Small Show – a week at puntWG

With Clementine Edwards (Jewellery research fellow 2021-2022), Dagmar Bosma, Karin Iturralde, Raoni Muzho Saleh and Sophie de Serièr

Open Making Sessions  4–7pm, Thursday, 6 October  4–7pm Friday, 7 October Communal Closing  1–5pm, Sunday, 9 October

Something to Hold in the Let Go is a queer-collective-togetherness comprised of five artists who will spend a week at puntWG from Monday, 3 to Sunday, 9 October 2022.  Our names are Clementine Edwards, Dagmar Bosma, Karin Iturralde, Raoni Muzho Saleh and Sophie de Serière. Within our practices we touch upon manifestations of decay, entropy and loss. Our shared interest is in a materiality that does not last or remain fixed, but rather that is in constant transformation. Where do we find stability amidst the necessary falling apart of things? And how can we reverberate and echo alongside and along with this shakiness?   Queer-collective-togetherness is a process of disintegration and growth. We approach the puntWG time samen thinking about the cyclical nature of our lives and practices. Our art practices give us something to hold onto and to ground with, and they allow us to relate to the world in ways queerer than the social norm. At puntWG we will take time to experiment with the creation of material possibility amidst decay.  We will host three public moments. On Thursday and Friday, we’re open to those curious to visit or join our collective making sessions. On Sunday we host a communal closing with food and drink. Please join us! Keep an eye on PuntWG’s website here-> or our IG (@some.thingtoholdintheletgo) for further details.

Monday Evening Lecture by Steinbeisser

19th September 2022, 17:30 FedLev Auditorium

NEU NEU Steinbeisser, Photo credit: Thomas Albdorf for

The Jewellery-Linking Bodies department is pleased to invite you to this year’s first Monday evening lecture. Coming back from a regenerative summer break, we will be launching the lecture series on Monday 19th of September at 17:30 with a lecture by Steinbeisser.  

Steinbeisser was founded in 2009 by Jouw Wijnsma and Martin Kullik. In 2012 Steinbeisser launched the Experimental Gastronomy initiative based in Amsterdam and active around the world. The Experimental Gastronomy brings together renowned chefs and artists for a one-of-a-kind culinary experience. Food and drinks are entirely plant-based (vegan) and sourced from local organic and biodynamic (Demeter) producers. Artists create cutlery and dishware that celebrate experimentation and the search for new ways to enjoy food. The dinners showcase contemporary cuisine at the highest level, uniting design, gastronomy, and nature. For more details about their practice, please see their website:

Auditorium – Fed Lev Building
Gerrit Rietveld Academie
Fred. Roeskestraat 96
1076 ED Amsterdam

We hope to see you there!