lne Gevers curator  \  writer  \  activist

· Life Hack Marathons
· NOISE Summerschool International
· Yes Naturally How art saves the World
closed succesfully

· Finissage Yes Naturally with debate on
public access to GMO

· Workshop The Commons
· Co-creation drawing workshop by Jim
Holyoak en Matt Shane

· Stellingname Vijfhuizen
· AimatArt and young professionals visit Yes
Naturally

· Surviving the city, symposium
· Vrienden GMDH
· Perceptions on Nature, symposium
· Lecture Bas Haring and Tijs Goldschmidt
· Re-Animating Thought: Symposium On The
(Re) Valuation Of Animism, symposium

· Superplants: Towards a sustainable
future?, symposium

· First Impressions/Press opening Yes
Naturally How art saves the World

· Niet Normaal at LOGOC and ACE
· Niet Normaal at Kunsthaus Linz
· Public talks at Blackmarket
· Niet Normaal at EU convention of
disability rights

· Utrecht Culturele Hoofdstad 2018
· Art and Activism debate Amsterdam
· Niet Normaal at Disability Studies
Conference

· Niet Normaal at Liverpool Biennial
· Niet Normaal op Masterclass EPN
· Niet Normaal op Kunstfactor Live!
· Niet Normaal op MAF
· Kunst & Engagement
· First Impressions
· Niet Normaal Difference on Display
· Trialogen
· Cultural Heritage
· Diagnosis: Different by Nature
· Curating the Mad of the Other
· (En)countering the Culture of the Norm
· Beyond Ethics and Aesthetics
· Ik + de Ander. Art and the Human Condition
· Strategies in Presentations I, II, III, IV
en V

· Place, Position, Presentation, Public
· Cultural Identity: Fiction or Necessity
· Multiple, Multiplying, Multiplication
· Image and Afterimage
· The Borderline/ De Grens
· Art and Attitude
exhibitions  \  events
2015
· Life Hack Marathons
In preparations for Hacking Habitat the Life Hack Marathons explored themes such as invisibility, debt, restrictions on movement and bureaucracy. Participants came together and were immediately confronted with the violence of governing systems, by speakers such as Saskia Sassen, Zihni Òzdill, Tomáš Sedláček, Rutger Bregman, Eric Smit, James Bridle, Marleen Stikker, Evgeny Morozov, Arjan El Fassed, Lino Hellings, Aram Bartholl and Ahmed Öğüt. These public lectures were followed by private meetings, which were used to horizontally learn how to life hack.
2013
· NOISE Summerschool International
NOISE Summerschool International Gender Studies University Utrecht visited the exhibition, August 26.
2013
· Yes Naturally How art saves the World closed succesfully
Ja Natuurlijk - Yes Naturally · How art saves the World closed succesfully on August 25, 2013.
> Watch film on youtube or vimeo
2013
· Finissage Yes Naturally with debate on public access to GMO
Keynote: Adam Zaretsky, with Herman van Bekkem (Greenpeace), Lucas Evers (Waag Society), Dirk de Jong (Biobased Economy), Ton Matton (artist), Pieter van Bohemen (DIY biology), Per Staugaard (Biosafety advisor), David Louwrier (Phd), Ine Gevers, Laura Mudde. Chair: Robert Zwijnenberg. Location: Platform The Commons, The Hague, August 25.
2013
Workshop The Commons to discuss the future of the tower by architect J.P. Oud. August 8. See: http://taak.me/?nk_project=the-commons-project-workshop-mens-en-omgeving
2013
Co-creation drawing workshop by Jim Holyoak en Matt Shane as part of their residency and continues drawing sessions in the museum, July 6.
2013
· Stellingname Vijfhuizen
Lecture at Stellingname Vijfhuizen, organized by Satellietgroep The Hague, June 23.
2013
· AimatArt and young professionals visit Yes Naturally
AimatArt invited young professionals from AH, Unilever, Nestle and Shell to talk about transparancy and sustainability. June 21.
2013
Surviving the city, symposium. Keynote: Henk Oosterling, with: Rachel Armstrong, Michiel Schwarz, Wapke Feenstra a.o. Location: Gemeentemuseum The Hague, June 20.
2013
· Vrienden GMDH
Lecture for the friends of the Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, June 19.
2013
· Perceptions on Nature, symposium
Perceptions on Nature, symposium. Keynote: Tim Morton, with: Iris van der Tuin, Natalie Jeremijenko, Koert van Mensvoort a.o. Location: Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, May 23.
2013
Lunch-lecture at the platform The Commons by Bas Haring and Tijs Goldschmidt, May 5.
2013
Keynote: Tim Ingold, with: Nabil Ahmed, Fernando Rodriguez, Sher Doruff, Yvonne Dröge Wendel a.o. Location: Museon, The Hague, April 26.
2013
· Superplants: Towards a sustainable future?, symposium
Keynote: Dr. Jeremy Harbinson, with Peter Fend, Adam Zaretsky, Dirk Stemerding a.o. Location: Museon, The Hague, March 19.
2013
· First Impressions/Press opening Yes Naturally How art saves the World
Discussion on Yes Naturally with Carolyn Christov Bakargiev, Minerva Cuevas, Tue Greenfort, Raoul Ortega Ayala, Marjetica Pjotrc. Location: GEM, Museum of Contemporary Art, The Hague, March 14.
2011
· Niet Normaal at LOGOC and ACE
Presentation Niet Normaal · Difference on Display at LOGOC (London Organizing Committee Olympic Games and Paralympic Games) and ACE (Art Counsel England) for the Olympic Games Cultural Program, September 19.
2011
· Niet Normaal at Kunsthaus Linz
Lecture Niet Normaal · Difference on Display at Cultural Program van Kunsthaus Goethestrasse in Linz, curated by: curatoren: Susanne Blaimschein, Beate Rathmay, June 18.
2011
· Public talks at Blackmarket
Public talks at the Blackmarket, part of art exhibition Too late, too little, (and how) to fail gracefully, curated by Bik van der Pol, June 11.
2011
· Niet Normaal at EU convention of disability rights
Presentation Niet Normaal * Difference on Display and the film Hownormaldoyoufeeltoday at the manifestation for the ratification of the EU convention on disability rights, Jaarbeurshal, Utrecht, March 29.
2011
· Utrecht Culturele Hoofdstad 2018
Column for the Vision and Theme of Utrecht 2018 conference, Utrecht, February 14.
2011
· Art and Activism debate Amsterdam
Discussion around the launch of the book Art and Activism ed. by Lieven de Cauter a.o., with Friso Wiersum (moderator) Lieven de Cauter, Gideon Boie, Matthias Pauwels, Amsterdam, January 28.
2010
· Niet Normaal at Disability Studies Conference
Public discussion on Niet Normaal * Difference on Display with Mat Fraser on the International Disability Studies Conference 'Diversity in Quality of Life’, Amsterdam, December 3.
2010
· Niet Normaal at Liverpool Biennial
Lecture and discussion on Niet Normaal * Difference on Display on the one day conference ‘The dark behind my eyelids’ (Dadafest and Liverpool Biennial), Liverpool, November 27.
2010
· Niet Normaal op Masterclass EPN
Lecture on Niet Normaal for teachers and educators on Visual Arts, Amsterdam, November 10.
2010
· Niet Normaal op Kunstfactor Live!
Lecture in Amsterdam, October 1.
2010
· Niet Normaal op MAF
Evaluation of Niet Normaal and Madness and Arts Festival with Hans Looijen and Nina Folkersma, Haarlem, October 3
2010
Niet Normaal · Difference on Display is far from politically neutral. It positions itself in the midst of Western contemporary society and its ideology. Therefore Niet Normaal and the Gemeente Amsterdam joined to organise the event Kunst & Engagement, with Frans Timmermans, Lex ter Braak, Jonas Staal, Ine Gevers a.o.
2009
Moderated by Gabriëlle Schleijpen participating artists and international art critics and curators joined to share their first impressions on the exhibition Niet Normaal · Difference on Display. With Joseph Grigely, Ines Doujak, Louis Hock, Fulya Erdemci, Ute Meta Bauer and Okwui Enwezor.
2009-2010
· Niet Normaal Difference on Display
For the parallel program of Niet Normaal · Difference on Display visit www.nietnormaal.com
2008
· Trialogen
Artists, scientists and productive consumers in dispute about the possibilities and impossibilities of intelligent technology now and in the near future. Both practical and ethical issues are to be addressed, ranging from the question how we became posthuman, the practical life of being a cyborg, the link between biopolitics and our makeover culture, genetic engineering and the threat of genetic class systems and its discriminating practices. A growing appreciation of the coincidental nature of our biological existence and realization of our human interdependence which plea for a different view of the world, is being taken in consideration as well. Feminist and integrationist utopia's are being restored, not only critically but as propositions for a better world. In collaboration with BAK, Utrecht.
2004
· Cultural Heritage
Concept and realization in collaboration with Stichting InterArt and Studium Generale ArtEZ, Arnhem. Participants: Alex de Vries, Soheila Najand, Maria Hlavajova, Rob van Laarse, Ad de Jong, Gerard Rooyakkers, Vamba Sherif. Location: ArtEz, Arnhem. See also publication (Diaspora Bewustzijn).
2001
· Diagnosis: Different by Nature
Round table discussions about the representation of neurodiverse cultures. Participants: Martijn Dekker, Hans van Dalen, Jet Isarin, Janneke Lam, Ruud Hendriks, Jacqueline Schoonheim. Location: Utrecht and Maastricht. See also publication.
1998
· Curating the Mad of the Other
Series of lectures on the tactics of artists and curators to expose the madness/ strangeness in ourselves. Participants: Ine Gevers, Jeanne van Heeswijk, Johan Grimonprez. Location: Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht. See also publication.
1999
Multi visual seminar with Martijn Dekker and Gunilla Gerland. Concept and realization in collaboration with Stichting De Geuzen, Amsterdam. Location: Stichting De Geuzen, Amsterdam. See also exhibition (Temporary Sanity: an alternative plea when considering madness and motive) and production.
1997
Beyond Ethics and Aesthetics/ Voorbij Ethiek en Esthetiek. Co-curated with Jeanne van Heeswijk. Conference at the occasion of the publication of the book: Voorbij Ethiek en Esthetiek/ Beyond Ethics and Aesthetics, SUN, Nijmegen, 1997. With works of Rirkit Tijravanija, Hervé Paraponaris, Jeanne van Heeswijk. See also production. See also publication (Curating: Stereotyping the Other or Risking ones own Subjectivity).
1994
· Ik + de Ander. Art and the Human Condition
Symposium held in conjunction with the exhibition Ik + de Ander. Art and the Human Condition, june 19th, 1994. Participants: Marianne Brouwer, Martin Lucas, Adrian Piper, Ine Gevers, Jeanne van Heeswijk. Published in Beyond Ethics and Aesthetics, SUN, 1997, pp. 40-78. Location: Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam. See also exhibition, production and publications Ine Gevers: Artists who choose life, magazine I + the Other. Art and the Human Condition, 1994. Detailed description and examination of the exhibition in Ine Gevers: Curating: Stereotyping the Other or Risking one's Own Subjectivity?, Beyond Ethics and Aesthetics, SUN, 1997 ed. Ine Gevers, Jeanne van Heeswijk.
1993-1997
A series of lectures and guests: Joseph Kosuth, Clementine Deliss, Leontien Coelewij, Valerie Smith, Dan cameron, Elisabeth Sussman, Helmut Draxler, Jean Leering, Marianne Brouwer, Seth Siegelaub, Bart de Baere, Ute Meta Bauer, Hedwig Saxenhuber, Jean Fisher, Jon Thompson, Catherine David, Okwi Enwezor. Location: Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht. See also Avantgarde Strategies, Introduction Sense of Place (see also exhibition), Bricolage of the Fool, Museum and the Shaping of Knowledge and Curating the Mad of the Other.
> Strategies I
> Strategies II
1992
About artistic interventions in public spaces. Participants: Debora J. Meijers, Charles Harrison, Andrea Fraser, Fritz Rahmann, Martha Rosler, Cor Blok, Michael Lingner, Dennis Adams, Adrian Piper, Norbert Rademacher, Patricia C. Phillips, Michael Zinganel, Judith Barry, Peter Weibel, Laura Mulvey, Keith Piper, Jean Fisher. Location: Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht. See also exhibition, production and publication (Introduction).
1991
· Cultural Identity: Fiction or Necessity
About cultural identity and multiculturalism. Participants: Sebastián López, Clementine Deliss, Guy Brett, Claudio Goulart, Rasheed Araeen, Jean-Hubert Martin, Helen Frik en Bülent Evren. Published in Third Text, ed. Rasheed Araeen, Jean Fisher, Londen, 1992. Location: Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht. See also production and publication.
1991
· Multiple, Multiplying, Multiplication
About the meaning of the original versus its reproduction. Participants: Q.S. Serafijn, Matt Mullican, Rodney Graham, Alan Murray, Joep van Lieshout, Nick de Ville, Saskia Bos, Georg Herold, John Armleder, Schipper & Buchholz, Paul Groot, Peter Weibel, René Block, Willem Oorebeek, Wilhelm Mundt. Location: Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht. See also exhibition, production and publication (Introduction).
1990
· Image and Afterimage
About perception. Participants: Remy Zaugg, Heinz Paetzold, J.C.J. van der Heyden, Francesco Varela, Peter Struycken, Tom Puckey, Jouke Kleerebezem, Roos Theuws en Bridget Riley. Location: Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht.
1990
· The Borderline/ De Grens
About visual art, architecture and philosophy. Participants: Ger Groot, Marianne Brouwer, Wim Nijenhuis, Paul Groot, Daniel Libeskind, John Knight, Arno van der Mark, Shirazeh Houshiary, Vito Acconci, Thomas Ruff en Marlene Dumas, Jan van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht. Location: Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht. See also production and publication (Introduction).
1989
· Art and Attitude
Participants: Thierry de Cordier, Axel Kasseböhmer, Jo Baer, Ernst Caramelle, Thomas Huber, Frank Mandersloot en Alison Wilding. Location: Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht.