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wild care, tame neglect - Edward Clydesdale Thomson

Museums/Institutes Huize Frankendael

Middenweg 72
1097BS Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 4233930


Opening times Sun 26 Nov /  15.30-17 hrs

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studio installed behind Huize Frankendael, beneath a yew tree, in the area where the chicken coops were - photo Edward Clydesdale Thomson

‘wild care, tame neglect’ is a two-year experimental collaboration between artist Edward Clydesdale Thomson (United Kingdom, 1982) and Huize Frankendael. This evolving artwork tests the idea that care and commitment, as well as growth and decay, are at the center of artistic production and reception. During Amsterdam Art Weekend ‘wild care, tame neglect’ transforms into an exhibition. The sculptures, readings, actions and interventions that Thomson made will be temporarily reframed. A poster campaign, conceived as a public exhibition throughout Amsterdam Oost, expands the project into the surrounding urban environment. ‘wild care, tame neglect’ is curated by Nils van Beek (TAAK).



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