A Visit of the Haji Widayat Museum in Central JavaDecember 2018
After Party in ShanghaiJanuary 2016
‘Do you go out a lot?’ This is one of the banal but frequently asked questions that people in their late-20s or 30s pose when we casually meet each other for the first time. Read more..
Road Trip to Crow’s ShadowNovember 2014
It was rainy and cold the morning I went on my four-hour drive from Boise, the capital of Idaho, to the printmaking institute Crow’s Shadow on the Umatilla Reservation in Oregon. Clouds hung over the tops of the Blue Mountains and raindrops covered my windscreen with a sheet of Pacific Northwest rain. The radio was playing Mac Demarco’s Salad Days and the wipers weren’t doing their job well. Read more..
April 2014 in IndiaJune 2014
At the beginning of April, 2014, I went on a three-week research trip to India. On the first part of the journey, I travelled with Jelle Bouwhuis to New Delhi, Baroda and Bombay. On the second part, I went to Bengaluru, Kolkata and again to Delhi. Read more..
In Indonesia with KUNCIOctober 2013
In late November, the first exhibition of the multiyear Global Collaborations project opens to the public. The group exhibition, Made in Commons, is the result of intensive collaboration with the KUNCI Cultural Studies Center in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Project curator Kerstin Winking traveled to Indonesia in August to visit the participating artists there. During her trip, with stops in Jakarta, Bandung, Jatiwangi and Yogyakarta, Kerstin was accompanied by KUNCI curator Syafiatudina (Dina) and the Dutch artist Vincent Vulsma, who was carrying out research for his own contribution to Made in Commons.