Watch the first two stories of the Souvenir project, in which we gradually uncover the story of Europe as told through keepsakes collected from various travels.
Last weekend, we hosted our closing event and final exhibition at The Wall.
On the differences between a House and a Hut. Including an interview with Taja Vovk van Gaal, the Academic Project Leader of the House of European History.
We have located an important site in which to magickally reshape the future of European society.
Last week we’ve planted the last plants in Hortus Europa. Learn more about their stories.
What is Europe? Can we search for the roots of a European identity in a myriad of conflicts and struggles?
Join us for our final exhibition and the closing event of New Europeans at The Wall! From June 24, till June 26.
Charlie continues his series of “Narrating Syria” articles, moving on to discuss European responsibility for instability in the region
Charlie begins the first in a series of articles derived from his talk at New Europeans “Narrating Syria” event
Tessa and Elisa have been filming for their project Souvenirs, gradually uncovering the story of Europe as told through keepsakes collected from various travels.
Together with design and research collective Foundland, we are hosting a talk and screening about the Syrian conflict and the lack of historical narratives
We’ve prepared a special programme for Benches Collective. Stop by on Sunday, June 5
Your feet Pope Francis washes the feet of migrants, Castelnuevo di Porto refugee center, Rome, 24 March 2016, photo Epa / handout Ossevatore Romano
Charlie continues his discussion of the ideas behind the flags recently raised at the wall, this time explaining their use of everyday language
Charlie discusses the meaning behind the flags recently raised at the wall, relating the connection between the flags and the Greek Debt Crisis
Wael begins his dialogue with Fanon by relaying the obstacles to realising his immigrant startup
A video documentation of A Paper Monument for the Paperless at Poppositions art fair in Brussels
This week we received the first personal stories about plants from visitors and admirers of Hortus Europa.
A bit of a shock The genetic lines of the Neanderthal and Homo Sapiens did cross three times, Neanderthal Museum in Krapina, Croatia, 18 March 2016, photo Nikola Solic / Reuters
The time for action is now: send a letter in support of undocumented refugees living in the Netherlands
In the past week artist David Bade has begun work on a decorative relief at the New Europeans site. Charlie spent some time talking to him on Monday as he was finishing up for the day.