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Exhibition

A Fair Share of Utopia

3 Sep – 22 Nov 2020   /   Exhibition@Nest and CBK Zuidoost

‘If you would die today and reincarnate one generation later, in what world would you want to be born, regardless of where or who you are?’ This is the question posed to the artists of ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ and inspired them to create new works for Nest and CBK Zuidoost.

At Nest:
Brook Andrew
Raul Balai
Simphiwe Ndzube
Müge Yilmaz

At CBK Zuidoost:
Claudia Martínez Garay
Femke Herregraven
Ghana ThinkTank x AiRich
Nástio Mosquito
Marianne Nicolson

Guest curator: Manon Braat

Can you put your own interests aside and really fight for a better world in the interest of future generations, or is it easier if you imagine yourself to be part of that unknown future? In her essay ”What if We’re All Coming Back?” in The New York Times of October 2018, human rights lawyer Michelle Alexander tries to imagine the world you would end up in if you were to reincarnate at a random place and under random circumstances.

Her essay is at basis of the exhibition. Out of this thought experiment, to imagine a fundamentally different, sustainable and more humane organization of society, the artists speculate about an unknown future of which they themselves are part. Through this exercise in imagination, the exhibition offers proposals for alternative ways of dealing with each other and with the earth.

The exhibition ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ is accompanied by the publication ‘Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn’, in which ten writers and nine artists explore the possibility of putting their own interests aside for a better world for future generations. They speculate about an unknown future of which they themselves are part. The book is published by publisher Jurgen Maas in collaboration with online art platform Mister Motley.
With contributions from the artists and essays by: Michelle Alexander, René ten Bos, Dean Bowen, Sander Donkers, Clarice Gargard, Sisonke Msimang, Rashid Novaire, Vamba Sherif, Jan van de Venis and Louwrien Wijers.

Opening Thursday 3rd of September, CBK Zuidoost
Opening Friday 4th of September, Nest

A Fair Share of Utopia is an initiative of Nest in collaboration with CBK Zuidoost Amsterdam.
The exhibition is at both institutions accompanied by an extensive context programme.
Keep an eye on the agenda from Nest and CBK Zuidoost for more information.

Design: Soft Turbo

Nest during Covid-19
We would like to welcome you at an appropriate distance, but with open arms. To visit our current exhibition, however, a reservation is required.
– Nest has taken additional (hygienic) precautions.
– Disinfecting handles and mouth caps are available on site.
– Please respect and keep sufficient distance from other visitors during your visit.
– Wearing a mouth mask during the visit is mandatory.
– Visit us only if you feel healthy.

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Program

AltVisions

3 Sep – 5 Sep 2020   /   Seminar@Stroom

The AltVisions Festival is a three-day festival of people, works of art and ideas.

Rachid Novaire – Returning

3 Sep 2020   /   Luisterboek@Nest

Audiobook ‘Returning’ of Rachid Novaire.

Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn

3 Sep – 22 Nov 2020   /   Publicatie@Nest

The exhibition ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ is accompanied by the publication ‘Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn’, in which ten writers and nine artists speculate about an unknown future of which they themselves are part.

Opening ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’

3 Sep – 4 Sep 2020   /   Opening@Nest

On Thursday September 3 and Friday September 4 the two parts of the exhibition A Fair Share of Utopia will open.

The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend

10 Sep – 12 Sep 2020   /   Festival@Nest

For the third year in a row The Hague Contemporary together with her partners collectively open their doors to showcase the latest developments in contemporary art.

Building Conversation

18 Sep 2020    15:30   /   Nest@CBK Zuidoost

On Friday 18 September CBK Zuidoost, in collaboration with Building Conversation, is organising the first public programme around the exhibition A Fair Share of Utopia.

Hoogtij#62

25 Sep 2020    19:00   /   Hoogtij@Nest

During Hoogtij #62 you can join a guided tour of the exhibition ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’. Guided tours start at 20.30 hrs and 21.30 hrs.

Museumnacht (canceled)

10 Oct 2020    20:00   /   Museumnacht@Nest

During Museumnacht Den Haag, Nest will be the stage for young music and performance talent from The Hague. Between the works of art of the exhibition ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ young artists from The Hague will perform.

Black Achievement Month

10 Oct 2020    15:00   /   Nest@CBK Zuidoost

Black Achievement Month will definitely proceed this year, albeit in a small-scale form. CBK Zuidoost will once again take part with an art café as part of the exhibition: A Fair Share of Utopia.

Verwend Nest

14 Oct 2020   /   Kinderworkshop@Nest

Doe een keer per maand mee aan een leuke workshop op woensdagmiddag, speciaal voor Verwende Nesten.

I Beg to Differ – Protest

20 Oct 2020    20:00   /   Debat@Nest

Monthly debate programme in which thinkers, doers and dreamers discuss topical issues.

Verwend Nest / The Enchantment Special

21 Oct 2020   /   Kinderworkshop@Nest

What if you were to come back into the world today and everything is still possible? What would that world look like, how would people live together and what would your home look like? Be inspired by the exhibition in Nest and create a model of your dream home!

Bookpresentation Paagman – Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn (canceled)

22 Oct 2020    19:00   /   Nest@Paagman

Book launch of ‘Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn’ at Paagman in The Hague.

Bookpresentation Scheltema: Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn

29 Oct 2020    13:00   /   Nest@Scheltema

Book launch of ‘Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn’ at Scheltema in Amsterdam.

Rehearsing The Revolution – Sold Out

4 Nov 2020    16:00   /   Workshop@Nest

During the workshop ‘Rehearsing the Revolution’ theater maker Petra Ardai and poet/musician Jörgen Unom Gario take you on an imaginary tour of the historical museum of the future.

Nest – Between the lines (online)

17 Nov 2020    20:00   /   Leescafé@Nest

On Wednesday November 11th the first edition of ‘Between the lines’ takes place, a reading café in relation to the current exhibition.

Verwend Nest

18 Nov 2020   /   Kinderworkshop@Nest

Doe een keer per maand mee aan een leuke workshop op woensdagmiddag, speciaal voor Verwende Nesten.

Lab for Future Generations

19 Nov 2020    20:00   /   Lezing@Nest

Nest and Filosofie Den Haag organize an evening program with philosopher Khadija al Mourabit and human rights lawyer Jan van de Venis.

I Beg to Differ – On Radical Empathy

15 Dec 2020    20:00   /   Debat@Nest

Monthly debate programme in which thinkers, doers and dreamers discuss topical issues.

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Thanks to

Mondriaan
Gemeente Den Haag
Stroom Den Haag
Bank Giro Loterij
Prins Bernard Cultuur Fonds
Mister Motley
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