Exhibitions

Expoplu Engage: Departures

Claude Nassar, Golshan Azadokht, Ada M. Patterson, Annabelle Binnerts
21.11.2020 - 13.12.2020
Als we proberen onze huidige tijd te beschrijven zal het woord crisis op het puntje van tong van meeste liggen. Er is een crisis op het gebeid van het klimaat, gezondheid, economie, gelijkheid, racisme, democratie, en zo gaat het lijstje nog wel even door. Het roept de vraag op: hoe zijn wij hier belandt?

Modern-day Griots and tapped train conversations

Ayo, Kateřina Gabriel Konarovská
25.09.2020 - 18.10.2020
For as long as humanity has had access to fire and people have had the time and opportunity to tell each other stories around the campfire, storytelling has been an intrinsic part of culture. When religion arrived, storytelling became even more prominent. –It is a way to share spiritual experiences with one another, by telling - often mystical - stories. With the advent of the internet and contemporary sources such as YouTube, podcast or modern encyclopedia like Wikipedia where anyone can add or edit a page, the transmission of stories from generation to generation, or re-inventing traditional storytellers like modern-day griots, storytelling becomes easier to disseminate and share.

Big Draw Nijmegen

Krista Burger, Mirka Farabegoli
10.09.2020 - 13.09.2020
Big Draw Nijmegen is te gast bij Expoplu. Zie voor meer informatie https://www.thebigdrawnijmegen.nl/

EXPOPLU EXCHANGE: WHO'S TO BLAME?

Koen Kievits, Kurina Sohn, Oscar Ekkelboom, Renee van Oploo en Stan Gonera
24.08.2020 - 28.08.2020
In 2020 Expoplu has started a new pilot program, Expoplu Exchange, in which space, time and means is being offered to artists, writers, curators and scientists to develop their practice in a collective framework. WHO'S TO BLAME? will be the public presentation of the first pilot group, concerning climate issues, the Anthropocene, and the well-being of the earth.