There Was A Country Where They Were All Thieves

4 May – 7 June 2012 What might it mean to be overexposed to a land? Such that one is like a glacial striation on bedrock- a pattern of selfness and crystal. The countryside is as much an imagined terrain as it is an assemblage of components: rock, crops, air, people and histories. Hence, the look … Continue reading

THERE WAS A COUNTRY WHERE THEY WERE ALL THIEVES

Group Exhibition & Events – There Was A Country Where They Were All Thieves Artists: Gary Colclough, Jasper Coppes & Stijn Verhoeff, Fieldclub, Gauri Gill, Pil & Galia Kollectiv, Helen Mirra, Abigail Reynolds, Edward ClydesdaleThomson Curated by Natasha Ginwala Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art, Amsterdam 4 May – 7 June, 2012 What might it mean to … Continue reading

Fluiten in het Donker – A project by de Appel Curatorial Programme 2010/11

You whistle – and ask, am I alone in here? A whistle emanates from the gut, proceeding to circulate beyond the body, as an absent presence that is felt rather than seen. Whistling in the dark — a nonchalant gesture set within an anxious environment; to summon your courage in the face of projected danger. … Continue reading