About Rietveld Uncut
Rietveld Uncut is one of the three annual presentation moments of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie since 2009. Within Rietveld Uncut, the process of creating work, contact with the public outside the academy and the relationship to Studium Generale's subjects that change every year play a substantive role. Departments and individual students develop projects in relation to the theoretical frameworks of Studium Generale. Since 2014 leads this collaboration to a simultaneous conference week and exhibition, where making and thinking come together.
Rietveld Uncut is being initiated and organised by curators Tarja Szaraniec and Tomas Adolfs.
Cancelled - Revised
Rietveld Uncut 2020 – Relating (to) Colour
Architectural Design, Ceramics, designLAB, Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Photography, VAV-moving image
Individual projects by students:
Thomas Viers, Valter Törsleff, Lucía Vives, Dorin Budușan, Nina Gierasimczuk, Sifra Coulet, Danielle Alhassid, Eeva Juuti, Tia Yoon, Éloïse Alliguié, Kyung Lim Kwon, Minhwa Kang, Anton Shebetko, Katharina Siegel, Shreya de Souza, Athena Potamianos, Joris Benjamins/ Eefje Stenfert, Ju-An Hsieh, Lauren Fong, Ljubomir Popovic, Morgane Billuart
For the fourth consecutive time, the Rietveld Uncut team has worked towards an exhibition of these projects in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, this year under the title Relating (to) Colour. Students investigated "colour" from different perspectives and meanings.
Colour structures our daily life and our actions, our relationships with others and the spaces in which we live. Within different historical and cultural contexts, however, colours have very different symbolic, psychological, material, and socio-political meanings.
Shortly before the installation of the exhibition and conference week at the museum, the government's guidelines regarding Covid-19 virus were released. As the physical exhibition and conference-week could not proceed, participants created digital translations of their projects instead. This revised Rietveld Uncut 2020 version can be found here.
More information on the Studium Generale programme: relatingtocolour.rietveldacademie.nl