Onomatopee

 

Willemstraat 27
5611 HB Eindhoven 

Next to the Design Academy, a 10 minutes walk to both central station as to the Van Abbemuseum.

open during exhibitions

Thursday to Sunday, 13:00- 17:00
and by appointment

see also
Onomatopee twitter
Onomatopee facebook
Onomatopee instagram
or
Onomatopee mailinglist

SOCIAL NETWORK



OH MY GOD!
IT IS SO ****** AMAZING TO BE AN ONOMATOPEE FAN ON FACEBOOK AND TO FOLLOW THEIR TWITTERFEED: I JUST CAN’T WAIT TO SHARE AND RETWEET IT ALL!

Onomatopee twitter
Onomatopee facebook
Onomatopee instagram

FOR STABLE INFORMATION, SIMPLY SUBCRIBE TO THE

Onomatopee mailinglist

 


Onomatopee Agenda

Saturday, August 25
NAVIGATION - book launch and presentation
Location: Onomatopee

Saturday, August 25, 13:00 - 22:00
EXTRA CURRICULAR - Book Launch and presentation on the project
Location: Onomatopee

Saturday, September 1, 20:00
EXTRA CURRICULAR - Amsterdam Book Launch with performative lectu
Location: San Serriffe, Amsterdam

Friday, September 14, 19:30 - 22:30
Artist Bar - The bar Fell
Location: Onomatopee

Wednesday, October 24, 14:00 - 17:00
“ To compose (v.)”
Location: Onomatopee

Thursday, October 25, 13:00 - Friday, October 26, 17:00
In-situ risography production of Field Essays 55.3 zine
Location: Onomatopee

Thursday, October 25, 16:00 - 20:00
book launch Modus
Location: Onomatopee

Friday, October 26, 17:00 - 19:00
Lecture by dach&zephir, zine launch & round table talk
Location: Onomatopee

Forthcoming PUBLICATIONS

Onomatopee 142 / Research project
WE ARE THE MARKET!
Various free-thinkers and free-doers.



Digital cover only; excluding foil, color on sides and more. NOW IN PRINT, delivered end August

PRICE: € 18,00    
Onomatopee 162 / Cabinet project
Navigation - A Publication for a Place without a Historical Center, Created Continuously Anew in Meetings and Events That Occur in Empowered Spaces, Simultaneously
Various contributors. Hinrich Sachs, Kirke Hundevad Meng, Samuel Richter, Rikard Heberling (ed.)



temp digital cover

PRICE: € 20,00    

OPENING OF THE SEASON ON AUGUST 25:


THE DO IT WITH OTHERS - festival -

A festival delivering new directions in independent get-togethers and alternative education; including talks, book launches, food, drinks, exhibition-openings and performances.

Saturday August 25, 2018
13:00 – 21.00 

Featuring:

Bon-Gah by Mahmoud Bakhshi  (IR), Frontyard(AUS), The autonomous fabricby Simon Kentgens (NL), Tante Netty(NL), Pallas Projects(IR), Lodgersby Nav Haq (BE), Jacob Lindgren (US) & Till Witwerr (DE), Rikard Heberling (SE) & Hinrich Sachs (CH)Lucas Maassen(NL), Katrin Korfmann(DE/NL), Hanne van Dyck(BE), Esther Venrooij(NL/BE), Hans Demeulenaere(BE), Philippine Hoegen(AT/NL) and Alex Farrar(GB)

13:00 Open!
13:15 Independent get-togethers
16:15 Moderated group discussion
16:45 Break
17:15 Alternative education
19:00 food break
20.00 Performance of Esther Venrooy + Hans Demeulenaere

> ongoing – performance Hanne van Dyck

+ Opening exhibitions: 

Onomatopee 160 - Being as Becoming featuring Philippine Hoegen  and Alex Farrar 

Onomatopee 158 - Back Stagesby Katrin Korfmann 

Onomatopee 109.1 - There is Nothing Connected, Nothing Distinct / Esther Venrooij, Hans Demeulenaere and Volkmar Mühleis 

>>>> READ MORE

Onomatopee 160 / Research project

being as becoming

liberating-art and/or liberating art
Tim Breukers, Sanne Vaassen, Alex Farrar and Philippine Hoegen


graphic design by Pierre Martin

– Premises –

- if we understand everyone as an amateur in the dynamic face of progressive and experimental contemporaneity;
- If we understand contingency of opportunity a factor of artistic production;
- if we understand art as a dynamic service, rather than a static object only to be judged through a density of texts;
- if we understand the artistic rendition as a key to understanding art as a push for life;
- if we position the poetic momentum as a dynamic factor in engaging our subjective momentum;
- if we understand this dynamic as an open source of possibilities, rather than a paternalistic causal narrative;
>then how should the viewer engage, how should the art world deliver and how should artists position themselves in this arena? 

 

Exhibition# 2 of 2 – Onomatopee Eindhoven
August 25 – October 30
Opening August 25 

Featuring artists Philippine Hoegen and Alex Farrar

 

Read more >

Onomatopee 158 / Cabinet project

Back Stages

Katrin Korfmann i.c.w. Jens Pfeifer


Opening August 25th.
Exhibition continuing untill September 30th.

We are presenting a visual manifest of the artistic and cultural creation process by emphasizing values placed on the production and handling of artistic goods. Our manifest takes place in local, global and digital contexts. 
 We are fascinated by systems of manufacture for art and culture as opposed to the romantic notion of the artist laboring in solitude within their studio. Here, places and objects compose and materialize cultural identity. Artistic meaning is not only found in a finished artwork. From planning to execution, it is embodied in every stage of the fabrication process. These works investigate how cultural traditions can be expressed in the different processes of making, collecting and preserving.

Katrin Korfmann and Jens Pfeifer

Read more >

Onomatopee 109.3 / Cabinet project

There is Nothing Connected, Nothing Distinct

Esther Venrooy and Hans Demeulenaere


Opening Augsut 25th
Exhibition untill September 30th

There is Nothing Connected, Nothing Distinctis a collaboration between sound artist Esther Venrooy and visual artist Hans Demeulenaere in which they set up a course of performative sculptures and objects where sounds and images flow into each other. This experimental set-up responds to the soon to publish research, by Esther Venrooij, considering sound and sound-art that includes the property of space to sound, and how these differ from music.

 

Read more >

OPENING IN OCTOBER

Onomatopee 148 / Cabinet project

MODUS

Mapping Expanded Fashion Practices
Ruby Hoette, Caroline Stevenson and Roland Brauchli


MODUS is a platform for expanded fashion practice through Onomatopee Projects, initiated and led by Ruby Hoette and Caroline Stevenson in collaboration with Roland Brauchli. 


MODUS will be in residence at Onomatopee throughout October with the launch of its first publication during Dutch Design Week 2018. Stay tuned for more details.


modus: 
a mode of procedure: 
a way of doing something
 

Contemporary fashion culture is seeing creative practitioners actively seeking to challenge traditional practices and question the very definition of their discipline. While the mainstream fashion industry continues to uphold commercial boundaries, there are emergent practices that propose alternate value systems and thus different ways of thinking, doing and being fashion. These are expanded fashion practices: experimental methods, curiosity and criticality that have the ability to interrogate the social, cultural, political and environmental impacts of fashion and point to a future that transcends the current capitalist paradigm.

MODUS is a project to bring together and map these diverse and rich practices and provide a platform to bridge the divide between theory and practice in fashion. It will facilitate conversations between the practitioners working in this expanded field and writers/theorists from a range of disciplines including sociology, cultural and critical theory, politics and economics to help formulate new perspectives on fashion.

MODUS will take various forms from publications to events and workshops – all with the aim to establish an international research network that represents and supports this community of expanded practice.

 

Read more >

Onomatopee 55.3 / Cabinet project

Field Essays - “Éloge Créole” (Creole Praise) by dach&zephir

dach&zephir, Sophie Krier, Eddy Tarki, Inedition/Eva van der Schans, Lucy Cotter


October 22-28 2018
Curated by Sophie Krier
Daily Open Editorial Studio with guest interventions by Eddy Tarki, Inedition/Eva van der Schans (graphic designers), Lucy Cotter (cultural historian), and others (t.b.c.)

 

In Field Essays artistic production, design research, contextualisation and reflection as well as public release are conceived simultaneously. Field Essays is led by Atelier Sophie Krier and channelled through public gallery and publisher Onomatopee Projects.

Field Essays #3 consists in a residency by Paris based design duo dach&zephir developing their the on-going work-in-process and long term research Éloge Créole, Chapitre  2, Escale 1(Creole Praise, Chapter 2, Stopover 1) materializing the creole identity that is interwoven from leftovers of various source. The residency, during which there will be conversations with invited experts, will lead up to an exhibition that will take on the form of an “expo-valise”, an exhibition in a suitcase. We expect matters of caring concerns and objects rich in both meaningful as joyful stories. 

 

Read more >

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

Onomatopee 163 / Cabinet project
Extra-curricular
Jacob Lindgren (Ed.)



PRICE: € 22,00    
Onomatopee -9 / Cabinet project
Sugar Falls In Water
Hanne Van Dyck



PRICE: € 14,00    
Onomatopee 156 / project
THE TRUE MEANING OF S.M.H.
Grete Johanne Neseblod



PRICE: € 14,00    
Onomatopee 150 / NEST project
SENSE & SENSIBILITY
Pernilla Ellens (ed.) and various artists, designers and critics



PRICE: € 17,00    
Onomatopee 149 / Cabinet project
Move Along
Ilke Gers



PRICE: € 17,00    
Onomatopee 144 / Research project
the Ghost of Weaving
Freek Lomme (ed.), Benjamin Critton (graphic design) and participating artists and designers



PRICE: € 20,00    
© Onomatopee 2012