UNMAKING THE NETHERLANDS: RESIDENCY TALKS & LIVING ARCHIVE EXHIBITION ~ 18.09.2015 | 19:00 - 21:00 @ Werkspoorkathedraal

17.09.15 | tag: Utrecht

Stories from the streets of Werkspoor, playful interventions, eatable plants, moss, some pics and videos and a manifesto on urban cannibalism come together in the first presentation of Unmaking The Netherlands' Living Archive.

With contributions / interventions by: Expodium, Denisa Kollarova & Anna van Lingen, Geert van Mil, Joris Lindhout, Floris Brekelmans, Wietske Maas & Matteo Pasquinelli, Mariska Gewald, Petra van de Laar (Containertuinen), Mirjam Müller and HKU Fine Art students [Adriaan Lutejin, Mariejem Tordjo, Roy Vastenburg, Dalida-Georgiou Achmet, Inga Kolbrun Soring].

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On Friday 18th September our residency guests* will deliver a series of short talks based on their practice and ongoing research.

In detail:
Dubravka Sekulic will be speaking on the potentials and limitations of city regulations that shape the revitalization activities at Werkspoor and globally.
Christos Chrissopoulos will guide us through his literature and photo chronicles of his urban walks in Athens connected to the literal and metaphorical notion of ruins.

ENTRANCE: 5,- Euros
[Free entrance for HKU Fine Art students & UTN Fast Lane Friends]
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Werkspoorkathedraal - Tractieweg 41, Utrecht.
Easily accessible by car, bus 25 (Bedrijventerrein Cartesiusweg) and bus 3 (Zuilen Noord) or on foot from Station Zuilen.