Guy Königstein – Hundred Years

Date: 08/05/2023

Time: 17:00 -17:50

Location: H401

Guy Königstein is an artist of Israeli origin, living in the Netherlands since 2007. He studied at the Design Academy Eindhoven and obtained a master degree in applied arts from the Sandberg Institute Amsterdam. Excavating through time and space, he uses image, material, form and story as means of unpacking entanglements, performing otherness and appreciating mixed feelings. 

About his workshop:

Provided with a stencil, old objects, spray paint and a blank sheet of paper, participants are invited to create a commemorative poster in memory of an imagined future event. Which two-dimensional motives would emerge out of the three-dimensional objects, and what can they symbolise? How are we to remember, that which had not yet taken place?

Photo credit: Björn Adriansson


Please note that this workshop is free, however its capacity is limited – only via RSVP. If you wish to participate, please send an email to Micol Manunta mentioning your name and the number of people who wish to join.


Here is a glimpse of the event! Photos credit: LNDWstudio.

Guy Königstein’s workshop took place in the frame of the activities organised for the SPEME partners visiting Amsterdam throughout the whole month of May. Click here to see the full programme.