From May 12, 2021
(z)onder het water is a light installation that, by combining light, sound and wind, aims to transport the spectator to another world.
Tiago Sá da Costa’s Casuluz lamps, previously presented as design products, are here re-contextualized and multiplied, to create a unique ambience of wonder and experience that awakes in the spectator feelings of curiosity, marvel and comfort.
The precision and technology of laser cutting is juxtaposed with the organicity and handcrafting of cork to give shape to the lamp shades. In these peculiar cork pods, the warm light bounces around on its inner surface and escapes through its slits, projecting itself onto the walls and affects the imaginary of the viewer. The light projections are combined with motion and sound, producing a peculiar atmosphere that transports the spectator to a make-believe underwater world.
From October 26, 2020
June 19, 2020; 8pm, Online opening
Our next course in Writing for Artists will take place per skype, join us! Mondays 5pm – 6pm – see detailed info
27 juni 2020
We’re showing the work of Manuel Olías from Valencia, Spain because he was one of the highlights of 2019. The work is for sale! (Write the foundation).
Mede Mogelijk Gemaakt Door De Kraakbeweging / Made Possible By the Squatter’s Movement
We finished our exhibition with the work of Chantal Hassard but want to direct everybody to the Artistic Research Exhibition in New Dakota, June 26 – July 05, 2020. Due to the Covid-19 safety protocols, you are kindly requested to reserve a place by emailing: email@example.com The exhibition displays the artwork made by the graduating students Emilija Angelovska, Alexis Boyd, Swaen Harmsen, Chantal Hassard and Miriam Sentler, and is curated by Mariana Lanari.
April 27 – King’s day – singing the national hymn from our front yard presenting the work of Chantal Hassard. ‘Met dank aan de kraakbeweging.’
Our next course in Writing for Artists will take place per skype, join us! Mondays 5pm – 6.30pm – see detailed info
Chantal Hassard is a Canadian artist and filmmaker currently writing a master’s thesis at the University of Amsterdam on the production of alternative space by investigating the case of squatting in Amsterdam.
Our next course in Writing for Artists will start on Monday February 03, 2020, 5pm – 6.30pm – see detailed info
February 09, 2020 – 4pm opening February 01 – March 01 on show: Emilija Angelovska
Emilija Angelovska (born in Macedonia, living in the Netherlands) is an artist, educator, and change agent.
She is fascinated with how humans construct their social identity and cultivate a feeling of belonging, in the past as it relates to religious groups and currently, as it relates to community art projects. This has motivated her investigation into unconventional practices in the art world, cumulated into the Back to the Drawing Board podcast. These interviews with respected individuals (Jeremy Diamond, CEO of Myseum, Toronto; Lady PheOnix, curator and entrepreneur; Rodika Tchi, Feng Shui expert; etc.) and institutions (Beautiful Distress, The Netherlands; Uppercase Magazine, Canada; Sketchbook Skool, USA; Brockley Max, UK; etc.) validate her approach with insight, while simultaneously transferring knowledge and motivating social interventions.
Emilija has shown her work in galleries in Amsterdam, Calgary and Edmonton. Alongside her artistic and research practice she holds professional experience from the Smithsonian Institution and Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. In 2016 she was the recipient of the Kathleen & Russell Lane Canadian Art Award.
Event December 08, 2020, 4pm
December 03 we’ll receive an artist from Tel Aviv who will work in our Window till December 11, 2019. El Pachuko is an artist and Illustrator based in Tel Aviv, Israel. His work explores relationships between mental images created in the mind’s eye, and forms in the physical world, thru paintings, experimental photography and digital art. To learn more please visit www.yoelip.com
October 21, 2019 the Scottish artist Shaun Fraser starts working in our Window_Show. Check out his work on shaunfraser.com
Shaun Fraser is a sculptor and visual artist from the north of Scotland. Much of his work concerns itself with links to landscape and connections with ‘place’, this is also often bound up with his own notion of identity.
September 01, 2019
I am in recent times projecting images to redraw them. Photographs or frames of videos. A domestic magic lantern, a journey through my YouTube favorites and the fake multicolored pencil game is all that hides the suggestion. I present mural drawings on paper that are at the same time artist books displayed. Smooth paper, without texture, where the light refracts smoothly until the next fold. Basic material as a support, on which I have drawn lines made with colored pencils, pastels and markers. Wall drawings. A large format to induce immersion to the viewer within the surface of the paper. The line is a line of changing colors that travels between areas of light and shadow. Fata morgana. An iridescence of the line as if it were an atmospheric effect or a meteorological phenomenon.
WHY SO SERIOUS?
“We need to develop an open vision, a simple way of seeing that is totally receptive, free of all tendencies to label and judge.” *
Charlotte and Marjolijn share a common interest in spiritual practices and in painting. Specifically for the windowshow_ they investigated the notion of open vision and transparency both in their joint creative process as in the form of the painting itself. They explored a space where commonality would emerge. A space where their ‘pictorial’ identities would be challenged and intertwined.
What you see is what you see, is what you see.
*Venerable Khenpo Rinpoches, Illuminating the Path: Ngondro Instructions According to the Nyingma School of Vajrayana Buddhism
May 31, 2019 (finissage 15:00 – 19:00u) Window_Show with the last work of Sara-Lot van Uum.
The works that will be shown during the Window_show period will be part of Sara-Lot’s current exploration of ‘The Cold Gaze: material diagrammatics as artistic practice.’ In which she uses the diagram as it is understood in scientific usage, but especially as a method for artistic research: providing ways to tap into the ‘blueprints’ of machines that offer us cultural content.
May 30, 2019, 5pm Text writing for artists at the NDSM (Fuse). Apply via: stichtinglajetee(at)hotmail.com
April 28, 2019 (finissage 3-7pm) Window_Show
Christine van Royen showed her work between April 6 and 28.
April 8, 2019, 7pm Text writing for artists at the NDSM Art City. Apply through: stichtinglajetee(at)hotmail.com
05 april 2019 (finissage) Window_Show
Andrea Knezović is a visual artist and researcher, completing her Masters in Artistic Research at the University of Amsterdam. Her practice explores threshold states and ambiguities within social contexts. She uses her creative process as an instrument for reconstructing social paradigms involving the notion of shame and liminality.
March 01, 2019 (finissage) The Greek young architect and poet Christina Ntanovasili is presenting her work in the Window Show.
On Friday, the 1st of March, at 5pm the exhibition will be open for a more intimate presentation of the work and a talk by Christina Ntanovasili. Please come, flip through the publication, and join us for drinks and further discussion!
HOW TO TURN A HOUSE INTO A BOOK is the response to a window, an address, a sleeping space, a working space, curtains and doors, tense wires of past and future curtains, hanging, a door with a lock with a curtain, a bed with a door as a frame, the sound of the blinds, a made up entrance, with holes on top of doors, three ladders, cream, pink and pistachio green, pipes disappearing, the heat from underneath. The work is a matter of documentation as translation, of the traces of use, wear and presence.
Februari 28, 2019 5pm – 6.30pm
Text writing for artists at the NDSM (Fuse). Apply via: stichtinglajetee(at)hotmail.com
Januari 20, 2019 (finissage)
The German dancer Sabrina Huth will appear between January 15-20, 2019 in the Window Show within the theme ‘What is private?’ She collaborates with a second dancer, whom she has never met live.
In the upcoming five days for five hours each day we will inhabit the show window in De Pijp`s lively neighborhood. We will share the same space at different times. Feel warmly invited to pass by and share our process!
Januari 10 en 17, 2019; 5pm https://goo.gl/maps/XSFDqwUD6Tu Text writing for artists at the NDSM (Fuse). Apply via: stichtinglajetee(at)hotmail.com
6 Januari 2019 (opening 15:00-18:00u) The French artist-researcher Justine Gensse collaborates with Amsterdam based writer Anouk Hoogendoorn in the Window_Show within the theme ‘What is private?’ The work can be viewed between December 16, 2018 en Januari 15, 2019.
November, 15 en 29 and December 17 en 29, 2018; 5pm. Text writing for artists at the NDSM (Fuse).
December 3, 2018 (finissage 3-5pm)
Visual artist Hannah Steenbergen from November 20, 2018 will exhibit her work in the Window Show within the theme ‘What is private?’
Oktober 15, 2018; 5pm Text writing for artists at the NDSM (Fuse).
August- September 2018: Stichting la Jetée supports the New York duo ‘Tribal Baroque’ during their performance at the NDSM.
September 01 & 08, 2018; 2-2.30pm Text writing for artists at the NDSM (Fuse).