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2019
06
Sep

The Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism is collaborating with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Seoul and Het Nieuwe Instituut to host Frames of Resistance, part of the opening weekend of the Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbansim (SBAU). The symposium is part of the Thematic Exhibition (DDP, Seoul), and involves Dutch Participants of the Thematic and Cities exhibitions of the Seoul Biennale and other architects and academics from the Netherlands. 

2019
06
Jun

In 2016 Het Nieuwe Instituut embarked on a research programme around squatting as a form of architecture. The project aimed to open up a discussion on the inclusion of criminalized spatial practices in architectural debates and platforms, while acknowledging the precariousness of the communities involved as well as the need to carefully limit the processes of institutional appropriation. The project has assessed forms of architectural representation and the role of archives and museums as social and political agents, including the forms of control and consumption and changing conditions for inclusion and exclusion that this position facilitates. 

2018
11
Sep

Paper Presentation of “Constructing institutional memory: on the inclusion of non-author-based, precarious, and criminalized spatial practices in the archive.” by Marina Otero Verzier and Katía Truijen as part of the session Transnational collections research at ICAM19, September 11, 2018 in Copenhagen.

2017
29
Jun
17:00 – 18:45
 

Special screening of Era o Hotel Cambridge (The Cambridge Squat, Brazil, 2016) with special guest art director Carla Caffé.

2017
27
Jun
12:00 – 18:00
 

Director of Research Marina Otero Verzier and Senior Researcher Katia Truijen 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.

2017
16
Jun

On June 16 2017 the Jaap Bakema Study Centre convened a symposium on the pressing issue of affordable housing, its architecture and planning. The symposium was part of the International Social Housing Festival 2017 and brought together a range of international scholars and designers: Kenny Cupers, Anne Kockelkorn, Jörg Stollmann, René Boer, Mirjana Milanovic, and Dick van Gameren. 

2017
08
Jun

Artist and technopolitical strategist Simona Levi talked about her multidisciplinary practice in which she strives for free culture, e-democracy and the strategic use of digital tools for collective organisation, communication and action.  

2017
24
May

On Wednesday 24 May 2017 Het Nieuwe Instituut will host an interview in the exhibition Architecture of Appropriation with Giovanni Bozzoli, co-founder of Macao in Milan, and Nicola Baratto, one of the initiators of The Wandering School project.

2017
30
Mar

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. 

2017
23
Feb

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.

2017
02
Feb
19:30 – 21:00
Het Nieuwe Instituut

This evening the State Archive for Architecture and Urban Planning was squatted in order to explore traces of the Netherlands’ history of squatting and its significance for contemporary architecture. With contributions from curator Hetty Berens, architect Ton Venhoeven, researcher and artist Reinier Kranendonk and researcher and activist René Boer.

2017
31
Jan
31/01/2017 – 05/02/2017
 

Todopia is a semi-mobile living / workspace designed by artist Reinier Kranendonk. Through Todopia he makes a plea for independent and self-sufficient existence. The various objects within this living / workspace allow the audience to identify with an autarkic way of life.

René Boer, Marina Otero Verzier and Katía Truijen in collaboration with the communities of ADM, Plantage Dok, Poortgebouw, Wijde Heisteeg 7, Landbouwbelang and Vluchtmaat
Graphic design: Maud Vervenne (publication), Jakub Straka with Sepus Noordmans (installation)
ZUS [Zones Urbaines Sensibles]
Johannes Schwartz
Cathy Brickwood, Aurora Bertoli

This project is part of the programme track Landscape and Interior and the folder A series on the changing landscape.