Fuzzy Logic

Fuzzy Logic is the 2016 Graduation Show of the Master Media Design of the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam. It's divided across two locations. Opening Friday 17 June.

Jun 2016
Jun 2016
10:00 to 15:00
location: V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media, Eendrachtsstraat 10, 3012 XL, Rotterdam and The Piet Zwart Institute, Mauritsstraat 36, 3012 CJ Rotterdam (5 minute walk from each other)

FUZZY LOGIC:  the 2016 Graduation Show of the Piet Zwart Institute Master Media Design 

Each year the graduating artists and designers of the Media Design & Communication Department Piet Zwart Institute celebrate their graduation by creating an event: an exhibition, lectures, publications and performances to represent as fully as possible the diverse range of practices encompassed by the practice-based research undertaken in the department.

This year's show is entitled Fuzzy Logic:  it features work by Lucas Battich [AR], Manetta Berends [NL], Julie Boschat Thorez [FR], Cihad Caner [TR], Joana Chicau [PT], Cristina Cochior [RO], Solange Frankort [NL], Arantxa Gonlag [NL], Anne Lamb [US], Benjamin Li [NL], Yuzhen Tang [CN], Ruben van de Ven [NL] and Thomas Walskaar [NO]

Opening Times

Tuesday–Sunday 12:00–18:00


Friday 17 June 19:00–20:30 at V2_
Programme continues afterwards from 21:00–22:30 at The Piet Zwart Institute, Mauritsstraat 36, 3012 CJ Rotterdam

19:20 welcome word
19:25 Book Launch: My Hard-Drive Died Along With My Heart A book project by Thomas Walskaar, in conversation with Niek Hilkmann
20:15 WebPage Act I, II, III, performance by Joana Chicau

Special Events

performance: WebPage Act I, II, III by Joana Chicau, daily at 16:00 or by appointment, V2_

public event: Thursday, 23 June: 20:00 - 22:00 Media Cabaret 6: Alumni Illuminata II
A chance to see a selection of MMD&C alumni’s most recent works and hear their experiences since graduation. Hosted by current PZIer’s there’ll be brief show and tells, interviews, video's, games, performance and networking with as show host, Julia Kul.
more info & location: http://www.pzwart.nl

workshop: Sunday, 26 June: 14:00, Piet Zwart Institute
i-could-have-written-that is a two hour workshop on the subject of text mining, in which raw text data will be cooked, personal truth's will be trained and the finite nature of categories will be challenged.
more info: i-could-have-written-that.info

Presentation: Sunday 26 June, 16:30, V2_
This talk is a presentation of the process behind the LIAPO project and the research around it. Julie will discuss networks as intermediary environments between humans, and will address their structural particularities, historical narratives, and upcoming developments.



Graduation show website


Piet Zwart Institute Master Media Design and Communication, Willem de Kooning Academy Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences


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