earth1967 September 21, 2016STUDIO TIME

Jan Boelen. New Condition of the Earth

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The Earth is not in crisis, but in a new condition for living and for design. How can a designer be aware of how the world is represented and how it shapes, mediates and affects our thoughts, behaviour and worl... Read more »

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Neïl Beloufa, People's Passion, Lifestyle, Beautiful Wine, Gigantic Glass Towers, All Surrounded by Water, 2013; video 2011. Future Fictions – Perspectives on World-building, Z33 House for contemporary art, 5 October 2014–4 January 2015. © Kristof Vrancken / Z33. September 11, 2014Studio Future

Imagining Futures. Perspectives on World-building

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Future visions are everywhere. Politicians promise us a better future – certainly in times of elections – scientists and technologists work towards it, companies try to shape a version of the future in whic... Read more »

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Agnes Meyer-Brandis, Moon Goose Analogue, 2011. © Kristof Vrancken / Z33. February 16, 2013Studio Future

The New Space Race. Artists and Space Research

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Artists increasingly take space in their own hands, create visions and prototypes, and collaborate with scientists and space organizations such as NASA or ESA. Obviously art plays a different game than science ... Read more »

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earth1967 September 21, 2016STUDIO TIME

Jan Boelen. New Condition of the Earth

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The Earth is not in crisis, but in a new condition for living and for design. How can a designer be aware of how the world is represented and how it shapes, mediates and affects our thoughts, behaviour and worldviews? How can designers take action to... Read more »

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Konstantin Gcic, Object Space. Konstantin Grcic – Panorama, Z33 House for contemporary art, 8 February–21 June 2015. © Kristof Vrancken / Z33. March 5, 2015Studio Future

Konstantin Grcic – Panorama. On Research

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Extensive literary and online research was made for exhibition 'Konstantin Grcic – Panorama' about questions of private and public spaces in the near future, and collected to online research publication. Text Z33 House for contemporary art [cap... Read more »

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Konstantin Grcic, Public Space. Konstantin Grcic – Panorama, Z33 House for contemporary art, 8 February–21 June 2015. © Kristof Vrancken / Z33. February 8, 2015Studio Future

Konstantin Grcic – Panorama. On Future Living, Working and Public Space

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'Konstantin Grcic – Panorama' is the largest solo exhibition on one of the most influential designers of our time. 'Panorama' is not a mere retrospective exhibition, but rather a personal statement by Konstantin Grcic on the future. [caption id=... Read more »

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Nelly Ben Hayoun, Disaster Playground, 2014–15. Z33 Co-production. Future Fictions – Perspectives on World-building, Z33 House of contemporary art, 5 October 2014–4 January 2015 © Hanneke Wetzer. October 7, 2014Studio Future

Nelly Ben Hayoun. Disaster Playground, 2014

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Co-produced by Z33, Disaster Playground by Nelly Ben Hayoun is a platform investigating future outer space catastrophes and the design of procedures that allow us to manage these catastrophes and assess the risks involved. Text Z33 House for contemp... Read more »

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Z33 Research

Z33 is a house for contemporary art.  Since 2013, Z33 has started to redefine its core mission as a project based exhibition maker, to a research-based institution. Our exhibitions have always been strongly research-based, looking into phenomena not only from the perspective of art or design but interlinking these views with theoretical, scientific and philosophical thought. Exhibition projects spread out over several years are constantly recapitulating or reconsidering themes, projects and artists of earlier exhibitions. In order to re-enforce and articulate some of these continuous strands of thought we started redefining our own institutional practice in terms of research clusters that will be explored throughout different projects and in different time frames. This website collects and connects all these different research threads.

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