About Ammodo

We initiate, develop and support projects in the visual arts, performing arts and sciences. Artists and scientists often see things before other people do. They identify social trends, extend boundaries and make revolutionary discoveries. By providing artists and scientists with the space and time to really immerse themselves in their work, and by helping to showcase that work, we seek to stimulate the development of the arts and sciences.

Cases

We work together with reputable partners to initiate groundbreaking projects

Reflection

We want to be able to interpret developments in the arts and sciences. That is why we provide experts and innovators with a platform on which to present their visions.

Agenda

  • International Theater Amsterdam – A Little Life

    Performing Arts
    23 September 2018 - 28 April 2019
    International Theater Amsterdam

    In season 2018-2019 ITA performs the theater play ‘A Little Life’ based on the worldwide bestseller by Hanya Yanagihara. Directed by Ivo van Hove.

    www.ita.nl

  • Van Abbemuseum – Positions #4

    Exhibition
    01 December 2018 - 28 April 2019
    Van Abbemuseum Eindhoven

    For Positions #4 the Van Abbemuseum invited four artists; Gluklya (Natalia Pershina-Jakimanskaya), Naeem Mohaiemen and the duo Sandi Hilal & Alessandro Petti. These artists share a link to art as activism, and all use art as a basis to talk about the pressures produced by the burdens of history, injustice and political change. They tell stories about particular parts of the world with film, drawings, architecture, the archive, texts, education and fashion. Together, they sketch out a picture of the continuous human presence in an uncertain world and how new solutions and possibilities are emerging. Whether exploring the legacy of the Non-Aligned Movement, or looking at the current situation of refugees in Amsterdam or Bethlehem, the artists seek to turn historical failures and contemporary strife into learning situations from which a viewer can find new inspiration.

    www.vanabbemuseum.nl