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Allard van Hoorn New ISCP Resident in 2019

Allard van Hoorn – 032 Urban Songline (Excessive Machine) | Latitude: 41.693521° N – 41.693646° N / Longitude: 44.810989° E – 44.811070° E – 2nd Tbilisi Triennial, Tbilisi, Georgia – 2015

Tue, Jan 1 - Tue, Dec 31  2019

ISCP - International Studio & Curatorial Program - New York Consulate Region

_P_erformance, sound, and installation artist Allard van Hoorn has been chosen as an artist-in-residence for the 2019 International Studio & Curatorial Program in Brooklyn, New York. Find out more about Allard van Hoorn’s multidisciplinary works below.

About Allard van Hoorn

Allard van Hoorn investigates relationships to our environment incorporating the disciplines of architecture, design, music and dance. He visually, acoustically and spatially transcodes our usage and perception of cities and nature in order to question preconceptions and experiences of the spaces we live and work in. Through mapping and the subsequent re-ordering of embedded rituals, rules and routines in buildings and public spaces, he allows for reinterpretation of form and function taking into account the inherent impossibility of complete description of our world by manmade systems.

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Other projects and this series, now containing sixty-three site-specific works have been commissioned for institutions and tri-/biennials like the 11th Kaunas Biennial, 7th Bucharest Biennale, 1st Yinchuan Biennale, 6th Marrakech Biennale, 3rd Istanbul Design Biennial, 2nd Tbilisi Triennial, 12th Biennal de la Havana (framework), 2013 Shenzhen / Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism and Architecture, 2011 Gwangju Design Biennial, Museum for Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) – Lisbon, Whitney Museum of American Art – New York, Tate St. Ives, Fundazione Pistoletto – Biella, Art Rotterdam 2014 as Focused Artist, Stedelijk Museum – Amsterdam & Pinakothek der Moderne – Munich.

About ISCP

The International Studio & Curatorial Program supports the creative development of artists and curators, and promotes exchange through residencies and public programs. ISCP organizes exhibitions, events and offsite projects, which are free and open to all, sustaining a vibrant community of contemporary art practitioners and diverse audiences. With an International Residency Program and Ground Floor Program for New York City-based artists, ISCP strives to establish a global network of exemplary artists and curators. Tailored for professional growth, the programs serve as an active mediator, creating visibility and immersion for all of its residents in New York City. ISCP’s programming is conceived to facilitate dialogue and collaboration.

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