Vertigo resident Haseeb Ahmed is currently working alongside Beatrice de Gelder and the DANCE research Group at the Brain and Emotion Laboratory at the University of Maastricht.
The project “Wind Avatar” directly links a person to the wind. The movements and emotions of a subject are translated into expressions of a character composed of wind turbulence patterns. By allowing a person to literally inhabit the wind, this project enables a person to develop new forms of emotions.
Residency: September 1, 2017 – March 1, 2018
Ella Littwitz’s solo exhibition “And a third of the waters became wormwood” opening in April 18th, 2018. More info coming soon.
Radek Szlaga will be presenting work in the group exhibition “Wild at Heart” at Zachęta – National Gallery, Warsaw curated by Sylwia Serafinowicz. The exhibition of post 1990 Polish art explores the country’s social and economic transformation since the fall of communism.
3.3 – 6.5.2018
Zachęta – National Gallery of Art
Małachowskiego 3, 00-916 Warsaw
Jeroen Jongeleen “Counterclockwise” opens March 15th 2018 more info soon.
Amélie Bouvier is exhibiting in “Now It Is Light” a group show curated by Sofia Lemos.
25.1 – 10.03.2018
Rua da Boavista,
50, 1200-066 Lisbon, Portugal
As part of the Open Call for Young Curators launched by EGEAC – Galerias Municipais.
Willehad Eilers is part of “Art is where the heart is vol2” curated by Patrick Droste & Katharina Gallade. This two volume exhibition investigates the importance of the written and figurative forms within urban art by tracing these forms back to their roots.
15.02 – 27.05.2018
Galerie L.J., 12 rue Commines, 75003 Paris
Rue Isidore Verheyden 2
1050 Brussels, Belgium
Emmanuel Van der Auwera’s “A Certain Amount of Clarity” is part of “Angst” at Museum Dr Guislain. This exhibition explores fear and anxiety in their various forms, from phobias to mass hysteria and how fear has shaped us throughout history.
11.11.17 – 27.5.18
Museum Dr Guislain
Jozef Guislainstraat 43
9000 Gent, Belgium
The exhibition explores notions of identity, belonging and collective memory whilst also interrogating the recent rise in nationalism in Europe and the increasingly overt tribalism in today’s globalised societies.