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.


  • Moeremans&Sons: Crashtest Ibsen: ik zie spoken

    Performing Arts
    09 June 2016 - 25 May 2017

    Crashtest Ibsen: ik zie spoken, directed by Sarah Moeremans (1979), is the third of the four-part Crashtest Ibsen series, based on pieces by the Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. The first two performances Crashtest Ibsen: Nora and Crashtest Ibsen: Volksvijand were presented in 2013 and 2014. In Crashtest Ibsen: ik zie spoken the neurotic urge of man to want to control everything is exposed. Joachim Robbrecht has written an adaptation of Ibsen’s Ghosts (1881) for this production.


    Crashtest Ibsen: ik zie spoken, 2016, foto: Julian Maiwald

  • Toneelgroep Amsterdam: Husbands and Wives

    Performing Arts
    19 June 2016 - 04 March 2017

    The theatreproduction Husbands and wives is based on the eponymous Woody Allen film from 1992. Performed by Toneelgroep Amsterdam and directed by Australian director Simon Stone (1984), Husbands and wives brings the reality of romance, with all its defects, to light.


    Husbands and Wives, Toneelgroep Amsterdam, 2016, photo: Jan Verweysveld

  • Sensory Spaces 10: Olaf Nicolai

    14 October 2016 - 29 January 2017
    Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

    The tenth edition of the exhibitionseries Sensory Spaces shows site specific work of Olaf Nicolai. The works ‘Probestück 1, 2 and 3’ are made to fit in the space of the Willem van der Vorm Gallerij in Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen. Olaf Nicolai investigates how apparent contradictions can be translated with different media: what if a sound can be designed as architecture? For every edition Sensory Spaces invites an artist to change the experience of the exhibitionspace in a surprising way. In their previous work the selected artists for Sensory Spaces have proven to work with an interesting approach of space.


    Olaf Nicolai, Sensory Spaces 10, photo: Studio Wilschut