizen, elke buis heeft daarbij zijn eigen frequentie. opnemers bij de aansluitkabels zetten de de stroom die naar de de buizen gaat om in spanning. het signaal wordt elektrisch versterkt en door 12 luidsprekers weergegeven, één voor iedere opnemer.
to be seen from the St. Walburgstraat, daily from 12.00 till 00.00 hrs.
and visit bur0 Gr0ningen, Hofstraat 21 Groningen to see and hear ‘light table’ from wed-fri from 12.00-17.00 hrs.
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WORKSHOPS DICTIONARY DRESSINGS 06
BY FEMKE DE VRIES
In the context of the exhibition Dictionary Dressings, the artist and researcher Femke de Vries will organize two workshops:
Saturday March 18 Saturday April 1 11.00 – 16.00 hrs
Dictionary Dressings is an ongoing research project by Femke de Vries, that uses the nature of the dictionary definition as a “zero condition” for a piece of clothing to decode clothes and explore an alternative fashion vocabulary.
The reduced definitions in a dictionary don’t mention anything about fashion, style or trends, for example: “Handschoen: bekleding van de hand” (literally translated into English as Glove: covering of the hand). This provides the space to question our standard notions of fashion and gives opportunities to develop new ideas on material, shape, ways of wearing clothing and their relationship to the body. The results of each workshop are brought together in a catalog. As a participant in the workshop you will make a contribution to the research project!
The exhibition Dictionary Dressings by Femke de Vries can be seen until April 21, 2017
at NP3 | bur0 Gr0ningen, Hofstraat 21, 9712 JA Groningen
Open: Wednesday – Saturday 12.00 – 17.00 hrs and by appointment
Aim / results:
Together we will create a catalogue / dictionary with alternative approaches to pieces of clothing.
Choose the definition of a piece of clothing. Research, reinterpret and create your own translation.
Analyze and research by means of discussion / writing / visualization / creating / photography
If possible, bring your own laptop or a (phone)camera.
– Minimum 7 participants*
– Minimum age: 17 years
– Cost: 40 euros (includes light lunch, coffee and tea).
– Application deadline: at least 4 days before workshop
– Sign up at: firstname.lastname@example.org
– Admission on order of registration
* workshops will only take place with a minimum of 7 participants
Dictionary Dressings Re-reading clothing definitions towards alternative fashion perspectives
EXHIBITION February 17 – April 21, 2017
OPENING Friday February 17 from 17.00 hrs @ bur0 Gr0ningen, Hofstraat 21, Groningen (NL)
17.00 hrs: Results Dictionary Dressings workshop 04, a collaboration with Minerva Art Academy students
17.45 hrs: Talk by artist, researcher and photographer Joke Robaard To further propagate the opportunities of Dictionary Dressings, researcher Joke Robaard, who has a keen focus on production networks in her own practice, will discuss the ambivalence between the generalised, basic vestimentary words defined in the dictionary and the more saturated words seen in fashion rhetoric or personal narratives.
Femke de Vries is an artist / researcher in fashion where she explores the interaction between clothing as (material) objects of use and fashion as a process of value production. – www.femkedevries.com –
Femke studied Fashion Design at Amsterdam Fashion Institute and graduated cum laude in Fashion Strategy at the ArtEZ Fashion Masters in Arnhem. Dictionary Dressings is her ongoing research project that uses the nature of the dictionary definition as a “zero condition” of a piece of clothing to decode clothes and explore an alternative fashion vocabulary. The exhibition features a selection from the Dictionary Dressings archive and works by Femke de Vries, BLESS, Conny Groenewegen, Elisa van Joolen, Ruby Hoette and Sanne van den Elzen. The underlying research, comprising an image archive and theoretical reflection by Barbara Brownie and Joke Robaard, is brought together in the book Dictionary Dressings. Available at bur0 Gr0ningen!
The 24/7/365 DISPLAY of bur0 Gr0ningen is turned into a Dictionary Dressings Workspace where the project is activated by workshop participants. During the exhibition Femke organizes workshops. The dates will be announced on our website.
Dictionary definitions are constructed to be factual and rational and as a consequence the entries for items of clothing show no reference to the ephemeral or immaterial character of fashion. They describe the characteristics of the items, their use and their relation to the body but never mention fashion or style. Take the Dutch definition of a glove for example: “Handschoen: bekleding van de hand” (literally translated to English as Glove: covering of the hand).
This new perspective opens up an inclusive playfield in fashion where hybrid, fluid ways of reading, seeing, defining and making are facilitated. Overlapping and interlinking theory with practice, it pushes beyond trends and accepted social and design codes offering an approach that contributes to the broader cultural discourse of fashion.
Opening hours Dictionary Dressings: Wednesday – Saturday 12.00 – 17.00 hrs and by appointment +31(0)503138260 Dictionary Dressings Workspace @ the 24/7/365 DISPLAY Closed during school holidays
With special thanks to Kunstraad Groningen, Creative Industries Funds NL, Gemeente Groningen, Mamamini and Zijlstra Naaimachines.
Saturday November 12, 14.00 hrs
(Door open from 13.30 hrs, dress warm!)
Location: M0Bi, Kolendrift 13, Groningen (NL)
Main language: English
Location-project of artist Harmen de Hoop in collaboration with Prof. dr. Steven Hoekstra (Associate Professor of Atomic and Molecular Physics,
‘Harmen de Hoop is a visual artist who makes anonymous and illegal interventions in public space. He works on the notion of ‘place’ in the contemporary city, the behaviour of individuals or groups, and the conflicts of interests in public space. With his interventions he breaches the systems and brings forward another, often humane perspective. With this he tries to let people look at themselves in a different way, often with a sense of humor.’
How long does a second last?…
Join the performance where the worlds of Art and Atomic Physics, Molecular Physics and Chemical Physics broaden your artistic and scientific horizon.
MEER KENNIS – een wetenschappelijke performance – Harmen de Hoop
Zaterdag 12 november 2016 om 14.00 uur
(Deur open vanaf 13.30 uur, kleed je warm!)
Locatie: M0Bi, Kolendrift 13, Groningen
Locatie-project van kunstenaar Harmen de Hoop met medewerking van Prof. dr. Steven Hoekstra (Adjunct Hoogleraar Atoom- en Molecuulfysica, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen).
‘Harmen de Hoop is a visual artist who makes anonymous and illegal interventions in public space.He works on the notion of ‘place’ in the contemporary city, the behaviour of individuals or groups, and the conflicts of interests in public space. With his interventions he breaches the systems and brings forward another, often humane perspective. With this he tries to let people look at themselves in a different way, often with a sense of humor.’ Bron: www.harmendehoop.com
Hoe lang duurt een seconde?… Kom langs en neem deel aan de performance waar de werelden van de Kunst en Atoomfysica, Moleculaire Fysica en Chemische Fysica je artistieke en wetenschappelijke horizon zullen verbreden.
Forget policy, balloting, studio visits or a discussion about the why’s and how so’s at NP3:
a critical investigation by NP3 on the (im)possibilities of contemporary experimental curatorial practices. www.ranking-the-arts.com
In three critical ‘public projects’ NP3 approached the process of the changing role of the artist and the artwork in relation to the increasing interest in the ‘role and influence of the (art)public’. NP3 initiated, from the perspective of the public, the triptych programme 1) Garde Blanche – l’art pour l’artiste (2010), 2) Crème de la Crème – la condition humaine (2011) and 3) www.ranking- the-arts.com (2012).
Everyday citizens curated NP3’s Crème de la Crème exhibition, bringing in artists of their choosing. In Garde Blanche the artist took over the curatorial baton from NP3. The citizens and artists who were the first to apply for the exhibitions, were given the spaces of their choosing, together with the financial means to realise their exhibition plan. The mighty Google search engine was appointed curator for the third project, www.ranking-the-arts.com. Artists submitted their names to a custom-made search engine, directly linked to the Google data flow that marks our information-age society. After all, Google statistics, website hits and unique visitor counts seem to rank your “importance” these days. Your Google ranking grows with every search entry bearing your details, just as your use of Google on your website, blog and youtube channel increases your digital imprint. All these factors contributed to artists rising on the ‘very important artist’ list of www.ranking-the-arts.com.
After a runtime of exactly one year, www.ranking-the-arts.com went offline and the official winner, our ‘Most-Googled Person’, was announced: Berndnaut Smilde. The development of his cumulus series, which have been purchased by the Saatchi gallery, had caused a viral stir and quickly raced Smilde into the digital limelight, earning him first place in the ranking system.
QUASi – Berndnaut Smilde
Berndnaut lives and works in Amsterdam. He graduated in 2001 from the Minerva Academy in Groningen and achieved in 2005 his Masters of Arts at the Frank Mohr Institute. Since then Berndnaut has built an international career, which in 2012 accelerated through the development of his ‘CLOUD’-works. Berndnaut shows his work in museums, galleries, art spaces and media around the world, from London to Shanghai.
In his artistic process Berndnaut researches the physical (de)construction of materials, light, space, the experience and the atmosphere in relation to the architectural environment. He developed his latest work, the site-specific installation QUASi, especially for bur0 Gr0ningen. Berndnaut constructs meaning and consciously makes new connections. The combination of everyday and unusual elements; from the volatility of cumulus-projections to the sculptural plastic foundry molds for Roman pillars. In the hallway he shows anagrams made from his own name and transforms theater decor canvas, light sources and plastic pillars to an lighted night panorama in the exhibition display. In the evening, the same display features a prismatic panorama.
Quasi is a frozen moment, the ‘Traumbild’ between presentation and representation, the visible and the invisible. He experiments with his fascination for the grey zone of it ‘is’ and ‘is not’, the in-between moment between the existing and the temporary. All elements in the exhibition QUASi form a physical construct and at the same time they remain a moment in time, the ‘quasi’ in the artistic process of Berndnaut. www.berndnaut.nl
Frank Mohr Institute MADtech, Masters of Arts a moment, a person, a thought
July 2 – 14 Mon – Fri 10.00 – 21.00 hrs
Sat – Sun 12.00 – 17.00 hrs
SELF-EXAMINATION (No. 1-23)
Marit Westerhuis uses methods inspired by science, as well as methods derived from data capture technology. Living in the ‘Big Data’ era, we leave behind traces of personal information which are consequently used for commercial purposes. As an artist she doesn’t use data to sketch a bigger picture of human behaviour. Instead, she turns data into a representation by zooming in on the individual. The representation is as personal as a self-portrait but as excessive as an archive, as voyeuristic as reading a diary, and as precise as a medical examination.
Program daily perfomances by Marit Westerhuis @ bur0 Gr0ningen:
Performances ‘Self-Examination (No.23): Reacting To Others’ and other performances
16:00 – 17:00 hours
with exception of:
Wednesday July 6: 14:00 – 15:00 hours
Friday July 8: 17:15 – 18:15 hours
Wednesday July 13: 14:00 – 15:00 hours