About the part that art plays in a globalising society

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Femke Herregraven

Femke Herregraven (1982, NL) investigates which material base, geographies, and value systems are carved out by financial technologies and infrastructures. Her work focuses on the effects of abstract value systems on historiography and individual lives. This research is the basis for the conception of new characters, stories, objects, sculptures, sound, and mixed-media installations. Her current work focuses on the financialization of the future as a ‘catastrophe’ and uses language, the voice, and the respiratory system to examine these monetized speculative catastrophes within our social, biological, and technological ecosystems. She is an alumnus of the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam (2017–2018). In 2016, she collaborated with Dutch investigative journalist on the Panama Papers. In 2019, she was nominated for the Prix de Rome. She is currently a Creator Doctus (practice-based PhD) candidate at Sandberg Instituut (2020–2023).


Exhibition: Charging Myths

An exhibition by transnational collective On-Trade-Off exploring how technological innovation is dependent on natural resources.


More-Than-Human Encounters
Performative evening on the different dimensions of global extraction with artists Femke Herregraven, Maarten Vanden Eynde and Georges Senga.
Opening: Charging Myths by On-Trade-Off
Opening of the exhibition, Charging Myths, by transnational artist collective On-Trade-Off.