Four artists, who live and work in Amsterdam, create new site-specific work on the façade of their own private house. In four places in the city, this gives rise to multifaceted reflections on publicness and privacy, on what is on the inside and on what is on the outside.
23.10 - 18.12.2020 Lucas Lenglet
Schaepmanstraat - Kempenaerstraat
Building on earlier works with cage constructions, the artist will place red wire netting in front of all his windows of this corner house and turn his own house into a cage. He sees it as an incentive to think about what position he has in the community in which he lives.
Now that more people meet outside, in the streets, we hope the four works of art become temporary beacons of new places of encounters, hang-outs. A warm welcome therefore to you, friends and strangers, in one of the streets from October 23th onwards:
Coming up soon:
20.11 - 08.01.2021 Smári Róbertsson, Zomerdijkstraat 22
04.12 - 22.01.2021 Tim Breukers, Krugerplein
11.12 - 12.02.2021 Bastienne Kramer, Tweede Leeghwaterstraat 7
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Generously supported by Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds and Mondriaan Fund.
What affects personal identity and presence in the world? Your exterior is public, what does it say about your interior? About one's own and the strange? In a house on Boulevard Gueule Tapée in Dakar, three artists, Laye Kâ (SEN), Gareth Nyandoro (ZWE) and Tim Breukers (NL), will make an "in situ presentation" with the name L'Intérieur L'Extérieur. The private location will be made accessible to the public in the period 1-17 December 2020, simultaneously with Partcours 2020