Letters to the Mayor: a meeting at City Hall14 MARCH 2019
On 4 March 2019, Mayor Ahmed Aboutaleb and Alderman Said Kasmi of the Education, Culture and Tourism department received the publication containing the results of the Letters to the Mayor project.
I See That I See What You Don't See Opens in La XXII Triennale Di Milano21 FEBRUARY 2019
Op 1 maart 2019 opent I See That I See What You Don’t See, de Nederlandse bijdrage aan de XXII Triennale di Milano. In deze Triënnale onderzoekt curator Paola Antonelli met het thema Broken Nature: Design Takes on Human Survival, welke rol design kan spelen bij het herstellen van de relatie tussen de mens en zijn omgeving, in zowel natuurlijke als sociale ecosystemen. De Nederlandse bijdrage reageert op het overkoepelende thema met een presentatie over onze relatie tot duisternis.
I See That I See What You Don’t See28 JANUARY 2019
The Dutch contribution to the XXII Triennale di Milano comprises a programme of events in both Milan and Rotterdam, and a publication. It takes the complex relationships between light and dark, between seeing and not seeing, as a starting point for an exploration of their conflicting effects on humans, the Earth and other organisms.
Josien Paulides appointed new director of finance and operations at Het Nieuwe Instituut7 JANUARY 2019
From mid-March 2019, Josien Paulides will take up the post of director of finance and operations at Het Nieuwe Instituut.
Dutch participation in the XXII Triennale di Milano6 DECEMBER 2018
Guus Beumer, Director of Het Nieuwe Instituut, has been appointed as commissioner of the Dutch contribution to the XXII Triennale di Milano from 1 March to 1 September.
Screen Spaces, a geography of moving image30 NOVEMBER 2018
Het Nieuwe Instituut launches the exhibition and lecture series Screen Spaces, a geography of moving image in New York.
WORK, BODY, LEISURE closing event and afterlives21 NOVEMBER 2018
The Dutch contribution to the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, will travel to Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam, where it will be open to the public from 21 December. The installation will chart a journey through a series of architectures in the Netherlands and beyond in which bodies are categorized and transformed: offices, playgrounds, farms, factories and virtual spaces, windows, beds, and doors. Scenarios that look familiar—if rarely accessible or seemingly banal—but are nevertheless at the epicenter of the transformation.
Press Release Speculative Design Archive10 OCTOBER 2018
This Fall, Het Nieuwe Instituut temporarily transforms into a design archive. Since the late 1980s design from the Netherlands has been world-renowned under the banner of Dutch Design. But what about the memory of Dutch design today? What will be preserved for the future? Why, how and by whom?