opening Untitled (two takes on crisis)

opening Untitled (two takes on crisis)

de Appel, Prins Hendrikkade 142, Amsterdam

de Appel arts centre and the participants of the Curatorial programme cordially invite you to the opening day of the final project of the Curatorial Programme 2015/16: Untitled (Two Takes on Crisis) on Friday April 22nd from 2 – 9 pm.

The participants of the Curatorial Programme present two projects, You Must Make Your Death Public and Rien ne va plus? Faites vos jeux! which investigate how artists and curators reflect upon the notion of crisis. Both collect a variety of thoughts, strategies and counter-moves used in situations of a decisive nature.

Programme of the openings day at de Appel arts centre

2 – 5 pm
Presentation of the project You Must Make Your Death Public and discussion with some of the project contributors such as Minna Henriksson and Philipp Gufler. No reservation necessary.

5 – 6 pm
Performative walk by Oto Hudec, Walk Between Trees. Please make reservations if you want to attend reservation [​at​] deappel.nl.

6 – 9 pm
Opening of the exhibitions at de Appel arts centre, no reservation needed.

7 – 9 pm
Performance by Gluklya, Psychoanalytical cabinet of Colored.

About the Curatorial programme
Initiated in 1994 as an in-house international training trajectory for young curators, the Curatorial Programme of de Appel arts centre offers its participants hands-on experiences and skills for a further development of their professional career. Each year the programme culminates in the collective conception of a final project at de Appel arts centre.

The Curatorial Programme 2015-16 are: Laura Amann (Austria, 1986), Kateryna Filyuk (Ukraine, 1986), Jussi Koitela (Finland, 1981), Renée Mboya (Kenya, 1986), Asep Topan (Indonesia, 1989) and Alessandra Troncone (Italy, 1984).

With thanks to Ammodo and the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux

Irwan Ahmett & Tita Salina – Total Cleansing Act (Purchase Order) Curatorial Programme 2016 Untitled (Two Takes On one Crisis) You Must Make Your Death Public by curators Jussi Koitela, Renee Mboya, Asep Topan

collection (unintended), 2016