SLOOM 03 MMIII Berlin fifteen years back
Publication, Sloom

Pages from Sloom 03 2 parts-1

Pages from Sloom 03 2 parts-2

EA Book Presentation in Berlin

An evening of book presentations by Lukas Feireiss, Michael Najjar, Fiona Shipwright, Markus Bader & Herman Verkerk
Photography / Philipp Teufel
Graphic Design / Experimental Jetset
Host / Ingeborg Wiensowski

Wild Care Tame Neglect

Exhibition by visual artist Edward Thomson Clydesdale at Huize Frankendael Amsterdam

What possible agency and space do (tamed) nature and culture occupy within this former country estate surrounded by the busy city, a site that now actively serves as a restaurant and reception location. Is it possible for art in such a location to escape an ever-present aesthetic harmony? What role and whose desires does an artist fulfil in a scenario where they act as host, gardener, programmer and hermit?

The exhibition gathers works by Thomson as well as of literary theorist Frans-Willem Korsten and artists Jason Coburn, Nikola Lamburov and Ine Lamers. Designers Sandra Kassenaar and Bart de Baets developed a poster campaign during a public workshop programme with de 5e Montessorischool Watergraafsmeer, colleagues and visitors. The exhibition design by EventArchitectuur cleverly reframes the garden of Huize Frankendael itself as an architectural structure for the showing of art.

Shop Window EA Book

Lovely shop window display at Athenaeum Bookstore in Amsterdam by Marjo Kranenborg, organised by Bonnie Dumanaw.

EA Book in PU 23
Material Pages (from the EA book)

Graphic Design / Experimental Jetset
Photography / Johannes Schwartz

SONIC READING “Events: Situating the Temporary”

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Sonic Reading of the book “Events: Situating the Temporary” by

Mager & Maher, feat. Herman Verkerk/EventArchitectuur & the Props at the

Stedelijk Museum Book Club 2017 – September 29

Festive Opening of Water & Mountain Idyll

photography by Jeroen Bosch

Idylls is an ongoing landscape project by EventArchitectuur. Landscape and landscape design are defined as a meaningful expression of our relation with nature. Each idyll expresses this by making spaces for contemplation in it’s own way in the transforming agricultural area of Lingezegen Park.

The Mountain Idyll is realized in collaboration with landscape architects Berdie Olthof and Nanne Bouma. The Water Idyll is realized in collaboration with landscape architects Jeroen Bosch and Tim de Weerd.