Solo exhibition in Amsterdam

Weeflab and the Brainshow - two projects about the axis hand-brain-creativity
OPENING 30 NOVEMBER 17 - 19 hrs by Dinie Besems, designer
from 30 november t/m 9 december 2018 open t...  -->>


25 april - lecture on invitation by the Dutch Royal Academy of Science and Arts. - Akademie van Kunsten en de Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen (KNAW) avond ove...  -->>


TIMEWARP - is selected for Tallinn Applied Arts 2017 an international art event, this year reflecting on the concept of time.
Timewarp series:
There seems to be a shift from the ...


Lecture about STITCH YOUR BRAIN in the context of slow making at Gawthorpe Hall, june 2016. Pre-view of article:
Miss Rachel, Engelse activiste in textiel. Het leek op een afl...  -->>


TALKING CERAMICS is a collection of interviews with artist-in-residence alumni who worked at the EKWC from 1991 to 2016. 50 artists, architects and designers talk about working ...  -->>

The brain in neuroscience, humanities and art

The Amsterdam Conference
will bring together scientific and humanities perspectives. The visual arts are invited, too. Are we the cherry on the cake? Or critical reflection?
For ...  -->>

sundaymorning@ekwc update 2016

Keramische fenix
Sinds 45 jaar trekt het EKWC grote namen zoals Anish Kapoor, Tony Cragg, Bastienne Kramer en Hella Jongerius. Hoe is de situatie nu na de verhuizing naar het la...  -->>

pre-view of publication 'Crafting textiles in a digital age' by Bloomsbury Publishers Academic

 Crafting textiles in a digital age. Summary of the peer-reviewed chapter: 'The intelligence of the hand' by M. Auch: This chapter places the hand in the centre of contemporary ...  -->>

summary of publications in 2015 on material based making

PDF summary of articles on material based making and artist's techniques. Construction in textile art (in Dutch). All articles copyright M.Auch

how to - construct a neurotube?

Interview about my work, constructing with weaving. Author: Herma Meere, published in Textil Plus 234, 2015 - PDF

Installation of series "My brain as a flower" after Maria Sibylla Merian at 2e kamer, The Hague. PvdA member Marith Volp, M.D. is host to my artprints. PDF IMPACT conference

printexchange A'dam-Sydney

ALTERNATIVES at Gaffa, Sydney
Opening: Thursday, 1st October 2015, 6-8 pm
image - detail of Stitch_My_Brain series II, Materiality
Monika Auch, Maarten van den Beemt...  -->>

The Zen of printmaking

Experiments with natural plantpigments in printmaking started in 2015. A new series of big format artprints 'My brain as a flower' is in progress. Supported by Stokroos Foundati...  -->>

Kiwanis project at Leiden Textile Festival

Kiwanis doll, UNICEF project for prevention of Tetanus - also known as lockjaw, is an infection characterized by muscle spasms. In the most common type the spasms begin in the j...  -->>

Stitch Your Brain book winning competition sponsored by Bloomsbury Publishers
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