Paradigma: Global Mobility
Mad emergent art center is organizing a programma themed around Global Mobility for the knowledge-platform Paradigma in the public library in Eindhoven location de Witte Dame. The project consists of an exhibition, a live event “Whas Upstage” and the photo exhibition “Traces of Mobility” , a side event of the Reframe festival, and will be on display until the end of April.
The documentary series by Rob Moonen called “New Brabanders” is on exhibition from 5 April 2013. Watch the series of 9 on TV monitors from the white grandmother chairs. In the exhibition of the documentary series Brabanders with a non-Brabant background are on display talking about their background. The series was commissioned by Schatten van Brabant and previously aired on Omroep Brabant.
Rob: “I started making these portraits out of dissatisfaction with politics where people are pitted against each other. I can’t stand that people are simply dismissed as ‘foreigners’ without looking at the unique man that comes into our environment to live and work. ”
Traces of Mobility
Five photographers from Eindhoven where approached for a photo assignment in the context of the theme ‘mobility’. In collaboration with the Hub for expats in Eindhoven these photographers were linked to five expats living in Eindhoven. The goal is to make a photographic interpretation around a set of questions to clarify the man behind the expat. The themes of Traces of Mobility are: journey, home, why, differences, Eindhoven. The exhibition can be seen from Friday April 19, on the 1st floor as a side event of the Reframe festival.
Participating photographers: Neerle Amrein, Fredrike Manders (http://www.mamaprodukties.nl/) Eric Brown Forest (http://www.e61.nl/about/) Joren Hoogeboom: www.architectuurenfoto.nl Nichon Glerum http:// www.nichon.nl
Expats: Lisa and Ray Whittaker (England); Eva Araos Chile); Fred Benedosso (Italy); Juliet / Xuanqi Li (China); Veronika Beaussant France).
We have a situation!
We have a situation! is a series of live, trans-border, online-offline participatory performances addressing current cross-cultural European issues. Between March and May 2013 four “situations” will be created in four European cities – London, Eindhoven, Nantes and Graz – with each “situation” involving a 5-day workshop and a final networked event taking place at a local venue and simultaneously streamed live through the online platform UpStage. The workshops will take place from 16-18 April, with a live performance on Thursday april 18.