studium generale & rietveld uncut
23 until 26 Mar 2022
Rietveld Uncut and Studium Generale's conference festival will once again take place in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. From 23 to 26 March 2022, urgent questions about our oceans will take centre stage in the exhibition and during the conference.
- For the exhibition (Rietveld Uncut), only a valid museum ticket is necessary. For the conference (Studium Generale), entrance is a valid museum ticket + €3.
- Studium Generale takes place in the Teijin Auditorium. Rietveld Uncut takes place in 0.7, Studio B, and the Entrance hall.
- 23 until 26 Mar 2022, 11 am until 5 pm
- Main language
- Tickets March 23 Tickets March 24 Tickets March 25 Tickets March 26
Studium Generale Rietveld Academie is an extensive theoretical program of the Rietveld Academie. This year, the theme is Oceanic Imaginaries. Based on this theme, students have developed projects that are exhibited in the Rietveld Uncut exhibition. This presentation takes place simultaneously with the concluding conference festival. Making and thinking come together during masterclasses, projects and performances.
The oceans are conceived as entities that feel, remember and connect. In an ecological sense, they are critical zones that demand a shift in our thinking and actions. They are places that harbour suppressed stories of transatlantic trade in enslaved people and boat refugees on the Mediterranean. But the oceans can also be experienced as spaces of transformation and liberation in which new identities and relationships emerge.
Studium Generale conference festival
The four-day conference is a collaboration of Studium Generale curator Jorinde Seijdel with guest curators Stefanie Hessler, Natasha Ginwala & Michelangelo Corsaro, Erika Balsom and Charl Landvreugd. There will be presentations, conversations, screenings and performances by artists, writers, activists and theorists, including Yasmine Attoumane, Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor, Elizabeth DeLoughrey, Köken Ergun, Hira Nabi, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Josèfa Ntjam, Joy Mariama Smith and Tarek Lakhrissi. See also the new website of Studium Generale Rietveld Academie.
Program Oceanic Imaginaries
How can we liquefy our ways of being? How can we think from and with the ocean?
- March 23: Undercurrents. A Journey across Water, Soil, Bodies, Spirits, Technologies, and Time, curated by Stefanie Hessler
Talks, screenings and performances: Elizabeth DeLoughrey, Julien Creuzet, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Josèfa Ntjam & Hugo Mir-Valette
- March 24: Markings and Moorings: Indigo Waves and Other Stories, curated curated by Natasha Ginwala with Michelangelo Corsaro
Talks, screenings and performances: Yvonne Adihambo Owuor, Clara Sukyoung Jo, Brook Andrew, Francesca Savoldi, Zahra Malkani & Syma Tariq, Köken Ergun, Yasmine Attoumane
- March 25: Fluid Labours, curated by Erika Balsom
Talks &screenings: Louis Lumière, Rebecca Meyers, Francisco Rodriquez, Hira Nabi
- March 26, Imagining Liquification, curated by Charl Landvreugd
Talks and performances: Charl Landvreugd, Joy Mariama Smith, Tarek Lakhrissi
Rietveld Uncut Exhibition
For Rietveld Uncut, Rietveld students and departments developed projects under the supervision of curators Tomas Adolfs and Tarja Szaraniec.
In addition to the departments Jewellery - Linking Bodies, the Large Glass, Photography and VAV - moving image, the following students are participating individually: Astrid Ardagh, Olivier Arts & Jill van Grinsven & Jakke Jalink & Lova Yu 鱼立尧 & Inès Vivier, Njaay Mame Saliou Assile & Erin McClain, Kaja Boudewijn, Mara-Luna Brandt Corstius, Dennis Buckland & Aljoscha Lahner, Killian Butler, Sofia Fernandez Blanco, Sigríður Hannesdóttir, Dimme van Harten & Jakob Hodel, Özgür Deniz Koldaş, Ingeborg Kraft Fermin, Paula Megija Kārkliņa, Tobias Mud, Marlies Neugebauer, Karla Nilzen & Aimée Phillips, Siwon Noh, Captain Aurelia Noudelmann & Laetitia Delauney, Colin Oord, Albert Rask, Mie Rygh Reianes, Anton Shebetko, Maud Talma, Lucía Vives & Sam Fuentes, Walking Club, Catherine Zixin Hu & Chaemin Hwang.