Fort Kunstfort has extended the successful exhibition Plural Fertilities with several weeks. In the historic fort and the monumental Genieloods, nine international artists show work on kinship, climate, touch and spirituality. Sunday August 9 at 3p.m.: Plural Fertilities participant Eric Peter (DAI, 2019) presents an engaging live performance around his ongoing project "Economy as Intimacy". Peter aims at reading late capitalism through intimacies, using poetry as a medium of speculation. He examines language used by and in economics, as well as how the printing of languages has shaped nations and communities.
Date: August 9, 3 p.m. (walk-in). Location: Fort Kunstfort. Entrance fee: free. Register via: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plural Fertilities until Sunday, September 6, 2020
Watch here Plural Fertilities’ opening video with an introduction by director Zippora Elders and soon listen to the podcast with a conversation with the artists.
With: Mehraneh Atashi (Iran, lives/works in Amsterdam), Lisa Gliederpuppe (Netherlands, lives/works in Rotterdam), Susanne Kriemann (Germany, lives/works in Berlin), Mire Lee (South Korea, lives/works in Amsterdam and Seoul), Dorine van Meel (Netherlands, lives/works in Berlin), Kevin Osepa (Curaçao, lives/works in Utrecht), Eric Peter (Netherlands, lives/works in The Hague and Berlin), Lotte Lara Schröder (Netherlands, lives/works in Amsterdam), Müge Yilmaz (Turkey, lives/works in Amsterdam).
In favor of a safe visit, Kunstfort has made adjustments to the routing based on restrictions of the RIVM and protocols of the Museumvereniging. Opening hours: from Friday until Sunday, 1-5 pm and also by appointment. For tickets and a time slot, click here.
Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen
2144 EE Vijfhuizen
Open: Fri til Sun, 1-5 pm and by appointment