With this exhibition, the collective Rare moves away from perfectly finished images, detailed plans and coherent ideas, instead focusing our attention on simple drawings, quick notes, models and the variety of different analytical methods used in academia to convey ideas.
Driven by a persistent fascination with clothing, Hansol Kim’s research-led and personal approach reconfigures the definition of wearability. His sculptural objects occupy the intersection of garments and furniture. They contest the typical features of each field, asking to be considered as a completely new category of their own.
The images, objects and videos in The Mind Game exhibition together document a week of online workshops that took place in May 2020 during the Covid-19 pandemic. In that time of isolation, the workshops, conceived by artists Charlie Koolhaas and Madelon Vriesendorp, offered participants a space for connection and playfulness.
Every year, Kunstbende invites young people with a passion for art to develop their talent and show off their skills on a big stage. This year, Het Nieuwe Instituut’s Gallery 3 hosts the preliminary round of Kunstbende Zuid-Holland in the Expo and Fashion categories.
In each edition (this is the 40th), Archiprix presents the most talented graduates from Dutch institutions offering master’s programmes in architecture, urban design, landscape architecture and (in this and the previous edition) interior architecture. These are the designers that will literally shape the future, in the Netherlands and beyond.
Archiprix invites all architecture, urban planning and landscape architecture master’s programmes worldwide to select their best graduation project and submit it for consideration. This format enables Archiprix to give a picture of the state of the art of design education.