lne Gevers curator  \  writer  \  activist

· Hacking Habitat. Art of Control,
publication

· Hacking Habitat research
· Ja Natuurlijk How art saves the World,
publication

· Ja Natuurlijk - brochure
· Niet Normaal Difference on Display
· Niet Normaal Difference on Display,
Vision + Concept

· (En)countering the Culture of the Norm
· Beyond Ethics and Aesthetics
· Ik + de Ander. Art and the Human Condition
· Place, Position, Presentation, Public
· Cultural Identity: Fiction or Necessity
· Multiple, Multiplying, Multiplication
· The Borderline/ De Grens
productions  \  publications
2016
· Hacking Habitat. Art of Control, publication
Nai010 Publishers
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> Lees de introductie

Editors: Ine Gevers, Jolle Demmers, Petran Kockelkoren, Caroline Nevejan, Iris van der Tuin, Friso Wiersum, Dennis kerckhoffs. Authors: Stefania Milan, Huub Dijstelbloem, Saskia Sassen, Mirko Tobias Schäfer, Nabil Ahmed, Tomáš Sedláček, Vinay Gupta, Robin Celikates, Renée Ridgway, Susan Schuppli, Anke Domscheit Berg. Also includes reports on the Life Hack Marathons by Friso Wiersum.

HACKING HABITAT presents a highly topical and urgent theme: how we are controlled by technology and how to restore the relationship between humans and machines. Surveillance camera's observe us, inimitable Google algorithms manipulate our behaviour, and our smart phones have cast a collective hypnotic spell on us. We risk losing control over our lives to powerful economic and technological systems. Worldwide, people are waking up to the fact that they need to regain a grip on their lives. Together they give rise to powerful forces of resistance and reclaim their living environment. See also exhibition.

2013-2014
· Hacking Habitat research
Research, concept and development of Hacking Habitat.
Honored by the Mondriaan Fund
www.hackinghabitat.com
2013
· Ja Natuurlijk How art saves the World, publication
Nai010publishers                                                 
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Editors: Ine Gevers, Ellen ter Gast, Henk Oosterling, Iris van der Tuin, Peter Paul Verbeek. Authors: Jean Fisher, Donna Haraway, Tim Ingold, Ike kamphof, Timothy Morton, Henk Oosterling, Luciana Parisi, Vandana Shiva, John Thackara, Rick Dolphijn, Clemens Driessen, Ellen ter Gast, Ine Gevers, Dennios Kerckhoffs, Paul Kokke, Laura Mudde, Miriam van Rijsingen, Laura Stamps, Tamar Stelling, Gerbrand Bakker, Maria Barnas, Vincent Bijlo, Matthijs van Boxtel, Wim Brands, Bram Esser, Esther gerritsen, Atte Jongstra, Bart Knols, Ann Meskens, Jannie Egnerus, Bianca Stigter, Vrouwkje Tuinmans, Patrick van Veen.

Yes Naturally is about relationships – existing relationships as well as new forms of partnership– and sets inclusion and reciprocity as necessary conditions for a better world. In a critical and playful way – from self-thinking bacteria to highways for bees – the Yes Naturally publication addresses a current and socially relevant question: how can we become ecologically intelligent? See also exhibition.
2011
· Ja Natuurlijk - brochure
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Also see the exhibition.
2009
'Normality on prescription'
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Editors: Ine Gevers, Miriam van Rijsingen, Maaike Bleeker, Stuart Blume, Jacqueline Schoonheim. Authors: Renu Addlahka, Michel Callon, Johnson Cheu, Amade M’Charek, Trudy Dehue, Patrick Devlieger, Donna Haraway, Ivo van Hilvoorde/Laurens Landeweerd, Petra Kuppers, Ingunn Moser, Griet Roets/Daniel Goodley, Tom Shakespeare. www.naipublishers.nl.

The accompanying publication examines the philosophy of emancipation that inspired the exhibition in greater depth. Design: Bram Nijssen. See also exhibition (Niet Normaal · Difference on Display), production (Niet Normaal · Difference on Display, Vision + Concept) and publication (Difference on Display).
2006
The exhibition Niet Normaal · Difference on Display departs from a paradox that is becoming increasingly evident in today's society. Crossovers and dynamic partnerships between empowerment movements and intelligent machines offer promising possibilities in terms of diversity and difference. However, commerce and global economics tend to exploit new developments in biotechnology, robotics and virtual technologies, primarily in favour of normality and homogeneity. Before long, governments and companies, as well as citizens themselves, could come to discriminate not only on the usual grounds (gender, race and culture), but also on the basis of health status and genetic constitution. The problems we could come to face in this genocracy could overshadow those of globalisation and multiculturalism. Presentations and expert meetings at BAK, Utrecht (in collaboration with Maria Hlavajova). Design: Bram Nijssen. See also exhibition (Niet Normaal · Difference on Display), production (Niet Normaal · Difference on Display, voorheen Alleman) and publication (Difference on Display).
1999
Brochure, published for the symposium, ed. Ine Gevers/ De Geuzen, Amsterdam, 1999. With contributions of Martijn Dekker, Gunilia Gerland, Ine Gevers. See also exhibition (Temporary Sanity: an alternative plea when considering madness and motive).
1997
Beyond Ethics and Aesthetics/ Voorbij Ethiek en Esthetiek. SUN, 1997, ed. Ine Gevers & Jeanne van Heeswijk. Anthology with essays and visual contributions of o.a. Oscar van Alphen, Ute Meta Bauer, Marianne Brouwer, Simon Critchley, Helmut Draxler, Jean Fisher, Avital Geva, Ine Gevers, Jeanne van Heeswijk, Thijs Goldsmit, Jouke Kleerebezem, Martin Lucas, Adrian Piper, Victor Misiano, Everlyn Nicodemus, Sadie Plant, Martha Rosler, FordaCity, Multiple Autorenschaft, Rob Schroder, Jorinde Seydel, Barbara Steiner, Rirkit Tiravanija, Roy Villevoye en Krystof Wodizcko. Design: Felix Janssens. See also symposium and publication (Curating: Stereotyping the Other or Risking ones own Subjectivity).
1994
Magazine, ned-eng, 1, ed. Ine Gevers/ Jeanne van Heeswijk, Stichting Artimo, Amsterdam, 1994. With contributions of o.a. Marlene Dumas, Ruud Gullit, Cindy Sherman, Jeff Wall, Karen Spaink, Rosi Braidotti, Jeroen van Inkel, Nancy Spero, Eugenio Dittborn, Cornelio Sommaruga, Paul de Leeuw, Tjong Ang, Michel Francois, Roy Villevoye, Hans van Houwelingen, Aernout Mik, Jan Mulder, Hans Goedkoop, Bill Viola, Mona hatoum, Wim Salki, Cor Blok, Martin Lucas, Willem Pijffers, Ivan Wolffers, Christine Borland, Ole Bouman, Jeroen van Inkel, Nelson Mandela, Renée van de Vall, Lawrence Weiner, Shelly Ramautar, Jouke Kleerebezem, Luuk Wilmerink, Joke Robaard, Hans Aarsman, Frank Mandersloot, Wouter van Dieren, Derek Jarman, Inez van Lamsweerde, Marijke van Warmerdam, Anres Serrano, Adrian Piper. Design: Roelof Mulder. See also exhibition, symposium 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
The fact that there is no place for us outside our ideologically controlled and mediated society is not a reason to refrain from action, commitment and taking up positions. This publication aims to give an impetus to the debate which questions the possible critical functions of art, given the manipulative and ideologically affirmative strategies of the (institutional) structure within which art has to function. The essays address the choices one has to make with respect to 'place, position, presentation, public' in order to direct the meaning, function and effect of the work of art in its complex, discursive field of signification. Although 'placing', 'presenting' and 'interpreting' are in the first instance read as referring to the object that is at stake here (work of art, text, installation), it is impossible not to take into account the complicating presence of the producing subject in the post-Freudian sense. Anthology with essays of participants of the symposium in april 1992, ed. Ine Gevers, Jan van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht. With contributions of Debora Meijers, Charles Harrison, Andrea Fraser, Fritz Rahmann, Martha Rosler, Cor Blok, Michael Lingner, Dennis Adams, Adrian Piper, Norbert Radermacher, Patricia Philips, Michael Zinganel, Judith Barry, Peter Weibel, Laura Mulvey, Keith Piper, Jean Fisher and Ine Gevers. Design: Mevis en Van Deursen. See also exhibition, symposium and publication (Introduction).
1992
Papers of the lecturers of the symposium in Maastricht were published in Third Text, 18, spring 1992. With contributions of Sebastian López, Clementine Deliss, Guy Brett, Claudio Goulart, Rasheed Araeen, Jan Mot, Els van der Plas, Paul Faber. Ed. Ine Gevers/ Jean Fisher/Rasheed Araeen. Design: Tony Fisher. See also event and publication.
1991
Anthology with essays of participants of the symposium 1990, ed. Ine Gevers, Jan van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht. With contributions of Rodney Graham, Alan Murray, Joep van Lieshout, John Armleder, Paul Groot, Peter weibel, Wilhelm Mundt, Willem Oorebeek. Exhibition catalogue: Guillaume Bijl, Anne Bousema, Dean Brannagan, Willem Engelen, Stefan Hoffman, Irene Hohenbüchler, Christine Hohenbüchler, Per Jonas, Helena Kive, Rick Meyers, Edward Mortimer, Desirée palmen, Linda Pollack, Nick de Ville, Miranda Rikken. Design: Jouke Kleerebezem. See also exhibition, symposium and publication (Introduction).
1990
The Borderline/ De Grens. Anthology with essays of participants of the symposium 1990, ed. Ine Gevers, Jan van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht. With contributions of ger Groot, marianne Brouwer, Pieter Jan Gijsberts, Wim Nijenhuis, Daniel Libeskind, Paul Groot, Arno van der mark, Godert van Colmjon, Shirazeh Houshiary, Vito Acconci. Design: Stefan Graatsma. See also publication (Introduction).