Femke Herregraven is an artist who explores which new material base, geographies and value systems contemporary financial technologies and infrastructures carve out. Works exist digital and as drawings, prints, sculptures, video and installations. Recent group exhibitions include Simon Denny: TEDxVaduz redux, T293, Rome and online as part of the Extinction Marathon, Serpentine Galleries, London (both in 2014), Globale Infosphere, ZKM, Karlsruhe; Algorithmic Rubbish: Daring to Defy Misfortune, Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam; Extension du domaine du jeu, Centre Pompidou, Paris; Art In The Age of…Planetary Computation, Witte de With, Migration Matters, Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, All of This Belongs to You, V&A Museum, London, Dark Ecology, Norway/Russia, (all 2015); Conversation Piece, Transmediale, Berlin; Neoliberal Lulz, Carroll / Fletcher, London; Grand New, Future Gallery, Berlin; Digital Abstractions, Hek, Basel; CCS Bard / Hessel Museum, New York; Oslo Triennial, Oslo (all 2016). She’s currently a resident at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam.
TIME AND DATES
3x3: every first Friday of the month.
Part I: June 2, 2017 from 18.00h - 21.00h
Part II: July 7 2017 from 18.00h - 21.00h
Part III: August 4, 2017 from 18.00h - 21.00h
Free entrance! This event is part of the Kunstavond.
3X3: THE THREE OF
Experiments are an essential part of every art practice. Even more than the end results, experiments, bèta versions and try-outs offer an inside look on how an artist thinks and works. Therefore, the experiment is made central in 3x3. V2_ offers three artists the space, time and resources to develop three experiments. Every first Friday evening of the month the public can witness one of these experiments live. A unique experience, as with every experiment no one knows what the experiment will lead
Every Friday the Kunstblock art venues in the Witte de Withkwartier are open in the evening. Visit MAMA, TENT, UBIK, V2_Lab for the Unstable Media, Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art and CBK Rotterdam’s collection of art in public space. Click here for the programme.