Exploded View is a group exhibition (27 July – 20 Sept, 2021) in and about the Amstelpark which shows the results of a research 12 artists have conducted over the last year into the Amstelpark. This exhibition is a collaboration with Krien Clevis and Clue+/heritage studies of the Vrije Universiteit.
Exploded View is a multi-year artistic research program in the Amstelpark (2018 – 2020) that examines landscapes to look at current activations from their heritage history. The Amstelpark is exchanging information with Parco Regionale dell’Appia Antica in Rome. Exploded View consists of research in 2018-2019, small-scale presentations of the first results in 2019 and a larger public program in 2020.
Here you will find more information about the program, an overview of the activities and a link to a heritage resource page about the Amstelpark and it’s history as park that was designed for the international horticulture exhibition Floriade in 1972.
Exploded View is artistic research program Amstelpark (2018 – 2020) that investigates landscapes in order to look at current activations from their heritage history. In this project, the Amstelpark enters into an exchange with the Parco Regionale dell’Appia Antica in Rome. After research in 2018 – 2019, and small scale presentations of preliminary results in 2019 Exploded View will lead to a public presentation in April 2020
28-29 september 2019
A full weekend of performances, expeditions, archeological research, experiments and more with Exploded View, where artists and designers are invited to explore urban landscapes through their heritage.
Wednesday May 9, 2018 03:00 – 06.00 PM Venue: Main Building Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Room HG 14A-20 Exploded View is an artistic research project investigating urban landscapes in transition. The project focuses on two very …Read more
New page on the background and history of the Amstelpark as it was designed for the Floriade 1972. Together with artists, Zone2Source uses the current Amstelpark as a living lab and jointly investigates the rich history and heritage in the park. Zone2Source would like to develop the Amstelpark as a park for art and ecology that fits this Floriade history.