Open Archive

An extensive collection of documentation of the resident’s work, our public programme and other Rijksakademie related events. You can search by tag.

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It's 10 PM. Do you know where your children are?, 2022, performance with Nicholas Grafia
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    • one one two one two three: table cloth
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    • one one two one two three: fabric, 2021, 00'18''
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    • one one two one two three: poolnet
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    • The Cyan Garden, 2022, single-channel video installation, 08:05 Edit Peng Zuqiang
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    • keep in touch, 2021, five-channel video installation
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    • Sight Leak, 2022, single-channel video installation, 12:15
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    • Live on, 2020, 11:28
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    • Silent tango, 2021, 12:50
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    • On this side of the track, [31:20 min], 2020, film stills, Roma and Romnja talk about living in Dortmund’s northern city. They tell of their traditions and of their experiences with racist prejudice and discrimination. The camera follows their perspectives, showing the facades and peering behind them. In which ways do the spatial structure of the district, the architecture and individual living influence each other? How do the residents furnish themselves in their neighbourhood? How do they want it? And do they finally succeed in shaping their environment according to their own needs?
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    • Digest, 2019~2021, 06:23
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    • Joy of life, 2016~, 05:41
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    • Weight, 2019, ceramics
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    • Corona Rebels, [48:28 min], 2020, film stills, Since spring 2020, more and more people with different political backgrounds have been demonstrating every week against the official sanctions to contain the coronavirus pandemic. The “Corona Rebels”, for example, consider themselves defenders of civil liberty and reject masks and compulsory vaccinations. Instead, they trust in the healing powers of nature and alternative medicine. As a form of protest they use meditation, which they see as an alternative to escalation. From the very beginning, not only esoterics and fans of Jesus, Gandhi and Mandela have been present at their rallies, but also conspiracy ideologists and right-wing extremists. The German imperial war flag is waving beside the rainbow flag; hippies in colourful robes dance barefoot next to black dressed neo-Nazis. What does concern for oneself, freedom and social responsibility mean to them? What unites them, what drives them, how do they organise themselves? Who are they allying themselves with? How democratic are they, what kind of political system do they want? And what role do QAnon and the “Reichsbürger” movement play?
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    • Workshop Unexpected memories through smells…, 2022, documentation
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    • Workshop Unexpected memories through smells…, 2022, documentation
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    • Workshop Unexpected memories through smells…, 2022, documentation