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IMPRINT // What can be done? 

IMPRINT: Start of the Motel Spatie year 27-01-2017

Presentation of latest Motel Spatie productions and the launch of the new projectspace.

SPOON serves dinner at 18:00 (no reservations; max.50 people). Doors and bar open at 17:00. 

After a year of bureaucratic violence, psychic debris and an expanding network of friends we turned a part of our building (a formar public library from 1965) into a projectspace to re-imagine what we were doing last year: Questions we put into practice to address what to do next facing a post-capitalistic society and the rise of gobal social-nationalism. On the ruins of our reflections we ask ourselves: What can be done?

IMPRINT: 
Jakub Nepraš (CZ): occupies vacant and in-between spaces in the shopping mall in presikhaaf with his radiant and sublime video-sculptures. (public space whole month of january).

Erik Tlaseca (Mex) : 'Interzone' publication published under Spatie serving as a last breath after collecting and researching the ruins of Presikhaaf citydistrict Arnhem ( residency March-June 2016). 

Elejan van der Velde (NL) : 'IMPRINT' materialmodel and publication conceived for the proposal for his roadmonument for the Sukharev Tower in Moscow. (research 2015/ residency 2016)

Extra: Ewa Glowacka will present contemprary Polish artbooks and a Polish zinearchive (back to 1985) donated by Hubert Kostkiewicz among the others. Reinaart Vanhoe will be questioned about his book Also-space and he will present the first writings of his Ruruhuis book. Zinedepo presents 'Generative interactionism'. 

Posterdesign by Sido Dekker

Motel Spatie is curated by Claudia Schouten.




 

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Jakub Nepraš finished his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts (AVU) in Prague in 2006. He has exhibited his work in Shanghai (China), New York (U.S.A.), Germany, Uruguay, Israel, Portugal and many other places. He was asked to exhibit in the Czech Pavilion of World Expo two times; 2016 in Milan and 2015 in Shanghai.

2007 Euromobile Prize for best work at the Arte Fiera Bologna, IT
2007 Essl Award, 2nd prize
2007 International Biennale Florence, 3rd prize
2005 Essl Award 4th prize

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Jakub Nepraš draws upon scientific and philosophical knowledge, as well as personal experience, emotions and intuition. He tries to study the contemporary developmental tendencies and behaviour of our super-organism in relation to the position of the individual within the whole entity, and to monitor those natural principles that control or influence all of this. Jakub is reflecting the fundamental changes of society and technology and also its dangers and estrangement from human beings and nature. He is trying in his work to re-appropriate a more original and purer way of life and to give natural, organic forms to contemporary society and technology.

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México, D.F., 1989

Graduated in Visual Arts from the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Engraving “La Esmeralda”. His work focuses in themes such as memory and fiction. He was teacher assistant in “La Esmeralda” from 2014 to 2015. In 2013 he made an academic exchange to the National University of Colombia in Bogota. His texts have been published in The Venice Ideological Guide and the magazine La Tempestad. He was a founding member of the Cooperativa Cráter Invertido. Currently he’s part of the collective “Zúngale” and co-editor of the “Zúngale Comix” anthology, He was selected for the grant for the second period in 2014-2015 in “Jovenes Creadores” for FONCA in the Alternative Media category. He was selected to form part of the Maju Kena Mundur Akademi of the Jakarta Biennale 2015 in Indonesia,

 

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Five statements about my work: 

1. My work grows from subjects as the uncanny, violence, death or memory; products of the syncretism of my country. Coming from a “mestizo” (mixed-race) country, which itself is an unfinished identity,

2. Why to be self-collapsing and contradictory? Because it’s this liminal place where I can reach a sensorial response. I search a form that can propose other shapes of shelter. 

3. My work as an artist exists on the side of an answer for a question that has not been asked, a space where I feel confused and try to improvise whenever is possible. 

4. I don’t to yearn for a final explanation or self-consciousness. Instead, this unfinished quality gives me more questions and ambivalent answers. If something is too clear it doesn’t really attract me anymore.

 

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(1987, Garyp, Friesland).
BA fine Art 2012 (ArtEZ Arnhem)
MA Interior Architecture (Studio for immediate spaces) 2014 (Sandberg Institute Amsterdam)


My work is about space. Some works are based upon the personal memories about space. By rethinking, and putting the spaces in my memory down on paper by drawing or writing, or by retrieving certain aspects of materiality or experiences of these spaces, and to use these ways of remembering as a starting point to design. To re-materialize the memory. Some older works are more based upon the suggesting of a space behind something. To put a suggestive element on or in the wall, or using sounds and video behind a wall, creating an interest in the viewer for the space that is behind the physical space the viewer is present. This makes use of the associative memory of somebody else. The suggestion is just an idea to activate the viewer’s associations.

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27/01 IMPRINT

27/01 IMPRINT

January 19, 2017 13:22 PM

IMPRINT // What can be done? 

IMPRINT: Start of the Motel Spatie year 27-01-2017

Presentation of latest Motel Spatie productions and the launch of the new projectspace.

SPOON serves dinner at 18:00 (no reservations; max.50 people). Doors and bar open at 17:00. 

After a year of bureaucratic violence, psychic debris and an expanding network of friends we turned a part of our building (a formar public library from 1965) into a projectspace to re-imagine what we were doing last year: Questions we put into practice to address what to do next facing a post-capitalistic society and the rise of gobal social-nationalism. On the ruins of our reflections we ask ourselves: What can be done?

IMPRINT: 
Jakub Nepraš (CZ): occupies vacant and in-between spaces in the shopping mall in presikhaaf with his radiant and sublime video-sculptures. (public space whole month of january).

Erik Tlaseca (Mex) : 'Interzone' publication published under Spatie serving as a last breath after collecting and researching the ruins of Presikhaaf citydistrict Arnhem ( residency March-June 2016). 

Elejan van der Velde (NL) : 'IMPRINT' materialmodel and publication conceived for the proposal for his roadmonument for the Sukharev Tower in Moscow. (research 2015/ residency 2016)

Extra: Ewa Glowacka will present contemprary Polish artbooks and a Polish zinearchive (back to 1985) donated by Hubert Kostkiewicz among the others. Reinaart Vanhoe will be questioned about his book Also-space and he will present the first writings of his Ruruhuis book. Zinedepo presents 'Generative interactionism'. 

Posterdesign by Sido Dekker

Motel Spatie is curated by Claudia Schouten.




 

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