Rietveld Uncut is one of the three annual presentation moments of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie since 2009. Within Rietveld Uncut, the process of creating work, contact with the public outside the academy and the relationship to Studium Generale's subjects that change every year play a substantive role. Departments and individual students develop projects in relation to the theoretical frameworks of Studium Generale. Since 2014 leads this collaboration to a simultaneous conference week and exhibition, where making and thinking come together.
In collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Gerrit Rietveld Academie presents Refuge – fleeing, flowing, leaking. This is a large-scale, multi-day event in the museum building and includes a festive Friday night. From 22 to 25 March 2023, it focuses on questions of refuge.
For an upcoming performance at the Stedelijk museum this Rietveld student is seeking 40 performers who would commit to the act of carrying.
After two online editions of Rietveld Uncut, the exhibition is taking place IRL again in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam from March 23-26.
(exhibition online from March 24 onwards)
Rietveld Uncut 2021
Deadline: 6 Jan 2021
Open for: Specialisation year 1, 2 & 3
Application info & procedure:
in your Rietveld mailbox / Rietveld Uncut page on Intranet
In collaboration with Studium Generale & Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
As the physical Rietveld Uncut exhibition in Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam could not proceed due to governments’ measures against Covid-19, participants created digital translations of their projects instead.
Take a Walk on the Wild Side | Fabulating Alternative Imaginaries in Art & Life
Rietveld Uncut is an annual exhibition and performance programme by the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Its collaboration with the Sedelijk Museum, Studium Generale builds up to a simultaneous conference-week and exhibition in which ‘the making and the thinking’ comes together. Departments and students have developed projects in relation to the theoretical framework of Studium Generale under the title 'Hold Me Now – Feel and Touch in an Unreal World'
ART & LIFE IN TIMES OF COGNITIVE AUTOMATION
Conference-festival Studium Generale Rietveld Academie 2017, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Studium Generale Rietveld Academie presents a three-days conference-festival guest curated by Melanie Bühler, Warren Neidich and André Lepecki, who have each inaugurated a discursive and performative program on currents concepts and phantasies of and about the brain.
Exhibition with works by BA students, opening night, performances
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Vlaams Cultuurhuis de Brakke Grond, online
The art community & the general public
exhibition, lectures, conference, guest speakers, performances, screenings, master class