gallery talks

David Jablonowski
5 Oct 2012

c) Peter Lipton
c) Peter Lipton

Location: Schiphol Hal (entrance hall)
Language: English
Entrance: Visitors only pay entrance to the museum (special discounts apply).
Reservations: It is necessary to make a reservation. Send an e-mail to, stating your full name, e-mail address, telephone number, and the date of the event for which you want to reserve a seat.

After the museum reopens, the Stedelijk will continue the series stedelijk|gallery talks, in which well-known scientists, artists, curators, and critics organize a tour around a selection of exhibited works in the museum on the basis of their own expertise and background.

David Jablonowski, visual artist, will give a Gallery Talk in the afternoon.

More information about the speaker:

David Jablonowski moved from Germany to Amsterdam in 2007, where he graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld Academy and participated in De Ateliers studio program until 2009. In 2011 he participated in International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), New York. In his work, Jablonowski examines the surface and the evolution of contemporary communication technologies. In the form of sculptures, videos and installations, he focuses on the development of language as a technically reproducible code and aesthetic production with regard to the communication of knowledge and information. His artistic interest is on the sculptural quality of communication techniques as well as the specific aesthetics of different historical media formats, which make a long- term impact on perception and cultural self-conception. Recent solo exhibitions include Blue Greens, Westfalischer Kunstverein Munster; user, Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam; Many to Many (Stone Carving High Performance), Dallas Contemporary, USA; 1.33:1, Hard Copy Display Sequences, Multi Channel Projection at Bloombergspace London; Material Kontingenz at Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam, Amsterdam and Perfection Simple Way at Gallery Luettgenmeijer. Group exhibitions include Monumentalism, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Dutch Identity?, De Paviljoens, Almere; After Architects, Kunsthalle Basel, Basel; Woodman, Woodman, Spare That Tree, Gallery Luettgenmeijer, Berlin.