Reading into Things: Queer Phenomenology in Everyday Life

Reading into Things: Queer Phenomenology in Everyday Life “Theory does not only mean reading dense academic texts. Theory can be lived, held, shared.”Lola Olufemi, “Feminism Interrupted” Page Not Found and The Reading Room are delighted to invite you to participate in our new program. The Reading Room is a series of reading sessions revolving around […]

🎉🎊🪅Welcome – and hooray! Page Not Found turns four today!

💫These past years have seen over a 100(!) events taking place in our space, each one a wonderful exchange about publishing, making, writing, reading. We are truly grateful to all – artists, curators, designers, board members, collaborators, volunteers, and our visitors and audience – who contributed to make our initiative what it is today. 

🌟We are looking forward in the coming year to many more explorations, reflections and voices, and their sharing with you.

🍬🍿For now, we think this anniversary deserves a unique treat, and the amazing Silvia Martes @silviamartes agrees! She gracefully accepted our commission for an online screening: “Fragments” is an exclusive cut of three of her films, available for the coming weeks on our website. Silvia’s work — mystical, evocative and dark, reflects on the current surreality of our times, yet reminds us of the ever-urgent call to love the world into being. 

🎞The works featured in this commission are: ‘To Confirm You Are Not a Robot, Place a Check in the Box Next to “I’m Not a Robot”.’ (2021), ‘The Revolutions That Did Not Happen’ (2021), and ‘The Restless Dread of Some(thing) Evil’ (2019). Do watch these Fragments in full screen!

🎥Link in our bio.

🗓”Fragments” is available on our website until February 10!

🎬Silvia Martes, Eindhoven, 1985, completed her BA in Fine Arts at the Audiovisual Department (VAV) at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam in 2013. In 2019 she started a postdoctoral art residency at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. In July 2021 Martes had her first solo exhibition at Museum De Pont (Tilburg). In September 2021 she won the Theodora Niemeiijer Prize from the Van Abbe Museum (Eindhoven). In the same year she was shortlisted for the Prix de Rome and exhibited at the Stedelijk Museum.

#fourthanniversary #birthdayscreening #silviamartes #therevolutionsthatdidnothappen

🎉🎊🪅Welcome – and hooray! Page Not Found turns four today!

💫These past years have seen over a 100(!) events taking place in our space, each one a wonderful exchange about publishing, making, writing, reading. We are truly grateful to all – artists, curators, designers, board members, collaborators, volunteers, and our visitors and audience – who contributed to make our initiative what it is today.

🌟We are looking forward in the coming year to many more explorations, reflections and voices, and their sharing with you.

🍬🍿For now, we think this anniversary deserves a unique treat, and the amazing Silvia Martes @silviamartes agrees! She gracefully accepted our commission for an online screening: “Fragments” is an exclusive cut of three of her films, available for the coming weeks on our website. Silvia’s work — mystical, evocative and dark, reflects on the current surreality of our times, yet reminds us of the ever-urgent call to love the world into being.

🎞The works featured in this commission are: ‘To Confirm You Are Not a Robot, Place a Check in the Box Next to “I’m Not a Robot”.’ (2021), ‘The Revolutions That Did Not Happen’ (2021), and ‘The Restless Dread of Some(thing) Evil’ (2019). Do watch these Fragments in full screen!

🎥Link in our bio.

🗓”Fragments” is available on our website until February 10!

🎬Silvia Martes, Eindhoven, 1985, completed her BA in Fine Arts at the Audiovisual Department (VAV) at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam in 2013. In 2019 she started a postdoctoral art residency at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam. In July 2021 Martes had her first solo exhibition at Museum De Pont (Tilburg). In September 2021 she won the Theodora Niemeiijer Prize from the Van Abbe Museum (Eindhoven). In the same year she was shortlisted for the Prix de Rome and exhibited at the Stedelijk Museum.

#fourthanniversary #birthdayscreening #silviamartes #therevolutionsthatdidnothappen
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Whoosh✨Wishing you all a healthy and adventurous new year! 

☄️Leaving 2021, we are specially grateful to our team, volunteers and board for what we achieved this year — no less than 50 public events and workshops!

🪢We heartily thank all the artists we worked with in 2021: Hamja Ahsan, Félicia Atkinson, Clara Balaguer, Ethel Baraona Pohl, Delphine Bedel, Kendal Beynon, Georgie Brinkman, Simon Browne, Matas Buckus, Yann Chateigné Tytelman, Joana Chicau, Cristina Cochior, Arthur Cordier, Bart de Baets, Jacqueline de Jong, Jonas Delaborde, Chloe Dewe Mathews, Carmen Dusmet, Tatjana Erpen, Shardenia Felicia, Marc Fischer, Yamuna Forzani, Martin Foucaut, Camilo García A., Zuza Golinska, Clara Gradel, Kishonna L. Gray, Artemis Gryllaki, Seda Gürses, Trang Ha, Diana Halabi, Hendrik Hegray, James Hoff, Tim Hollander, Eleonora Johanna Remmen, Omid Kheirabadi, Nami Kim, Xenia Klein, Chris Kraus, Euna Lee, Jacopo Lega, Paul Maheke, Sissel Marie Tonn, David Maroto, Silvia Martes, Juliana Martínez Hernández, Janice McNab, Afrang Nordlöf Malekian, Paulina Olowska, Lidia Pereira, amy pickles, Federico Poni, Ellef Prestsæter, Marthe Prins, Elisenda Pujals, Flora Reznik, Felix Salut, Anne-Marie Schleiner, Jacek Sienkiewicz, Femke Snelting, Cally Spooner, Jackie Sumell, Batia Suter, Koen Taselaar, Jennifer Teets, Louisa Teichmann, Meenakshi Thirukode, Paulina Trzeciak, Louise Ubbels, Floor van Meeuwen, Tommy Ventevogel, Marianne Vierø, Annemarie Wadlow, and WRS_THG.

📽Video: “The Revolutions That Did (Not) Happen”, 2021, courtesy of the amazing Silvia Martes — stay tuned in January for more! ✨

#happynewyear #ontothenextone #whatayear #thankyou #silviamartes

Whoosh✨Wishing you all a healthy and adventurous new year!

☄️Leaving 2021, we are specially grateful to our team, volunteers and board for what we achieved this year — no less than 50 public events and workshops!

🪢We heartily thank all the artists we worked with in 2021: Hamja Ahsan, Félicia Atkinson, Clara Balaguer, Ethel Baraona Pohl, Delphine Bedel, Kendal Beynon, Georgie Brinkman, Simon Browne, Matas Buckus, Yann Chateigné Tytelman, Joana Chicau, Cristina Cochior, Arthur Cordier, Bart de Baets, Jacqueline de Jong, Jonas Delaborde, Chloe Dewe Mathews, Carmen Dusmet, Tatjana Erpen, Shardenia Felicia, Marc Fischer, Yamuna Forzani, Martin Foucaut, Camilo García A., Zuza Golinska, Clara Gradel, Kishonna L. Gray, Artemis Gryllaki, Seda Gürses, Trang Ha, Diana Halabi, Hendrik Hegray, James Hoff, Tim Hollander, Eleonora Johanna Remmen, Omid Kheirabadi, Nami Kim, Xenia Klein, Chris Kraus, Euna Lee, Jacopo Lega, Paul Maheke, Sissel Marie Tonn, David Maroto, Silvia Martes, Juliana Martínez Hernández, Janice McNab, Afrang Nordlöf Malekian, Paulina Olowska, Lidia Pereira, amy pickles, Federico Poni, Ellef Prestsæter, Marthe Prins, Elisenda Pujals, Flora Reznik, Felix Salut, Anne-Marie Schleiner, Jacek Sienkiewicz, Femke Snelting, Cally Spooner, Jackie Sumell, Batia Suter, Koen Taselaar, Jennifer Teets, Louisa Teichmann, Meenakshi Thirukode, Paulina Trzeciak, Louise Ubbels, Floor van Meeuwen, Tommy Ventevogel, Marianne Vierø, Annemarie Wadlow, and WRS_THG.

📽Video: “The Revolutions That Did (Not) Happen”, 2021, courtesy of the amazing Silvia Martes — stay tuned in January for more! ✨

#happynewyear #ontothenextone #whatayear #thankyou #silviamartes
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