Esther Hoogendijk is researching the possibility of creating works of art that slowly change over a period of time. These changes take place due to influences such as air displacement, evaporation, breaking down and also touching a work of art. And she wants to investigate that touch during her working period through a number of interventions in public space. The working process is based on a large amount of tests and experiments, Esther will also apply this experimental and investigative way of working during the working period. Hopefully the result of this project will not only be an exhibition, but will also lead to a conversation about art in public space, what if that art can and can change? Can be touched? Can the public influence the work? And what if the work is allowed to break?
Stan Gonera examines the position of the viewer during his working period. He does this by setting up a play where the spectator gets a different position. He wants to hand over roles such as direction and attributes to the “viewer” and wants them to be an integral part of the play. This by, for example, receiving them by invitation or determining a number of (seating) places in advance. It is not yet certain whether this will take place offline or online, Stan likes to use the free options, the openness to research and the mystery of the building to determine this further.
Opening Friday July 17 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
The presentation can then be seen on Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 July
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM