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2021
27
Aug

Studio Wild’s Forbidden Garden of Europe, at Spazio Punch in Giudecca, Venice, will cultivate a garden of ‘invasive alien plant species’. These plants represent the 35 species to be eradicated from European soil in line with the EU legislative act of 2016.

Past events

2021
20
May
12:00 – 18:00
Het Nieuwe Instituut Online

On 20 May 2021, the Dutch pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia will open, one year later than planned. As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, Het Nieuwe Instituut will not be able to safely invite visitors to the opening in Venice. This offers the opportunity to develop a hybrid opening that is more freely accessible, while still doing justice to the theme of the pavilion and the efforts of all those involved.

2020
10
Dec

On International Human Rights Day (10 December), Values for Survival Cahier 2 was launched. The cahier is the second publication of Values for Survivalthe public research programme accompanying Who is We? the Dutch contribution to the 17th Architecture Biennale in Venice. Values for Survival curator Caroline Nevejan, Jane da Mosto (of We Are Here Venice) and the cahier researchers will talk about the research and reflect on the question: How can intuition and experience be shared between people who do not know each other and cannot meet? 

2020
14
Jul
12:00 – 16:00
 

On 14 July 2020, the presentation takes place of the first results of Values for Survival, the public research programme accompanying Who is We?  the Dutch contribution to the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale.

2020
21
May
19:30 – 20:30
Het Nieuwe Instituut Online

On 21 May, originally planned as the official opening of the Dutch pavilion in Venice, we invite you to an alternative preview of Who is We? – the Netherlands’ contribution to the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia.

2020
26
Mar

By 2024, every city in the Netherlands needs to have developed an environmental vision – the local translation of a new environmental law with fewer rules than before. Farid Tabarki leads a live discussion onlne on the future of the city, and the need to think about the values behind urban development in a fundamentally different way in response to the climate crisis.

2020
21
Feb

As part of Zoönomic Futures - an immersive workshop on ethics for a society that is no longer human-centric - Swedish cross-media artist and researcher Janna Holmstedt reflects on Multispecies Communication.

2020
21
Feb
13:30 – 17:30
 

Zoönomic Futures is an immersive training programme aimed at developing a practical ethics for a society that is no longer human-centric. Context for this training is formed by extrapolating the zoöp concept 40 years into the future.

2019
20
Sep

Join us for an informal conversation between T.J. Demos and Anne van Leeuwen on urgent matters regarding ecology, how to include more-than-human knowledge, the role of arts and humanities when it comes to environmental questions and how what kind of society might instigate change.    

Guus Beumer, artistic director Het Nieuwe Instituut
Francien van Westrenen, head of Agency Het Nieuwe Instituut
Afaina de Jong, architect and researcher; Debra Solomon, artist and researcher
Richard Niessen
RNDR
InnaVisions
Meeusontwerpt
Laura Pappa, Robert Milne
Juan Arturo García
Caroline Nevejan, Chief Science Officer City of Amsterdam; Huda AbiFarès, graphic design and co-editor
Mike Emmerik, Simone Rots, Independent School for the City
Lada Hršak, Bureau LADA; Chiara Dorbolò and Daphne Bakker, Failed Architecture; Tymon Hogenelst and Jesse van der Ploeg, Studio Wild