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INDEBT



2024

PROGRAM
   Gerrit Rietveld X UvA ...    
   The Games We Play ...
 

2023

PROGRAM
    Gallery Ellipsis: Millennial Burnout 
    Navigating the Unseen
        • Publication, Bea Secchia    
    2012 Never Happened:
an Epilogue

2022

PROGRAM 
    Plaza
    Less Walls More Bridges
    This Too Shall Pass

2021

PROGRAM
    Mauveine
    Listening to Bonfires
    Do Dreams Require Liquid?
    Objections to the Possibility of Understanding ...

2020

PROGRAM
    Last Christmas
 

2019

PROGRAM
    No Harm Done
        • Publication, Simon Becks
    No Spoon




ABOUT    


INDEBT is a cultural destination and non-profit organization dedicated to ‘creating space’. The fluid project manifests itself through an exhibition program, communal gatherings, and the facilitation of cultural locations throughout the city.
     In both its organizational structure as well as curatorial selection, INDEBT aims to rethink conventions and expectations in the art world and broader creative field.




LESS WALLS,
MORE BRIDGES

 

Installation views, Less Walls, More Bridges, 2022


10-09 -’23 till 10-10-’23
GROUPSHOW | LESS WALLS, MORE BRIDGES

INDEBT proudly presents Less Walls, More Bridges, a group exhibition exploring the interconnectedness of art and human connection. The title of the exhibition is inspired by the removal of a wall in the exhibition space, which is carried through to symbolize the togetherness of the art pieces present.

    Within INDEBT, a wall was removed collectively. It was harmoniously carried out of the underground, piece by piece, as well as violently torn down by machinery and traditional tools. As a result, a new physical and spiritual space emerged.
    In celebration of the new Indebt space, the first exhibition of the season is centered around community. We proudly present a group of artists closely connected to Indebt long-time friends, who have their roots in different places all over the world.
    The practices of these artists offer widely different perspectives on the world surrounding them. The curation of the exhibition is not merely focused on the underlying content of the artworks—instead, it is centered in the artists’ interconnectedness within the web of human connection. Significance is shifted from individuality to collectivity; value is placed on the preservation and the formation of networks. You, the viewer, are a part of it too.

    The exhibition features art by Azul Ehrenberg (1997 MX/NL), Pinky Tesfay (1985 ER/UK), Melle van Herwaarden (1995 NL), Nazif Lopulissa (1991 NL), Santino Santillana (1991 DK/PE), Noah Latif Lamp (1991, SUR/NL), Femi Dawkins (1966 JAM/USA), Ciro Duclos (1991 NL/PE), Sahar Jamili (1990 DK/AZR/IR), Rein Kooyman (1992 NL), Yiannis Mouravas (1986 GR) & Nicola Baratto (1989 IT).


Sahar Jamili, Who Is The Real Monster, oil pastel on linnen, 2022



Sahar Jamili, Desert Crown,
26 x 25 x 19 cm, Ceramic, 2020


Femi Dawkins, Frederick and Hilda,
5 x 17 x 11 cm, Wood stain and star glitter on porcelain, 2009




Mark