Opening ’On the Soft Edge of Space’ by Marleen Sleeuwits
Onomatopee, willemstraat 27 5611 HB Eindhoven
Sunday, September 4, 17:00 - 19:30
NY Art Book fair
MOMA PS1, 22-25 Jackson Avenue on 46th Avenue, Long Island City, NY
Thursday, September 15, 18:00 - Sunday, September 18, 19:00
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open during exhibitions
Thursday to Sunday, 13:00- 17:00
and by appointment
Re-opening after summer holiday, September 4th.
Now open at irregular hours and by appointment.
Opening 4th September, 2016 3PM (subsequent, at 5 PM, opening Marleen Sleeuwits at Onomatopee)
exhibition continues until 6th January, 2017
Van Abbemuseum library
5611 NH Eindhoven
library open Tuesday to Friday from 11AM - 5PM
Eva Olthof’s new installation Return to Rightful Owner invites visitors to consider the thin line between the private act of reading and the public space of a library.
Solo exhibition by Marleen Sleeuwits at the Onomatopee project-space.
Opening September 4th, 5 PM (after opening Eva Olthof at Van Abbemuseum)
Exhibition runs untill October 2nd.
Is it possible for our direct sensual experience of a space to derive understanding from a different representation of space?
The solo exhibition On the Soft Edge of Space of Marleen Sleeuwits derives its title from her artists’ book, recently published by Onomatopee. Like the book, the exhibition is a stage on which space is placed at the centre by exploring it in a particular visual manner.
By means of architectural, site-specific interventions, Marleen Sleeuwits manipulates space’s artificial nature to put our sensual experience of space to the test. Although the site-specific works in the Onomatopee show merge into the space’s architecture, they remain individual, unrelated sculptural objects, as slight deformations of reality. This renders space itself contradictory – that is, like a tangible fata morgana. Her work tries to find a new horizon in these poetics.
- the opening date will be announced later,
more information to follow -
“Design Will Eat Itself” explores products and communications that are designed specifically to remove and efface themselves after use, as a response to the product and information overload and inadequate disposal. These products are pre-programmed to dematerialize, deactivate, disassemble, decompose—in other words, to self-destruct.
Opening October 22, 4 PM
Special Dutch Design Week opening hours:
Saturday 22nd, Friday 28th and Saturday 29th 1 to 8 Pm
Sunday 23rd to Thursday 27th and Sunday 30th 1 to 6 PM
Continuing until December 20, open Thursdays to Sundays
Official book launch and talk with Joke Robaard
October 21, 7PM
To decode clothes and explore an alternative fashion vocabulary Femke de Vries’ research project Dictionary Dressings takes the dictionary definition as a “zero condition” of a piece of clothing. These definitions, entirely delineated in physical terms, lead to alternative assemblies and re-imagined functions.