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20.01 - 10.03.23

What My Hands Know

Group show curated by Charlotte Eta Mumm & Sara Bjarland. With: Helen Dowling, Alex Farrar, Janina Frye, Ceel Mogami de Haas, Christine Moldrickx, Emmeline de Mooij, Charlotte Mumm, Benjamin Roth, Evita Vasiljeva, Dieke Venema.

The group exhibition centers around the work of twelve artists working and living in the Netherlands or its vicinity. The artists all have a process-based way of working where intuition, tactility, and an unconventional approach to materials are central. The title refers to embodied knowledge and to hands as a channel or translator between the internal and external world.

Address: Arti et Amicitiae in Amsterdam, Rokin 112, 1012 LB Amsterdam

Opening times: Tuesday - Sunday 12:00 -18:00h.

PUBLIC PROGRAM
 

Guided tours with the curators and artists
Sunday 22 January 2023 15.00
Sunday 19 February 2023, 15.00

Image - Arti et Amicitiae in Amsterdam, Rokin 112, 1012 LB Amsterdam, NL

Arti et Amicitiae in Amsterdam, Rokin 112, 1012 LB Amsterdam, NL

Thursday 9 February 2023, 19.00-22.00 Het Logeermatras

Instructies voor het maken van onderduikkunst voor thuis (The Guest Mattress, Instructions for Making ‘Hiding Art’ For Your Home) Workshop and short lecture by Emmeline de Mooij Language: English/Dutch, RSVP arti@arti.nl

Thursday 16 February 2023, 19.00-22.00

An evening on artist books, with Gabriele Franziska Götz and Martín La Roche

Image - Creahm collaboration, Fribourg - CH, Picture by Romano Riedo

Creahm collaboration, Fribourg - CH, Picture by Romano Riedo

Work in Progress

COLLECTIVE EMBROIDERY
“AU BOUT DU FIL”

CREAHM is an atelier based in Fribourg, Switzerland that offers mentally and physically disabled people the opportunity to exploit their creative talents; to work in an atelier, to exhibit and sell artwork like any other artist. Creahm invited me to collaborate with 7 artists from the CREAHM (Pascal & Guy Vonlanthen, Jean-Yves Masset, Bernard Grandgirard, Rémy Vuillème, Emilie Frosio and Géraldine Piller). We created together a giant embroidery (5.2 m long and 1.5 m wide) on an embroidery machine in St. Gallen (CH). Resulting from research into the theme of writing (“text / textile”).

The project will be exhibited Fribourg in Septermber 2023.

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Image - The book will be part of Valiz’s Spring/Summer 2023 release

The book will be part of Valiz’s Spring/Summer 2023 release

Work in Progress

Book: RADICAL FASHION EXERCISES

I am happy to be part of the book: Radical Fashion Exercises. The book contains a copious collection of bottom-up activities, prompts, and workshops designed by contributors (from all around the globe), who explore fashion in an extended field. Designers, curators, artists, educators, fashion practitioners, DIY home sewers, students, and other creatives responded to the book’s open call with contributions that challenge how to practice fashion and reflect on its systems, politics and economics.

The book will be part of Valiz’sSpring/Summer 2023 release, exciting!
EDITORS Laura Gardner,Daphne Mohajer va Pesaran

Image - Have Faith: exhibtion in dialogue with Musée d’art et d’histoire MAHF Fribourg, CH

Have Faith: exhibtion in dialogue with Musée d’art et d’histoire MAHF Fribourg, CH

01.09.2023 – 24.03.2024

HAVE FAITH

Upcoming solo show in dialogue with Musée d’art et d’histoire MAHF. Museum für Kunst und Geschichte Freiburg
Address: Rue de Morat 12, CH-1700 Fribourg

Opening: 31.08.2023

PRESS

Article in kM 123 (kunstenaarsmateriaal) 2022 (Text in Dutch)
Taiwan Art Magazine, Artist (since 1975) 2022
Article in St.Galler Tagblatt: Fünf Meter gestickte Ostschweizer Textilgeschichte (Text in German)
Article in Saiten: Der Faden des Schicksals (Text in German)
Article in Saiten: Textilkultur Revisited Download here (Text in German)
Article in Swiss magazine hochparterre.ch , Download here (Text in German)
Interview in tique.art: Six Questions: Stéphanie Baechler
Article in Kunstbulletin 4-2019 about exhibtion at Spazio Lampo, Chiasso CH (Text in Italian)
Granary Interview: The Joy of Learning: Shift is making the creative process fun again