Pop-in Expo
Weekly changing presentations in the foyer of Het Nieuwe Instituut
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Weekly changing presentations in the foyer of Het Nieuwe Instituut. A controversial new design, sensational research, work by an emerging talent or a new acquisition for the State Archive for Dutch Architecture and Urban Planning are given a place in the spotlight. Free admission.

Past events

2017
18
Apr
18/04/2017 – 23/04/2017
 

On the occasion of the Games for Cities conference on 20 and 21 April at Het Nieuwe Instituut, organiser Play the City selected several games for the pop-in expo.

2017
04
Apr
04/04/2017 – 09/04/2017
 

This pop-in expo features 'What's the Point?', a project by Fang-Jui Chang and curated by Damage Playground, which aims to reconsider how human behaviour affects our society and environment. 

2017
21
Mar
21/03/2017 – 02/04/2017
 

This week's pop-in expo features the work of Design Museum Dharavi. This unique museum, based in the neighbourhood of Dharavi, Mumbai, showcases products by talented locals in the form of a nomadic exhibition space, and employs design as a tool to promote social change and innovation on a global scale.

2017
14
Mar
14/03/2017 – 19/03/2017
 

The One Minutes is a global network devoted to moving image.
 Every month, a different artist is asked to put together a new series of 60- second films that investigate how we perceive and engage with moving image. Museums and cultural organisations around the world subscribe to the series.

2017
28
Feb

White Spots is a multimedia project by documentary filmmaker Bregtje van der Haak, visual artist Jacqueline Hassink and information designer Richard Vijgen. Stepping beyond the frontiers of the networked world, they explore unwired landscapes, communities and lifestyles, and question the need to be always “on”, plugged into a single, seamless, planetary techtopia.

2017
21
Feb
21/02/2017 – 26/02/2017
 

In her ongoing research on cultural identity artist Sandim Mendes explores in MASQ e CABEZAS 11 the realm of the subconscious mind and its role in the construction of identity. The result is a series of photographs, textiles and drawings.

2017
07
Feb
07/02/2017 – 19/02/2017
 

This pop-in expo shows the photo series Calais: from jungle to city by Henk Wildschut that was part of the exhibition Insecurities: Tracing Displacement and Shelter at MoMA.

2017
07
Feb
07/02/2017 – 19/02/2017
 

With the pop-in expo From the human perspective art platform The Publisher shows us the artistic talent of refugees that came to Europe in recent years. Through art, the power of the individual and the need for self-expression asylum procedures are been investigated. This pop-in expo shows the positive effect of creativity on integration.

2017
31
Jan
31/01/2017 – 05/02/2017
 

Todopia is a semi-mobile living / workspace designed by artist Reinier Kranendonk. Through Todopia he makes a plea for independent and self-sufficient existence. The various objects within this living / workspace allow the audience to identify with an autarkic way of life.

2017
18
Jan
18/01/2017 – 30/01/2017
 

Artist Diana Scherer is selected by the jury of the 2016 New Material Award as the New Material Fellow. For the next months Het Nieuwe Instituut will support Scherer as she develops her research project further. Scherer was awarded the fellowship for her Interwoven project, in which she manipulates plant root systems to create a textile-like material.

2017
10
Jan
10/01/2017 – 05/02/2017
 

The past 25 years of architecture and urban planning policy have yielded a bountiful and colourful harvest. Compiled by the Office of the Government Architect, the exhibition brings together numerous projects that came about through the incentive policies and the patronage of the State. Moreover, the exhibition devotes ample attention to young talent, internationalisation, and developments in architectural education. 

2017
03
Jan
03/01/2017 – 08/01/2017
 

Students of the Willem de Kooning Academy’s Digital Craft program present their second instalment of works on Craft and Radiation. In Digital Craft: Talk Radio more conversational projects about our wireless world are brought to the fore.