At the art fair Independent Brussels, In4Art bought the work E.I. LPT 48 from Antony Cairns for the Open Collection. Making us curious- where does E.I. stand for? It appears to be Electronic Ink – a technology that might lower our electronic and energy footprint. British artist Antony Cairns is a photographer looking for new
Together with Stedelijk Museum Schiedam and supported by Stichting Stokroos, we organize an in-depth event as part of the supporting program for the Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst Prijs. The focus is vision and ambition. We don’t have certainty about the future, but we can imagine it. And not only imagine, we can create a vision and
With the exponential growth of technology, the access, capabilities and opportunities are changing. This makes it interesting to reflect on past endeavours and translate them to the current realm. It is this challenge, that V2_ and In4Art have taken as a starting point for their first collaborative Re-enactment project. A project in which an artwork
We are proud to announce that, for the second year, we organize together with Stedelijk Museum Schiedam the smARTdates event to boost the career opportunities of artists The event is part of the in-depth program supporting the Volkskrant Beeldende Kunst Prijs and is made possible by stichting Stokroos. To read more about the first edition,
Are you ready to Support Experiments in Art & Technology? We are proud to announce that our kickstART program evolved into a platform for experimentation. Thanks to the support of the BNG Cultuurfonds. March 23rd, 8 artists will take the stage again to pitch. This year, they have all been working on experiments. In their
In his TEDx talk, In4Art’s co-founder Rodolfo Groenewoud – van Vliet proposes we change our opinion about innovation and art for the sake of our future. Time has come to create space for artistic experimentation and translate this into responsible innovations that will benefit our future society and economy. This talk was given at a
Following the VKBK Award earlier this year In4Art was invited for the second time to take part in an award for young, promising artists in the Netherlands. The Icarus Award was awarded for the 3rd time by the Dutch national platform for Digitalisation called ECP on November 15th during their annual congress in the Hague.
This will be the 7th salon exhibition in which works from the In4Art Open Collection are shown and new makers are giving a platform. Just as the Gertrude Stein Salons at the 27 Rue de Fleuris in the Paris of the early 20th century, we bring together confluences of experiment and reflection that can help