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In collaboration with academies, designers, artists, theatre makers, machines, chefs, inventors, researchers, algorithms, activists and neighbours, Neuhaus will run a 4-month, open-ended curriculum.

2019
06
Jun

Schemas of Uncertainty is a collective research project which addresses the notion of prediction, both as a long-standing interest of human beings through their histories, but also as inscribed into the techno-capitalist present. It does so in an attempt to understand how embracing uncertainty might become a gesture towards occupying an elsewhere and otherwise.

2019
08
Jun

Hundreds of thousands of individual micro-organisms that are crucial for such things as oxygen level can float in one cubic metre of air. The experimental setup Aerobiome attempts to get a grip on these organisms by first making them visible.

2019
13
Jun

Schemas of Uncertainty is a collective research project which addresses the notion of prediction, both as a long-standing interest of human beings through their histories, but also as inscribed into the techno-capitalist present. It does so in an attempt to understand how embracing uncertainty might become a gesture towards occupying an elsewhere and otherwise.

2019
14
Jun

Neuhaus Affenkäfig is all about training and celebrating the imagination. During this three-day imagination training session, you can disconnect from your everyday reality and start a shared process of reinvention. Through a series of trials, meditative techniques, intensive exercises and masterclasses, you will be able to activate your unique creative force and, together with others, discover potential new ways of being (together).

2019
15
Jun

Neuhaus Affenkäfig is all about training and celebrating the imagination. During this three-day imagination training session, you can disconnect from your everyday reality and start a shared process of reinvention. Through a series of trials, meditative techniques, intensive exercises and masterclasses, you will be able to activate your unique creative force and, together with others, discover potential new ways of being (together).

2019
16
Jun
10:00 – 16:00
 

“Scale Travel journeys give access to various embodied experiences across time and space, acquainting us with our intimate neighbours: from the microbiome living within and amongst us to the stars that shine upon the earth.”

2019
20
Jun

Schemas of Uncertainty is a collective research project which addresses the notion of prediction, both as a long-standing interest of human beings through their histories, but also as inscribed into the techno-capitalist present. It does so in an attempt to understand how embracing uncertainty might become a gesture towards occupying an elsewhere and otherwise.

2019
20
Jun

Neuhaus Affenkäfig is all about training and celebrating the imagination. During this three-day imagination training session, you can disconnect from your everyday reality and start a shared process of reinvention. Through a series of trials, meditative techniques, intensive exercises and masterclasses, you will be able to activate your unique creative force and, together with others, discover potential new ways of being (together).

2019
23
Jun
12:00 – 16:00
 

“Scale Travel journeys give access to various embodied experiences across time and space, acquainting us with our intimate neighbours: from the microbiome living within and amongst us to the stars that shine upon the earth.”

2019
30
Jun
10:00 – 16:00
 

“Scale Travel journeys give access to various embodied experiences across time and space, acquainting us with our intimate neighbours: from the microbiome living within and amongst us to the stars that shine upon the earth.”

2019
04
Jul
04/07/2019 – 10/11/2019
Het Nieuwe Instituut

The installation Malware, curated by Bas van de Poel and Marina Otero Verzier, focusses on the most infamous examples of computer viruses. These form the starting point for an exploration of questions of security, warfare and geopolitics in times of rapid technological advance.

2019
13
Jul

Hundreds of thousands of individual micro-organisms that are crucial for such things as oxygen level can float in one cubic metre of air. The experimental setup Aerobiome attempts to get a grip on these organisms by first making them visible.

2019
13
Jul

After the Cloud, came the Fog. In the advent of a new computational metaphor, the mythical figure ‘Eliza Ludd’ from within the 19th-century Luddite revolts is excavated and re-actioned.

2019
14
Jul
12:30 – 17:00
 

The powerful Japanese pressure point massage technique, Shiatsu, allows participants to reconnect with their body. Joost van Veen sees the transforming effect of Shiatsu as an intriguing alchemical process.

2019
28
Jul
12:30 – 17:00
 

The powerful Japanese pressure point massage technique, Shiatsu, allows participants to reconnect with their body. Joost van Veen sees the transforming effect of Shiatsu as an intriguing alchemical process.

2019
10
Aug

Hundreds of thousands of individual micro-organisms that are crucial for such things as oxygen level can float in one cubic metre of air. The experimental setup Aerobiome attempts to get a grip on these organisms by first making them visible.

2019
11
Aug

Sugar: A Cosmology is a participatory design research project seeking to grow a rhizomatic alternative history of the rise of modernity/coloniality, from the perspective of sugar.

2019
18
Aug
12:30 – 17:00
 

The powerful Japanese pressure point massage technique, Shiatsu, allows participants to reconnect with their body. Joost van Veen sees the transforming effect of Shiatsu as an intriguing alchemical process.

2019
24
Aug

A guided meditation created by artist Annika Kappner invites the visitor to explore the (bio) diversity and complexity of The New Garden; to connect himself to his surroundings and experience the hybrid, seemingly conflicting elements of the environment through the senses.

2019
27
Aug

Other Voices is a four-day workshop dedicated to ‘other voices’—lost, marginal, withdrawn, or otherwise repressed voices from the past, the present and the future. What and where are (were) dissident voices that resist hegemonic power structures and confirmative social constraints? How do ‘other voices’ inspire and encourage us to imagine resistance differently?

2019
01
Sep

Sugar: A Cosmology is a participatory design research project seeking to grow a rhizomatic alternative history of the rise of modernity/coloniality, from the perspective of sugar.

2019
06
Sep

Listen to the city in a different way. During this walk through Rotterdam, PolakVanBekkum let you experience what it’s like to listen with ears that are further apart than you’re used to. A spatial experience simulating that of large objects in the city: a different reality.

2019
07
Sep

Listen to the city in a different way. During this walk through Rotterdam, PolakVanBekkum let you experience what it’s like to listen with ears that are further apart than you’re used to. A spatial experience simulating that of large objects in the city: a different reality.

2019
12
Sep

A mini symposium about organic architecture from historical and recent perspectives. We will talk with a group of architects, designers, landscape architects and artists who organized meetings on architecture, nature and art in the 1970s and 1980s.

2019
14
Sep

Listen to the city in a different way. During this walk through Rotterdam, PolakVanBekkum let you experience what it’s like to listen with ears that are further apart than you’re used to. A spatial experience simulating that of large objects in the city: a different reality.

2019
14
Sep

Listen to the city in a different way. During this walk through Rotterdam, PolakVanBekkum let you experience what it’s like to listen with ears that are further apart than you’re used to. A spatial experience simulating that of large objects in the city: a different reality.

2019
15
Sep

A guided meditation created by artist Annika Kappner invites the visitor to explore the (bio) diversity and complexity of The New Garden; to connect himself to his surroundings and experience the hybrid, seemingly conflicting elements of the environment through the senses.

Past events

2019
18
May
10:00 – 18:00
Het Nieuwe Instituut

Neuhaus starts its four-month period as an academy for more-than-human knowledge on Saturday, 18 May 2019 with a symposium that sets the tone of the academy by outlining the challenges and presenting the core themes, and thereby introduces the curriculum. It provides Neuhäusler with their first more-than-human tools!

2019
02
May

As part of Het Nieuwe Instituut’s research on burn-out and exhausted bodies, this series investigates how voice, oral histories, and collective, embodied listening, could be deployed as a counterbalance of the pervasiveness of the image and the growing pressure to put bodies on display. For this first event, Professor of anthropology Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing read, by means of an audio piece, her work The Mushroom at the End of the World.

2019
01
May
01/05/2019 – 05/05/2019
Het Nieuwe Instituut

The TINY [BAU]HAUS  by the German National Tourist Board (DZT) and DUS Architects is travelling around Europe, and in April will be pitching up at Het Nieuwe Instituut. In the 3D-printed mini-house, visitors can get a complete sensory experience of the three Bauhaus locations Weimar, Dessau and Berlin. 

2019
25
Apr

How does the Bauhaus functionalistic credo live on in architecture, and how does architecture relate to the human dimension? These questions invite different cinematographic approaches from contemporary artists.

2019
18
Apr

Designing for Precarious Citizens is a research-by-design project by Artez Future Makers, the centre of expertise for interdisciplinary design based research. Starting point of this project is the work of Dutch architect Johan Niegeman, who attempted to design a better quality of housing for the masses. Apart from dedicating himself to designing for these ‘precarious’ citizens, Niegeman was convinced that design should always be achieved with the best techniques available.

2019
11
Apr

100 years ago 'Staatliche Bauhaus' was founded by Walter Gropius in Weimar. From Germany, this art academy grew into one of the most influential worldwide architectural and design movements of the 20th century. On the occasion of Bauhaus' jubilee, Germany Travel has developed a TINY [BAU]HAUS together with DUS Architects as a sample of the impressive Bauhaus heritage in Germany.

 

2019
11
Apr
11/04/2019 – 23/04/2019
Het Nieuwe Instituut

The TINY [BAU]HAUS  by the German National Tourist Board (DZT) and DUS Architects is travelling around Europe, and in April will be pitching up at Het Nieuwe Instituut. In the 3D-printed mini-house, visitors can get a complete sensory experience of the three Bauhaus locations Weimar, Dessau and Berlin. 

2019
14
Mar
19:30 – 21:00
 

Reading Matter explores the relationship between design and matter from ecological, historical and sensory perspectives. What underpins the cultural difference between matter and material? And what are the possibilities for the non-exploitative forms of existence in the material world?

2019
14
Feb

With its combination of various arts such as painting, photography film, architecture, fashion, product and interior design and textile art, the Bauhaus is still considered the epitome of a technologically advanced modernity. Last but not least, the attempt to create the whole society aesthetically, inspired many artists worldwide. Even in the contemporary Moving Image, the Bauhaus heritage is referenced in many ways, directly or associatively. 

2019
08
Feb

To celebrate the centenary of the opening of the Bauhaus in 1919, Hetty Berens, curator of Sonneveld House, will give a lecture about the relationship between the Bauhaus and Sonneveld House during the 2019 Art Rotterdam Week.

2019
07
Feb

To celebrate the centenary of the opening of the Bauhaus in 1919, Hetty Berens, curator of Sonneveld House, will give a lecture about the relationship between the Bauhaus and Sonneveld House during the 2019 Art Rotterdam Week.

2018
27
Nov
19:00 – 21:30
Het Nieuwe Instituut

Neuhaus and students of Interior Architecture and Furniture Design at the KABK (the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague) organise a unifying small-scale (invitation-only) dining experience under the title of Recalibrate your senses