During a full day program on May 27 Zone2Source will launch its plans for a multi-annual practice-led exploration: School of MultiSpecies Knowledges, developed by Zone2Source curator Alice Smits in collaboration …Read more
In the time of corona we see that a bacterium or virus can change our entire life. So a miniscule creature is actually not that miniscule at all. In the …Read more
The Re: Tune exhibition can currently only be viewed through the windows of the Glass House. The work of Pei-Ying Lin and Yi-Fei Chen and that of Anton Kats is …Read more
From 10 April 2021 in Amstelpark Since this spring a black, spiky object can be found in the Amstelpark between the Glazen Huis and the Red Bridge. This work, …Read more
online workshops on 25 & 29th March and 1st & 5th April, 2021 presented by Pei-Ying Lin as part of Re:Tune In these narrative workshop, as part of the Re:Tune exhibition, …Read more
In the newspaper NRC of Saturday 13th February, 2021 Kester Freriks wrote about Floriade Whisperings, the four audioplays the artists Krijn Christiaansen & Cathelelijne Montens (KCCM) have developed for the …Read more
In February 2021 Artist Ronald van der Meijs had to temporarily switch off the work Odoshi Cloud Sequence due to the severe frost and the ice formation on the pond. Mid March the work was re-installed in the pond.
Due to its great success (and the lockdown), the installation Unloomed # 1 by The Warp will be extended until February 21, 2021. The installation attracts a lot of attention …Read more
The sound work Floriade Whisperings by the artist duo KCCM (Krijn Christiaansen and Cathelijne Montens) consists of four audio plays on location in which the history of the Amstelpark is told from the perspective of four plants.
Lucette ter Borg of the national newspaper NRC visited Unloomed #1 at Zone2Source and talked to Lee Ellickson of The Warp [article in Dutch only)
The audio documentation of ‘Walking as Research’, a performative talk with Marlies van Hak (researcher and writer) and artist Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec (SI/NL) is now available. This walk-and-talk event was part of the finissage of the Mind Your Step exhibition on 29th November, 2020.
This performance installation The Tenuous Attachment: Unloomed #1 is presented by The Warp and is visible and audible from the outside from 15 – 24 January 2021. If Covid-19 measures allow inside performances in the last weekend (to be announced).
Zone2Source and DNK present ‘presence (Un) presence’ by Martijn Tellenga, 8 day performative installation piece for images, objects, performative actions, and sound at Zone2Source / Het Glazen Huis in the Amstelpark from 13 – 20 December, daily from 12.00 noon to 6 pm.
With our ambition to develop the Amstelpark into a unique park for art and nature, Z2S is looking for inspiring outdoor installations and sculptures focusing on rethinking nature-culture relations and proposing new experiences and practices to the environment.
Radix by Collectief Walden, from 17 February to 25 April 2021, on view daily in the window of the Rietveld House
In Audio Dérives by Esther Hovers the audience is turned into the performer. This audio walk takes the listener from the Amstelpark to Amsterdam’s financial district the Zuidas. Startingpoint: Het Glazen Huis
Plantsoensociologie (2020), de Onkruidenier Installation with ceramic bowls with trees, Heemtuin Amstelpark, Amsterdam Ronald Boer and Jonmar van Vlijmen, together the Onkruidenier, have spent the past year researching landscape typologies …Read more
Since November a free printed map is available at Het Glazen Huis and other spots in the Amstelpark, showing the artworks that were realised with Zone2Source in the Amstelpark. Pick up …Read more
Friday November 27, 2020 Alice Smits from Zone2Source and artist Naomi Bueno de Mesquita will be guests at the Livecast Nieuw Amsterdam # 3 of Pakhuis de Zwijger at 9.30 …Read more
In the Salon series, Mister Motley invites artists to develop an exhibition entirely at their own discretion. Marjolijn Boterenbrood, an artist who has exhibited at Zone2Source before, now presents the …Read more
On November 22, we are organizing three art expeditions, including the opening of two new works (by KCCM and by De Onkruidenier) in the Amstelpark as part of ‘Welcome to the Parliament of Things’. Take a walk through the Amstelpark in three sessions that reflect on the relationship between humans and plants.
Finissage Mind Your Step, 1 – 5.30 PM Finissage programme with Marlies van Hak in conversation with Tao G. Vrhovec Sambolec, performances by Mariken Overdijk, an immersive umbrella installation and a …Read more
5 walking projects remain open in 2020 Now the Mind Your Step exhibition is finished we would like to point out the several op the projects can still be experiences. Suggestions …Read more
Sorry this text is only available in Dutch. Artist and researcher Naomi Bueno de Mesquita invites everybody in Amsterdam to jointly erase the street of the city using her web-app …Read more
Artist and writer Kaylie Kist reviewed the exhbition Mind Your Step. ‘There exists an on-going constant dialogue between the works: Mind Your Step has a kind of rhizomatic format that …Read more
The artists Esther Hoovers and Justin Bennett are in the spotlight at the platform The Hague Artists, an initiative by Stroom, The Hague. On this platform over 1000 artists from The …Read more
This is an overview of the public program of the Mind Your Step exhibition, about the art of walking, from October 4 to November 29, 2020 at Zone2Source. UPCOMING …Read more
Walkaway Naomi Bueno de Mesquita Most of us have come to rely on navigation apps completely to take us where we want to go. But as a consequence, we’ve lost …Read more
Mind Your Step | Atmospheres (Body as Sensors) | Malú Cayetano Molina and Sonia Pérez | October 10 and 11, 2020
Atmospheres (Body as Sensors) Malú Cayetano Molina and Sonia Pérez October 10 and 11, 2020 Is there any difference between the body and its surroundings? Or do they form an …Read more
Mind Your Step | Don’t Walk Into The Woods At Night / Walking White Chairs | Ienke Kastelein | October 30 and 31 2020
Don’t Walk Into The Woods At Night / Walking White Chairs Ienke Kastelein October 30 and 31 Don’t Walk Into The Woods At Night When night falls and the hour …Read more
Line – Off – Line Walk&draw with Liesje van den Berk (no drawing experience or talent required!) October 4, 14 and 31, 2020 Sunday, October 4 4:00-4:30 pm & 5:00-5:30 …Read more
Read the Zone2Source newsletter (September 2020) including: A save the date for Mind Your Step, a group exhibition about the art of walking, opens on October 4, in which we venture …Read more
Sunday September 20, 2020 from 3 – 6 PM is the final day of the Exploded View exhibition. This is the last chance to visit the exhibition in the …Read more
Mind Your Step, exhibition about the art of walking. From October 4th – November, 29th, 2020. Featuring: Tim Knowles, Esther Hovers, Malú Cayetano Molina & Sonia Pérez, Chikako Watanabe, Iris Hoppe, Justin Bennett, Naomi Bueno de Mesquita, Tom Bekkers, Liesje van den Berk, Isolde Venrooy, Ienke Kastelein
Event in Dutch about sustainability in the context of the Bioremediating Missile by Jos Volkers, organised by Squarewise and The Pollinators. — read on in Dutch Johannes Regelink (Squarewise) en …Read more
29 and 30 August and 19th September 2020 Artist Jacqueline Heerema started in spring 2019, as part of the Exploded View research program, with a reconstruction of the history of ‘Land …Read more
Vilbjørg Broch travels through Europa to perform ‘Corona Rituals, Chamber Music during a Mass Psychosis’, a live concert for voice and electronics. On Sunday 23rd August she will perform at Zone2Source, location Glazen Huis
The Zone2Source team and board are happy, excited (and relieved) that Zone2Source has been included for the first time in the 4-year Arts Plan (2021 – 2024) of the Amsterdam …Read more
27th July 2020 Online lecture from het Glazen Huis organised by Queer Currents The 2019 surge in eco-activism was spearheaded not just by Greta Thunberg but by queer communities. Melanie …Read more
The rocket with seeds from artist Jos Volkers of Ecological Space Engineering is on its way to the Netherlands. Jos left Romania on Tuesday. The seed bomb can be seen at Zone2Source in the Amstelpark from 15 August to 5 September
Exhibition by Irene Kopelman July 4th – September 5th, 2021 Here and Elsewhere aims to re-establish our connection with the environment by providing an insight in the dimensions of the …Read more
Sissel Marie Tonn has won the Bio Art & Design Award (BAD Award) for the project ‘Becoming a sentinel species’. She showed the work project Cartographies of the vanishing now with Jonathan …Read more
At Zone2Source we are super excited we can join the Mokum Midzomerprogramme, aimed at children and young people up to the age of 23. With a number of artists we …Read more
Zone2Source wants to install the Buzzbench 2.0 and PIT in the Amstelpark together with the artists AnneMarie van Splunter and Karin van Dam. Zone2Source is committed to positioning the Amstelpark …Read more
Video with Elizaveta Glukhova and Anna Sitnikova, curators of the Moon Gallery Garden exhibition, on show at Zone2Source until 12th July 2020
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.
The Bioremediating Missile by Jos Volkers, worlds largest seed bomb, is coming the Zone2Source in the Amstelpark, Amsterdam (August 15th – September 5th, 2020)
In collaboration with Zone2Source, artist Ronald van der Meijs presents his new work Odoshi Cloud Sequence in het Amstelpark (from August 2020 – July 2021). Please mind: due to ice the …Read more
Linda Molenaar is artist in residence at Zone2Source from June 15 to July 20, 2020. During that time she works from Monday to Friday in the Orangerie, the beautiful plant …Read more
Entangled moments of intimate publicness: Out of myself/ fuori di testa Public parks promise public life: hanging out with or without purpose, meeting or …Read more