I started my three month residency at het Vijfde Seizoen in Den Dolder last month. I will be writing, developing new work and introducing many people to the PUK* project at this amazing location for the next months. https://www.vijfde-seizoen.nl/nl/news/2553
PUK* Bill will be screening at Filmhuis Den Haag as part of the Show/no show program that is curated by Manon Bovenkerk on Saturday the 11th of May. https://www.filmhuisdenhaag.nl/agenda/event/show-no-show
Various new works from the PUK* project will be shown during the Rijksakademie OPEN along side amazing work by 45 other residents. Come have a look on the 24th until the 27th of November. http://rijksakademieopen.nl/
The first public encounter with PUK* is possible in the Amsterdamse bos as part of Cure Park. The project will be running as a public experiment from the 29th of June until the 2nd of July 2017. Please make sure to book a place at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During Survial Kit 8 I will be showing the video piece A Brief History of the Damagomi Group as well as a number of artefacts from the Damagomi Archive. In addition to this, an attempt will be made to reconstruct a Damagomi experiment using apparatus from the collection of the Museum of the History of Medicine Riga. The exhibition runs from the 8th to the 25th of Spetember in Riga. More info here.
The Damagomi Project, a solo show at Nest in The Hague.
The most comprehensive overview of the project to date including a number of major new works.
17th January to 1st March 2015
Opening on the 17th of January at 16:00.
Stay posted for events and lectures during the exhibition run.
De Constant Rebecqueplein 20b
2518 RA Den Haag
Further info here: http://nestruimte.nl/nl/nu
Screening of The Richest Family; the Early Episodes as part of Rencontres International festival.
Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
June 7th 2014 5pm as part of the Confrontations program
Lost and Found: Elisheva Biernoff and Floris Schönfeld
di Rosa, Napa
February 22 to April 27 2014
This exhibition presents work by two Bay Area-based artists who share a fascination with the overlooked and the unfamiliar. Elisheva Biernoff investigates possible narratives through trompe l’oeil renderings of found and invented artifacts such as postcards and vintage photographs. Floris Schönfeld explores lost histories and the realm of belief through multifaceted research and installation. Together their work infuses wonder to the unknown, questions the relationship between the uncanny and the authentic, and invites discovery.
more information on the di Rosa website.