January 20 – March 10 – 2018
Curator Luca Rezzolla
Saturday January 20 – 2018
5pm – 9pm
Live Broadcast perfomance 7 pm
What if archaeologists from the future later excavate objects from our time?
Search your answer in FUTURARCHEOLOGY, an exhibition between future and past with Bi and Tridimensional works of Mustafa Sener (TR/NL), Susan Kooi (NL), Mariëlle van den Bergh (NL) en Mels Dees (NL), curated by Luca Rezzolla.
The show, presented by Stichting Breed Art,
will be on display at Breed Art Studios, Het laagt 178 Amsterdam-Noord from 20 January till 10 March 2018.
The opening will be on Saturday January 20 from 5pm till 9pm.
FUTURARCHEOLOGY will be on display
until March 10 2018:
Thu – Fri – Sat: 12:00 – 18:00
is an Amsterdam based artist with a Turkish background
His work is clearly inspired by the cradle of Eastern and Western culture.
travels to Italy, Portugal and Japan to work with different traditions of ceramic crafts
She seeks proof of use and the meaning of the object, both real and fictional during its lifetime and in the future.
Mels Dees and Mariëlle van den Bergh
share that interest and travel around the world
The experiences they gain from this are reflected in their work: sculptures, tapestries, photographs and paintings.
Mariëlle is currently working as artist-in-residence at the EKWC, European Ceramic Workcentre in Oisterwijk.
Photos & video Luca Rezzolla
The exhibiting artists will provide an additional contribution to the public by giving two workshops:
- February 17: Workshop “From far and closeby” takes place from 15.00 to 17.00 in Het Breedhuis (Het Breed 16). Local residents and visitors from all left-seasons are invited to come to Het Breedhuis with a dear object, where they will be photographed in front of different backgrounds by Mels Dees and Mariëlle van den Bergh.
Photos Olga Tsjeremnych
Photos Mariëlle van den Bergh
Photos Luca Rezzolla
In this workshop, accompanied by visual artists Mustafa Sener and Susan Kooi, we take on the challenge to imagine what people make in the future. We will clay our only collection of archeofuturistic sculptures, with DAS self-supporting clay, so that everyone can take his or her sculpture with them.
This creates an accessible opportunity to get in touch with the artist in question.
After each workshop, a guided tour of FUTUREARCHEOLOGY and a tasting of healthy homemade pizzas will be offered.
Breed Art is a contemporary art foundation devoted to an intense cultural activity of exhibitions and events programming focused on the presentation of prominent Dutch and international artists who stand out for their commitment to research, originality of expressive media and innovative attitude towards artistic production, installation and performance.
Photos Franco Cavuoto | Olga Tsjeremnych