By Ivo Blom Mata Hari was famous for her own fabulation of her oriental past and scandalous present. Myth and reality converged in ever changing combinations, which impressed many, but also caused her serious troubles during her notorious trial, leading to her execution in 1917 by the French army, condemned as enemy spy. However, the… Read More Facts and fabulation: the ‘real’ Mata Hari on film
By Freek Schmidt Three weeks ago our student Juliette Huijgen of the Research master program Visual Arts, Media and Architecture received the StudenTalent prize, awarded by the Faculty of Humanities of the VU. This prize is awarded yearly to a student who is both studious in his/her work at the university and committed to also… Read More We have a winner!
By Sven Lütticken In May, the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven organized the ten-day programme Becoming More, which it introduced as follows: On the 10th anniversary of the research and exhibition project Be(com)ing Dutch it is time to convene again – to come together to strengthen existing alliances and to develop new affinities. Through the caucus… Read More Future Caucus