Het Nieuwe Instituut
3015 CB Rotterdam
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Graham Foundation Grant 2017
4 AUGUST 2017
Architecture of Appropriation, Het Nieuwe Instituut's long-term research project and upcoming publication on squatting as spatial practice, has been awarded a 2017 Graham Foundation Grant to organisations.
15 JUNE 2017
Taking as a departure point the collective research that Het Nieuwe Instituut is conducting into squatting as an architectural practice (Architecture of Appropriation), Marina Otero Verzier and Katia Truijen will present a paper at the international MuseumNext conference in Rotterdam on 28 June 2017 that examines the role of museums in the construction of the history of the city and its inhabitants.
Interview René Boer
20 APRIL 2017
Urban and architectural researcher, writer and activist René Boer is part of the curatorial team for the exhibition Architecture of Appropriation.
Architecture of Control in The New Garden
20 APRIL 2017
A small plot of land in Het Nieuwe Instituut’s New Garden has been appropriated! Every ten days the initiators of ‘Architecture of Control’ will transform the white tower they installed, investigating different functions of the tower as an object.
Interview with Jakub Straka
9 APRIL 2017
An interview with graphic designer Jakub Straka.
Fight, Squat, Resist: Housing Alternatives of Social Movements in Architecture of Appropriation
31 MARCH 2017
From Thursday 30 March 2017 the installation Fight, Squat, Resist: Housing Alternatives of Social Movements will be on view as part of Architecture of Appropriation, a long-term research project on squatting as a form of architecture, now on at Het Nieuwe Instituut.
Listen to: Squatting as the Performance of Justice
16 FEBRUARY 2017
We often think of architecture as representing this or that. As if it is primarily a symbolic language speaking to us about other things without itself doing much else. But what if it is more than that? Architecture helps us perform our lives, even in its symbolic deeds. With Jacob Voorthuis and Students from the Master in Architecture, Urban Design and Engineering (AUDE) at Eindhoven University of Technology.
Reinier Kranendonk 'squats' Architecture of Appropriation
9 FEBRUARY 2017
On 6 February 2017 artist Reinier Kranendonk took over part of the exhibition space of Architecture of Appropriation on the third floor of Het Nieuwe Institute with Todopia, the semi-mobile living / workspace he designed and that was on display in the institute's foyer the previous week. Kranendonk issued a written statement to explain his motivation, commenting that it would be in keeping with the spirit of Architecture of Appropriation to move Todopia within the exhibition itself.