Karen Eliot, “Anything”
22 April–1 May, 2016, Launch: Friday, 22 April, 15:30
(possibly delayed, due to unavoidable prior delays)
Anything by Karen Eliot is many things. Perhaps it is an effort to lay a kind of foundation for an on-going inquiry into placeholders in various settings and mediums. Or maybe it was just a white cube made into a collection of transformed cliches of a generic waiting room, effortfully designed in shades of some basic in-between colour. Likely it was conceived as a spatial container for a never-ending and meaningless story that travels through all kinds of stuff; stuff being some sort of commodity, a body, or whatever; probably as a reflection on constant but unintentional gathering and processing of bits and pieces all around all the time. It could have also been a non-theatrical set for an untrained and unexpectant audience to perform in, leaving the so-called author as a kind of non-musical conductor, if that’s even possibly a thing. If only a transitional situation became a competent destination, maybe that’s somehow what Anything at some point wanted to be about.
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Karen Eliot wishes to thank Alice, Bob, Jane, Joe and John for being such excellent placeholders; Julio and Paul for language matters; Eloise for coloring advice and support; Wouter for lumber guidance; Anniek for physical and financial transmissions; Walter and Sjoerd for printing; Sunna for all kinds of textile aspects; Sara for riso aid; Joel for technicalities of time; Maria for moving image support; Rob for cloud assistance; Armand, Danny, Constant, Eloise and Maria for constituents of thoughts and styles; Maud for a priceless vegetation rental; Ilke for reception cooperation; Charlotte for removal aid; everyone at WT for performing Anything so smoothly; and lastly but not leastly Olya for putting all the above together, what were the chances that it would work out one way or another.
Rosie Eveleigh
“ButchCamp: Astral Signs”
16 December–23 December, 2016
Opening and Lecture: Friday, 16 December, 18:00
Daria Kiseleva
“Field of Vision”
25 November–25 November, 2016
Live Essay: Friday, 25 November, 18:00
Caroline Wolewinski
“Table of Contents”
22 June–1 July, 2016
Opening: Wednesday, 22 June, 18:30
Nora Turato
Those Crazy Tall Girls with Their Ugly Feet
1 April–1 April, 2016
Opening: Friday, 1 April, 18:00
Ronja Andersen
“The It of Digits”
7 December–9 December, 2015
Opening: Monday, 7 November, 17:30
Jin Kwang Kim
“A Great Opening”
12 June–26 June, 2017
Opening: Wednesday, 14 June, 18:00
Auriane Preud’homme and Angelo Custódio
“Disobedient Voices”
9 June–11 June, 2017
Opening: Friday, 9 June, 18:00
Robert Milne
“Instituut Archief [ ]”
8 May–16 May, 2017
With drinks: Friday, 12 May, 18:30
Charlotte Taillet
“Variables for a Process”
7 April–13 April, 2017
Opening: Friday, 7 April, 18:30
Sunrise Event: Wednesday, 12 April, 08:30 (Meet in The BOX)

Joel Colover
31 March–5 April, 2017
Opening: Friday, 31 March, 18:00
Screening: Sunday, 2 April, 15:00

Sabo Day
“Fandangled to Twinkle”
23 March–26 March, 2017
Starts: 23.03.2017,
Maria Mitcheva
2 December–7 December, 2016
Opening w/ cocktails: Friday, 2 December, 18:00
Meg Forsyth
20 May–3 June, 2016
Opening: Friday, 20 May, 18:00
Karen Eliot
22 April–1 May, 2016
Launch: Friday, 22 April, 15:30
(possibly delayed, due to unavoidable prior delays)

Josse Pyl
“Apparatus and Method for Writing with Electrical Signals”
25 February–28 February, 2016
Opening: Thursday, 25 February, 18:00
Maud Vervenne
“klarendalseweg 111, case study #1”
22 January–5 February, 2016
Opening: Friday, 22 January, 18:30
Iván Martínez
“Unfinished Business”
10 December–31 December, 2015
Opening: Thursday, 10 December, 19:00
Sarah Käsmayr
2 November–22 November, 2015
Closing: Friday, 20 November, 18:00
Nerijus Rimkus
“It’s Not Meant To Be Pretty”
23 October–25 October, 2015
Opening: Friday, 23 October, 17:00