Wendelien Van Oldenborgh examines the devenir - and partial failure - of the multifunctional community centre Het Karregat in Eindhoven by implementing a filming methodology that translates architectural premises such as 'open, 'user-led' and 'participative' into cinematic devices.
Beauty and the Right to the Ugly is a cinematic experiment set in the multifunctional community centre Het Karregat in Eindhoven. Designed by architect Frank Van Klingeren and completed in 1974, Het Karregat, situated in the centre of a neighbourhood of new housing, was an open-plan space where different activities and functions - a library, a school, a café, a health centre, a supermarket and communal area - would be connected under the same superstructure.
Multifunk_ní aula Gong Ostrava (CZ), Oct 3, 2016 CK Zamek Poznan (PL), Jun 23-26, 2016 CCA Laznia Gdansk (PL), Jun 15-16, 2016 CCA Ujazdowski Castle Warsaw (PL), Jun 10-12, 2016 Kino pod Baranami Krakow (PL), Jun 9-12, 2016 Het Gebouw Rotterdam (NL), Mar 30, 2016 Transcinema Lima (PE), Dec 9-12, 2015 AlternativaGdansk (PL), Sep 17, 2015 Alternativa Gdansk (PL), Sep 3, 2015 Alternativa Gdansk (PL), Aug 20, 2015 Alternativa Gdansk (PL), Jul 30, 2015 Alternativa Gdansk (PL), Jul 16, 2015 FID Marseille (FR), Jul 1-2, 2015 Extra City Antwerpen (BE), Jun 11, 2015 La Loge Brussel (BE), Mar 28, 2015 ‚Äî 15:00 Bureau Europa Maastricht (NL), Mar 27, 2015 ‚Äî 16:00 CCA Glasgow (GB), Feb 22, 2015 Berlinale Forum Expanded Berlin (DE), Feb 5-16, 2015 Collective Gallery Edinburgh (GB), Jan 17 - Apr 5, 2015 Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven (NL), Nov 22, 2014 - Feb 22, 2015 Cinematek Brussel (BE), Nov 2, 2014 ‚Äî 19:30 Wilfried Lentz Rotterdam (NL), Oct 4 - Nov 15, 2014
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the Mondriaan Fund, Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven & Collective Gallery Edinburgh