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With Love From The Kitchen
jul. 13

NAI Publishers

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Fly Me To The Moon
jul. 13

Published by Sternberg Press

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What if the moon were just a jump away?
sep. 14

Publication of script based on research into the Participatory Budget. In collaboration with poet/editor Rachel O’Reilly and designer Dongyoung Lee for Labin publishing imprint at the Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht.

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Abstract Habitats: Installations of Coexistence and Coevolution, by Sven Lütticken
jul. 15

Abstract Habitats: Installations of Coexistence and Coevolution,” includes discussions of aesthetic habitats for animals and humans (and the odd bacteria) in the work of Haacke, Höller & Trockel, Huyghe, Bik Van der Pol, Agency and others; Lütticken relates those works to theoretical and practical/activist interventions in the discourse on ecology, environment(s) and species.

Bik Van der Pol X Charlemagne Palestine, MetropolisM, Vol.3/2015
aug. 15

AS ABOVE SO BELOW in Google maps
oct. 15

Google Earth the piece AS ABOVE SO BELOW (made for Living as Form, 2011, Creative Time) is now stored in Google's archive. This work has become part of the public (?) sphere of Google while this empty site continues to develop in real time.

Video Essays of participants of School of Missing Studies and Turning a Blind Eye, 31st Bienale of Sao Paulo (2014)
dec. 15

Future Light, online publication out now
jan. 16

Future Light
Online publication Future Light, the exhibition, curated by Maria Lind
for the Vienna Biennale, 2015, Ideas for Change

Bik Van der Pol on instagram and twitter
sep. 16

Bik van der Pol on twitter
Bik Van der Pol on instagram
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Fly Me To The Moon, Sternberg Press
sep. 16

Fly Me To The Moon with texts by Jennifer Allen, Wouter Davidts, Frans Von der Dunk, Bik Van der Pol, Jane Rendell.

HO HO HO!......:Sorry! NO We Don’t Do REQUESTS
oct. 16

Sorry! NO We Don’t Do REQUESTS is an exhibition of twenty years of Will Holder’s work with publications, talks, printed matter, and teaching presented through individual selections weekly by different guests at Kunstverein, Amsterdam, Oct 15 to Dec 17, 2016.
Using Kunstverein as space for writing, printing and binding – Holder will recall hundreds of tiny material decisions made in response to a specific context of past collaborators’ work. For example: Bik Van der Pol’s research project Past Imperfect, Casco Issues No.9 (ed. Lisette Smits), Casco, Utrecht / Revolver, 2005. 978-3-865882-18-9.

see also itsnicethat

WERE IT AS IF: visuals
oct. 16

documentation of WERE IT AS IF at Witte de With, Centre of Contemporary Art, Rotterdam
27 May – 21 August 2016

Bik Van der Pol

Are you really sure that a floor can't also be a ceiling?

M. C. Escher