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Logistical Nightmares

A screening and panel discussion by the students of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths.

Logistical Nightmares was a year-long pedagogical programme, part of the Centre of Research Architecture Masters at Goldsmiths, London. The programme explored logistics as a model for organising social life and politics at a global scale. On November 24, they will screen their experimental documentary, FUTURELAND, which emerged from the fieldwork they conducted in the Port of Rotterdam in 2018 and lead a panel discussion in response to their film.

With Faiza Ahmad Khan, Ramon Amaro, Riccardo Badano, Enrico Murtula, Susan Schuppli, Rebecca Huxley, Anna Sophie Hvid, Ariadna Serrahima, Guillaume De Vore and Liza Walling. 


Performances by the Het Nieuwe Instituut 2018 Research Fellows on the theme of burn-out.

This year, Het Nieuwe Instituut addresses the theme of burn-out. Building upon the long-term research on changing labour conditions and ethos addressed through Automated Landscapes and WORK, BODY, LEISURE. BURN-OUT, seeks to address, on the one hand the growing number of bodies that under unrelenting pressure and overwhelming demands are exhausted, and on the other hand to explore how this exhaustion is a symptom of the presence of exploitative structures within society, throughout institutional, political and biological ecologies. The 2018 Call for Fellows was organised around the theme and on November 24 fellows Elisa Guiliano, Natalie Dixon and Malique Mohamud, will present the beginnings of their research. 


A conversation by the curators and commissioners of national pavilions, on the Biennale as a platform for transnational collaboration and exchange.

Het Nieuwe Instituut will host an informal assembly on November 24 in the Dutch Pavilion, with the curators and commissioners of the national pavillions for the 16th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. The conversation will discuss how the Biennale functions and can function further, as a platform for transnational collaboration and knowledge exchange.

11:00 – 17:00

Biennale Architettura 2018
Dutch Pavilion
Giardini, Venice

Marina Otero Verzier
Katía Truijen
Amal Alhaag, Beatriz Colomina, Marten Kuijpers, Victor Muñoz Sanz, Simone C. Niquille, Mark Wigley
Jane Chew and Matthew Stewart, Northscapes Collective (Hamed Khosravi, Taneha K. Bacchin and Filippo laFleur), Noam Toran, Giuditta Vendrame, Paolo Pattelli, Liam Young.
Raphael Coutin, Marina Otero Verzier
Hans Gremmen
Christiane Bosman, Eveline Mulckhuyse
Simone C. Niquille
Nick Axel
Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science Creative Industries Fund NL Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Rome, Italy

With the title WORK, BODY, LEISURE the 2018 Dutch Pavilion addresses the spatial configurations, living conditions, and notions of the human body engendered by disruptive changes in labor ethos and conditions.