Upcoming events


 6  July  2024 

In a collboration with Movement Exposed gallery, Utrecht, NL

Temporal Choreographies is an artist meeting initiated by Ruta Butkute. After a first edition in her studio in Amsterdam in November 2023, the second edition of this private event will be hosted by Movement Exposed Gallery Space in Utrecht. Temporal Choreographies II delves into the ideas and development of contemporary artists, united in their interest for process and exchange. Departing from different fields of knowledge and experience – choreography, visual art, performance, writing – they explore the overflowing qualities rising from encounters and collisions between arts and media. 

During Temporal Choreographies II artists Ruta Butkute, Nina Glockner & Ayumi Higuchi, Richtje Reinsma and Madeline Stillwell will present work. 

If you want to learn more about the artistic exchange during the private event Temporal Choreographies II, keep an eye on this page for updates. https://me-galleryspace.com/en/temporal-choreographies-ii/

#1 image Madeline Stillwell, Photoshoot II,’ Performance, Wilde Gallery Berlin, 2010

#2 image Richtje Reinsma, Huidwandeling, Brakke Grond, 2024, photo Simon Pillaud 



 2 December  2023 

As part of exhibition Bound at Movement Exposed gallery and my ongoing investigation into the performative aspects of the material. I have decided to organise my first curated private event inviting artists, choreographers, and other art professionals to participate ina short video screening program titled Temporal Choreographies and have a conversation. Participating artists (in the screening program): Kyoco Taniyama, Mella Jaarsma, Natalia Ossef, Ruta Butkute, Madeline Stillwell, Sara  Bjarland.

‘In my practice I situate sculpture within a spatial realm shared by time, gesture and bodies in motion. Objects expand outside of modern concepts of autonomy, into a field of related networks of agency that create and aid temporal choreographies’

music: https://gailegriciute.com
Open studio event is curated by Ruta Butkute (Temporal Chroreographies)

Supported by: The project ‘How materials become concepts’ (2023): Stichting Niemeijer Fonds, Stichting Stokroos (Hanzenfonds of the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds), Amsterdam Fonds voor de Kunst (AFK), Amarte Fonds, NL