ARTIST VILLAGE EINDHOVEN (NL) 2018
During an intense three-day-program (August 10-11-12) a group of 20 artists will be given the opportunity to join the Artist Village taking place in Eindhoven. The Artist Village provides an ideal environment where artists can immerse in an open investigation of their work.
Participants attend six daily one-on-one conversations with curators, established artists, gallerists, architects, psychoanalysts, art critics, and others. The conversations are held on the basis of your portfolio and focus primarily on content and the contextualisation of it.
In the evening there is an advanced programme with lectures and Q&A’s
Friday 10 August
Lex van Lith (Director Beeldenstorm) about the workspaces in Eindhoven
Michel Dewilde (Curator Triennial Bruges) about communities
Lieven Jonckheere (Psychoanalyst, Belgium) about the concept of conversation
Saturday 11 August
Talk with Cliodhna Shaffrey (DirectorTemple Bar Studios Dublin), Michaëla Stock (Galerist Vienna) and Kirke Kangro (Dean Academy Estonia) about their pursuits in the particular artscenes in their countries.
Sunday 12 August
Informal closing party
The evening programme is open to a select audience of art professionals and takes place at the Blue Collar Hotel and at Beeldenstorm, both in Eindhoven.
The evening programme is open to a select audience of art professionals.
The selected artists for this summer are:
Eleye Boerenkamps (The Netherlands), Nel Bonte (Belgium), Danny Bracken (USA), Katrein Breukers (The Netherlands), Noé Cuéllar (USA/ Mexico), Stefanie De Vos (Belgium / Austria), Laura Fitzgerald (Ireland), Pete Fung (Canada / China), Juss Heinsalu (Estonia), Anja Jelovsek (Slovenia), Klara Kayser (Germany / UK), Lisa Matthys (Belgium), Rahma Meriem Said (Algeria), Lana Mesic (The Netherlands / Croatia), Meenakshi Nihalani (India), Diego Orendain Garcia (Mexico), Cecilia Rebergen (The Netherlands), Alice Rekab (Ireland), Driton Selmani (Kosovo), Pieter Léon Vermeersch (Belgium).
Lex van Lith (Director Beeldenstorm Eindhoven, The Netherlands); Jennie Guy (Director Fire Station Dublin, Ireland); Michaëla Stock (Galerist Vienna, Austria); Cliodhna Shaffrey (Director Temple Bar Studios Dublin, Ireland); Michel Dewilde (Curator Bruges Triennial, Belgium); Eddie Guldolf & Kristof Reulens (Cultural promotors, C-Mine Genk, Belgium); Lieven Jonckheere (Psychoanalyst, Belgium); Philippe Grisar (Psychoanalyst, Belgium); Sofie Dederen (Director Frans Masereel Centrum, Kasterlee, Belgium); Anne Mie Emons (0-68 Gallery Velp, The Netherlands); Jessy Ramah (Artist & Curator Quartair The Hague, The Netherlands); Kirke Kangro (Dean Academy Estonia); Hana Ostan Ozbolt (Art promotor Slovenia); Sithabile Mlotshwa (IFFA, The Netherlands); Freek Lomme (Director Onomatopee Eindhoven, The Netherlands); Frans Franssen (Artist Eindhoven, The Netherlands); Ranti Tjan (Director EKWC, Oisterwijk, The Netherlands); Jacky Dodemontova (Eindhoven, The Netherlands); Bas van den Hurk (Artist, Tilburg, The Netherlands); Wesley Meuris (Artist, Belgium); Stef Van Bellingen (Director WARP, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium); Flor Bex (Curator, Belgium), Bas Hendrikx (Amsterdams Fonds voor de kunst, The Netherlands); Lora Sariaslan (Kunsthistoricus Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands); Nadia Jellouli-Guachati (Architect XS2N, The Netherlands); Petra Cardinaal (Galerie Pennings, Eindhoven, The Netherlands).
The organising partners
WARP Contemporary Art Platform is a non-profit organisation based in Sint-Niklaas (BE) with an international horizon in mind. It has a program of exhibitions and lectures, but always with the challenging question: How to inspire and support artists? For this reason we initiated portfolio days and the extended version of it, the Artist Village. Selected artists of previous editions have become the creative reservoir for further exhibitions.
This Artist Village is co-organised by Beeldenstorm / Daglicht, a knowledge centre in Eindhoven (The Netherlands) where materials, techniques and knowledge are used that fit the current, ever changing wishes of the creators. Their main goal is to support and encourage production, research and experiment.