Stroom Den Haag, the Netherlands
Alexandra Landré is artistic director of Stroom Den Haag since 2021. She has been involved in a large number of national and international cultural projects, with a particular focus on innovative forms of co-creation, new commissions and audience participation. Her current research interest focus on artistic practices in the public domain which center around the relationship of conflict and conviviality, especially in the context of complex ‘hyperobjects’ like climate change and social justice. Until 2020 she was the artistic director of Kunstvereniging Diepenheim (NL) where she presented acclaimed exhibtions like Disconnection (2019/20), programmed a living collection of land art projects with artists like a.o. herman de vries, as well as artists-in-residency-programs in collaboration with the Mondriaan Fonds. In her curatorial career she has collaborated with De Appel, Amsterdam, Stedelijk Bureau Amsterdam, Synch Festival, Athens, Jindrich Chalupecky Society, Prague, Kunsthalle Muenster and Kunsthalle Wien.