BASICS INSTINCTS exhibition

On 30th June 2011 the exhibition “Basic Instincts” officially opened at the Villa Elisabeth. The areas of fashion design, architecture, art and product design are summarized here in a multidisciplinary project and presents the first in Berlin. The exhibition will then tour through other international metropolises. Responsible for concept and content of “Basic Instinct” is an international, highly illustrious creative team. Luca Marchetti and Emanuele Quinz are responsible for the artistic curation. Those responsible for creative direction and are José Klap Sandor Lubbe from Zoo magazine. Multiple artist Henrik Vibskov created the exhibition design.

BASICS INSTINCTS exhibition
organized by Premsela
edited by Matteo Menotto

On 30th June 2011 the exhibition “Basic Instincts” officially opened at the Villa Elisabeth. The areas of fashion design, architecture, art and product design are summarized here in a multidisciplinary project and presents the first in Berlin. The exhibition will then tour through other international metropolises. Responsible for concept and content of “Basic Instinct” is an international, highly illustrious creative team. Luca Marchetti and Emanuele QUINCE are responsible for the artistic curation. Those responsible for creative direction and are José Klap Sandor Lubbe from Zoo magazine. Multiple artist Henrik Vibskov created the exhibition design.
Since 1907, the “Villa Elisabeth” in operation and over the years an institution for cultural projects in the area in Berlin turned out and selects only special events as a partner. Here is a month long exhibition, the “Basic Instincts” guest appearances and represent the diversity of the Dutch creative culture. The focus is primarily on the things that are behind the designs. The visions and attitudes of the artists are increasingly in the forefront and are presented in six different landscapes. Thus the garment, not unlike in classic fashion shoots or fashion shows, shown on models, but built into one of these landscapes.
Each landscape embodies an idea that should be a part of the Dutch design culture and involves all disciplines: “Perspectives” is based on the viewer’s perspective, which changes with the viewing angle and over again. Artist: Oda Pausma, Frederike Top, Gionata Gatto and others. “Un-Designed” is not concerned with the production of new designs, but with artistic creation as a starting point and what already exists. Artist: Monique van Heist, Pieke Bergmans, Stealth Unlimited, and others. “Soft Future” shows the sustainable use of the present and generate a vision of a pleasant future. It shows no dominant forms and ideas, rather adaptable, inspirations. Artist: Van Engelen Klaver, Bo Reudler, Powerhouse Company and others. Dealt with the presence of the landscape “Metropolitan Sleek”. However, they analyzed our time by creating an ideal image that shows the best style how things should look. Artist: Anne de Grijff, Whim and others. “Slow Forward” shows that radical innovations by hand can result from accurate craftsmanship. The raw and the simplicity of these innovations are also an expression of avant-garde. Artist: Iris van Herpen, Jo Meesters, Paula Arntzen and others. A special form increases the sixth section, “Panopticum” one. For as multimedia lounge area are here working and exhibition-related publications and quotations of famous Dutch artists from the fields of photography and video shows. Gefeaturt side by Carmen Freudenthal, Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm, Erwin Olaf, Petrovksy & Ramone and many more. The Villa Elisabeth turns so for four weeks in a different world, and takes visitors on a 360-degree journey with several Dutch design approaches. To Berlin as a city is the premiere of “Dutch Architecture Fashion Design” program (DutchDFA) co-financed exhibition going on tour internationally.

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