The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
Horizontal: Wouter Panhuise, vertical: Tom van Veen 0.1 Audi zaal
Together with Wouter Panhuise I performed 'Niet aanraken', 2017 at the Audi zaal. The performance builds on a gesture provoked by the work Colorita, 1968 from Wim T. Schippers, which shows a red button on a wooden surface. For The Living Museum: Performing the collection we created two fellow workers speaking dissonant messages, both physically and verbally. Based on the book 'Fahrenheit 451' of the Brittish author Ray Bradbury (1953), where all books have been banned and the main characters visually become a library. In this case, it is about the collective memory where the content of a work is saved by memory for - and passed on to future generations.
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
 
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
Documentation by Bart Lunenburg
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The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
Horizontal: Wouter Panhuise, vertical: Tom van Veen 0.1 Audi zaal
Together with Wouter Panhuise I performed 'Niet aanraken', 2017 at the Audi zaal. The performance builds on a gesture provoked by the work Colorita, 1968 from Wim T. Schippers, which shows a red button on a wooden surface. For The Living Museum: Performing the collection we created two fellow workers speaking dissonant messages, both physically and verbally. Based on the book 'Fahrenheit 451' of the Brittish author Ray Bradbury (1953), where all books have been banned and the main characters visually become a library. In this case, it is about the collective memory where the content of a work is saved by memory for - and passed on to future generations.
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
 
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
Documentation by Bart Lunenburg
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
Horizontal: Wouter Panhuise, vertical: Tom van Veen 0.1 Audi zaal
Together with Wouter Panhuise I performed 'Niet aanraken', 2017 at the Audi zaal. The performance builds on a gesture provoked by the work Colorita, 1968 from Wim T. Schippers, which shows a red button on a wooden surface. For The Living Museum: Performing the collection we created two fellow workers speaking dissonant messages, both physically and verbally. Based on the book 'Fahrenheit 451' of the Brittish author Ray Bradbury (1953), where all books have been banned and the main characters visually become a library. In this case, it is about the collective memory where the content of a work is saved by memory for - and passed on to future generations.
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
 
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
Documentation by Bart Lunenburg
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
Horizontal: Wouter Panhuise, vertical: Tom van Veen 0.1 Audi zaal
Together with Wouter Panhuise I performed 'Niet aanraken', 2017 at the Audi zaal. The performance builds on a gesture provoked by the work Colorita, 1968 from Wim T. Schippers, which shows a red button on a wooden surface. For The Living Museum: Performing the collection we created two fellow workers speaking dissonant messages, both physically and verbally. Based on the book 'Fahrenheit 451' of the Brittish author Ray Bradbury (1953), where all books have been banned and the main characters visually become a library. In this case, it is about the collective memory where the content of a work is saved by memory for - and passed on to future generations.
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
 
The Living Museum at Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tom van Veen, Wouter Panhuise, Audi Zaal, Karel Appel, Performance
Documentation by Bart Lunenburg