SEP 11, 2021 to JAN 09, 2022
Centraal Museum Utrecht, NL
Agnietenstraat 1, 3512 XA, Utrecht
Gardens have appealed to our imagination for centuries. We associate them with harmonious bliss, a place to witness the cycle of life and death, a place of contemplation, and a refuge from the worries and cares of daily life. And certainly in these times of being cooped up at home, there is a strong desire to have one’s own bit of greenery.
The botanical revolution, on the necessity of art and gardening is the story of the garden as a fertile source of inspiration for artists. Throughout the centuries, artists, writers, poets and philosophers have described, depicted and defined the garden in constantly changing ways. Gerrit Komrij – whose 1990 Huizinga lecture is the source of the exhibition title – described how, for much of history, the idea of the garden was closely interrelated with changing mentalities and intellectual controversies. Gardens remain a rich source of inspiration for contemporary art, though the prevailing theme is no longer romantic longing but a call to reshape our relationship with the earth. How do today’s artists reflect on themes such as primeval paradise, vegetable gardens, botany and climate change? Surprising classic and modern examples reveal the deep roots of the exhibition’s themes.
Derk Alberts, Maria Thereza Alves, Yael Bartana, Jurgen Bey, Juliette Blightman, Abraham Bloemaert, Johannes Bosschaert, Ambrosius Bosschaert de Jonge, Andrea Büttner, Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukács, Sara Sejin Chang (Sara van der Heide), CPR (Charlotte Rooijackers), Meester van Delft, Jeremy Deller, Elspeth Diederix, Stan Douglas, Albrecht Dürer, Cecile Espinasse, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Vincent van Gogh, Lungiswa Gqunta, Hendrick Goltzius, Rumiko Hagiwara, Saskia Noor van Imhoff, Patricia Kaersenhout, Tetsumi Kudo, Herman Justus Kruyder, Jort van der Laan, Hans van Lunteren & Ienke Kastelein, Kerry James Marshall, meester van Paulus en Barnabas, Maria Sibylla Merian, Maria Pask, Otto van Rees, Willem de Rooij, Roelant Saverij, Jennifer Tee, Henk Wildschut.
NIAS’ 50th anniversary
Conference on Study of Belonging
9th – 11th June 2021 (online)
Multiple #5 – Manifesto
by Rumiko Hagiwara and Bea McMahon
Multiple Choice make multiples that fit perfectly into an A4 sized cardboard box.
Multiple Choice is making a manifesto.
Multiple Choice is making a font with which to write the manifesto.
Multiple Choice refer to themselves with the pronoun “I” and also their font is made up with only the letter “I”.
When “I” inhale it is with the sound of “I” in Japanese meaning love, and when I exhale there is a sensation of the green hue of a yew tree.*
*Letters in the Irish alphabet correspond to tree species and “I” is Ioga which is the lovely yew tree.
Multiple Choice is
I am Manifesto.
Pick one! (all the “I”s are for sale)
VAN ZIJLL LANGHOUT/CONTEMPORARY ART
From 25th November until 16th January
1015 GG AMSTERDAM
OPEN: WEDNESDAY – SATURDAY / 10AM – 5PMAND BY APPOINTMENT
Contact: +31 (0)6 28 259 620
This invisible thing
UV-pen on paper, UV-pen, in leftover frame
– signed with UV -pen on the back –
“…In her art practice Rumiko Hagiwara (1979, Japan) reveals the poetry of the unseen, and ordinary. She uses light as a brush to highlight what is hidden in the dark, and poses the dark caused by shadow as an object of reflection.
The concept of visibility versus invisibility and how language translates the unseen, is a re-curing theme in her art works, consisting of photography, installations, videos and drawings. In a subtle and humorous manner Hagiwara plays within her manner of display with the exhibition dogma’s of western art history, turning the dusty and ordinary into something more sparkling.
The concept of an invisible virus dominating human interaction world wide has inspired Hagiwara to make a new series of ‘invisible drawings’. A series based on the size of left over frames in her studio found when cleaning up – like all of us – during the lock down earlier this year. What started as an idea for a doodle-like drawing of running horses seen from different angles, got lost in the act of drawing with the invisible lines from a UV-pen. Becoming what is only visible when exposing the drawing to UV-light, eventually disappearing forever in the passing of time in the brightness of light …..”
Stichting Wim de Haag – Foundation
From September 2020
Art o Rama, Immaterial Salon – Marseille 2020
with Althuis Hofland Fine Art
Open 28th August till 13 September 2020
Featuring “Dina from Egypt”
The three-day symposium In the pause of a gesture there might be an echo, which was due to take place from May 1 to May 3, 2020, would have examined artistic affiliations with heritage in a European context through a lively exchange of all kinds of understandings, perceptions, and experiences. The main feature of our symposium was to be interconnection and cooperation: “to allow for various practices from the cultural domain to touch each other and to move from their own fields of interests.” We were looking forward to everyone meeting and mingling and differing or fusing into new collaborations. The spread of COVID-19 interrupted the process and steered instantly all movements. Like everybody, we had to readjust. We decided, quite briskly, to move the symposium from the wonderful space of puntWG to an online environment. In a “mail to all,” without offering a clear structure or time frame, we asked the participants to rework their prepared presentations for an online format. Then the questions came pouring in. The practical and contextual questions of our participants urged us to put into words the process we were submerged in.
Alena Alexandrova / Nataša Bodrožić / Jeroen Boomgaard / Yane Calovski / Doplgenger / Marjoca de Greef / Rumiko Hagiwara / Hristina Ivanoska
/ Sarah van Lamsweerde / Aram Lee / Luiza Margan / Anastasija Pandilovska / Antonis Pittas / Ivana Vaseva / Richtje Reinsma
The symposium In the pause of a gesture there might be an echo is organized by Suns and Stars and curated by Anastasija Pandilovska and Marjoca de Greef.
– Artist in residency in Rio de Janeiro / Brazil
March – August 2020
28 Sep – 5 Jan 2020
Opening: Friday September 27, 5pm
1093 KS Amsterdam
Mehraneh Atashi, Milena Bonilla, Irene de Craen, Rumiko Hagiwara, Aram Lee, Arvo Leo, Natasha Papadopoulou, Thomas Swinkels, Remco Torenbosch, Sissel Marie Tonn, Marieke Zwart.
Elsewheres Within Here, investigates what we welcome, refuse, or overlook in marking the boundaries of spaces we call ‘home’ – our bodies, houses, and countries. The exhibition presents works by eleven artists, all of whom are based in the Netherlands, and yet each comes from or thinks with places beyond. The works gather stories around errant movements of plants, animals, objects, and symbols across different cultures and times, and through unexpected intimacies.
Curator Jo-Lene Ong refers to knowledge and languages of the region she comes from, by framing the exhibition through the Malay word ‘tanah-air’; a term that is similar to the notion of ‘homeland’ but also connects with notions of both land (tanah) and water (air), thus suggesting a more elemental and fluid sense of belonging.
Water flows through this exhibition as a connecting medium that brings different worlds into relation, and as a metaphor to experience ourselves less as isolated entities but as watery bodies traversing space and time.
The exhibition borrows its title from the critically acclaimed book Elsewhere, Within Here: Immigration, Refugeeism and the Boundary Event (2012) by renowned filmmaker, feminist and post-colonial thinker Trinh T. Minh-ha*. Working through scenes of travel across national borders, Minh-ha addresses perennial and yet ever more pressing questions such as who is welcomed where? And, what does it mean to feel out of place in a country you call home?
*The name Framer Framed is derived from a work by Trinh T. Minh-ha.
Althuis Hofland Fine Arts
1 June – 6 July 2019
Opening 1 June 17:00
‘Mono/ Butsu’ is a new sound installation by Rumiko Hagiwara based on a Japanese Character that found its origin in China, meaning “object” however by its travel through time and borders new connotations were added to the character. Within the installation Hagiwara reads out loud its multiple interpretations, varying from “something” to “nothing”. The work of Rumiko Hagiwara focuses on the subtle and ordinary things from our daily life. The artist’s minimal interventions do not add, but rather address and point out the memories that space or language contains as a result of human action and behaviour, or how migration of the body or the object/ word from its original context often leads to misunderstandings. Nevertheless simultaneously these renewed readings give glance to the ordinary, and highlight the poetry of the traces of daily life. Alongside ‘Mono/ Butsu’ the artist also shows the outdoor intervention “Weed”, containing a Wikipedia text on a Hortus-like plate about ‘Weed’ installed next to bits of weed in between the tiles in front of the gallery. Descripted as ‘A plant in the wrong place’; unintentionally poetic and metaphoric for the right wing rhetoric of these times. Nothing, becoming something.
BELLYBUTTON – A Transcontinental apology
Performance event on 2nd February 2019
with Jo-Lene Ong and Bea McMahon
On 19th October 2018 in AYUMI GALLERY CAVE in Tokyo presents performances by the artists Rumiko Hagiwara (Japan), and Bea McMahon (Ireland), alongside a 15 minute film program compiled from the artists’ short film works in the screening room of CAVE gallery.
Bea will perform Aftermath inspired by the tale of St. Brendan of Clonfert, a 5th century Irish monk who sailed the Atlantic following his desire to find the Land of Promise of the Saints. The performance follows the structure of the medieval tale that juxtaposes discrete parts according to a symmetric principle in order to suggest a larger whole. It brings attention to what can be situated in bodies versus what are the structures that orchestrate their social relations.
Rumiko will show the lecture performance Ghost in silence that is describing the meaning, and misreading of humour when crossing cultural boundaries, following the concept of migration, misunderstandings and the displacement of her own sense of Japanese humour within a western (art) context.
Central to both works are themes of translation or transformation. Both performances use the prostate human figure as a hinge for the dislocation of reality through which a defamiliarizing moment is created to expose the arbitrary foundations of social order.
Both artists spent two years in residency at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. After this intense experience they remained in Amsterdam and are active as professional contemporary artists there. Amsterdam’s art scene is very international and has a quality of permissiveness that brought new influences to their art practices.
They have already collaborated on a number of projects. Bea makes a zine, SIC Intertrashional to which Rumiko contributed a cartoon horse for issue #3 RACE, Winter 2016. Also they are both choreographers and composers in the lip-synching pop performance franchise Dina from Egypt.
10.19 (Fri) , 2018
19:00 Open door
19:00~ Short films
※パフォーマンスは約 1 時間を予定しております。パフォーマンス終了後に再度、ショートフィルム作品の上映も予定しております
Entrance : Free
Language : Japanese/English
会場: AYUMI GALLERY CAVE (※高橋ビル地下2F)
協力: Mondriaan Fund
2018/10/12 ～11/4 ※会期中の金土日のみ12日間
#1 THE HAMMOCK
Philipp Gufler, Pablo Pijnappel, Rumiko Hagiwara, amongst others.
Juliette Jongma Gallery
Gerard Doustraat 128a
1073 VX Amsterdam
open Wednesday – Saturday, 1-6pm
Friday the 20th at 18:00
as part of Front Space #1 – The Hammock
Front Space #1 – The Hammock presents a series focusing on the artist book as an artwork in its own right. The leisure time furniture functions as a platform from which on a weekly base artists read from their publication. Coinciding with the reading a work by each artist will be installed. In order of appearance a group exhibition will arise. Invited are Philipp Gufler, Pablo Pijnappel, AnnaMaria Pinaka and Rumiko Hagiwara.
For this reading Rumiko Hagiwara and Jeanine Hofland will read from their book 111 (50%) copies of A4 paper & other titles. The book can be considered as an artist book, as a poem spread over the pages of the book or as an ordinary notebook serving as a void for thoughts. The reading is followed by a live screening of Ghost in Silence. In addition to this Hagiwara will install the work Drawing in Silence.
Jeanine Hofland was Hagiwara’s gallerist from 2010 till 2016. Currently Hofland works for De Bruin-Heijn Art Collection/Quetzal Art Centre, Spring Performance Festival and as an independent curator and writer.
For the full press release click here.
Presentation of video performance ‘Ghost in silence’ in one-night dance and visual art event.
With NEVER WALK ALONE CC Strombeek and workspacebrussels present a series of 4 evenings where young choreographers hit the stage to share their work and travel stories with you. In dialogue with young visual artists and culinary interventions, these evenings promise to become a discovery of the intercultural wealth of Brussels as a crossroad in Europe and the world.
On 8th Thursday, February 2018 / 20:30 ~
Yumi Osanai & Boryana Todorova – Trepkodune
Yurie Umamoto – HRXLPNCX.C
Rumiko Hagiwara (JP/NL) – Ghost in silence
Meggy Rustamova (BE) – Light Displacement
Kosi Hidama (JP) – Ceremony
Ticket: 5 euro
Art project in the lobby of CC Strombeek.
1853 Strombeek-Bever, Belgium
From 12.01.2018 till 16.03.2018
Solo show at Van Zijll Langhout / Contemporary Art
24th November 2017 – 27th Jan 2018
Open Wed-Sat (10:00 ~ 17:00)
1015 GG Amsterdam
Opening; Friday 24th November, from 13 ~ 21h.
Drawing of ambiguity, 2017, pencil on paper, 40 x 30 cm
As an outsider to the Netherlands, Japanese artist Rumiko Hagiwara (1979) uses the misreadings and misconceptions she encounters in her daily life as an important source of reference in her art. She reveals the factual misalignment between what is there, what we see and what we say. For this exhibition, Hagiwara has created new work highlighting humorous situations displaced from their Asian context which have gotten lost in translation and take on new meaning.
composed by Jeanine Hofland.
Book launch & karaoke party; Sunday 26th November, from 17 ~ 20h.
at Van Zijll Langhout / Contemporary Art
1015 GG Amsterdam
‘111 (50%) copies of A4 paper & other titles by Rumiko Hagiwara’ (Japan, 1979) is a book that includes solely titles and 111 pieces of A5 paper. It serves as a poetic manual to Hagiwara’s art practice, which playfully uses the parameters of the book format to visualize the works the titles refer to, and can be used as a note, doodle or sketch book simultaneously. The book is composed by Jeanine Hofland.
After the launch, you are welcome to stay for a karaoke party.
*New work Ghost in silence will be shown as a performance version at FOW(Filosofie oost-west).
With Rumiko Hagiwara, Rosa Johanna
and a lecture by Woei Lien Chong
Moderator: Laurens Landeweerd
Emptiness and Infinite Space II will take place on 23rd November
2017 at Arti et Amicitiae and will consist of works by Rumiko Hagiwara, Rosa Johanna and lecture by Woei Lien Chong. The event will look at the concept of emptiness through texts by the
influential Chinese philosopher Zhuangzi.
The symposium will concentrate on texts by Zhuangzi that is known for the humoristic and deep parables. Hagiwara will present her work “Ghost in silence”, an installation that combines sound and slide projection as a special performance edition. For the title she borrows from the Chinese word “youmo” (幽默)” which is a transliteration of the English word “humor”. Rosa Johanna will focus on the essay and work How to do Things Without Words and her recent stay in Peru presenting a series of short films.
The event will be moderated by Laurens Landeweerd.
Emptiness and Infinite space is a series of symposia organized by Filosofie Oost West and Arti et Amicitiae that will be finalized with a publication and an exhibition. The symposia evolve around the concept of emptiness and it’s position in Eastern and Western philosophy. Ever since Plato, the concept of emptiness has been ignored in western philosophy, while in eastern traditions it always is a fundamental one. Noticing that emptiness plays an important role in contemporary arts, for each symposium a group of artist is asked to react on this concept. By bringing together art and philosophy during the symposia we ask if the dialogues between this two practices can move us further in understanding such concepts.
23rd November 2017 I Time: 14.30 – 18.00 hrs
Location: Arti et Amicitiae I Rokin 112 Amsterdam
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Soils, Séances, Sciences and Politics (SSSP)-Seminar on the Posthuman and New Materialism
Goethe Institute China, 798, Beijing
Address: Originality Square, 798 Art District, Jiuxianqiao Road 2, Chaoyang District Beijing
Dates and times:
30 September 2017 11:00 – 18:00
1 October 2017 11:00 – 16:30
Bi-lingual (English and Chinese) with simultaneous translation
Reservations (to secure a place and a headphone for translation):
SSSP was conceived by Kristiina Koskentola and Institute for Provocation IFP (Hu Wei and Song Yi) and is generously being hosted by the Goethe Institute, Beijing
Posthumanism, futurology, Confucian take on technology, New Materialism, Cartesian dualism as fraud, environmentalism, computational algorithmic processes in light of Neo-Confucianism, human as one species among others, ecology, sustainability, biology, bodies and technological beings, non-human agency, Confucian views on the Posthuman, modernist science fiction, hybrids, pre-history as future, material-discursive labour and speech, non-carnal births (and deaths), processuality, animism, and more.
This discursive and performative 2-day seminar will open up diverse topics relevant to Posthumanism and New Materialism such as, technology, ecology, sustainability, agency, and materiality. An international group of cultural and scientific practitioners—artists, curators, researchers, and theorists—will gather to collectively reflect on these urgent issues with and through diverse art practices.
The honourable speakers and performers are Rick Dolphijn, Fu Xiaodong, Jussi Koitela, Shian Law, Liu Chengrui, Liu Yuedi, Jussi Parikka (mediated presentation), Marina Vishmidt, Jo Wei, Mi You, and Zheng Bo
Video screening of works by Rumiko Hagiwara, Hu Wei, Kristiina Koskentola, Tuomas A. Laitnen, Liu Yujia, Sascha Pohle, Miguel Angel Rego Robles, Song Yi, Tian Xiaolei, and Yang Jian.
Moderator: Kristiina Koskentola
*Presentation at Air Berlin Alexanderplatz
#51 Upcoming / Salon Rumiko Hagiwara
Aug 24, 2017
Meeting : 20 h at Kim’s karaoke, Mehringdamm 32, 10961 Berlin
Diagram, 2017 © Rumiko Hagiwara
Hagiwara has been interested in mundane objects, which lost or transformed their meanings in the process of being assigned to another cultural context. As a Japanese artist living in Europe and lately locating into the multicultural maelstrom of the city of Berlin, she has undertaken research into specific stories, which are describing certain aesthetics underlying the cross-cultural context.
In her salon, she will present a work in progress entitled “Ghost in silence”. It projects a highly personal narrative, which provides unique insights into mundane objects that connotes multi-layered meanings in a paradoxical manner.
The salon employs the format of Karaoke, which was literally meant “Empty orchestra” (Kara=empty, Oke=orchestra) in 70’s Japanese. Kim’s Karaoke Bar is managed by a Korean enterprise and is located in Mehringdamm area of Berlin. In this bar, one might find several signs, which are wrongly interpreted, out of context, and already integrated into another meaning. Possibly, one might find a country song that features as a pop song in another cultural context. After all, we will share a special and exciting moment for fun in Kim’s Karaoke …
1.Susanne Kriemann introduces Air Berlin Alexanderplatz and the format of the salon.
2. Video presentation; Jeanine Hofland (writer) talks about Rumiko’s art practice in relation to the book project she currently works on;
3. Rumiko introduces briefly the project “Ghost in silence” she works on at Air Berlin Alexanderplatz;
4. Wang Chun-Chi, taiwanese curator. talks with Ruminko Hagiwara.
5. Singing on the stage
HOW I IMPROVED MY WINTER IN BRUSSELS
In december 2016, workspacebrussels and Les Halles de St-Gery will host HOW I IMPROVED MY WINTER IN BRUSSELS, an exhibition and creative pop-up gallery with artworks, editions and designs by over 30 Brussels based artists. In collaboration with emerging talent and renowned artists, both the exhibition and the pop-up gallery give you a taste of the incredible creative climate in Brussels.
W a i t i n g f o r t h e s e c r e t – e x p o
An exhibition by Charlotte Bouckaert & Steve Salembier, Erki De Vries, Nina De Vroome, Nazanin Fakoor, Niko Hafkenscheid, Pablo Castilla & Hedvig Biong, Rumiko Hagiwara, Pieter Huybrechts, Philip Janssens, Emi Kodama, Wouter Krokaert, Meggy Rustamova, Elina Salminen, Stine Sampers, Sarah&Charles, Kato Six, Benjamin Vandewalle, Karl Van Welden, Sarah Westphal
M a d e i n B r u s s e l s – p o p – u p g a l l e r y
Pop-up Gallery with editions, books & designs by Maud Gyssels, Tania Diaz Miranda, Flup Marinus, Tuur Marinus, Salut c’est cool, Robbert & Frank, Stine Sampers, Philip Janssens, Charlotte Flamand, Charlotte Van de Velde, Johan Govaerts, Lola Pertowsky, Pauline Chappet, Christian Bakalov, Emi Kodama, Miho Dekameron, Nazanin Fakoor, Anna Muchin, and many more!
December 2 – 23 @ Les Halles de St-Gery
Open every day from 10:00 – 21:00
Opening December 2, 18:00 – 22:00
COLLECTORS VIEW showcases a selection of about 50 works from 35 artists, representing 6 private art collections from The Netherlands that have, over the years, supported contemporary artists and new artistic positions.
COLLECTORS VIEW is an initiative of:
> the finest Amsterdam Contemporary Art Collection ever
> Art Collection Versteeg-Schotte
> Sgabello Collection
> Collection #04|07M59
> Capital C Art Collection
Jan Adriaans / Sema Bekirovic / Rineke Dijkstra / Ruud van Empel / Ryan Gander / Daan van Golden / Melissa Gordon / Rumiko Hagiwara / Arjan van Helmond / Roger Hiorns / Peter Hugo / Folkert de Jong / Klaas Kloosterboer / Job Koelewijn / Marijn van Kreij / Gabriel Lester / Alexandra Leykauf / Erik van Lieshout / Thomas van Linge / Noor Nuyten / Anna Ostoya / Mike Pratt / Florian & Michael Quistrebert / Amalia Pica / Janis Rafa / Magali Reus / Gino Saccone / David Shrigley / Sarah van Sonsbeeck / Ulay / Nick van Woert / Hannae Wilke / Nina Yuen.
Capital C Amsterdam
Weesperplein 4, 1018 XA Amsterdam, Netherlands
preview: Saturday 19 / Sunday 20 Nov. 11.00-19.00h
Thursday 24 / 12.00-18.00h
Friday 25 / Saturday 26 / Sunday 27 Nov. 11.00-19.00h
Grace Ellen Barkey, John Cage, Enrico Castellani, François Curlet, Lucio Fontana, Rumiko Hagiwara, Sadahuru Horio, Akira Kanayama, On Kawara, Yves Klein, Tetsumi Kudo, Tsuyoshi Maekawa, Takesada Matsutani, Jonas Mekas, Yuko Nasaka, Sankichiro Nasaka, Hermann Maier Neustadt, Yoko Ono, Henk Peeters, Keiko Sato, Shozo Shimamoto, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Atsuko Tanaka, Ryuji Tanaka, Richard Tuttle, Günther Uecker, Yurie Umamoto, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Philippe Van Snick, Jef Verheyen, Miki Yamamoto, Jiro Yoshihara
Gemeenteplein • B-1853 Strombeek • Bever • België
Opening, 07.10, 21u
7/10/16 – 8/11/16
“Fake Wind” – Installation view
dagelijks vanaf 9u30
‘Made in Japan’ loopt parallel met de tentoonstelling ‘A FEVERISH ERA IN JAPANESE ART‘ in BOZAR Brussel, ‘Ukiyo-e. De mooiste Japanse prenten‘ in het Koninklijk Museum voor Kunst en Geschiedenis en ‘In Praise of Waves‘ in Workspace Brussels.
Film screening evening/
Rumiko Hagiwara’s recent video works
21st August from 19:30~
1016 NN AMSTERDAM
30 April — 7 August 2016
Tue –Sun: 11 – 18 hr. / Opening: 30.04.2016, 15hr.~
Our present age has become so individually and collectively, spiritually, materially, and ecologically exhausted that this has led to a particular kind of 21st century melancholy. In such a frenzied standstill, progress is inconceivable. The exhibition and symposium invite us to pause for a moment and ask ourselves about a future that presents itself as a universe of possibilities.
Michael Arzt, François Cusset und Camille De Toledo
Gregory Barsamian (US), Stefan Brüggemann (MX), Anetta Mona Chisa & Lucia Tkacova (RO/SK), CHTO (FR), Jeannette Ehlers (DK), Famed (DE), Rumiko Hagiwara (NL/JP), David Maisel (US), Álvaro Martínez Alonso (ES), Guido van der Werve (NL)
Zentrum für zeitgenössische Kunst / Centre for Contemporary Art
Spinnereistr. 7, 04179 Leipzig
Arts Maebashi / Local Art Project
24.02.2016 – 24.03.2016
Open studio: March 17 (Thu.), 18 (Fri.), 20 (Sun.), 21 (Mon.) 13:00-18:00
Address: Tatsumachi Studio,
Chiyodamachi 1-4-26, Maebashi, Japan
The Wrong Biennale 2015
01.11.2015 – 31.01.2016
The Wrong biennale main page
The Wrong Biennale is a digital art event whist aims to create, promote and push contemporary art to a wider audience worldwide. The biennale is divided into digital pavilions (websites) in which by curators selected works are exhibited 1st of November 2015 till the 31st of January 2016. Creative director David Quilles Guillo has invited Koen Delaere and Just Quist to compose the content of one of the pavilions for the Wrong 2015. We named this pavilion sliversurfer.com
BACK TO THE FUTURE
Marijn van Kreij
Opening November 14 from 17.00-21.00
Exhibition runs till December 19
2516 BB, Den Haag
(or by appointment)
Film screening at Hordaland kunstsenter
Klosteret 17, 5005 Bergen, Hordaland
All very welcome to ‘The Start of Autumn’, a screening of video works by:
Hans Borchgrevink Hansen
This anthology of four different artist films creates a parallel of observational characters exploring the narrative potential within landscape. The Start of Autumn is the first in a series of film screenings at Hordaland Art Centre, curated by Mathijs van Geest.
In Praise of Laziness
A collaborative video work with Mounira Al Solh will be screened at GOLEB, Amsterdam
8th August 2015
With a 10 minutes Pilates introduction exercise by Zakia el Abodi (at 5:30 PM)
Video still – “In Praise of Laziness”, Rumiko Hagiwara and Mounira al Solh, 2015
“The title of our collaborative video work, ‘In Praise of Laziness’ is taken from Mladen Stilinovic’s statement about laziness. Our video work is the laziest outcome of our residency at Kunsthuis SYB in Friesland, where we spent six weeks there.”
Rumiko & Mounira
“Laziness is the absence of movement and thought, dumb time – total amnesia. It is also indifference, staring at nothing, non-activity, impotence. It is sheer stupidity, a time of pain, futile concentration… Those virtues of laziness are important factors in art.”
An artist should allow herself/himself periods of non-making in order to stay sane. However in late capitalist societies, this is a luxury because labor is highly valued, while idleness is mostly looked down on. In order to be lazy, one must fight internalized social judgments. In fact, the laziness is the refusal attitude in search of a space of the exception within a dominant system. Ultimately, to achieve laziness demands hard work. If laziness is not only non-work, but also indeed, a different kind of work, then what is its function and what economy is it part of? How can we redefine it to counter judgmental conceptions of laziness?
With – In order of appearance:
Sjoerd Kloosterhuis, Camilo Oliveira, Zakia el Abodi, Lucille Dijkstra, Maureen Ho, Jetty Kootstra, Oblomov, Jack Zuidema, Jelle Terluin, Flávia Evangelista, Janwillem Schrofer, Dina Danish, Arnisa Zeqo, Mechteld van der loo, Igor Sevcuk, Rosa Van Goudoever and Jasmina el Tofeli.
Mirene Arsanios, Mathilda and Guido van Beekhuizen, Pranav Behari, Jeannoux van Deijck, Marianne Flotron, Ben Geraerts, Roheet Goel, Joke van Goudoever, Aram Jang, Sasa Karalic, Wjm Kok, Maritt Kuipers, Marianna Liosi, Annelie Musters, Martine Neddam, Alice Nikitinova, Stephanie Noach, Herman Pitz, Bik van der Pol, Dyveke Rood, Angela Serino, Durk Schroor, Roy Taylor, Rein Jelle Terpstra, Vincent Van Velsen.
Mondriaan Fonds, Kunsthuis SYB and Goleb
“In Praise of Laziness” will be presented at Sfear fan Ynset, the 1st Triennial of Beetsterzwaag.
Date: 10 – 13 September 2015
At the end of the summer, Kunsthuis SYB presents the first edition of a festival for visual art that will take place every three years: the Triennial of Beetsterzwaag. For four days at ten historical locations, you can see art, live performances, participate in activities, listen to lectures and music, meet artists, walk, and sample delicious food and drinks whilst enjoying the autumn sun and the rich colouring of the woody surroundings that form the municipality of Opsterland.
Participant Artists: Melanie Bonajo, Walter van Broekhuizen & Arjen de Leeuw, Alexandra Duvekot & Sara Bjarland, Noa Giniger & Shana Moulton, Jasper Griepink, Francesca Grilli, Rumiko Hagiwara & Mounira Al Solh, Tina Helen & Søren Thilo Funder, Tom Kok, Sjoerd van Leeuwen & Harald den Breejen, Erica van Loon, Pernille Lonstrup, Domenico Mangano, Emmeline de Mooij, Rory Pilgrim, Pieter Paul Pothoven, Rosalie Ravensteijn, Savage, Bas Schevers & Hedwig Houben, Lieke Snellen, Ronald van Tienhoven & Laurence Aëgerter, Edward Clydesdale Thomson & Sjoerd Westbroek & Frans-Willem Korsten, Ruth Verraes, Nina Yuen, en Rieke Vos i.s.m. Eric Giraudet de Boudemange, Ilke Gers, Frank Koolen & Kasper Jacobs.
No things to hang
No things to hang 1 – 281 Clarence St
Curated by Luisa Tresca
23 July – 17 August
Gaffa, Guest Gallery (Gallery Four), Sydney
Vuth Lyno & Sa Sa Art Projects
“If the artist carries through his idea and makes it into visible form, then all the steps in the process are of importance. The idea itself, even if not made visual, is as much a work of art as any finished product. All intervening steps –scribbles, sketches, drawings, failed works, models, studies, thoughts, conversations– are of interest.”
(Sol LeWitt, “Paragraphs on Conceptual Art”, 1968)
The No things to hang exhibition series is a self-referential project, reflecting on the nature of art making and its mechanisms, limits and potentials.
Through an accumulation of different contributions from artists and art practitioners, it aims at becoming a cumulative, archival and ideally limitless exhibition that triggers questions about art-making, art-production, art-exhibition, art-circulation, art-collection and archivization.
The project is unfinished, transportable and in movement, and it acknowledges many critical instances of precedent transportable, generative exhibitions, from Marcel Duchamp and Rrose Sélavy’s La Boite-en-Valise,to Yoko Ono’s 1962 exhibition at the Sogetsu Art Center in Tokyo orObrist’s pivotal ongoing exhibition DO IT.
It embraces refusals, limitations, failures, utopias, stereotypes, frustrations and uncertainties; it might fail at its first edition or keep being enriched through time.
Due to its intrinsic archival nature, all the contributions will be building up in following editions, with previous and subsequent works summing up into a growing collection of thoughts.
No things to hang 1 – 281 Clarence St presents works by seven different international artists who reflected on different aspects of artistic inspiration and production.
As the first attempt, the project is intentionally exhibited in a quite traditional gallery format and as part of a curatorial program, in the hope that the clash between a traditional structure and a somewhat unconventional project will inspire an interesting conversation.
No things to hang is not necessarily trying to disrupt any conventional mechanisms of art and curatorial production but rather to bring them, as well as possible alternative models, to the fore, and to focus on the process rather than on the final objectification of art making.
27/28 June 2015, Maebachi, Gunma, Japan
In praise of Laziness
Collaborative project with Mounira Al Solh
At Kunsthuis SYB, from October 2014 till November 2014
The project will be concluded as a video work titled ” How to be lazy”. The screening is planed in August 2015 at GOLEB
Photo: Rumiko Hagiwara and Mounira Al Solh, in dialogue about laziness, while laying in the work of the collective Etcetera… titled Oda a la Fiaca (Ode to Idleness), consisting of hammocks and literature books about the social and political implications of sloth. At the exhibition “ I would prefer not to do” at SMBA Amsterdam, 2014.
For Art Rotterdam 2015 Barbara Seiler and Jeanine Hofland will present a joint booth project entitled
“We were sitting in a bar at 1am”
a group exhibition that takes place within the decor of a random local bar at 1am, where reality becomes more and more blurred, conversations are leading to the absurd and ideas find their origin. Alongside the presence of the bar, stools, and some other props, works by Matea Bakula, Pim Blokker, Jasper Hagenaar, Rumiko Hagiwara, Maarten Overdijk, Bruno Zhu, Dina Danish, Marijn van Kreij, and Annaïk Lou Pitteloud, will appear as actors in the scene.
Amsterdam Art Weekend at IDFA: The Artist Is Present
November 28, 2014, 18:00 (90 min.), EYE Cinema 2
The Basement (loop version) – Erik van Lieshout,
Full Moon – Rumiko Hagiwara
Chair Man , 90 ‘ – Paulien Oltheten
Orientation trip 2014
A orientation trip 2014 to Korea & Japan organized by the Mondriaan Fund.
Check the blog on the trip here!
June Contemporary Art Festival / ChongQing Air
ChongQing Air presents the first group exhibition of 2014, including works by Persijn Broersen & Margit Lukacs (NL), Rumiko Hagiwara (JP), MeiYa Lin (CN), Kim TaeJun (KR), Dianling Zhang (CN) and Yong Huang (CN).
Opening: Saturday 14th of June 2014, 20:00.
From: 14th June 2014 – 30th June 2014
Location: ChongQing Air, Huang Jue Ping, Jiu Long Po District, Chongqing, CN
Made possible through the kind support of the Jiu Long Po District.
LISTE Art Fair Basel
June 17–22, 2014
Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art
Rumiko Hagiwara, Maarten Overdijk, Bruno Zhu
IF YOU MAKE THAT KIND OF JOKE, THEN WE CALL IT A LIE
Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art
De Clercqstraat 62
1052 NJ Amsterdam, NL
AIR TAILOR MADE:
talk event with a presentation of new works
WOENSDAG 22 JANUARI, 20.00
photograph by Ted Oonk, commissioned by AIR Antwerpen
Tbilisi International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Events http://www.artisterium.org
open: 4th -14th October 2013
– at Temporary
Opening Friday 12.06.2013 at 6 pm
Via Bonfadio 1/a
Verona – IT
f901 is a reference code which corresponds, according to the numbering / dating by the critic R. W. Franklin, the following poem by Emily Dikinson:
The Soul’s distinct connection
Is best disclosed by Danger
Or quick Calamity –
As Lightning on a Landscape
Exhibits Sheets of Place –
Not yet suspected – but for Flash –
And Click – and Suddenness.
On the basis of these verses Temporary asked the artist Rumiko Hagiwara to develop a new art work that will be presented on Friday the 12th of July in via Bonfadio 1/a, Verona.
In the area that will host the project space, a private villa very closed to Porta Vescovo, will be exhibited a series of video installations, sculptures and drawings made by the artist in the previous years. The works will occupy the home environment blending with the daily rhythm of the internal living in order to create an intimate and familiar dialogue between the artist and the visitor. The exhibition will end with the discovery of the last room, the heart of the whole project, here Rumiko Hagiwara will reveal us the unpublished work.
About the House and the Things
Duo exhibition with Eva Pel
In a joint exhibition artists Hagiwara (JP, 1979) and Pel (NL, 1973) bring to front the extraordinary of the ordinary, daily-life. With subtle but direct interventions Hagiwara and Pel reveal specific aspects of the 18th century country-house Frankendael and its garden, that one normally would take into account without question.
Festive opening on:Friday 3 May, 5-7 PM5 May – 9 June 2013
Middenweg 72, 1097 BS, Amsterdam
Oh my lovely city
CEAC – Chinese European Art Center
opening : Saturday 9th March at 5PM
Duration: 9th March 2013 – 20th of March 2013
3rd Floor, Siming South Road 400
Fujian pr P.R. China (361005)
0086 (0) 592 2180850
Urban synesthesia ー 城市・魅感
curated by Wang Chun-Chi
from Dec 23 2012 until Frbruary 28 2013
at ARKI Gallery, Taipei
opening reception Dec 22, 7:30pm.
exhibition catalogue: pdf
Amsterdam art weekend in Jeanine Hofland Gallery
The participating galleries/ artists are:
Carlos/ Ishikawa, London (Bruno Zhu)
Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art, Amsterdam (Rumiko Hagiwara)
Klemm’s, Berlin (Gwenneth Boelens)
Norma Mangione, Turin (Stefanie Popp)
Friday 30 November – Saturday 1 December
Sunday 2 December:
Participating residency programs
On going research project about sense of humors on Asia
Institute for Provocation (IFP), Beijing
October – November 2012
Tokyo Wonder Site (TWS), Tokyo
Chinese European Art Center (CEAC), Xiamen
January – March 2013
Expand, Explore, Expose
Curated by Doris Prlic
Atelierhaus Salzamt, Linz (Austria)
opening: 26th September 2012
27 September – 21 November 2012
exhibition catalog available in the opening
THE GROUP SHOW PART I: NOT IN A MILLION YEARS
Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art
opening 30 June from 17.00h until 19.00h
until 28 july 2012
Michael James Jones
A small publication with text and image contributions by all artists will be available during the exhibition (edition: 150).
During the opening the first 30 editions will be given away for free.
Art Rotterdam 2012, ARCO, Madrid
with Jeanine Hofland Contemporary Art
Art Rotterdam 2012
Solo: Rumiko Hagiwara
8 – 12 February, 2012
Opening Section: Focus
16 – 19 February, 2012
12 mei 2012- 17 juni 2012
opening 12th mei from 15:00 to 19:00
Willem Besselink (NL), Frauke Dannert (DE), Rumiko Hagiwara (JP), Matthew Hale (UK), Niek Hendrix (NL), Bas van den Hurk (NL), Dominique Hurth (FR), Thomas I’Anson (UK), Jordy Koevoets (NL), Alexander Voice (DE) and Robin Waart (NL).
Frank Taal Gallery
Van Speykstraat 129
3014 VH Rotterdam
Shadow Performers -Prologue-
Daishin Sumimoto, Keiko Sato, Masashi Echigo, Miyuki Okuyama, Nishiko
Rumiko Hagiwara, Suchan Kinoshita, Yosuke Amemiya, Yu Kuramoto, Yukako Ando
29 December 2011
17u – 19u
Performance by Yosuke Amemiya
06 – 21 January 2012
13u – 18u / Friday and Saturday
07 January 2012, 14u-16u
Gallerie de Expeditie, Zsa-Zsa Eyck
Leliegracht 47, 1016 GT Amsterdam
Auction (Public tender) and sale of artwork
Those interested are invited to submit a ‘tender’ by filling in a form with bid price and contact details. The sealed bids will be opened in public at the end of the exhibition period.
From December 29th, 2011 to January 21st 2012, 18:00.
“in praise of shadows”
Opening 17 December, 15.00h – 19.00h
17 December 2011 – 11 February 2012
De Clercqstraat 62, 1052 NJ, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
(The gallery will be closed between 31 December 2011 and 7 January 2012)