Lidewij Edelkoort will exhibit a selection from her personal art and design collection. An overview of dutch and international autonomous design from 1995 to 2015.
“Composed of work from the most important designers working round the turn of the century, many of them with links to the Netherlands, the collection shows how attitudes to design have changed and are coming of age. The evolution of design as an autonomous discipline is a focus point. The work of a number of local heroes is on display, alongside world-renowned talents, celebrating the creative spirit of the city of Eindhoven and representing a feather in the cap of education.”
With works by Alvar Aalto & Ilse Crawford for Artek, Anni Albers and Anthony Kleinepier, Rodrigo Almeida, Anton Alvarez, Atelier NL, Tigran Avetisyan, Maarten Baas, Manu Baeyens, Anthon Beeke, Anthon Beeke Collectief, Pieke Bergmans, Bokja, Tord Boontje, Fernando & Humberto Campana also for Edra, Nacho Carbonell, Michel Charlot, Franck Christen, Daniel Dewer & Grègory Giquel, Piet Hein Eek, Catharina van Eetvelde, Kiki van Eijk, Gam Fratesi for Casa Mania, Gabriela Fridriksdottir, Front for Moooi, Jaime Hayon also for Paula C. and for Moooi, Pepe Heykoop, Richard Hutten for Droog, Studio Job also for Lensvelt and for Moooi, Rei Kawakubo for Comme Des Garçons, Imke Klee, Maarten Kolk & Guus Kusters, Eric Ku, Julia Lohmann, Jon Male, Enzo Mari, Marni, Mathieu Meijers, Ulf Mortiz for Sahco, Julian Opie, Francisco Pinto, Bertjan Pot also for Moustache, Fabien Seiz, Inga Sempé for Edra, Brynjar Sigurdarson, Marie Taillefer, Philippe omas, Frank Tjepkema, Martin Vallin for Cappellini, Marcel Wanders, Bas Warmoeskerken for Droog, Carolina Wilcke, Yohji Yamamoto, Oscar Zieta.
CURATORS Lidewij Edelkoort & Philip Fimmano
Address Kazerne, Paradijslaan 2-8
second part of the HACK/ PLAY expo
now in Eindhoven (SEE also previous post)
EXHIBITIONS @ NEW DOWNTOWN PROJECT-SPACE AND BOOKSHOP,
STARTING OCTOBER 17TH
(Dutch Design Week)
Official opening Saturday October 24th, 16:00
kick-off during the design week.
OMP117 / Cabinet project
Let’s start playing the game!
THATAWAY by HEYHEYdeHAAS
October 17 – November 15th
Open Thursday to Sunday 12:00-17:00
SPECIAL OPENING NEW SPACE, MULTIPLE EXHIBITIONS:
Saturday october 24th, 16:00
SPECIAL OPENING HOURS
Every day, 11:00 to 19:00, during Dutch Design Week (17-25 October)
Onomatopee project space and book shop
5611 HB Eindhoven
Curated by Freek Lomme in collaboration with Veerle Devreese for the Flemish art centre ‘De Brakke Grond’ Amsterdam, The Netherlands, hosted by Onomatopee.
Heyheydehaas (NL), Julien Carretero (FR/BE), Thomas Lommee (BE), Uglycute (S), Mireia c. Saladrigues (SP), John Körmeling (NL), Ryan Gander (UK), Aurélien Froment (FR).
Contributing authors: Petra Van Brabandt, Paul De Bruyne, Florian Schneider, Rene ten Bos and interviews with Slava Kozlov by Harvey Herman and Arnon Grunberg by Laurence Scherz.
Spatial design by Anthony Kleinepier Graphic design by Strange Attractors
If we want to stimulate innovation and open dialogue, we cannot always play by the rules. A certain amount of anarchy and tolerance towards the rules are indispensable to stimulate creativity and co-creation. Things don’t get really exciting until we move into a different field of play, expand our territory onto other gaming boards, admit new players or different elements. Usually, we play with our own kind of people, people from our own ‘tribe’. Within our own group, we are familiar with the ambitions, with those factors that contribute to success, and with the winners.
In the exhibition Let’s Start Playing the Game, Heyheydehaas, Julien Carretero, Thomas Lommee and Uglycute have designed four new games for this exhibition on the basis of their expertise in the creation of relevant, stimulating situations in which production, dialogue and wonder can come together. The games are like satellites in this universe, the entrance to and routes through which have been created by designer Anthony Kleinepier.
In addition, existing works with a playful component will be shown by artists Mireia c. Saladrigues, John Körmeling, Ryan Gander and Aurelien Froment. Each taking its own course and creating its own perspective – but all offering possibilities to follow different paths.
Visitors will be challenged to take part in the games, both to learn and to enjoy: to play with ambitions, social needs and identity on the basis of forms of production and interaction. Welcome to this world, in which every game can be passed through resolutely, and with other players, familiar and unfamiliar. This playful experience is a real challenge. / Let’s start playing the game!
Made possible thanks to the generous support of Stichting DOEN and the Flemish government
onomatopee INFO here
5611 HB Eindhoven
Sunday 18/10 4 PM
performance Anna Bak
at a special, obscure location (bring your bikes for a short bike tour ca 25 min)
meeting point at Onomatopee Willemstraat 27 at 3:45 PM
Wednesday 21/10, 6 PM
meet-and-greet-drink-and-play-records-book Launch with Sophie Krier and Brynjar Sigurðarson
Thursday 22/10, 4 PM
Book launch ’The Chair Affair’ by Lucas Maassen and Margriet Craens with reading of erotic stories by author Twan van Bragt.
Let’s Start Playing The Game!
Price: € 10,00
Softcover 144 pages
9 x 15 CM / 6 x 7,5 inches
8 spreads with full color images
Presenting various perspectives by artists, designers and writers, this reader will try to guide you in understanding and approaching play as a synonym for social conduct and as practice for social intercourse.
Editorial / intoruduction by curator Freek Lomme
Authors: Florian Schneider, Freek Lomme, René ten Bos, Paul De Bruyne, Petra Van Brabandt, Laurence Scherz and Harvey Herman.
Artists: Heyheydehaas, Studio Julien Carretero, Thomas Lommée (in collaboration with Yorit Kluitman), Uglycute, Mireia c. Saladrigues, John Körmeling, Ryan Gander and Aurélien Froment.
Graphic design by Strange Attractors
Let’s start playing the game! Is part of Hack / Play, a month in which we re-write the rules. For a whole month De Brakke Grond provided a space in which to push at boundaries of the rules of play. Play along in the exhibition, at the market, in the theatre, on the gaming board, in the city and in your head.