Who knew! I didn’t manage to send in some new works but my work was still part of the Nasty Women Portugal 2019 exhibition at Galeria Monumental in Lisbon! Apparently they still had a print of mine and hung it on the wall, lol. And it even sold.
Stay in touch with NWP about their fight for women’s rights and fundraising through their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nastywomenportugal/
I wrote an article (in Dutch) about my stay in Tehran, Iran for Jegens&Tevens.
Click >here< to read it. (link opens in a new window)
So I was back in Nieuwegein for the lecture/artist talk-ish thing Het slot van Noord-Korea about my DPRK-film, together with Casper van der Veen who also just published a new book, De Kim-dynastie (the Kim-dynasty). Gina van den Berg hosted the evenening.
Thank you De Tweede Verdieping for having me! It’s always a joy to collaborate with you ^^
Look at me, hiding behind that microphone.
GO BUY MY STUFF AND RAISE MONEY (AND YOUR VOICE) FOR NASTY WOMEN ALL OVER THE WORLD. Be there or be square.
The Norwich Dandies present ‘Nasty Women Norwich’
Programme of Events
“Nasty Women is a global art movement that serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, and abortion rights. With over forty fundraising art exhibitions taking place around the United States and abroad, Nasty Women Exhibitions also serve to support organisations defending these rights and to be a platform for organisation and resistance.”
The Norwich Dandies present ‘Nasty Women Norwich’, An 8 day Pop-Up exhibition in collaboration with One Billion Women Rising, Norwich Rising & Nasty Women International. Based in the Norwich Undercroft with a special Norwich Rising Flash Mob dance & day event outside the Norwich Forum.
Festival period: 10 – 17 February 2018
Opening Times: Mon – Fri, 11am – 3pm
Sat, 10am – 6pm
Sun 11am – 4pm
Venue: The Norwich Undercroft is located at the top of the Norwich Markets directly beneath the war memorial outside City Hall.
Price: All events and activities throughout NASTY WOMEN are FREE excluding Palm Reading sessions for a suggested donation
We are welcoming: everyone of any gender or background
Ethos: The festival space will be a safe space to enjoy yourselves, see and make art and meet people.
NASTY WOMEN AMSTERDAM EXHIBITION AND FUNDRAISER
184 Artists from 27 countries
270 Artworks from € 1 – € 200
Exhibition runs March 4 – 12, 2017
Josilda da Conceição Gallery,
Wormerveerstraat 15, 1013 JS Amsterdam
Opening Reception: March 4 from 4 – 8 PM
Opening hours: March 5, 9, 10, 11, 12 from 2 – 5 PM
For more info, see: https://nastywomenamsterdam.wordpress.com/
A limited edition print of my soft but nasty AK47 photo will be there, I hope you will too!
Photo on aluminium dibond,
Heckler&Koch P7 gun, made from pink satin and nylon thread, hand sewn, filled with sesame seeds and dried lavender.
This photo will be on view at the We Like Art stand at Art Rotterdam 2017! Yay!
Photo by Petra Laaper
I made a new performance piece for the Unnoticed Art Festival 2016, titled The Gaze. More info soon on my website!
Ohh, finally an update from my side!
Things have been rather hectic the last couple months: I moved to a new place, moved my studio (again…), and I started working on 2 new projects. Hence the silence on this blog.
Also my website needs a major update, but hey, I’m working on it! (;
One of the other things that have been going on behind the scenes is that the Design My Privacy exhibition (featuring my project Rogier) is travelling to Z33 in Hasselt, Belgium! Yay!
The show opens next Saturday at 19:30hr. Insert lazy copy-paste from the Z33 website:
27.03.2016 – 29.05.2016
Design my Privacy
Nowadays, we continually share data: a message via WhatsApp, a picture on Instagram, an update on Facebook or an e-mail through Gmail. With whom do we really share this data? And how can we make sure that our personal data stay strictly personal?
This exhibition addresses issues of online privacy and digital surveillance. Next to several historical examples of encrypting, ‘Design my Privacy’ also shows some surprising contemporary strategies by more than 35 young designers and artists to maintain control over our data.
PROGRAM OPENING NIGHT
7:30 p.m. Welcome
– Welcome speech by Igor Philtjens (Deputy of Culture of the Province of Limburg)
– Introduction by Jan Boelen (Artistic director Z33)
– Presentation publication ‘Design my Privacy’ by Mieke Gerritzen (Director MOTI)
20:00 – 22:00 Visit of the new exhibitions
also Toegepast 20
20:00 – 24:00 Reception
LOCATION: Z33 – house for contemporary art, Vleugel ’58, Zuivelmarkt 33, 3500 Hasselt.
My video DPRK will be shown at This Art Fair from 30th of December until the 3rd of January!
I’m looking forward to see you over there, I also created some very fancy postcards with stills from the video as gifts for visitors.
More info about the fair can be found >here<.
My participation in this fair is supported by the >Mondriaan Fund<.
Yes, good news this week! The exhibition Design My Privacy at MOTI Museum of the Image (Breda, The Netherlands) has been extended until the 13th of March!
>Here’s< a blog post by Geen woord Chinees bij about my project Rogier.
BYOB Utrecht 2015 was fun! I showed two videos that evening, the first performance video of 1000 CRANES and Untitled (for ☐topia).
Click >here< for more pictures!
Unnoticed Art Festival @ Pictura
On August 31 2014, the Unnoticed Art Festival will have it’s final day at Pictura, Dordrecht (NL). There will be lectures of Andrew McNiven, Klaas Hoek and Frans van Lent, followed by a public discussion, moderated by Jeroen Bouweriks.
Simultaneously performances of the festival will be re-enacted in and around the venue: Kees Koomen, Ienke Kastelein, Margreet Kramer, Andrew McNiven, Steef van Lent, Jess Rose, Julie Rozman, Joshua Schwebel en Gretta Louw.
Sunday August 31 2014
Doors open at 15.00.
3311 ES Dordrecht
Click >here< for more info about the Unnoticed Art Festival.
The exhibition of the ‘Rogier’ project at De Kijkdoos (Weesperstraat 51, Amsterdam (NL)) has opened! (As far as something that’s outside and visible 24/7 could be closed off for public.)
So, there are no excuses not to have a look at those lovely boxes!
Click >here< for some more photos.