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.


  • 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

  • Venice Biennale

    Venice Biennale

    23 April - 27 November 2022

    The 59th edition of the Venice Biennale takes place from 23 April to 27 November 2022. The main exhibition, titled The Milk of Dreams, is curated by Cecilia Alemani and investigates the body in transformation and how technology changes our definition of humanity. Ammodo supports several internationally renowned artists to create new work for The Milk of Dreams. The selected artists are Dora Budor, Giulia Cenci, Gabriel Chaile, Mire Lee, Delcy Morelos, Precious Okoyomon and Alexandra Pirici.


    Pictured: Made of only hearts, Mire Lee, 2020

  • Solo Duets: Ayesha Hameed and Ane Graff

    Solo Duets: Ayesha Hameed and Ane Graff

    06 May - 21 August 2022
    Kunstinstituut Melly

    In the Solo Duets series, Kunstinstituut Melly presents two solo exhibitions simultaneously. This iteration shows work by Ayesha Hameed and Ane Graff.

    London-based artist Ayesha Hameed presents Brown Atlantis, her first solo exhibition in the Netherlands. She invites practitioners in the field of sonic art, music, and performative thought to explore the correlations between bodies from the African diaspora and South Asia, given their shared experience of oceanic colonial routes.

    Norwegian artist Ane Graff also presents her first solo exhibition in the Netherlands: The Wound in Its Entanglements. Her sculptures are inspired by feminist new materialism and natural sciences. Her artworks invite a rethinking of our material reality and investigate themes such as ecology and mental health.


    Pictured: States of Inflammation, Ane Graff, 2019

Latest projects

  • Visual arts

    Anne Imhof: Youth
    AMMODO ✕ Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
    2022 - 2023

    Youth is German artist Anne Imhof’s first solo exhibition in the Netherlands. Using art, architecture, light and sound, Imhof will transform the basement gallery of the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam into an uncanny installation. The exhibition concludes with a series of performances in January 2023.

    In Youth, Imhof investigates the dark side of life. She questions dynamics of power and reflects on emotions such as loneliness, greed and the fear of missing out.


  • Performing arts

    Rituals of Transformation
    AMMODO ✕ Nicole Beutler
    2023 - 2025

    Interdisciplinary theatre director Nicole Beutler is working on Rituals of Transformation, a trilogy about the climate crisis and a world in transition. The first part, GINKGO, premieres in 2022.

    Ammodo supports the production and development of part two and three of the trilogy, ATMEN (2023) and GAIA (2025) respectively.

    Together, the performances reflect on the future of humanity and our planet. In her work, Beutler combines theatre, dance and visual arts.


    Picture: GINKGO, Nicole Beutler, 2022

  • Visual arts

    Envision Competition
    2022 - 2023

    In 2021, International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA) launched a new competition setup, which includes the Envision Competition.

    The Envision Competition consists of around fifteen international or world premieres and focuses on the artistic and cinematographic development of upcoming and established filmmakers. It is a platform for creators who go against the stream and whose idiosyncratic films contribute to documentary film art.


    Picture: still from Octopus (2021) by Karim Kassem, winner of the IDFA Award for Best Film in the Envision Competition 2021