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Experimental Publishing and Lens-Based News

The work of the artists in the Lens-Based Media 2019 Graduation Show; Ana Buljan, Dorothy Cheung, Lotte Louise de Jong, Shinyoung Kim, Salvador Miranda, Ewan Macbeth, Henrietta Müller, Rossella Nisio, Michael Pelletier, Zhibin Qin – each harnesses technology, visual language and a vivid creative vision to a wide range of thematics and technologies. Each artist creates work with a strong subjective voice that is the mark of a mature artistic vision.

The Lens-Based Media 2019 Graduation Show is a unique opportunity to see a range of the remarkable final works made by students of the graduating year, and ‘work in progress’ by students in the first year of the program.

 

Official Piet Zwart Institute Opening: Thursday 11th July at 17:00 Where: 4th Floor of WDKA, Wijnhaven 61, 3011 WJ Rotterdam with screenings in the Auditorium located near the main entrance.

General Exhibition opening times: Thursday July 11th, 11:00 – 23:00 with screenings in the auditorium between 17:00- 23:00 Friday, July 12th, 11:00 -21:00 with screenings in the auditorium all day Saturday, July 13th, 11:00 – 18:00 with screenings in the auditorium 11:00 – 12:30 & again between 16:00 – 18:00 Sunday, July 14th, 11:00 – 18:00 with screenings in the auditorium 11:00 – 13:30 & again between 15:30 – 18:00

Where: 4th Floor of WDKA, Wijnhaven 61, 3011 WJ Rotterdam with screenings in the Auditorium located near the main entrance.

For more information see www.lensbased.nl

Master Lens Based Media is a master-level course within the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam committed to lens-based image-making as an art and craft.The program focuses on approaching animation, photography, and the full range of contemporary cinematic forms as a single expanded field. We support new forms of analysis and creative practice that treat images as plastic, open to recombination, manipulation and shaping. Master level researchers explore the myriad ways that lens-based media art might use these new potentials in innovative ways to engage contemporary audiences.

Closing event : Prospective Junctures

When: Sunday, 14th of July from 15:00-17:00

Where: 4th floor of the WDKA Wijnhaven building

The graduating artists of PZI Lens-Based Media will host a special program during the finissage of the Prospective Junctures 2019 PZI Graduation Exhibition. The program will include a demo of Mike Pelletier’s autonomous drawing machine and a performance by Henrietta Müller. Artists will be available for discussion throughout the afternoon. Join the students for drinks after the events on this last day of the grad show.

We are looking forward to seeing you all there.

Artists: Ana Buljan, Dorothy Cheung, Lotte Louise de Jong, Shinyoung Kim, Salvador Miranda, Ewan Macbeth, Henrietta Müller, Rossella Nisio, Michael Pelletier, Zhibin Qin

For more information see Facebook.

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Upsetting Settings presents graduation projects initiated by Alexander Roidl, Alice Strete, Angeliki Diakrousi, Joca van der Horst, Natasha Berting, and Zalán Szakács.

Opening and presentations: Friday, July 12, 19.00-22.40. Drinks + DJ 22:40 – 02:00

Workshops and activities: Saturday, July 13, 11.00-14.00. See schedule below.

Where: UBIK + Slash Gallery, Boomgaardsstraat 69, 3012 XA Rotterdam

 

The concept of this exhibition arises from the idea of the default setting, a situation in which a specific mode of interaction is selected automatically, pre-configured to work out of the box without the need to tinker with its underlying apparatus. Every system comes with default settings predefined by its creators, and most of the time, these settings remain unchanged by us, the users of such systems. These defaults do not represent our needs but are possibly the materialisation of biases from the system’s makers, from corporate or political interests, from a society at large.

The projects engage with the concept of default modes and propose interventions in their core structure/source/root so as to start thinking collectively about better places from which to begin. You are invited to become root users, active listeners, smart speakers, intentional eaters, counter trolls, sensorial spectators!

Grad projects overview: www.project.xpub.nl Full programme: www.project.xpub.nl/README19.NFO Poster generator: www.project.xpub.nl/2019/postergenerator/ XPUB: www.pzwart.nl/experimental-publishing/

 

The Experimental Publishing Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design (XPUB) is a two-year course that prepares students to critically engage with societal issues and social practices within the fast changing field of art, design, and cultural production. More specifically, XPUB focuses on the acts of making things public and creating publics in the age of post-digital networks. XPUB’s interests in publishing are therefore twofold: first, publishing as the inquiry and participation into the technological frameworks, political context, and cultural processes through which things are made public; and second, how these are, or can be, used to create publics.

 

 

Saturday Workshop schedule:

MEAL REPLACEMENTS 101 – Alice Strete 11:00-12:00 ‘Is it time to eat, or is there no more time to eat’ is a desktop film inspired by my research on meal replacements, the most prominent techno-solutionist creation in terms of food. In this short gathering, we’ll be discussing the main points raised in my video around these products’ alleged potential of solving problems, as well as ponder upon their role within societies which value the authoritative roles of tech innovators, and their potential to impact the way humans live.

INSTANT WARNET WORKSHOP – Natasha Berting 12:00-13:00 ‘Instant Warnet’ is a live action, role-playing game inspired by my research into the amount of networked harassment, trolling and overall policing that minorities (especially women) so often have to deal with online. During this game session, players will be invited to assume fictional identities on Instagram, and perform various tactics to talk back to online toxicity.

AMPLIFY ANGRY VOICES – Angeliki Diakrousi 13:00-14:00 This workshop will be about channeling our gendered ‘angry’ voices in public space. It will take the form of a short play, based on an initial discussion about personal experiences from moments of unspoken angry thoughts. We will capture them in sentences and use them as input for responses within an ‘angry’ dialogue. Our temporary act will be recorded and then played back, outside of Slash gallery. This public moment will be a chance to listen and expose the outcome of our collective process. The produced material will be included in an online audio archive, with the potentiality of re-broadcast or use for future workshops.

EIGENGRAU – Zalan Szakacs 13:30-14:00 The audiovisual experience features a custom-made LED circle, that in the timespan of 12 minutes takes the audience through a non linear time of five mental states: Deep State, Anticipation State, Weird state, Higher State and Relaxation State. This narrative is made visible through the pre-programmed motion of blue light gradients, referring to the colour of screen light. Eigengrau frames the negative space, and therefore it generates an illusion of non-material space. The installation offers a suspension from the isolation and digital saturation of contemporary society.

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We are happy to announce the launch of Special Issue #9: The Library Is Open.

Date: Thursday June 20th, 2019 Location: Leeszaal West | Rijnhoudtplein 3 | Rotterdam Time: 13:30-18:00

Schedule:

13:30 Introduction 14:00 Session 1 15:00 Break 15:30 Session 2 16:30 Sharing moment and wrap up 17:00 End

*Registration is not necessary, as on arrival you will be assigned to two workshops. After the first session there will be a short break, after which the second session of workshops will begin. At the end of the event we’ll have a moment to share the outcomes of the workshops all together. We’d like you to attend both sessions if possible, in order to maximise the experience.

The event is divided into three parallel workshops which will be held twice, giving participants the opportunity to encounter different experiences:

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The Library Is Open invites you to an afternoon of workshops that make the operations within libraries visible. Join us in exploring the actions and roles of legal and extra-legal libraries (municipal, pirate, academic, +++), their custodians, and the public that form a community around collections of texts.

The event is divided into three parallel workshops which will be held twice, giving participants the opportunity to encounter different experiences:

Marginal Conversations

We read texts, and write notes in the margins; usually in private, isolated from other readers. We come across texts with others’ notes on them; the author unknown, their thoughts obscure. What happens when we share our notes, vocalise and perform them?

In this workshop… we’ll read, annotate and discuss an open letter which asks for pirate library practices to come out from the shadows. We’ll read aloud and perform parts of the text, enriched by our doubts, sympathies, tensions and diverse understandings. We’ll personalise the text, opening it up for collective conversations. Our voices will occupy the space and leave traces on the text and in the library.

Knowledge in Action

Through role play you will perform the activities crucial to the sustenance of libraries. You will interpret and reimagine the actors that take part in knowledge production and distribution, such as the librarian, the researcher, the pirate, the publisher, the reader, the writer, the student, the copyist, the printer.

The workshop consists of three activities where different scenarios shift your accustomed perspective to start common dialogues. Put yourselves in the shoes of the librarian, imagine together a reading space, and contest the morality of knowledge proprietization.

Blurry boundaries

Select, annotate, analyze, scan, correct, digitize, print, read, transfer, erase, encode, curate, hack, interface, work, copy…

How do we reveal the hidden labour involved in these processes? What libraries become possible when you transform physical books into digital files, and vice versa?

In this workshop you will be a librarian converting books into machine readable files, a process involving tools, time and choices.

The Library Is Open is a participatory event developed by the Piet Zwart Institute’s Experimental Publishing program as part of the research project Special Issue #9: Interfacing the Law, in partnership with Constant. Interfacing the Law is a recurring thematic project which looks at how publishing practices develop in accordance, or in dissonance with legal frameworks.

Contributors:

Simon Browne, Tancredi Di Giovanni, Paloma García, Rita Graça, Artemis Gryllaki, Pedro Sá Couto, Femke Snelting, Biyi Wen, Bohye Woo

Special thanks to:

Bodó Balázs, Dušan Barok, Anita Burato, André Castro, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Martino Morandi, Leslie Robbins, Steve Rushton, Amy Suo Wu, Eva Weinmayr

Special Issues

We are happy to announce the launch of Special Issue #9: The Library Is Open. Date: Thursday June 20th, 2019 Location: Leeszaal West |... Lees verder

The Piet Zwart Institute (PZI) houses the international Master programmes of the Willem de Kooning Academy at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. Named after the pioneering Dutch designer Piet Zwart, who worked experimentally across media and contexts, the PZI offers a combination of in-depth specialisation and interdisciplinary exchange within an intimate learning environment. The PZI Master programs are dedicated to promoting study and research in art, design, and art          education, and share an interest in the complex social, cultural and political contexts of their respective fields.

During the period July 11-14 all the Master programs will be exhibiting a wide variety of work from students of Education in Arts, Experimental Publishing, Fine Art, Interior Architecture: Research + Design, and Lens-based Media.

This year Interior Architecture: Research + Design will exhibit work of graduating students on the fourth floor of the Willem de Kooning, Wijnhaven 61 building.

Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design: Lens-Based Media—will also exhibit work of graduating students on the fourth floor of the Willem de Kooning, Wijnhaven 61 building.

Master Education in Arts will be staging their symposium Pedagogy of Insist_ence on Saturday 13 July 11.00-18.00. at TENT., Witte de With street 50.

Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design: Experimental Publishing will be hosting their graduation festival—Upsetting Settings—on Friday 12 July 19:00-22:00 with workshops on Saturday 13 July 11:00-14:00 at WORM’s UBIK and SLASH GALLERY, Boomgaardsstraat 69.

Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design: Fine Art will be staging the exhibition Midnight Sunburn contributing to Neuhaus at Het Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25. Performances in the building and its surroundings will take place throughout the four days of the exhibition.

The results of two years of Master level practice based research for a total of around 60 students. We invite you to come and share this celebration of the research and practice fostered at the Piet Zwart Institute.

More information coming soon!

For details and opening times: https://www.wdka.nl/news-events/graduation-show-2019 PZI website: http://www.pzwart.nl/ Contact: pzwart-info@hr.nl

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MIASMA II is the Showcase for film and video work by current Masters students from Royal College of Art (London) and the Piet Zwart Institute (Rotterdam).

Time: Friday, 31 May 2019, 6 pm Location: 504 Ridgway Rd, Brixton, London Admission: Free

Facing the challenges of the present, creativity can be a positive force, producing clarity amongst modernity’s storm. How emerging artists respond is of paramount importance, acting as a cultural lighthouse on the shores of our hopeful futures. Documenting, dissecting and gluing life back together in the form of inspiring, thought-provoking films is our way of navigating the turbulent waters of today. Sacrificing – curing – cleansing. MIASMA.

Following the success of our first MIASMA screening during the International Film Festival Rotterdam, we are ready for the second round. Taking to the streets of London, we will screen a selection of works by master’s students from Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam (Lens Based Media, Experimental Publishing, Fine Arts, Interior Architecture: Research + Design, Education in Arts) and Moving Image from Royal College of Art, London. MIASMA II will feature a diverse range of works – from documentation, docu-fiction, performances to experimental films and animation – all responding to a unique slice of today’s chaotic reality.

www.miasma.eu @miasma.eu

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Date: Friday, 15 May, 2019

Location: Concertzaal, Collegezaal K4.04, Room K4.03 | ArtEZ, Arnhem

Start: 13:00 – 13:30

We traveled from home to home by bicycle, setting up homeservers. As friends and companions on this Infrastructour, we studied our routers over drinks served by our hosts. Where possible we installed our servers in our homes, in other cases we had to depend on another member of the group. While self-hosting together we questioned our understandings of networks, autonomy, online publishing and social infrastructures, where each of us departed from a different question. We would like to share our personal (yet interconnected) routes with you, tell you a story, present our web- and printed zines, and invite you to explore our homebrewed network.

https://issue.xpub.nl/08/

Contributors: Simon Browne, Tancredi Di Giovanni, Paloma García, Rita Graça, Artemis Gryllaki, Pedro Sá Couto, Biyi Wen, Bohye Woo, Roel Roscam Abbing, Manetta Berends, Lídia Pereira, André Castro, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Steve Rushton, Leslie Robbins. Brought to you by the Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design: Experimental Publishing (XPUB) of the Piet Zwart Institute, and Varia, Centre for Everyday Technology, Rotterdam, April 2019. Find the entire program here: the programme is here:

http://networkcultures.org/makingpublic/wp-content/uploads/sites/45/2019/05/190503BOOKLET_UP.pdf

  Date: Friday, 15 May, 2019 Location: Concertzaal, Collegezaal K4.04, Room K4.03 | ArtEZ, Arnhem Start: 13:00 – 13:30 We traveled from... Lees verder

Date: Thursday, 04 April 2019

Location: Varia, Gouwstraat 3, Rotterdam

Description: Dear guest, We traveled from home to home by bicycle, setting up homeservers. As friends and companions on this Infrastructour, we studied our routers over drinks served by our hosts. Where possible we installed our servers in our homes, in other cases we had to depend on another member of the group. While self-hosting together we questioned our understandings of networks, autonomy, online publishing and social infrastructures, where each of us departed from a different question. We would like to share our personal (yet interconnected) routes with you, tell you a story, present our web- and printed zines, and invite you to explore our homebrewed network

Entrance: Free Start: 19:00

https://issue.xpub.nl/08/ 

Contributors: Simon Browne, Tancredi Di Giovanni, Paloma García, Rita Graça, Artemis Gryllaki, Pedro Sá Couto, Biyi Wen, Bohye Woo, Roel Roscam Abbing, Manetta Berends, Lídia Pereira, André Castro, Aymeric Mansoux, Michael Murtaugh, Steve Rushton, Leslie Robbins.

Brought to you by the Master of Arts in Fine Art and Design: Experimental Publishing (XPUB) of the Piet Zwart Institute, and Varia, Centre for Everyday Technology, Rotterdam, April 2019.

Date: Thursday, 04 April 2019 Location: Varia, Gouwstraat 3, Rotterdam Description: Dear guest, We traveled from home to home by bicycle, setting... Lees verder

The Piet Zwart Institute admits candidates on a rolling basis from December 2018 to May 2019, until all positions in the cohorts are filled. May 1st is the final deadline for applications for the academic year 2019-2021 (for European and Dutch applicants only). The Piet Zwart Institute houses the international master programmes of the Willem de Kooning Academy at Hogeschool Rotterdam. Named after the pioneering Dutch designer Piet Zwart, who worked experimentally across different media and contexts, our institute offers a rich combination of in-depth specialisation and interdisciplinary exchange in an intimate learning environment. The programmes of the Piet Zwart Institute are located in the heart of Rotterdam’s city centre. While students and faculty come from across the globe, bringing with them a variety of cultural influences, there are also strong connections to the city, its complex history and dynamic urban environment. We have four master programmes: Fine Art, Interior Architecture: Research + Design, Master Lens-Based Media, Master Experimental Publishing and the Master Education in Arts. All are founded on a shared interest in the complex social, cultural and political underpinnings of each discipline. Through a uniquely tailored curriculum combining collective learning, intensive individual tutorial support, practice-based research and theoretical inquiry, our programmes educate young professionals who have a critically reflective and imaginative approach to their work. Exhibitions, symposia, conferences and publications expand our research beyond the confines of the academy, while simultaneously valuing speculative spaces for reflection and knowledge building that is made possible through the rigorous academic framework of the Piet Zwart Institute.

If you would like to apply for one of the programs of the Piet Zwart Institute, please follow the link to our online application tool.

Image: Michaela Lakova.

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Date: Saturday, 02 March 2019

Time: 11:00 – 17:30, closing ceremony 20:30 /21:00 VR and Vjing

PZI screenings: 13:30 – 14:45

Location: Eye Filmmuseum, IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam

Eye on Art’s Research Labs provide scope for a new generation of curators and artists to hone their skills. Students from different art academies and universities are asked to put together a programme featuring their own work and films (including remixes) from Eye’s collection. Research Labs do not follow a strict format and often result in a cultural crossover between film and other art forms.

The programme of the day:

11.00 Rietveld Academy Wildness

12:15 Sandberg Institute Catalogue

13:30 Piet Zwart Institute Disobedient Narratives

14:45 Leiden University Cinematic Reflections

16:00 St. Joost Academy Unintended

17:15 KABK Cinema as a Dream

The best curated programme and the best work will be awarded by a student jury and a jury of Eye film professionals in a closing ceremony at 20.30.

At 21.00 the VJ Academy will close the day with the programme “Spacechangers” including 3D projection mapping, VR and Vjing.

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Disobedient Narratives

From the smooth surface of chaos, to the purple hues of desert; from a day at the news stand, to a day of the troop’s return; from a poem to a memory to a dream to a failure to recall. A television breaks. A bell rings. A photograph becomes a moving image. What happens? Where will the dark pulses send us? Whose wistful whisper fills our skin with regret?

In this program of sixteen short films, makers from the Piet Zwart Institute interpret non-linearity on the screen. Fragments adhere. Entities emerge. Silence begets curiosity before reality shatters again. As the hour forks into a universe of thoughts and experiences: do we follow the command, or do we shut our eyes?

From the smooth surface of chaos, to the purple hues of desert. From a day at a neighbourhood news stand, to a day of the troop’s return; a poem to a memory, to a dream to a failure to recall. A television breaks. A bell rings. A photograph becomes a moving image. What happens? Where will the dark pulses send us? Whose wistful whisper fills our skin with regret?

In this program of sixteen short films, makers from the Piet Zwart Institute interpret non-linearity on the screen. Fragments adhere. Entities emerge. Silence begets curiosity before reality shatters again. As the hour forks into a universe of thoughts and experiences: do we follow the command, or do we shut our eyes?

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1011190542405780/

More details to be found here: https://www.eyefilm.nl/film/agenda/2019-03-02

Image credit: Andreas Drosdz

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Date: Thursday, 13 December 2018 Time: 19:30 – 21:30 Location: Het Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25  |  3015 CB Rotterdam Entrance:  Free [please reserve a seat]

(◕‿◕) Take your time to reflect on this: Are you doing what you truly want to do? (◕‿◕)      ị̞͍s̯̩̠ ̴̩͉̫̗͇ț̠ͅh̪̼̟̪̕i͠s͎̝̩̯̩̠ ̗̘̰̟̩͕p̻̘͙͓á̩̭r̳͚͕̘͖ṯ̤̼͔͖ͅ ̜̱o̯̩̦̗̮̖̣f ̺͝y̥͡o̧̺͚͉̠͙̗ͅu̧̜͖̥r̸̘ ̹̤͙̳j̴̙̗o̵̼̲͉͖̮b̥͖͘ ͕͓ḏ̷̩e̫s͖̭͕̙̱͉ć̖͉̯̙̫̪r̶̠i̖p̨̜t̨̼͓ͅi͖͈͇͙͞o͏̹̠̬̻n͍̩͇̱͞?       (◕‿◕)  If happiness is a currency, how rich do you think you are?  (◕‿◕)        ♪♬ ғɪx ᴡᴏʙʙʟʏ ᴏғғɪᴄᴇ ғᴜʀɴɪᴛᴜʀᴇ ʙʏ ᴜsɪɴɢ ᴏʟᴅ ᴄᴅs ᴛᴏ ᴀᴠᴏɪᴅ ᴡᴏʙʙʟᴇs ᴀɴᴅ ᴘʀᴏᴛᴇᴄᴛ ᴛʜᴇ ᴄᴀʀᴘᴇᴛ. ᴛʜᴇʏ ᴀʟsᴏ ᴍᴀᴋᴇ ɢʀᴇᴀᴛ ᴄᴏᴀsᴛᴇʀs. ♪♬

A shady corporation is trying to take control of a fluid, chaotic global market. Workers surrender themselves to a seductive new device called Iris, which purports to enlighten them and unleash the real power of the entrepreneurial self. Iris is designed to help full-time, part-time and zero-time employees cope with the complexity of modern life, divulging secrets of the precarious worker, of autonomy and maximum efficiency through a new magic formula contained in the meaning of Life Hacks. But… anonymous cyber-pirates are exploiting the device to rouse a cry of rebellion against this oppressive society of self-management. Discover the paradox buried deep within Iris, where autonomy leads to subjugation, and subjugation appears as freedom.

The Experimental Publishing (XPUB) program of the Piet Zwart Institute invites you to the third event of the Life Hacks series. Following the launch of ‘Ten Theses on Life Hacks’, XPUB’s 7th Special Issue is a further step of an inquiry into the meaning of Life Hacks. XPUB welcomes you to experience a personal session with Iris, and discover your limitless potential to succeed.

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— Iris — Version 0.5

Contributors: Gill Baldwin, Simon Browne, Tancredi Di Giovanni, Paloma García, Rita Graça, Artemis Gryllaki, Pedro Sá Couto, Biyi Wen, Bohye Woo, Silvio Lorusso, Aymeric Mansoux, André Castro, Steve Rushton, Michael Murtaugh, Leslie Robbins. Produced and published by the Experimental Publishing (XPUB) program of the Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, December 2018. A collaboration between the Research Department of Het Nieuwe Instituut and XPUB.

Life Hacks is part of Het Nieuwe Instituut’s fellowship program around the theme of ‘burn out’. As 2017 fellow Ramon Amaro states, “on the one hand, to ‘burn out’ is to stall, break, or become otherwise unusable. In other words, processes, procedure and participation simply stop working. On the other hand, ‘burn out’ is an opportunity to break open, promote action and catalyse change towards new structures and relations.” Life Hacks manifests in a series of gatherings that respond to this ambivalence by exploring the approaches and techniques adopted to design or redesign life against the backdrop of growing precarity and an intensified entrepreneurial regime. Together with theorists, practitioners and XPUB, the Experimental Publishing program of the Piet Zwart Institute, Life Hacks looks into the tensions and releases that emerge from the constant reinvention and progressive self-optimization necessary to inhabit public and private space, manage time and productivity, and tweak one’s own thoughts and feelings.

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Info here

Image credit: Life Hacks: Introducing Iris (XPUB Special Issue #07)

Date: Thursday, 13 December 2018 Time: 19:30 – 21:30 Location: Het Nieuwe Instituut, Museumpark 25  |  3015 CB Rotterdam Entrance:  Free... Lees verder