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Borre Akkersdijk & Friso Dijkstra, Arnhemse Stockdagen, Karin Arink, Basak Belen, Mattijs van Bergen, Mimi Berlin, Blommers / Schumm, Reinier Bosch & Caroline Wilcke, The Boyscouts (Daisy Kroon, Martine Viergever, Charlotte Kan and Zelda Beauchampet), Frank Bruggeman & Eric Roelen, Deniz Buga, Martin Butler, Cobbenhagen Hendriksen, Collectie Arnhem, Josephine Colsen, Elspeth Diederix, Pauline van Dongen, Cornelia Edwards, Adrian Esparza, Thomas Eurlings, Marleen Folkerts, Irene Fortuyn, FredfarrowBrittavelontan, Fur Free, Elsien Gringhuis, Desiree Hammen, Koen Hauser, J.C.Herman, Sjaak Hullekes, Marcha Hüskes, Marie-José Jongerius, Jan Willem Kaldenbach, Jeroen Kooijmans, Aaltje Kramer, Klaas Kuiken & Dieter Volkers, Ben Landau, Joris Landman, MaryMe-JimmyPaul, NATA RYZH, NOMAN, Antoine Peters, Petrovsky & Ramone, Ahmet Polat, Clifford Portier, Louise te Poele, Jan Rothuizen, Siba Sahabi, Viviane Sassen, Allan Vos, Femke de Vries, VROONLAND & VAANDRAGER, Sara Vrugt, Sander Wassink, Frido van der Weij, Marga Weimans, Winkeldochters, Hyun Yeu, YOUASME MEASYOU and others.
WinterSALON/ live from OPTIONS!
A Sunday afternoon Matinee.
Fashion students show. SALON/ Young fashion designers present themselves.
23 Jan 2013
de Appel arts centre
Researcher Caroline Nevejan focuses on the implications of technology on society. Together with thirteen artists she explores today’s footprint on the future. When time and place are not shared, the resulting engagement in merging realities is a challenge to human dignity. New values for the (meta-)design of participatory systems, in which people accept responsibility for their words and deeds to negotiate trust and truth in a networked world, are investigated.
Using the Being-Here site, created by Mediamatic Lab, artists shape their contributions according to the basic rules of the essay including image. Texts, artworks, impressions and analyses include work by Kadir van Lohuizen, Debra Solomon, Ronald Ophuis, Zoro Feigl, Afaina de Jong, Chin Lien-Chen & Chris Vermaas, Anna Carlgren, Merlijn Twaalfhoven, Martin Butler, Karen Lancel & Hermen Maat, Jodi, Luna Maurer & Andreas Zangger, Angelo Vermeulen and with a foreword by Manuel Castells.
At the book launch Ann Demeester, director of de Appel arts centre, will interview artists about their contributions and experiences and focus on how the research has had an impact on their work. Professor Kitty Zijlmans, Leiden University Centre for the Arts in Society, will position the artists work in the context of current international research practice.
Read more about this research here: http://www.being-here.net/
Witnessing You, On Trust and Truth in a Networked World
382 p, ills colour & bw, 16 x 24 cm, hb, English, price: € 22
A Fur Free Fashion Poster Exhibition.
Monday January the 21st
19.00 - 22.00.
Closing the Amsterdam Fashion Week
Collectie Arnhem 2013