Gallery talks — 25 Apr 2014
- Entrance price to the museum + 2,50 Public Program fee
- Start in the Schiphol Lounge, tour through exhibition galleries
- 25 Apr 2014, 11 am until 12 pm
- Main language
- Necessary. Send an e-mail to email@example.com, stating your full name, e-mail address, telephone number, and the date of the program you want to attend.
The Stedelijk Museum is delighted to present a new series of Gallery Talks to accompany the exhibition Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up. The speakers of the Gallery Talks are renowned experts in the field of industrial design such as Ingeborg de Roode (curator Marcel Wanders exhibition), BertJan Pot (Studio Bertjan Pot) and Karin Krautgartner & Gabriele Chiave (creative director and senior designer at Marcel Wanders studio).
By inviting well-known designers and curators to organize a tour around a selection of exhibited works on the basis of their own work and expertise, the series of gallery talks offers new perspectives on the exhibition, beyond the historical or thematic narratives of design.
More information about the speakers
Ingeborg de Roode, curator of Marcel Wanders: Pinned Up, studied History of Art at the University of Leiden. Since 2001, she is the curator for industrial design at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. She has organized many temporary exhibits on design and, for the reopening of the Stedelijk Museum in 2012, she co-curated the acclaimed design collection display. She has published on DDR design, the collaboration between designers and industry, the application of new materials and technology, international furniture design and other subjects. Her current research is on furniture in the Amsterdam School Period and contemporary international industrial design.
Bertjan Pot was born in 1975, Nieuwleusen, The Netherlands. After graduating from the Design Academy in 1988 he started working under the name ‘The Monkey Boys’, together with Daniel White. In 2003 Bertjan continued his activities under the name ‘Studio Bertjan Pot’, which is currently located in Schiedam. Bertjan designs mostly interior products. He is fascinated by techniques, textures, structures (often textiles), patterns and colors. Material research is the start of almost every product. His technical interest and creative fantasies are pushing the boundaries of Industrial production. Alongside a lot of self initiated projects and pieces Studio Bertjan Pot is working with companies and Institutions such as Moooi, Arco, Goods, Montis, Feld, Gelderland, Established & Sons, Alturo Alvarez, Richard Lampert, Domestic, Moustache, Museum Boijmans van Beuningen and the AUDAX Textielmuseum Tilburg.