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.


We work together with reputable partners to initiate groundbreaking projects


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.


  • Hito Steyerl: I Will Surive

    Hito Steyerl: I Will Surive

    29 January - 12 June 2022
    Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

    Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam presents a large-scale solo exhibition of German writer, critic, artist and filmmaker Hito Steyerl. Her playful and essayistic video installations cast a critical light on the relation between art, society, technology and capitalism.

    The exhibition, entitled I Will Survive, has been organised by Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in collaboration with Centre Pompidou, Paris.


    Still: Liquidity Inc., Hiyo Steyerl, 2014

  • Tracey Rose: Shooting Down Babylon

    Tracey Rose: Shooting Down Babylon

    19 February - 18 August 2022
    Zeitz MOCAA

    Shooting Down Babylon in contemporary art museum Zeitz MOCAA in Cape Town is the first major solo exhibition of South African artist Tracey Rose. The exhibition includes ten new artworks by the artist as part of her ongoing Mandela Ball series, in which she explores the complexity and legacy of the post-Apartheid movement and other freedom movements.


    Pictured: Die Wit Man, Tracey Rose, 2015

  • A Lasting Truth is Change

    A Lasting Truth is Change

    02 April - 24 July 2022
    Van Abbemuseum

    In A Lasting Truth Is Change the Van Abbemuseum brings together ninety pieces of their own collection with ten loans and new works commissioned by the museum. This combination of established names and emerging makers questions the composition of the Van Abbemuseum’s collection: who is part of the collection and why?


    Pictured: Communion of Spirits, Christian Nyampeta, 2018

Latest projects

  • Performing arts

    AMMODO ✕ Naomi

    Greek-Belgian director, writer, actress and performance artist Naomi Velissariou is working on a new play called Atropa, about the lead-up and aftermath of the Trojan War.

    The piece is based on a text by Tom Lanoye and focuses on the fate of the Greek and Trojan women. Velissariou explores contemporary issues such as identity politics, rape culture and oppression.

    Ammodo supports the development of Atropa, which is realised in co-production with Theater Utrecht, Orkater and Toneelhuis Antwerpen.

    Photo: Louise te Poele and Maison de Faux

  • Performing arts

    AMMODO ✕ Cappella Amsterdam
    2022 - 2024

    Cappella Amsterdam is a chamber choir consisting of over 25 people. For seasons 2022/2023 and 2023/2023, the choir will develop a number of new (co-)productions, both independently and in collaboration with partner institutions such as the Dutch National Opera, the Amsterdam Andalusian Orchestra, the Residentieorkest and the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra. Ammodo supports these new productions, which range from old and classical to contemporary music.


  • Performing arts

    New productions
    AMMODO ✕ Festival d’Aix-en-Provence
    2022 - 2024

    Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, led by Pierre Audi since 2019, is the largest opera festival in France. The festival presents new recitals of existing works as well as new contemporary (opera) productions.

    Ammodo supports the development of two new operas per year for the 2022, 2023 and 2024 festival editions. In 2022 these are Il Viaggio Dante by Pascal Dusapin, Frederic Boyer and Claus Guth, and Woman at Point Zero by Bushra El-Turk.


    Pictured: Innocence, Kaija Saariaho, Festival d’Aix-en-Provence 2021