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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.




NO HARM DONE



     Installation views, No Harm Done, 2019


23-11-’19  till  30-12-’19

NOAH LATIF LAMP & CIRO DUCLOS | NO HARM DONE
           
“A rock only hurts, when you hit your head on it.
What do you do to your environment and how does she return the favour?”

INDEBT is excited to present No Harm Done, a duo show featuring Noah Latif Lamp and Ciro Duclos, curated by Simon Becks and Emil Rosi Lanz. The exhibition negotiates close combat coexistence, material relations and context expectations. Duclos’s and Lamp's sculptural works are pitted against each other. Exploring notions of transgression, exclusion and creation.

    Indebt founders Ciro Duclos and Noah Latif Lamp have creatively taken over a 600m2 gas holder located in the heart of Oostpoort, a yuppy new residential area bordering Amsterdam-Oost and Watergraafsmeer. Having worked together on their separate artistic practices within various shared studios over the past decade, Duclos and Lamp naturally share a similar frame of reference. Their spatial works serve as a lens to perceive the nuanced differences and similarities between their approaches 
    For the exhibition the space is transformed into a three-floor showroom, where the curation plays with apparent dichotomies in art presentation: the studio versus the gallery space; the juxtaposition of new and old; and the interplay between collaboration and competition. Through these diverse perspective new interpretations and meanings appear.

    Ciro Duclos (1991) is a Dutch Peruvian artist with a fascination for industrial materials, everyday objects and the experience of space. Noah Latif Lamp (1991), third generation from a lineage of Surinamese artists, is a self-taught, art school dropout, whose work is often described as a harsh reflection of real life, action and gesture.

No Harm Done was kindly supported by the Mondriaan Fonds.



Noah Latif Lamp, Atra Hasis, Clay, sperm on wood, 2019

Ciro Duclos, Sort of Pillar 3, Foam, armed steel, 2019



Noah Latif Lamp, Untitled, 50 x 40 cm, Oil on canvas, 2020

INDEBT, Face Time, Iphone 6 and knife, 2016


Ciro Duclos, Escápate, OSB and glass, 2018


Installation view, No Harm Done, 2019

Installation view, No Harm Done, 2019



Noah Latif Lamp, Snatch Drawings 1, Oil sticks on pavement, mounted on wood, 2019



Installation view, No Harm Done, 2019


Noah Latif Lamp, Snatch Drawings 2, Oil sticks on pavement, mounted on wood, 2019

Ciro Duclos, La Mar, Wood, OSB and glass , 2019

Mark