Call for Papers: Our Mechanical Eyes — On Seeing Machines, Kunstlicht Vol. 40 (2019), No. 4.
✨When: Sunday Jan 27th . Doors open at 18:30, programme begins 19:00.
Join us for the launch event of Kunstlicht’s new issue “Unpacking Residencies: Situating the production of cultural relations”. The upcoming issue of Kunstlich addresses the role and significance of art residencies. The issue critically unpacks the stakes involved in perpetuating current models, and examines the potential of art residencies to foster counter-narratives and subversive modes of cultural production.
– Short Welcome by Kunstlicht editor-in-chief Iris Pissaride
– Issue presentation by managing editors Herbert Ploegman and Nikos Doulos
– Presentation of the work “Yield” by artist Laura Wiedijk
– Short Film by artist Dimitra Kondylatou followed by a conversation
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✨Do stay with us after the end of the programme to continue our conversations with a drink at the bar!
[Image: Unpacking Residencies: Situating the production of cultural relations’ Kunstlicht Vol. 39, 2018, no. 2 cover by Laura Wiedijk]
Call for Papers: Radical imaginings: art practices of/for justice (working title) – Kunstlicht Vol. 40 (2019) No.1
Join us for the launch of Kunstlicht’s latest issue ‘Mediated Imaginations: Technologies Touching Upon Art’, featuring artist presentations, an Editors’ introduction, drinks, and discussion!!
– CLOSED – Call for Papers: Unpacking Residencies: Situating the Production of Cultural Relations [working title] – Kunstlicht Vol. 39 (2018), no. 2
Artists’ Initiatives in the Netherlands, from the 1980s to the Present
An Evening to Celebrate Artists’ Initiatives
When: September 8, 2017, 19.00 – 24.00 uur
Out now for your summer reading pleasure: Kunstlicht’s latest double issue, Breaking the Frame: Subversion from Within. The issue looks at artists who undermine institutional conventions, and frequently institutional space, to pose a challenge to authority. But it also takes into consideration the fact that “subversive art — like subculture in general — is perpetually at risk of being maneuvered into the cultural mainstream.”
With an editorial by Angela Bartholomew and articles by Susan Power, Catalina Imizcoz, Rachel Schwartz, Alida Jekabson, Isabelle Sully, Eva Fotiadi, Rosa te Velde, and Luna Goldberg, and including artist’s contributions by Gian Luigi Biagini, Patricia Kaersenhout, and Dick Verdult.
Get your copy here and keep your eye out for the second issue on subversion in artistic practice to come out later this summer – and be sure to reserve September 8th in your agenda for a launch extravaganza featuring none other than Dick El Demasiado to take place at Quartair Artist Initiatives in Den Haag!
Welcome to Kunstlicht’s new website, designed by Birte Ketting. This website is still under construction. Stay tuned!