28/5/2019
Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Two Stones
Evenings with WHW Akademija
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Wendelien van Oldenborgh, still from Two Stones (2019), courtesy of Gallery Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam and artist

SCREENING
28/05/2019 AT 19.00
GALLERY NOVA, TESLINA 7, ZAGREB

Two Stones (2019), a single image edit with two soundtracks played sequentially, created by Wendelien van Oldenbourgh explores the trajectories and ideals of the Bauhaus-trained, German architect LotteStam-Beese and the Caribbean activist and writer Hermina Huiswoud through dialogues and appearances by contemporary protagonists. Both Stam-Beese and Huis woud spent time working in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s and both ended up being active in the Netherlands after WWII. Two Stones was filmed in the 1930s constructivist district of KhTZ in Kharkiv,Ukraine, the first large housing project on which Lotte Stam-Beese worked, andin Stam-Beese’s celebrated 1950s Pendrecht, designed during her period as Rotterdam’s main architect/urban planner. In the 1970s, Hermina Huis woud was agitating against the Rotterdam housing rule, which limited Caribbean Dutchinhabitants to settle in any of the city’s districts if their presence wouldexceed 5% of the population. Resonances as well as dissonances between the distinct trajectories of the two women and their expectation from communist ideology are sensed through thoughts and experiences of the protagonists who all have a personal or professional relation to the issues at hand. Screening was followed by author's conversation with Nataša Ilić.

 

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Evenings with WHW Akademija
Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Two Stones
No items found.

Wendelien van Oldenborgh, still from Two Stones (2019), courtesy of Gallery Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam and artist

SCREENING
28/05/2019 AT 19.00
GALLERY NOVA, TESLINA 7, ZAGREB

Two Stones (2019), a single image edit with two soundtracks played sequentially, created by Wendelien van Oldenbourgh explores the trajectories and ideals of the Bauhaus-trained, German architect LotteStam-Beese and the Caribbean activist and writer Hermina Huiswoud through dialogues and appearances by contemporary protagonists. Both Stam-Beese and Huis woud spent time working in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s and both ended up being active in the Netherlands after WWII. Two Stones was filmed in the 1930s constructivist district of KhTZ in Kharkiv,Ukraine, the first large housing project on which Lotte Stam-Beese worked, andin Stam-Beese’s celebrated 1950s Pendrecht, designed during her period as Rotterdam’s main architect/urban planner. In the 1970s, Hermina Huis woud was agitating against the Rotterdam housing rule, which limited Caribbean Dutchinhabitants to settle in any of the city’s districts if their presence wouldexceed 5% of the population. Resonances as well as dissonances between the distinct trajectories of the two women and their expectation from communist ideology are sensed through thoughts and experiences of the protagonists who all have a personal or professional relation to the issues at hand. Screening was followed by author's conversation with Nataša Ilić.

 

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28/5/2019
Evenings with WHW Akademija
Wendelien van Oldenborgh, Two Stones
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SCREENING
28/05/2019 AT 19.00
GALLERY NOVA, TESLINA 7, ZAGREB

Two Stones (2019), a single image edit with two soundtracks played sequentially, created by Wendelien van Oldenbourgh explores the trajectories and ideals of the Bauhaus-trained, German architect LotteStam-Beese and the Caribbean activist and writer Hermina Huiswoud through dialogues and appearances by contemporary protagonists. Both Stam-Beese and Huis woud spent time working in the Soviet Union in the early 1930s and both ended up being active in the Netherlands after WWII. Two Stones was filmed in the 1930s constructivist district of KhTZ in Kharkiv,Ukraine, the first large housing project on which Lotte Stam-Beese worked, andin Stam-Beese’s celebrated 1950s Pendrecht, designed during her period as Rotterdam’s main architect/urban planner. In the 1970s, Hermina Huis woud was agitating against the Rotterdam housing rule, which limited Caribbean Dutchinhabitants to settle in any of the city’s districts if their presence wouldexceed 5% of the population. Resonances as well as dissonances between the distinct trajectories of the two women and their expectation from communist ideology are sensed through thoughts and experiences of the protagonists who all have a personal or professional relation to the issues at hand. Screening was followed by author's conversation with Nataša Ilić.

 

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Wendelien van Oldenborgh, still from Two Stones (2019), courtesy of Gallery Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam and artist