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For the Record

Research

15 Oct 2018 — 15 Nov 2020

For the Record investigates how contemporary video culture operates as a public space for consumerism, activism and emancipation, by exposing existing realities and by imagining alternatives.

Archive, Exhibition

Atelier Nelly and Theo van Doesburg

Archive, Exhibition

11 Jul 2020 — 12 Jul 2021

A new look at the work of Nelly and Theo van Doesburg is possible thanks to the restoration of their architecture archive. The exhibition recognises Nelly as a key figure in the consolidation of the reputation of Van Doesburg and De Stijl. The magnificent focus of the exhibition will be on the couple’s most striking joint project: their studio-house in the Parisian suburb of Meudon. Sketches, drawings and scale models rarely (if ever) exhibited before reveal the house’s rich history.

Research, Exhibition

Lithium

Research, Exhibition

20 Sep 2020 — 11 Apr 2021

Conceived as a spa resort, the exhibition Lithium highlights the beneficial and destructive aspects of the eternal human search for energy. Researchers, designers and artists reflect on the role of the chemical element lithium in powering today’s economy. How many times can we recharge our batteries without addressing the causes of depletion, in both human bodies and the planet?

Exhibition

Art on Display 1949-69

Exhibition

04 Oct 2020 — 07 Mar 2021

How do we present art? And how do we look at it, as viewers? Most museum visitors look at artworks without noticing how they are displayed. In contrast, Art on Display 1949-69 focuses not on artworks themselves, but on the way they are presented. For the first time, the exhibition brings together some of the most progressive postwar exhibition designs by architects in the form of 1:1 reconstructions. Featuring displays by Franco Albini and Franca Helg, Lina Bo Bardi, Aldo van Eyck, Carlo Scarpa and Alison and Peter Smithson.

Tour

Aquarian Gardens soundwalk

In The New Garden

19 May 2019 — 31 Dec 2020

A guided meditation created by artist Annika Kappner invites the visitor to explore the (bio) diversity and complexity of The New Garden.

Exhibition

Set Stage Screen: Realities of Postproduction

Installation

01 Jun — 15 Nov 2020

Set Stage Screen: Realities of Postproduction investigates how contemporary video culture operates as a public space for consumerism, activism and emancipation, by exposing existing realities and by imagining alternatives.

Children and Families, Workshop

Long Live the Future!

Be a digital designer

07 Jul 2020 — 31 Dec 2021

Het Nieuwe Instituut’s production location turns visitors into digital designers. In Long Live the Future! families design the world in the year 2520. And if you’re a designer of the future, anything is possible.

Exhibition

Gijs Bakker & K. Schippers: Basics

Design and poetry in Sonneveld House

11 Jul 2020 — 10 Jan 2021

In Sonneveld House, Gijs Bakker and K. Schippers present combinations of jewellery and poetry which they have selected especially for the occasion from their extensive oeuvres. The result is a setting in which visitors can make new connections and entertain alternative interpretations.

Conversation

Soft Architecture

Online programme

Thu 29 Oct 2020, 19:00 — 20:00

Soft Architecture is a project by the architecture duo Aidel (Cristina Gallizioli and Marco Ferrari), investigating the use of textiles for building space. In a talk about the project, Gallizioli and Ferrari will focus on “textile space imaginaries and anti-solid materials.”

Workshop

Vertical Atlas – world.orbit

Workshop series

Fri 30 Oct 2020, 14:00

Vertical Atlas - world.orbit is a public research project focusing on a critical and generative engagement with satellite data. In a series of workshops, artists and designers can learn how to find, read, process and translate satellite data. Alternative digital cartographies can identify other ways of representing global and local developments in narratives that help us to see Earth anew.  

Film, Conversation

Imagine The Earth Is Your Lover

The One Minutes

Fri 30 Oct 2020, 20:00 — 21:00

The One Minutes Series Imagine The Earth Is Your Lover is curated by Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens and creates a document of the ecosex movement. In the series of one-minute videos, 23 artists and filmmakers visualize their mad, passionate and fierce love for the Earth. They shift the metaphor from ‘Earth as Mother’ to ‘Earth as Lover’ in order to create a more mutual and sustainable relationship with the Earth. The selected one-minute videos were sent in from Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Greece, Malta, Mexico, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom and United States marking the international scope of the ecosex movement.

 

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Agency

Biennale2020

Dutch Pavilion, Biennale Architettura

Agency

22 May — 21 Nov 2021

Het Nieuwe Instituut, commissioner of the Dutch pavilion for the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, presents Who is We?, the Netherlands' official contribution to La Biennale. 

Workshop

Vertical Atlas – world.orbit

Workshop series

Fri 06 Nov 2020, 14:00

Vertical Atlas - world.orbit is a public research project focusing on a critical and generative engagement with satellite data. In a series of workshops, artists and designers can learn how to find, read, process and translate satellite data. Alternative digital cartographies can identify other ways of representing global and local developments in narratives that help us to see Earth anew.  

Film, Conversation

Resignifications in Central and Eastern Europe

e-flux Architecture x Het Nieuwe Instituut

Thu 12 Nov 2020, 19:00 — 20:30

A screening of videos by Sarmen Beglarian and Milica Tomić followed by a conversation with Vasyl Cherepanyn and Arna Mačkić on the resignification and destruction of monuments in Kyiv, Ukraine and Omarska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is the third edition of Monument, a collaboration with e-flux Architecture, to discuss how monuments have—once again—come to play a pivotal role in mobilizing and rearticulating struggles for recognition.

 

 

 

Workshop

Vertical Atlas – world.orbit

Workshop series

Fri 13 Nov 2020, 14:00

Vertical Atlas - world.orbit is a public research project focusing on a critical and generative engagement with satellite data. In a series of workshops, artists and designers can learn how to find, read, process and translate satellite data. Alternative digital cartographies can identify other ways of representing global and local developments in narratives that help us to see Earth anew.  

Symposium

Collective Material Practices in Critical Times

Making Matters Symposium 2020

20 Nov — 21 Nov 2020

Film, Conversation

Restitution of African Cultural Heritage

e-flux Architecture x Het Nieuwe Instituut

Thu 10 Dec 2020, 19:00 — 20:30

A screening of a video by Sumayya Vally will be followed by a conversation on the restitution of African cultural heritage. This is the fourth edition of Monument, a collaboration with e-flux Architecture, to discuss how monuments have—once again—come to play a pivotal role in mobilizing and rearticulating struggles for recognition.

Excursion, Conversation, Opening

Venice Biennale

Members' Trip

19 May — 21 May 2021

Het Nieuwe Instituut is offering an exclusive three day trip to attend La Biennale di Venezia from Wednesday 19 until Friday 21 May 2021 (to be confirmed).