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Past
Public Programme
16.07.2024, 19:00–20:30
To launch the two week Curatorial Programme Summer School of de Appel, which deals with land, ownership and collectivisation, Aria Spinelli will engage in a discussion with Marco Baravalle on the neoliberal genealogy of contemporary curating and the resulting regimes of mobility.
Current
Exhibition
27.06–08.09.2024
De Appel is thrilled to announce Basma Alsharif's first solo exhibition in the Netherlands. Basma's work traverses many themes related to de Appel’s current focus: her films and installation pieces raise questions related to the representation of domesticity, land, and displacement.
Past
Online Presentation
14.05–16.07.2024
Why Germany is an international, online lecture series addressing the crackdown on free speech in Germany and beyond. These weekly lectures are co-hosted by a network of institutions that grows over time. By means of a rolling program, it creates a space for creative, informed and considered expression.
Past
Public Programme
29.06.2024, 11:00–16:00
Through readings, personal testimonies, and group discussion, the workshop is aimed at defining the imperceptible loss associated with displacement and immigration. Drawing from al-Sharif's research Morning Circle, the artist will share material on separation anxiety, the concept of transculturation, and integration.
Past
Public Programme
28.06.2024, 16:00–18:00
During the symposium, Basma al-Sharif will present her previous work as well as her research around the new work Morning Circle and how she intends to develop it as a film and long-term project.
This issue of The Remote Archivist is made by Mika Hayashi Ebbesen. They first encountered the archive during the exhibition Catching Up in the Archive in 2022. Their work as an editor in print publishing, and their commitment to the historiographic process of knowledge production, led them to return this year to delve further into the material traces of de Appel’s role in giving a platform to performance as an artistic genre.