Call for Applications Rijksakademie Residency 2022 / 2023

Residents & alumni activiteiten

Open Studios 2021

44 kunstenaars tonen gedurende 11 dagen hun werk en onthullen wat de afgelopen 18 maanden in de studio is ontstaan

Van 17 tot en met 27 juni vindt de Rijksakademie Open Studios plaats. Het gebruikelijke herfstweekend is ingeruild voor een verlengde zomereditie. Vierenveertig kunstenaars presenteren wat er het afgelopen jaar ontstaan is door experimenteren, onderzoek en de productie van nieuw werk.

Tijdens de Open Studios is er een programma met talks, lezingen en performances. Mocht je niet in de gelegenheid zijn de Open Studios te bezoeken, dan worden de talks & lezingen live gestreamd via de website en social media van de Rijksakademie. Op onze website vind je straks ook videoregistraties van de performances en kun je terecht voor het online filmprogramma.

Ticket sales

Tickets voor de Open Studios zijn helaas uitverkocht.

Openingstijden

De Open Studios zijn te bezoeken van 12 tot 19 uur. Let op: er is geen kaartverkoop aan de deur.

Online filmprogramma

Omdat de Covid-19 maatregelen het niet toelaten om tijdens de Open Studios gezamenlijk films te kijken, bieden wij een online filmprogramma aan. Twintig residents presenteren hun films via onze website tot en met 25 juli.

Talks programma – live streams

Tijdens Open Studios presenteren verschillende residents een lezing, geven ze een artist talk of organiseren ze een rondetafelgesprek. Vanaf 18 juni worden zeven talks live gestreamd via Vimeo en Facebook live.

Fri, Jun 18

12:00 – 12:45
Reading by Daniel Aguilar Ruvalcaba / Submanager of The Unity of Libidinal Intelligence
Reading ‘The patadoxe of Achilles and the 500 years old turtle that accidently became snail’. In this report you will find some of the speculations on desire developed by The Unity of Libidinal Intelligence during the period of 2020-2021 in the Rijksakademie. 

Mon, Jun 21

12:00 – 13:30
Process Event #3: COLLABORATION. How to work together?
A conversation between the four collaborators on the Gift Science Archive performance (Amalia Calderón, Megan Hoetger, Sands Murray-Wassink and Radna Rumping) moderated by the If I Can’t Dance archivist Anik Fournier. The discussion will cover topics related to their collective archiving performance / performance of archiving, including their roles in the collaborative process, their working and communication methods, and their cataloguing and reflection processes. They will also give a special preview of giftsciencearchive.net, a website set to launch in September 2021, which will make publicly accessible the Gift Science Archive catalogue of studio objects and the relational cataloguing methods developed over the 18 months of the collaboration.

Tue, Jun 22

12:00 – 13:00
Trip for Life
A conversation between two members of the De-reading group Simnikiwe Buhlungu and Diana Cantarey and Li Yuchen from La Gira Zapatista Va Holanda about the Zapatistas movement, how they have inspired the De-reading group and the support for their trip to Europe in the summer of 2021.

13:30 – 14:00
Weaving a Pluriversity, a reading by Aldo Esparza Ramos
Aldo Esparza Ramos will do a reading about knowledges in re-existence against the oblivion of the contemporary.

Thu, Jun 24

11:30 – 12:15
And it is possible to explain all of it
A talk on Robert Glas' current research into the extensive collection of criminological literature by Dutch Ministry of Justice's Research and Documentation Centre (WODC), the recent destruction of the books and how they could have been of use to others.

12:30 – 13:00
A brief history of a mixed-tap

Julian Abraham ‘Togar’ will share his thoughts on and around sound recording in a brief presentation.

Fri, Jun 25

12:00 – 13:30
North Sea Stories
What first comes to your mind when you hear the words “North Sea”? Is it a distant memory of a childhood boat trip? Is it the briny, funky smell of a fish market? Is it the warping waves raging against the coastlines during a stormy day? Or is it the gigantic offshore wind farms and oil platform on television news? In this panel discussion, we would like to invite you to reimagine the North Sea through storytelling. A conversation touching on lived experiences, the role of humans, non-humans, ecology, and an exploration of where art might take us.
A conversation between Sheng-Wen Lo (artist RABK), Tanja Engelberts (artist RABK), Anna-Rosja Haveman (PhD candidate University of Groningen), Harpo t’Hart (curator Embassy of the North Sea) about the future of the North Sea, through the lens of art, ecology, humans and non-humans, moderated by Virág Szentkirályi, residency & programme coordinator at the Rijksakademie.

Harpo 't Hart, curator, sound-designer and sound-artist, studied piano at the Conservatory of Utrecht, Media Technology at Leiden University and Sound Studies at the Universität der Künste Berlin. In his work Harpo questions the ways in which we listen to the world. How do we listen to this rapidly changing world of climate change? Therefore, Harpo is researching music that is not about humans, but about objects: a concert of things. Since 2017 Harpo has been involved with the Parliament of Things and the Embassy of the North Sea.

Anna-Rosja Haveman is a PhD candidate at the University of Groningen. Her PhD project looks at varied artistic approaches to Dutch coastal landscapes, from the 1970s until today. She worked as a curator at the Groninger Museum and as an art mediator during Rijksakademie Open Studios. She has written among others for ‘Metropolis M’ and has published about the artistic practice of James Lee Byars in ‘Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und Allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft’. An interview with Tanja Engelberts is forthcoming in the Kunstlicht edition about the worldliness of oil. Currently she is organising the summer school and public lecture series: Curating Art and Nature.

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  • 2021
  • Video
  • Gesprek

Performance programma

Bij een bezoek aan de Open Studios kunt je je bij aankomst inschrijven voor de verschillende performances (let op: de capaciteit is zeer beperkt). Sommige voorstellingen vinden ook plaats in de ateliers van de bewoners. De documentatie van de performances zal via de website beschikbaar zijn.

Fri, Jun 18

12:00 – 14:00 / 15:30 – 17:30 (ongoing)
Mette Sterre
how to catch an octopus in a broken heart

13:00 – 13:25
Polina Medvedeva
The Informals II

Preview, To premiere on July 15 as part of Brighton Festival, UK. In collaboration with Andreas Kühne.

17:00 – 17:20
Özgür Atlagan
One fly was alive

Sat, Jun 19

15:00 – 15:07
Özgür Atlagan
Cane is

15:00 – 18:00
Sands Murray-Wassink / Gift Science Archive
Without You I’m Nothing (Backstage with the Gift Science Archive)

16:00 – 16:20 / 17:00 – 17:20 
Tanja Engelberts & Marcel Imthorn 
Forgotten Seas

17:00 – 17:25 Polina Medvedeva
The Informals II
Preview, To premiere on July 15 as part of Brighton Festival, UK. In collaboration with Andreas Kühne.

Sun, Jun 20

12:00 – 14:00 / 15:00 – 17:00 (ongoing)
Mette Sterre
how to catch an octopus in a broken heart

17:00 – 17:25 Polina Medvedeva
The Informals II

Preview, To premiere on July 15 as part of Brighton Festival, UK. In collaboration with Andreas Kühne.

Mon, Jun 21

12:00 – 14:00 / 15:00 – 17:00 (ongoing)
Mette Sterre
how to catch an octopus in a broken heart

17:00 – 17:25
Polina Medvedeva
The Informals II

Preview, To premiere on July 15 as part of Brighton Festival, UK. In collaboration with Andreas Kühne.

Tue, Jun 22

12:00 – 14:00 / 15:00 – 17:00 (ongoing)
Mette Sterre
how to catch an octopus in a broken heart

13:00 – 13:07
Özgür Atlagan
Cane is

17:00 – 17:20
Özgür Atlagan
One fly was alive

Wed, Jun 23

13:30 – 15:30 / 16:00 – 18:00 (ongoing)
Mette Sterre
how to catch an octopus in a broken heart

15:00 – 15:20
Özgür Atlagan
One fly was alive

17:00 – 17:25
Polina Medvedeva
The Informals II
Preview, To premiere on July 15 as part of Brighton Festival, UK. In collaboration with Andreas Kühne.

Fri, Jun 25

13:30 – 15:30 / 16:00 – 18:00 (ongoing)
Mette Sterre
how to catch an octopus in a broken heart

13:00 – 13:07 / 15:00 – 15:07
Özgür Atlagan
Cane is

15:00 – 18:00
Sands Murray-Wassink / Gift Science Archive
Without You I’m Nothing (Backstage with the Gift Science Archive)

17:00 – 17:25
Polina Medvedeva
The Informals II
Preview, To premiere on July 15 as part of Brighton Festival, UK. In collaboration with Andreas Kühne.

Sat, 26 Jun

13:30 – 15:30 / 16:00 – 18:00 (ongoing)
Mette Sterre
how to catch an octopus in a broken heart

14:30 – 15:30
Mette Sterre
abcession seapussy galore (if you don't know, don't go)

15:00 – 15:25 / 17:00 – 17:25
Polina Medvedeva
The Informals II
Preview, To premiere on July 15 as part of Brighton Festival, UK. In collaboration with Andreas Kühne.

Sun, Jun 27

13:30 – 15:30 / 16:00 – 18:00 (ongoing)
Mette Sterre
how to catch an octopus in a broken heart

17:00 – 17:07
Özgür Atlagan
Cane is

Residents

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    Publicatie

    The publication, titled ‘We Had Plans, a book published on the occasion of the 150th year of the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam, which happened to coincide with a global pandemic, during which resident artists continued to work collaboratively as well as individually on their respective practices, whilst also navigating what could be called expanded practice’, is edited by Irene de Craen, Taylor Le Melle and Natasha Soobramanien. The publication contains a wide array of individual and collective contributions by resident artists, showing the breadth of what happens in and around their practices, and in turn, the life of the Rijksakademie in its 150th year. Designed by Julia Born and Mevis & van Deursen, the book is 242 pages and will be available for € 25 at the Rijksakademie during the Open Studios, and later via our website.

    Veiligheidsprotocol Covid-19

    Tijdens Open Studios hanteren wij de volgende regels:

    • Wij volgen de richtlijnen van het RIVM
    • Blijf thuis als u gezondheidsklachten heeft zoals verkoudheid, hoesten, koorts of griep
    • Het dragen van een mondkapje is verplicht
    • Iedereen houdt 1,5 meter afstand van elkaar
    • De Cantina is helaas niet geopend voor bezoekers
    • Er zijn watertappunten waar u water kunt tappen (vergeet niet uw eigen fles mee te nemen)
    • Er is geen garderobe. Handtassen zijn toegestaan als ze niet groter zijn dan A4. Er is helaas geen ruimte voor rugzakken.
    • Gelieve de routing in en rond het gebouw te volgen en de instructies op te volgen

    Contact

    Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten
    Sarphatistraat 470 / 1018 GW Amsterdam

    info@rijksakademie.nl

    Bereikbaarheid

    De Rijksakademie bevindt zich in de voormalige Kavallerie-Kazerne, vlakbij het centrum van Amsterdam. Het gebouw is gelegen naast de Muiderpoort, vlakbij het Tropenmuseum en ARTIS en niet ver van de NS-stations. Het grootste deel van het gebouw is toegankelijk voor minder validen. Een uitgebreide routebeschrijving vind je hier.

    Colophon

    Photography:
    The Book Photographer
    Tomek Dersu Aaron
    Sander van Wettum

    Live Stream crew:
    Susana Vilchez
    Rob Gradisen

    Open Studios website:
    Tomáš Celizna
    i.c.w. Bram van den Berg

    Open Studios 2021 visual identity:
    Julia Born and Mevis & Van Deursen