【Time】27th March (Sunday) 15:30 - 17:30. 【Location】iii workspace, Willem Dreespark 312, Den Haag 【Invited artists】 Heidi Vogels (NL),Reinaart Vanhoe (NL), Emily Shin-Jie Lee(TW), Julia Wilhelm(NL)
What is your idea of a collective? Do you know your neighborhood well? How is our society changing during the pandemic and how can we think about collectives and neighborhoods from a virtual perspective? This time PANT Public #6 invites four artists and cultural practitioners reinaart vanhoe, Emily Shin-Jie Lee, Julia Wilhelm and Heidi Vogels to present their work followed by a panel discussion moderate by Yun Lee. During this event, we invite everyone to experience a virtual space , please bring your laptop with you if you can.
𝙋𝘼𝙉𝙏 𝙋𝙪𝙗𝙡𝙞𝙘 #6 藝術/社群/影響力 你對於社群有何看法？對於同個社區的鄰居，你們相互熟識嗎？因疫情而超展開的虛擬交流又對於社群有著怎樣的改變呢？台荷藝集邀請了四位藝術家，包括Emily Shin-Jie Lee 李欣潔、Julia Wilhelm 、Heidi Vogels、Reinaart Vanhoe與我們分享他們與社區、社群相關的藝術計畫。
Reinaart van Hoe Born in 1972, in Beveren-Leie, a small village in Belgium, Reinaart van Hoee grew his hair long. He gave supporters of football clubs the pleasure of yelling: "There is a girl on the pitch!" In Rotterdam, where he has lived since 2001, he played for a Turkish club. In 2004, he brought his Indonesian friends from ruangrupa (2000) to the club to meet the Dutch-Indonesian trainer. reinaart vanhoe studied audio-visual design in Ghent and Tilburg, and attended the Rijksakademie, Amsterdam, from 1999 to 2000. Since 2002, he has taught at the WDKA, Rotterdam. reinaart vanhoe's current focus is the concept of neighboring, or how to speak and build together. His practice takes shape through education, installations, collaborations, books, and videos. His book Also-Space (2016) looks into an understanding of art for a citizen-scene through Indonesian art practices. Although he should work harder and be more dedicated, reinaart vanhoe exhibits regularly, both in and outside the art world. Recent shows include: Zo stel ik het met voor, Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam (2016); #Speakeraktif, Jatiwangi Art Factory, Jatiwangi (2017/18), The Problem with Value, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow (2017), ondertussen, Speeltuin Tarwewijk, Rotterdam (2020).
Heidi Vogels / Filmmaker, AiR Platform NL coordinator Heidi Vogels (1978, NL) is an Amsterdam-based artist, filmmaker, and organizer. Since her graduation from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in 2000, she has applied photography, film, and other forms of research. She explored heterotopic spaces, specifically the garden, in a film project in the medina of Fez, and in the oases of Tighmert in Morocco. Currently, she continues these lines of research with Garden Collectives, a collaborative program through which she explores ‘other spaces’ in the city together with colleagues and participants in Amsterdam Nieuw-West (city district). The Garden Collectives program is connected with Bureau Postjesweg, a new art space she co-initiated and developed in Amsterdam Nieuw-West and which opened last year. Earlier she co-directed and developed Cracking the Frame Presents, an irregular program of screenings, talks, and events in Amsterdam, investigating the connections between documentary film and visual arts. Her work has been presented at Quartair in The Hague, Jut Art Museum in Taipei, Appartement 22 in Rabat, Institut Francais in Fez, LE18 in Marrakech, and Bureau Postjesweg in Amsterdam. In March will open a solo presentation at Tent in Rotterdam as part of the project Joined Narratives by curator Mariska van den Berg.
Julia Wilhelm is a Fine Art student enthusiastic about writing, interdisciplinary research and creating platforms and infrastructures for coming together. Next to her long-term research project on sleep, she is interested in collectivity and self-organizing, for example as part of the student-led climate collective SPIN, or in the research group Autonomy Lab. With SPIN she is working on a magazine about the climate crisis, from an intersectional, transdisciplinary point of view. Since autumn 2021 the SPIN collective is building up a rooftop garden on top of the Willem de Kooning Art Academy in Rotterdam which is accompanied by a student-led program including workshops and lectures. She is part of the group project Cooking Something Up, that explores reproductive work, non-institutional ways of studying, and embodied knowledge through cooking and eating together. As a student assistant at Willem de Kooning’s Research Station she organizes reading and writing clubs and is involved in building up a lexicon of art and design research methods. Since February 2021 she is working on the publication Art for and with a Citizen Scene together with Emily Shin-Jie Lee and reinaart vanhoe.
Emily Shin-Jie Lee is a cultural practitioner from Taiwan, currently based in Amsterdam. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from National Taiwan University and obtained her research master’s degree in Art Studies from the University of Amsterdam with a thesis examining artist-in-residencies in ethnographic museums from a decolonial perspective and their implications for institutional and social change. Her work explores collaborative art practices and the diverse ways of art as a democratic form of learning and living together. Emily is one of the founding members of Lightbox, a public photo library and center for contemporary photography in Taipei; and co-founder of Hide & Seek Audiovisual Art, a multidisciplinary collective focusing on cultural mediation through artistic means. She joined Framer Framed in 2020, a platform for contemporary art, visual culture, critical theory and practice. At Framer Framed she works on research, partnerships and residencies program. She is currently involved in several collaborative projects working at the intersections of art, activism, and academia.
PANT Public #6 is presented by iii with financial support from Creative Industries Fund NL and The Municipality of The Hague.