POST-SQUAT NL exhibit in A+A gallery

Before squatting became illegal in Holland, a squat was deemed lawful when a table, mattress, and lamp were placed in a space which had been vacant for at least one year. In addition to exhibiting work from the workshop, a part of the exhibition space for the A+A gallery show was dedicated to a controlled programmatic indeterminacy utilizing the same furnishing elements, allowing for a semi-informal use of the table and the mattress. Visitors were invited to freely use these areas productively, which included meetings, production of any work, and other social functions. The work explores the area in-between rigidly prescribed program and undefined multi-functionality, as a curated and designed condition.

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