P//////AKT

P//////AKT P/////AKT Space for Art

Groenhoedenveem 2, 1019 BL Amsterdam
- entrance at Veemkade -

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From Sunday 21 January our next UP/////DATE by Erica van Loon will be on view at LOSDOK (next door to P/////AKT). Join u...
09/01/2024

From Sunday 21 January our next UP/////DATE by Erica van Loon will be on view at LOSDOK (next door to P/////AKT). Join us for the opening from 16 – 19 hrs!
The project will be open from Thursday 25 January to Sunday 28 January, 14 – 18 hrs.

The Second the Water Wets Your Face, Reflexes of Your Aquatic Ancestors Kick In is an audio work in which Erica van Loon invites listeners to envelop themselves in a sensuous environment where borders between bodies blur. Insides become outsides as her guiding words mix with a detailed soundscape, for which she collaborated with composer Daniel Steiner.

Come lay down your brain and focus on gut feelings.

Relax into a bed large enough to notice from outer space, make new memories, make weightless somersaults and let yourself sink towards a sandy dance floor, with clicking creatures that vibrate your skull.

For this project Van Loon collaborated with composer Daniel Steiner and had Alix de Massiac as her sparring partner throughout developing the script for the spoken text. Sources for the script were among others conversations with (neuro) anatomist Cindy Cleypool, zoologist Tacyana Oliveira and marine ecologist Maarten de Brauwer.

This project has been generously supported by Amsterdam Fund for the Arts, Tijl Fonds – Cultuurfonds and Mondriaan Fund.

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Save the date! On Sunday 21 January will open the solo project JOLT, A long distance lullaby by Vibeke Mascini at P/////...
06/01/2024

Save the date! On Sunday 21 January will open the solo project JOLT, A long distance lullaby by Vibeke Mascini at P/////AKT. Come join us from 16 – 19 hrs!

With JOLT, A long distance lullaby Vibeke Mascini develops a new installation that deepens her ongoing interest into the electric alchemy of distress. For the duration of her exhibition at P/////AKT, she receives the discharge signal of an electric eel residing in the Tennessee Aquarium in Chattanooga, USA , and composes a response in an attempt to offer compassion and comfort in real time.
Involving writing, sound and a series of altered night lights coming from the electric sockets of the exhibition space, Mascini will pay attention to signals of suffering on a global scale while making an attempt to reach out through the ways of the lullaby in a way that is caring at times and desperate at others.


Here are some of our 2023 projects starting in our former space on Zeeburgerpad and followed by our new location at Pakh...
30/12/2023

Here are some of our 2023 projects starting in our former space on Zeeburgerpad and followed by our new location at Pakhuis Wilhelmina! We want to thank all the artists, writers, collaborators, peers, partner organisations, curators, graphic designers, photographers and visitors for their hard work, contribution and support!

Looking forward to welcoming you again on 21 January for Vibeke Mascini’s solo exhibition!

1/ Giulia Cenci – dry salvages – closing event by Johan van Dijke and Nadia de Vries
2/ Reneenee – Mount Meru and the Three Realms by Beng Yuenyong
3/ Rodrigo Hernández – Carrés – closing event by Lisa Plaut and Daphne Huisden
4/ Laurel PS – Lorena Solís Bravo – The guest, the host & the ghost
5/ Brigitte Louter – The model organism and her plastic response
6/ Vincent Verhoef, Ulises Carrión, Christina Li, Martin La Roche – Childhood, love and money
7/ Childhood, love and money – Closing event by Martín La Roche and the Musée Légitime
8/ Jerrold Saija – A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies
9/ Christian Friedrich – Touch Me Not

Photographs by Charlott Markus, Ariane Toussaint, Lorena Solís Bravo, P/////AKT and Chun-Han Chiang.
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Thank you for joining our closing event last Friday! You can order Jerrold Saija’s Special Case via our link in bio.It’s...
24/12/2023

Thank you for joining our closing event last Friday!

You can order Jerrold Saija’s Special Case via our link in bio.

It’s a wrap for this year, see you soon!


Last chance today to see A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija and Touch Me Not...
22/12/2023

Last chance today to see A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija and Touch Me Not by Christian Friedrich. We are open from 14:00! And from 17:00 on, we welcome you to our closing event with drinks and the presentation of Special Case #2.

Special Case #2 was produced for A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies and contains the exhibition poster, hand-out and documentation, a commissioned text by curator Zippora Elders (in conversation with the artist) as well as some very special items that have been added by Saija in relation to his project.
It comes in three versions: a standard box, edition of 25 for €45, a special box containing a limited edition of 4 for €95 and a free pdf download that is available on our website.

Graphic design by Dongyoung Lee
Silkscreen printing by Terry's Screen Printing
To order the Special Case and download the pdf: https://www.pakt.nu/publication/special-case-2-jerrold-saija/

The Special Cases are a new series of dossiers containing texts, documentation and materials functioning as an extension of each solo project. It’s a portable exhibition, thinking space, archive in one, produced as a collectible box. You can still access and order our first Special Case on our website under the page ‘Publications’.

Last days to see Touch Me Not by Christian Friedrich at P/////AKT. We are open from Thursday 14:00-18:00 and on Friday 2...
20/12/2023

Last days to see Touch Me Not by Christian Friedrich at P/////AKT. We are open from Thursday 14:00-18:00 and on Friday 22 December from 17:00, we will welcome you to our closing event!

UP/////DATE: Christian Friedrich – Touch Me Not
Touch Me Not is part of a series of reliefs in which Friedrich exploits and submits to chance by breaking ceramic tiles into pieces, before assembling them into forms and figures on background planes.

The work of Christian Friedrich (b. 1977, Freiburg, Germany) has been shown, among others, at Haus Mödrath, Kerpen, Haus N, Athens, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Cabinet Gallery, London, Chapter Arts Center, Cardiff, NYU, New York, PS120, Berlin, Cobra Museum for Modern Art, Amstelveen, Goethe-Institut Amsterdam, Grazer Kunstverein, De Hallen, Haarlem, De Appel, Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe and Kunsthaus Baselland. In 2017, Friedrich received the Cobra Art Prize.

Photograph by Chun-Han Chiang
Touch Me Not, 2023
Glazed ceramic tiles, wood, dispersion adhesive, grout, lacquer
120,5 x 101,5 x 6,5 cm
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Last days to visit A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija. We are open from Thur...
18/12/2023

Last days to visit A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija. We are open from Thursday 14:00-18:00 and on Friday 22 December from 17:00, we will welcome you to our closing event with drinks and the presentation of Special Case #2.

Photographs by Chun-Han Chiang
maskeke, 21 x 17 x 7cm, sago bark, nylon, glass, bronze, tape, 2023


A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija is on view until 22 December, from Thursd...
12/12/2023

A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija is on view until 22 December, from Thursday to Sunday, 14:00-18:00.

Jerrold Saija focuses on unlearning cycles of harm and suffering caused by colonial history, and its impact on the Moluccan body. In his artistic practice, he draws from oral history, lived experiences, archives, memory, mourning, and the pleasures of the Moluccan body. Saija explores new possibilities around what remains of this history. Media and methods such as photography, sculpting, 3D modelling, rendering, printing, clowning and storytelling are used as tools to reconnect with what has been lost.

From left to right:
what could it mean to be present with eachother across time and space and difference?, variable dimensions, projector, cardboard, polyurethaan, print on plastic, hammer, 2023
clou (clove nails), variable dimensions, bronze, 2023
sago rootings, variable dimensions, plastic, 2023

Photographs by Chun-Han Chiang

A new work by Christian Friedrich is on view at P/////AKT until 22 December alongside our current exhibition. Visit us f...
05/12/2023

A new work by Christian Friedrich is on view at P/////AKT until 22 December alongside our current exhibition. Visit us from Thursday to Sunday, 14:00-18:00.

UP/////DATE: Christian Friedrich – Touch Me Not
Touch Me Not is part of a series of reliefs in which Friedrich exploits and submits to chance by breaking ceramic tiles into pieces, before assembling them into forms and figures on background planes.

The work of Christian Friedrich (b. 1977, Freiburg, Germany) has been shown, among others, at Haus Mödrath, Kerpen, Haus N, Athens, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Cabinet Gallery, London, Chapter Arts Center, Cardiff, NYU, New York, PS120, Berlin, Cobra Museum for Modern Art, Amstelveen, Goethe-Institut Amsterdam, Grazer Kunstverein, De Hallen, Haarlem, De Appel, Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe and Kunsthaus Baselland. In 2017, Friedrich received the Cobra Art Prize.

Photograph by Chun-Han Chiang
Touch Me Not (detail), 2023
Glazed ceramic tiles, wood, dispersion adhesive, grout, lacquer
120,5 x 101,5 x 6,5 cm
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This Saturday, December 2 Elena Khurtova and Anika Schwarzlose will conduct a performative activation at their exhibitio...
30/11/2023

This Saturday, December 2 Elena Khurtova and Anika Schwarzlose will conduct a performative activation at their exhibition Residue, which is currently on view at our old building at Zeeburgerpad 53. The performance will be followed by a conversation with the artists.

The exhibition is on view until December 16 from Thursday to Sunday, 13-18 hrs.

Photo credit: LNDWSTUDIO
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A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija is on view until 22 December. We are open...
29/11/2023

A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija is on view until 22 December. We are open today! Visit us from Thursday to Sunday, 14:00-18:00.

From left to right:
what could it mean to be present with eachother across time and space and difference?, variable dimensions, projector, cardboard, polyurethaan, print on plastic, hammer, 2023
bagai bagea (sharing bagea), activation of sago cookies, 2023
maskeke, 21 x 17 x 7cm, sago bark, nylon, glass, bronze, tape, 2023
arupa, size 38, car tire, plastic, 2020

Photographs by Chun-Han Chiang


24/11/2023
Thank you  for having us and congrats to the laureates of this very special year - we hope to see you again!Images: look...
24/11/2023

Thank you for having us and congrats to the laureates of this very special year - we hope to see you again!

Images: looking at/wearing work by .dufour and .yuan_

🏠  Are you a professional in the field of art/culture, looking for a short term accommodation in Amsterdam? We have a 42...
21/11/2023

🏠 Are you a professional in the field of art/culture, looking for a short term accommodation in Amsterdam? We have a 42m² guest room located in our studio building at Zeeburgerpad 53 – 1019 AB Amsterdam. You can check here the availability for the coming months: https://www.pakt.nu/pakt-accommodation/

The accommodation consists of an open space with:

– sleeping area (double bed and closet)
– living area (double sofa/bed, table and chairs)
– a small built in kitchen (cooking plate, fridge, washing machine, dry machine)
– a separate bathroom with a toilet and shower
and of course there’s wifi

Costs: € 50,00 (excl. VAT) per night for 1 person. Extra person € 10,00 (excl. VAT) per night.
One-time cleaning costs: € 25,00 (excl. VAT).
Minimum stay: 3 nights.
We can apply special rates for longer stays. Please note that this is not a long term housing option.

There might be in-between or last-minute opportunities. For more information about availability, please send an email to: [email protected]
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Thank you all for joining our opening yesterday!A slim band, something that binds, a solo project by Jerrold Saija and t...
20/11/2023

Thank you all for joining our opening yesterday!
A slim band, something that binds, a solo project by Jerrold Saija and the work Touch Me Not by Christian Friedrich are on view until 22 December. Visit us from Thursday to Sunday, 14:00-18:00.

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Sneak peak from A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies, a solo project by Jerrold Saija opening t...
18/11/2023

Sneak peak from A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies, a solo project by Jerrold Saija opening tomorrow at P/////AKT (new location) from 16:00 on!

🌴: In the forests of Maluku, my tale does unfurl,together there, nature and people, they whirl.
Sagu tree’s shield alike, I hide something deep,In Melanesian hearts, my secret they keep.
What am I, this quality strong and yet tender,
A trait in the hearts that no storm can hinder?

🦎: What are you??

🌴: I am soft, and protected by my bark. Do you know what motivated the Dutch Metroxylon Sagu tree to exchange letters with abotanical philosopher?

🦎: Tell me plz.

🌴:They thought these philosophers were skilled at helping plants uncover their ‘root’ issues!

🦎: I love that. I’ve dreamed of settling deeper into my body too.

🌴: Do you know how the uprooted tree felt about being lost?

🦎: Idk.

🌴: It looked for the nearest wifi, just to feel connected.📡

Many thanks to jewelry designer Thom van Schaik

Join our opening on Sunday 19 November, 16:00 to 19:00!UP/////DATE: Christian Friedrich – Touch Me Not will be on view a...
13/11/2023

Join our opening on Sunday 19 November, 16:00 to 19:00!
UP/////DATE: Christian Friedrich – Touch Me Not will be on view alongside the solo exhibition A slim band, something that binds, and a range of frequencies by Jerrold Saija.

P/////AKT is proud to present a brand new work by Christian Friedrich, with whom we previously collaborated in 2011. Touch Me Not is part of a series of reliefs in which he exploits and submits to chance by breaking ceramic tiles into pieces, before assembling them into forms and figures on background planes.

The work of Christian Friedrich (b. 1977, Freiburg, Germany) has been shown, among others, at Haus Mödrath, Kerpen, Haus N, Athens, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Cabinet Gallery, London, Chapter Arts Center, Cardiff, NYU, New York, PS120, Berlin, Cobra Museum for Modern Art, Amstelveen, Goethe-Institut Amsterdam, Grazer Kunstverein, De Hallen, Haarlem, De Appel, Amsterdam, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Städtische Galerie Karlsruhe and Kunsthaus Baselland. In 2017, Friedrich received the Cobra Art Prize.

Next Saturday, November 18 the old  P/////AKT building at Zeeburgerpad will become a partner location for the  Amsterdam...
11/11/2023

Next Saturday, November 18 the old P/////AKT building at Zeeburgerpad will become a partner location for the  Amsterdam Museum, within the current edition of Refresh Amsterdam – ‘War and Conflict’. On display will be the second part of Residue, a spatial installation by artists Elena Khurtova and Anika Schwarzlose, curated by Masha Domracheva.    

Opening at P/////AKT Zeeburgerpad 53 on Saturday 18 November, 17:00 – 21:00.

At 17:30 the artists will activate the exhibition with a 60 minute performance

19 November – 16 December, Thursday – Sunday, 13:00 – 18:00

Elena Khurtova and Anika Schwarzlose see the soil of the Hembrug terrain as a physical archive that tells its own story. They investigated the photographic archive of the Hembrug weapons factory and selected images which depict working conditions, advertisements, and technical documentation. In a series of large textiles, the artists bring these two archives in contact through a photochemical process, called soil chromatography. The polluted soils reveal and transform archival images, both archives interact and collide with each other.

During the exhibition at P/////AKT Zeeburgerpad, these archives will unfold in the space, allowing the audience to physically enter the history of the Hembrug terrain. P/////AKT will be turned into an underground realm, where soil portraits rise above the surface, while below – soils are being moved, cleaned, sterilized, and covered up.

The visual presentation contrasts with a research presentation,which constitutes part of the exhibition. Documents from the Zaans Museum collection, and the factory’s productive history are presented in a timeline, opening up information about its role in geopolitical conflicts.
 
Zeeburgerpad 53,

1019 AB Amsterdam
 
Residue Part 1 within Refresh # 2 — ‘War and Conflict’ is on view in the Amsterdam Museum until February 25, 2024.

The project was made possible by the generous support of the Mondriaan Fonds, AFK, Stichting Stokroos, W. E. Jansen Fonds and Zaans Museum
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Thank you all for coming to our closing event last Sunday! Here are some impressions of the evening.As a finale to Child...
01/11/2023

Thank you all for coming to our closing event last Sunday! Here are some impressions of the evening.

As a finale to Childhood, Love and Money, Martín La Roche presented the Musée Légitime – a museum within a hat. Each artist in the collection contributes a small or immaterial piece that can fit inside the hat while worn by the artist. On various occasions, the artist curates a selection of pieces, tucks them inside the hat, and goes for a walk while wearing the museum. When the opportunity arises, he reveals the pieces one by one, sharing their stories and those of the authors. Currently, there are 172 pieces within eleven museum buildings (hats).
For this closing act, a special selection of pieces paid homage to David Wojnarowicz's "Magic Box." Found beneath the New York artist's bed after his 1992 passing due to AIDS complications, this enigmatic wooden fruit box and its contents, which Wojnarowicz never addressed in his lifetime, serve as the starting point for Martin La Roche's contemplations about childhood memories and q***r space.

Childhood, love and money featured works by Ulises Carrión, Christina Li, Martin La Roche and Vincent Verhoef.

Last day to visit Childhood, love and money. We open at 14:00 from 17:00 we are welcoming you to our closing event. Mart...
29/10/2023

Last day to visit Childhood, love and money. We open at 14:00 from 17:00 we are welcoming you to our closing event. Martín La Roche will present the Musée Légitime – a museum within a hat – through a special selection of pieces paying homage to David Wojnarowicz's "Magic Box." Found beneath the New York artist's bed after his 1992 passing due to AIDS complications, this enigmatic wooden fruit box and its contents, which Wojnarowicz never addressed in his lifetime, serve as the starting point for Martin La Roche's contemplations about childhood memories and q***r space.

Images (from left to right):
Vincent Verhoef, 13, 60x50cm, oil on linen, 2023
Vincent Verhoef, brachiosaurus, 120x100cm, oil on linen, 2023
Martin La Roche, Magic Box #1 (after David Wojnarowicz), 2023
Vincent Verhoef, nummer 2 (rob en nienke), 70x50cm, oil on linen, 2023
Christina Li, Drawing the number eight, 2023

Last week to visit Childhood, love and money. We are open from 14:00 to 18:00 and on Sunday from 17:00 we are welcoming ...
27/10/2023

Last week to visit Childhood, love and money. We are open from 14:00 to 18:00 and on Sunday from 17:00 we are welcoming you to our closing event. Martín La Roche will present the Musée Légitime – a museum within a hat – through a special selection of pieces paying homage to David Wojnarowicz's "Magic Box." Found beneath the New York artist's bed after his 1992 passing due to AIDS complications, this enigmatic wooden fruit box and its contents, which Wojnarowicz never addressed in his lifetime, serve as the starting point for Martin La Roche's contemplations about childhood memories and q***r space.

Images (from left to right):
Vincent Verhoef, nyt, 60x50cm, oil on linen, 2023
Vincent Verhoef, protestant cemetery, 120x120cm, oil on linen, 2023
Vincent Verhoef, hell, 30x30cm, oil on linen, 2021
Ulises Carrión, Playing cards song, 10’02, video, 1983

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22/10/2023

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Come by! We are open from Thursday to Sunday, 14:00 to 18:00.Childhood, love and money is on view until 29 October.With ...
14/10/2023

Come by! We are open from Thursday to Sunday, 14:00 to 18:00.
Childhood, love and money is on view until 29 October.
With works by Ulises Carrión, Christina Li, Martin La Roche and Vincent Verhoef.

From left to right:
Ulises Carrión, Playing cards song, 10’02, video, 1983
Vincent Verhoef, 13, 60x50cm, oil on linen, 2021
Vincent Verhoef, brachiosaurus, 120x100cm, oil on linen, 2023
Martin La Roche, Magic Box #1 (after David Wojnarowicz), 2023

On view in our bookshop alondside Childhood, love and money! Come by to browse, we are open from Thursday to Sunday 14:0...
12/10/2023

On view in our bookshop alondside Childhood, love and money! Come by to browse, we are open from Thursday to Sunday 14:00 to 18:00.

Good Neighbour (GN) is a research platform based in Amsterdam since 2017, run by Martin La Roche, Dongyoung Lee and Valeria Marchesini. GN defines itself primarily as a community of readers who share a communal interest for books seen as performative tools. By exploring the relationships between the different elements that constitute a book – such as text, image, caption, index – GN aims to find new perspectives on what a book could be, also in relation to other books. These ongoing findings are presented through tables, displays, new publications and exhibitions. The name ‘Good Neighbour’ is inspired by Aby Warburg’s ‘Law of the Good Neighbour’, a continuous system of thematic and serendipitous arrangements between books in a library. GN doesn’t seek to build a library, it makes time for appreciating existing ones.

On 29 October Good Neighbour Martin La Roche will perform/present Musée Légitime for Childhood, love and money, 2023 during the closing event of the exhibition.

Publications

– Daniel Godínez Nivón, The Minga of the Birds of the Dawn, 2023, €14
– Martín La Roche, KCH (Origami Therapy), 2022, €10
– Ilse van Rijn, SUSU, 2021. (Available in NL and EN), €12 for both, €7,50 for one
– Maartje Fliervoet, Correspondances, 2021, €12,50.
– Dongyoung Lee, English (100 Indexes), with contributions by Martijn in ‘t Veld and Martín La Roche, 2018, €15
– Jacqueline Machado de Souza and Martín La Roche, Synecdotheque, 2018, €15

P/////AKT has moved its program to a new location, but the old building at Zeeburgerpad will still be functioning and pr...
04/10/2023

P/////AKT has moved its program to a new location, but the old building at Zeeburgerpad will still be functioning and provide space for studios and projects for as long as it can.

In November and December the exhibition space will be taken over by artists Anika Schwarzlose and Elena Khurtova. During that period, the space will function under the name P/////AKT Zeeburgerpad. Curated by Masha Domracheva, the exhibition will present the second part of their new project Residue first initiated within Refresh Amsterdam #2 War & Conflict.

The project will offer critical research into the grounds of the former weapons factory Artillerie-Inrichtingen Hembrug, which opened in Zaandam in 1912. The state-owned company dedicated most of its resources to the production of weapons and ammunition, used far away from Amsterdam in the Dutch East Indies colonial wars, causing suffering that is hard to quantify. The factory closed its doors in 2003, and in order to revive Hembrug for civilian use, in 2012 the redevelopment of the abandoned site was started.

The artists will present the results of their research on factory archival materials and visual experimentation with soil remediation techniques in two venues, from October 7 at the Amsterdam Museum and November 19 at P/////AKT Zeeburgerpad.

More info here: https://www.pakt.nu/2023/residue/

Thank you all for joining our opening yesterday!Childhood, love and money with works by Ulises Carrión, Christina Li, Ma...
02/10/2023

Thank you all for joining our opening yesterday!
Childhood, love and money with works by Ulises Carrión, Christina Li, Martin La Roche and Vincent Verhoef is on view until 29 October. Visit us from Thursday to Sunday, 14:00-18:00.

Join us from 16:00 this Sunday 1 October for the opening of Childhood, love and money, featuring works by the historical...
29/09/2023

Join us from 16:00 this Sunday 1 October for the opening of Childhood, love and money, featuring works by the historical conceptual artist Ulises Carrión, curator and writer Christina Li, and artists Martin La Roche and Vincent Verhoef.

Of emperor Nero dressed in green
it is said
that he watched the chariot races
through an emerald
to protect his eyes
against the sun.
Of medieval scribes centuries later
it is said
that they rested their eyes
from copying their manuscripts
by staring at an emerald.

The exhibition’s title draws upon associations with the colour green. Over the centuries the colour green has been linked to various transient aspects of life: childhood, love, hope, luck, play, chance and money. Historically greens remained chemically unstable, in painting, in dyes and in meanings. While the colours would gradually lose their vibrancy, our associations with them would undergo a transformation. This unstable nature of the colour green might provide a loose and flexible framework to think about the works presented in the show.

Video still from ‘Playing Cards Song’, Ulises Carrión, 1983, 10'02''
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P/////AKT is a non-profit exhibition space for contemporary art that organizes and facilitates large scale solo presentations through which the audience gets the opportunity to gain insight in the thinking space of the artists.

P/////AKT provides a platform for exceptional, emerging artistic talents, who distinguish themselves through their unique and authentic language and who are capable of giving a different view on the current way of thinking. They are stimulated to work out new developments and are given the opportunity to present their work to a relevant audience. Furthermore, P/////AKT always asks the artists to produce new work that relates to the specific nature and dimensions of the given space and to present their own mental space as an overall presentation within the given context.

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