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16 videos

  • Graphite Knots – Gam Bodenhausen

    From May until October 2018 Eindhoven based artist Gam Bodenhausen creates her installation Graphite Knots in the Eye (het Oog), a patio at the Van Abbemuseum. Over a period of five months, Bodenhausen will make a huge drawing on the monumental back wall of Het Oog, examining the basic material of the drawing: graphite. Inspired by encounters during her travels she explores the history and the future of the pencil.

  • Rasheed Araeen: A Retrospective

    An interview with artist Rasheed Araeen and curator Nick Aikens about the exhibition Rasheed Araeen: A Retrospective. It is the first comprehensive survey of the artist. The exhibition, spanning 60 years of work. It was on view at the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven from 2 December 2017 until 25 March 2018.

  • Qiu Zhijie: Journeys without Arrivals

    An interview with artist Qiu Zhijie and curator Davide Quadrio about the exhibition Qiu Zhijie: Journeys without Arrivals which was on view from 1 April until 24 September 2017 in the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven.

  • Duncan Campbell – Positions #3

    Duncan Campbell (born Dublin, Ireland, 1972) is one of the four artists in the exhibition Positions #3 organised by the Van Abbemuseum. In this video he talks about his work.

  • Maryam Jafri – Positions #3

    Maryam Jafri (Karachi, Pakistan, 1972) is one of the four artists in the exhibition Positions #3 organised by the Van Abbemuseum.

  • Natasja Kensmil – Positions #3

    Natasja Kensmil (Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 1973) is one of the four artists in the exhibition Positions #3 organised by the Van Abbemuseum. In this video she explains the way she works.

  • Rossella Biscotti – Positions #3

    Rossella Biscotti (Molfetta, Italy, 1978) is one of the four artists in the exhibition Positions #3 organised by the Van Abbemuseum.

  • Intimate Earthquake Archives

    Sissel Marie Tonn won the Theodora Niemeijer Prize and will show an interactive installation on the earthquakes in Groningen.