CHAINLINK; Left, Said, Did

UHM introduces the short event CHAIN LINK; Left, Said, Did of UHM’s guest initiator Zoe Reddy.

CHAIN LINK; Left, Said, Did shows a series of photographs based on the CHAIN LINK project during the STATE-X New Forms festival, which took place in December 2011. The participating artists spent individually a day in the studio space of Creative department store HOOP, to respond in a chain to each other’s actions.

Curator of the State-X New Forms exhibition and initiator of the CHAIN LINK project, Zoe Reddy gives with CHAIN LINK; Left, Said, Did a binding form to the actions of the eight artists involved.

Inspired by the vanitas theme, the images are composed of both used and created matters and documentation of the actions that have occurred in the CHAIN LINK project space. During Hoogtij #29, the closing event of the exhibition, the public is invited to continue the chain project by shaping the composition of the seventh, unfinished still life. Both opening and closing events will include music performances.

CHAIN LINK: Left, Said, Did
UHM guest initiator: Zoe Reddy

Opening of the exhibition
25/05/2012 | 19:00-23:00
21:00 Trapper, music performance
Six musicians from The Hague have formed Drone Orchestra this fall under the name of Trapper, led by Jan Borchers, know from AU drone duo.

Exhibition opening hours:
Thu-Sat | 13:00-17:00 | 25/05/12 – 01/06/12 | or by appointment

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Closing event and Hoogtij #29
01/06/2012 | 19:00-23:00
22:00 Allochtoontje Lager, music performance

Artists involved in earlier occurred CHAIN LINK project
Cindy van der AA | Rutger Laumen | Hadas Hinkis | Sam van Grinsven
Puck Verkade | Laura Abbink | Lonneke van der Palen | Koninginger

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