Ronit Eden. Concept & Spatial Design offers curatorship and exhibition design

© Ronit Eden. concept & spatial design

Design: Cubicle Design

The Institute of Ongoing Things

The Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam, September 2018 - February 2019

Solo exhibition of Uri Katzenstein, curatorship and exhibition design

photo: Sammi Landweer

photo: Sammi Landweer
  • photo: Sammi Landweer
  • Pretzels
  • WHEN EYES CAN HEAR THE MUSIC ,with artist Marianna Maruyama and composer Andrius Arutiunian
  • WHEN EYES CAN HEAR THE MUSIC , with Dr. Noa Roei, Prof. Dr. Mattijs Van de Port, Amit Gur, Ronit Eden
  • Ipad in the space with texts about different object in the exhibition

The Institute of Ongoing Things is a sequel to the artist's confrontation of personal and national traumas, as well as his engagement with historical events that shape his political identity. It also raises issues relating to the museum's function in preserving memory and its role in shaping personal identity and communal affiliation.

Like the museum, which is based on a collection relating to Jewish culture, Katzenstein's library is based on a collection that explores the artist's self image. It also probes his culturally and politically explosive surroundings.  Like the museum, this exhibition addresses memories of the past and visions of the future.

From the exhhibition text

Interview with the artist