Mapping infrastructure for Contemporary Art in Caribbean Insular

2020-01-10T12:44:52+00:00

  I am working on a publication based on my research mapping the infrastructure for contemporary art in the Caribbean Insular. The research was done in the region from November 2017 till May 2019.   My writing period (August 2019 until June 2020) is in part made possible by Mondriaanfonds (Visual Art Fund for the [...]

MAMMON exhibition 28 June – 29 July 2018

2018-08-31T20:05:50+00:00

We live in Capitalism. Its power seems inescapable. So did the divine right of kings. Any human power can be resisted and changed by human beings. Resistance and change often begin in art. Ursula K. Le Guin (1929 – 2018) Artists: Ewan Atkinson, Gildo Bavchevicz, La Vaughn Belle, Christopher Cozier & Darko Škrobonja, Tanja Deman, [...]

DNA of Water (2017)

2017-09-02T16:36:36+00:00

DNA of Water For centuries now, we crossed waters and borders around the globe for different (un)compelling reasons: curiosity, economic gain, calamities, religion, war, leisure, knowledge and personal gain. Traditionally water has functioned as a border to prevent others from entering a space. Utopia, the ideal society set on an island, it serving as a [...]

CBK Zuidoost exhibitions (2011 – 2016)

2017-09-02T16:37:09+00:00

Guest curator for Centrum voor Beeldende Kunsten (CBK) in Amsterdam. UNLAND 8 September – 22 October, 2016 The inspiration for UNLAND is my personal wonder about the (in)ability of society to reflect and evolve. How do we relate to each other in a society? How sustainable, diserable and tenable is homogeneity autonomy and austerity? These [...]

25 Years Contemporary Art in Suriname (2016)

2017-09-02T16:37:39+00:00

25 Years Contemporary Art in Suriname through the eyes of Sasha Dees   Next thursday-night feature in Readytex Art Gallery will be on March 3rd, 2016 and will be on display until late March. Again a special exhibition organized by an international guest curator for the program. This time Sasha Dees, arts and culture professionals [...]