Bik Van der Pol
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Overvloed, onbehagen en verlies, review (NL) by Manus Groenen, MetropolisM, 27-02-2022
Blowing up the castle... Imagine that! - Bik Van der Pol on their show in Warsaw's CCA, MetropolisM, December 2019
The Undutiful Daughter’s Concept of Archival Metabolism, by Doreen Mende, e-flux journal no 93
ZUS: middelpunt in de cruciale ontwikkeling van het Schieblock, Pieter Kusters, Vers beton, February 7, 2019
Fijne reis langs 25 jaar expositiegeschiedenis, Janneke Wesseling, NRC Handelsblad, June 16, 2016 and, juni 17, 2016
Abstract Habitats: Installations of Coexistence and Coevolution, Sven Lütticken, Greyroom 59, Spring 2015
Four Parrots in a Cage Isn’t Art! Four Parrots in a Cage Isn’t Art, Scout MacEachron, Hyperallergic, February 18, 2016
Liberation through Laziness. Some chronopolitical remarks by Sven Lütticken, Mousse 42 (February–March 2014)
interview, Hugo Bongers, Puntkomma 9, 2014
Work and Play, by Nick Aikens. Frieze Magazine, october 2013
Do It Yourself. Kunstenaarsinitiatieven en collectieve herontwikkeling in Rotterdam, Moosje Goosen, Archined, 22-08-2012
Temporality, Sociality, Publicness: Cinema as Art Project– Maeve Connolly, Afterall, Journal 29 – Spring 2012
Frieze project Bik Van der Pol] [Artlog Mutual Art
The Chorus and The Contemporary Ruin: Bik Van der Pols Public Arena, by Maeve Connolly, 2011
Gracies falen, Niels van Manen, Metropolis M nr. 2, 2011
Was sei Aufklärung?, by Tim Corballis, 2010
Sven Lütticken- Once More on Publicness: A Postscript to Secret Publicity, Fillip 12, Fall 2010
What Are We Doing?, text by Paola Nicolin in Abitare 506
Portscapes, by Miguel Amada, April 2010
Generosity is the new political by Andrew Hunt, Frieze magazine, sept. 2009
Fake Dutch 'moon rock'reveiled. BBC News, august 28, 2009
Man On The Moon, In Memory of Michael Jackson, Moosje Goosen, Metropolis M, juli 2009
Nightcomers at the 2007 Istanbul Biennial: revolution or counter-revolution? by Sarah-Neel Smith in Art&Research Volume 2. No. 1. 2008
whitehot | May 2008, For REASONS of STATE @ The Kitchen by Jan Van Woensel