Tag Archives: Street Art

Inintentional Assisted Ready Made Homage?

with a dose of Picasso and Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni.

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Stem Terug! Vote Back!


De Appel & Frascati

With contributions and work by:

Otto Berchem, Lotte van den Berg, Maren Bjørseth, Dood Paard, Sam Durant, Tim Etchells, Bojan Fajfric, MelihGençboyaci, Klaas van Gorkum & Iratxe Jaio, Marjolijn van Heemstra, Sadettin Kirmiziy üz, Platform BK, Roxy Movies (Frank Herrebout & Leo van Maaren), Jonas Staal, Tijdelijke Samenscholing, Toneelgroep Amsterdam, Yuri Veerman, Dries Verhoeven, Annelys de Vet & het Sandberg Instituut, De Warme Winkel, Wunderbaum, XML Architecten, The Yes Men, Artur Zmijewski

October 5th — November 4th, 2012

At a time when the political landscape in the Netherlands is changing, just a few weeks after the elections on the 12th of September we will voice our questions about what has happened to our vote since that day. What remains of the campaign promises and positions adopted by political parties after the many negotiations to form a government? Are we, as citizens, really represented in this process? Or is it time to reclaim our vote? In the current media landscape can politics do any more than move between pragmatism, marketing politics and populism – you ask, we respond – or is it time for a radical turn? And last but not least: what is the role of the arts in this? Like politics, the cultural field is also blamed for losing social support. How can the arts be an engine for ideology and change?

Frascati and de Appel arts centre are inviting artists, theatre companies, politicians, designers and media pundits to respond to these questions while the government is being formed. Stem terug! Vote Back! consists of performances, debates, documentaries, pamphlets, presentations, lectures, master classes and an exhibition.

Unintentional Assisted Ready Made Homage?

Inspired by Andreas Slominiski?

Accidental Assisted Relational Readymade (Street Art)

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With a twist of Dan Graham.

Assisted Readymade Monument

Or… to be more specific, a temporary Sol Lewitt inspired pop street sculpture.

Accidental Assisted Relational Readymade #03

A step away from the previous found images of culinary readymades, assisted, or otherwise. On to a more spatial type of work.

You’d almost think that one of the parking garage attendants, where this piece was found, were fans of Cady Noland.

Connecting the Dots