studium resort


program: dec 15 + t.b.a.

doors: 19:30, talk: 20:00

location: nieuwe sint jansstraat 35, groningen

tickets: €5,– (€3,– for students)

Join us as we dive into the minds and practices of the artists behind the episodes. At each talk our lovely moderator, Klaudija Ylaite, will be our guide, unveiling the fab that fuels their artistic expression, vision, methods and themes within their practice.… The audience is invited to be an active participant in the conversation. So, mark your calendar for the upcoming sessions:



15 DEC 2023  Feiko Beckers (S01E03) |  on putting failure and discomfort on a pedestal

2024:   26 APR Théo Demans (S02E01) + t.b.a.



English spoken

Doors open at 19:30, talk starts at 20:00 till 21:30

Location: Nieuwe Sint Jansstraat 35, Groningen

Tickets: regular €5,00 / students €3,00 (ticket includes 3 drinks) and can be purchased down below or at the door.

Accessibility: wheelchair friendly




15 DEC  / Feiko Beckers on putting failure and discomfort on a pedestal

about       Feiko Beckers (b. 1983) is a Dutch artist who lives and works in Brussels. He was artist-in-resident at the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam in 2010-2011 and in 2013 at Palais de Tokyo in Paris.


He works with everyday histories based on events from his own life, stories about failures, accidents or embarrassing situations that he has personally experienced. His work seeks answers to the unexpected, merciless character of unfortunate events. With video, performance, installations and even music, he constructs narratives that are unexpectedly interrupted, their determined and unavoidable failure impending and self-evident.


His work has been exhibited at De Appel, Amsterdam; Palais de Tokyo, Paris;Beursschouwburg, Brussel; Tenderpixel, Londen; Museum Kranenburg, Bergen; ; STUK, Leuven; Kunstverein Braunschweig; Fries Museum, Leeuwarden and at Gallery Stigter van Doesburg, Amsterdam.



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sonic embodiment – a recap of the artist talk with eva susova (nov 17)

Nov 22 '23 | by our reporter: Violeta Gamino Romero

(...) With a variety of materials - ceramics, metal, organic things, sound, and her own corporeal presence - she creates and tries to project embodied knowledge: histories, traumas, the intricate relationship we have with our bodies. guided by questions that birth movement, she draws inspiration from bodies (minds) like Deborah Hay. (...) read more.


about       eva susova is an interdisciplinary artist working with performance, sound and sculpture. Her artistic practice is rooted in the study of embodied knowledge, the history of a female voice and ecology. She strives to interrogate existing concepts and categorisations perpetuating forms of oppression by actively listening and decomposing as a methodology for transformation.

“I like to think of my works as fungi, the catalysts of the toxicities defining our current moment.”

She understands her artistic practice as a space of radical imagination of queer ways of living, becoming and relating.


eva obtained MA in Fine Arts at Sandberg Institute and BA in Choreography at the SNDO at Amsterdam University of Arts. Her works and collaborations have shown in various venues, among many RongWrong (NL), bologna cc. (NL), Het Restort (NL), Arti et Amicitae (NL), Uferstudios Berlin (DE), STAMM studios Porentruy (CH), Veem House for Performance (NL) and Forum für Kunst Heidelberg (DE).

She is an alumnus of Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam (2021-2023). Eva has been teaching multiple workshops focusing on somatic practices and performance at academies such as Gerrit Rietveld and Sandberg Instituut Amsterdam (NL), AKI Enschede (NL), ArtEZ Zwolle (NL), SNDO- the school for new dance development in Amsterdam (NL).

In 2017 they co-founded Jacuzzi, an artist-run space at the crossroads of performance, visual arts, and time-based media in Amsterdam.



material alchemy – a recap of the artist talk with Hilde Onis (nov 8)

Nov 14 '23 | by our reporter: Violeta Gamino Romero


"on the evening of the 8th of November, the voids and fillings of Hilde Onis occupied the spaces of het resort, both mentally and physically through a conversation with Klaudija Ylaite, our guide through the exchange of ideas in this new series studium resort.

Hilde Onis shapes spaces, sometimes filling gaps and other times embracing them with her works. primarily focused on ceramics, as she feels a special ability to create it, she turns her liquid ideas into stone, oscillating between the in-between spaces." (...) read more.


about        Hilde Onis (1994) lives and works in Rotterdam. Her work is expressed in amalgams of sculpture, installations, video work and textual interventions. It is created in an intensive studio practice where, research, sculpting and writing exist simultaneously. The work explores issues of interdependence, how precarious things are and how objects and meanings can lean on each other.  The installations are often tailored to the exhibition space. They search for a form in which a visitor can approach all the information presented as a reading of the space and grammar of the body to the world of objects and underlying meanings they contain. Conversely, Hilde uses written text in exhibitions. These texts give the opportunity to be read as stand-alone poems, but also as enigmatic references to what can be seen physically. Next to the usage of text in installations, Hilde writes independent poetry and prose.


Hilde Onis graduated from a BA of Fine Art in Sculpture at ArtEZ University of the arts, and a MA in Installation Art at KASK Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Gent, Belgium. Hilde is currently enrolled in a writing program at Schrijversvakschool Amsterdam. For a full overview and documentation of work and exhibitions, visit

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