MOTI Museum of The Image.
The dynamism of pop-up is reflected in the exhibition: its flexibility and versatility is a source of inspiration for many disciplines. Visitors will experience multi-media installations, see films and performances that become clocks, chairs, graphics, songs and lights, meet new characters animated by technology, witness computer programmes that make books magically come to life, and encounter cardboard and textiles that pop-up into animals, mushrooms, fashion, furniture and masks. Roles shift, connect and merge to the extent that there seems to be only one universal and elastic discipline that pops up, moving constantly between dimensions, and possibly trying to define a new one.
Kiki van Eijk (NL), Catharina van Eetvelde (BE), Rodrigo Solorzano (MEX), Anthony Kleinepier (NL), Tord Boontje (NL), Bartosz Mucha (PL), Jaime Hayon (SP), Studio Job (NL), Niels Meulman (NL), Anna Garforth (GB), Carla Fernandez, Niels Hoebers (NL) Eric Ku (USA), Camile Scherrer (CH), Eley Kishimoto (JP), Carolina Wilcke (BE), Issey Miyake (JP), Laurens Manders (NL), Front (SE), Molo (CA), Richard Woods (GB) and Neozoon.