SOLO EXHIBITION • TAC, Eindhoven (NL), 2022 [photo: Almichael Fraay]

SOLO EXHIBITION • TAC, Eindhoven (NL), 2022 [photo: Almichael Fraay]

SOLO EXHIBITION • TAC, Eindhoven (NL), 2022 [photo: Almichael Fraay]

OPENING with music of Goozeking3000 • SOLO EXHIBITION • TAC, Eindhoven (NL), 2022 [photo: Jostijn Ligtvoet]

OPENING with Q&A Mirte van Duppen & Astrid Cats • SOLO EXHIBITION • TAC, Eindhoven (NL), 2022 [photo: Jostijn Ligtvoet]

OPENING • SOLO EXHIBITION • TAC, Eindhoven (NL), 2022 [photo: Jostijn Ligtvoet]

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Een witte muur die in iets anders verandert
three-channel video installation
16:9 full HD, 50p, 21:17 min
2022

a film by Mirte van Duppen for TAC

Temporary Art Center (TAC) is housed in a former Philips building on the Vonderweg in Eindhoven for over 15 years. The building is outdated and was originally intended to be demolished in its entirety. Through collaboration with the project developer Focus Real Estate it became financially possible to preserve this location. The building will be partly demolished, renovated and a new building with a residential tower will be constructed.

TAC is transforming. What significance does that have for TAC and its users? And who is TAC? Een witte muur die in iets anders verandert shows TAC from the perspective of interaction between building and its users. People make the building, the building facilitates the people. But is it specifically these four walls that give people room for experimenting? The three-channel video installation shows the building with and without its residents. Strolling through the building, as a viewer you see, hear and feel the 'invisible', soft value of the TAC incubator.

A film by
Mirte van Duppen
Commissioned by
TAC
Cinematographer and film editor
Mirte van Duppen
Camera moving shots
Melanie Pardoel
Script
Lotte Lentes
Soundscape
Benedikt Wöppel
Voice-over
Stephen Bell
Subtitles
Lilly Chamberlain
Color correction
REVOLVE Frans Suijs
Music
Goozeking3000, Lars van Leeuw en Rob Cornelissen

Story based on interviews with (Manager TAC) Gijs van den Broek, (TAC-mates) Michelle Baggerman, Martijn Claessens, Rob Cornelissen, Dwight Fagbamila, Marieke van der Graft, Karlijn de Groot, Richard van Kruysdijk, Kuang-Yi Ku, Lars van Leeuw, Rik Maarssen, Satomi Minoshima, Floris Philippi, Noud Sleumer, Lea Sormani, Meis Suker, Noud van Tiem, Roos Vogels, MamaProducties BV (Gardener) Harrie Jansen

Special thanks to Michelle Baggerman, Rudi Brekelmans, Nienke van Boom, Astrid Cats, Mirjam Damen, Hein van Duppen, Karen Ebert, Paulien Mandos, Melanie Pardoel, Gabrielle Provaas, Marlies Rikhof, Floris Phillipi, Bram van Zuijlen, Koen Verhees, Martijn Claessens, Tjalling de Leeuw

Kindly supported by Mondriaanfonds, Creative Industries Fund NL, Impulsgelden Provincie Noord-Brabant, Kunstloc and TAC