Lost & Found 16 December 2011

a night of stray images and sounds

16 dec 2011

A rare screening of SUN TUNNELS (16mm, 1978) by Nancy Holt - introduced by the artist, a barber from Cairo's Boulaq neighborhood, The Art of Revolution, Dr. Rat - godfather of Dutch graffiti, Holland's youngest paparazzo, Brutus is hungry, Hilton's bed-in for peace suite, slow sound by Sam de Groot and more!
The Lost & Found Archive


Nancy Holt, Sun Tunnels, 1978, 16mm -

Lost & Found
Friday 16 December 2011
Doors open 20.30, start programme 21.00
Theatrum Anatomicum, De Waag, Nieuwmarkt 4, Amsterdam
cover charge 9 euro

Curated by Roald de Boer, Constant Dullaart, Julia van Mourik and Jantine Wijnja.

Lost & Found was initiated in Amsterdam in 1997. The formula remained almost unchanged over the years; an eclectic group of artists curate screenings of overlooked, obscure and forgotten visual and audio artifacts from archives and private collections from around the globe to show material which doesn’t fit comfortably into regular gallery contexts; work which demands more concentration than the usual walk-by, or seems out of place anywhere. The soiree-like events where held in Amsterdam, Alexandria, Berlin, Cairo, Los Angeles, Vilnius, and in the New Museum in New York.

"I really like your upbeat approach and grass roots style of finding and presenting stray works and situations." William Taylor, Hammer Museum

Made possible by the kind support of Mondriaan Foundation, Waag Society and Robstolk.