Yes! The Social Impact Factory has reopened. We can now every once in a while trade our home offices for our flexible workspace at the heart of Utrecht, where measures have been taken and changes have been made to make sure everyone can work safely.
A new exhibition was recently put together at SIF Utrecht by QKunst team member Mijke Rummens. Oneindig Online (online endlessly) is on view until September. This exhibition showing work by Joyce Overheul and Birgit Vredenburg focuses on the growing digital world: the use of social media and Internet and data storage. How do we deal with that? And what does endless storage look like?
Mijke: ‘Joyce and Birgit’s work is very different: Joyce focuses on the use of social media and Birgit is on the ‘digital archive’. An interesting combination to explore the digital world from different perspectives.’
QKunst curates an exhibition at Social Impact Factory Utrecht three times a year, showing work by talented Utrecht-based or -born artists. The theme for this exhibition was chosen to connect with the opening of the new Utrecht Central Library, a place with an ‘endless’ amount of books, social sharing, knowledge and data. The opening was also planned for mid-March, but has been postponed.
Image newspage: Birgit Vredenburg
SIF Utrecht is open again: go see that exhibition!