Public Program:
Be(com)ing Dutch Closing Party
Date
March 27 2009
Description
Be(com)ing Dutch Closing Lecture and Reception with the Project Curators Annie Fletcher and Charles Esche

Be(com)ing Dutch is a large project developed over two years both inside and outside the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Consisting of debates, reading groups, artist's projects, exhibitions, and residencies, it interrogated various forms of collective participation and production.

Museum as Hub: Be(com)ing Dutch at a Distance, the final phase of the project, features an installation by Michael Blum in the fifth-floor Museum as Hub space and additional presentations of works by Lidwien van de Ven and Johan van der Keuken in the theater.

Tonight’s address and reception celebrate the official close of the two-year Be(com)ing Dutch project, with a lecture by the project’s curators addressing the trajectory of Be(com)ing Dutch. A keynote address by the project’s curators Charles Esche, Director, and Annie Fletcher, Curator, of the Van Abbemuseum, will be followed by a reception.

A keynote address by the project’s curators Charles Esche, Director, and Annie Fletcher, Curator, of the Van Abbemuseum, will be followed by a reception.

Guest curators
Exhibition
Copyright
Courtesy the Artist and New Museum
Identifier
6822