NEXTEXHIBITION @ Corridor Project Space

28 September – 07 October 2017

Open Thur-Sat 14:00-18:00

Opening 28 September 18:00-22:00


DIY Survival Kit – Cihad Caner In the past quarter century the world has witnessed social and political transformations, due in part to an upsurge in civil resistance. There have been significant uprisings around the globe, protests against war and economic inequality, tyrannical rulers, countless struggles against corruption, and demands for more equitable distribution of land and democracy. DIY Survival Kit (2017) focus on how the utilisation of common quotidian or domestic objects has been redesigned, translated, transformed in different contexts of civil resistance. This project is supported by the CBK Rotterdam Image: DIY Survival Kit, 2017, Film Still, CGI, Full HD


PASTEXHIBITION @ Corridor Project Space


PRESENT TIME STATION 24 Aug – 10 September 2017 at Corridor Project Space Open Thur-Sun 12:00-19:00 Finissage 10 September 17:00-22:00 Esther Brakenhoff Marta Colpani Nishiko Esther Brakenhoff (NL), Marta Colpani (IT) and Nishiko (JP) will perform the making of an exhibition. During three weeks they will deal with the passing of time in relation to space and object. Brakenhoff, Colpani and Nishiko will look for evidence of time’s passing in the objects and structures that we inhabit and that we create: in this case the exhibition room of Corridor Project Space.


12 August- 02 September 2017 


3. In Support: Support Structures August 12 – September 2 Opening 12 August 18.00-20.00 Durational work: Epic Intervention by Süreyya Katacabey August 12, Ongoing Curation and theoretical framework: Baha Gorkem Yalım Artists: Nicola Arthen, Olga Micińska, Ivo Rick, Dan Walwin, Baha Görkem Yalım

15 July-08 August 2017 


2. In Support: Violence of Support July 15 – August 8 Opening 15 July 18.00-20.00 Performance: Bent by Leon Filter July 15, 19.00h

10 June-10 July 2017


In Support June 10 – September 2, 2017 “In Support: Support as Intimacy and Proximity” June 10 – July 10 Performance: “How Far Can You Be?” by Aldo E. Ramos June 10, 19:00