Philippa Driest (1993) is an artist and initiator of KIOSK Rotterdam.

Her recent research practice revolve around topics of maintenance, community and policy. In her work she explores different sites of contamination and leakage through publishing and research installations.

She was part of the first year of WHW Akademija, Zagreb (2018-2019), recently finished her MA at the Dutch Art Institute (2021) and BAK Fellowship for situated practice (2021-2022).


On Friday from 14.00-20.00, you can find her in the bookshop KIOSK Rotterdam which she founded in 2018.

KIOSK Rotterdam is a bookshop, (riso) print workshop, and a leak press .

The selection hosts radical/critical theory, fiction, poetry and self-publishing practices.

It started off with a personal selection and grew to a collection of titles informed by people who visited and shared their research.



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Philippa Driest (1993) is an artist and initiator of KIOSK Rotterdam.

Her recent research practice revolve around topics of maintenance, community and policy. In her work she explores different sites of contamination and leakage through publishing and research installations.

She was part of the first year of WHW Akademija, Zagreb (2018-2019), recently finished her MA at the Dutch Art Institute (2021) and BAK Fellowship for situated practice (2021-2022).


On Friday from 14.00-20.00, you can find her in the bookshop KIOSK Rotterdam which she founded in 2018.

KIOSK Rotterdam is a bookshop, (riso) print workshop, and a leak press .

The selection hosts radical/critical theory, fiction, poetry and self-publishing practices.

It started off with a personal selection and grew to a collection of titles informed by people who visited and shared their research.


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Residency 11:11







Springboard Art Fair
8 - 11 June, 2023







The Windowshop

In collaboration with Zinecamp
Hosted by Piratebay, Worm

The Windowshop as threshold, a collection of zines and publication around displacement, demolition, temporality, gentrification, that are all part of the stories of the development of Rotterdam. The topic of the threshold emerged out of the current local issues of displacement and gentrification, addressing the impact of the transformation of spaces.





The Hauntologists 
10 September - 13 November, 2022


The Hauntologists is a project emerging through experimentation and collective research within the 2021/2022 BAK Fellowship for Situated Practice. 
 
Participants include: Özge Açıkkol, Merve Bedir, Kerem Ozan Bayraktar, cell for digital discomfort (Cristina Cochior, Karl Moubarak, and Jara Rocha), Dika+Lija, Philippa Driest, freethought collective, Ilgın Hancıoğlu, Alexandra Karyn, Gayatri Kodikal, Gatari Kusuma, Yen Noh with Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Rifandi Nugroho, İlyas Odman, Marina Papazyan, Anitha Silvia, and Zone Collective (Megan Hoetger and Kirila Cvetkovska), among others.

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KIOSK Rotterdam


KIOSK Rotterdam is a bookshop, (riso) print workshop, and a leaky press . The selection hosts radical/critical theory, fiction, poetry and self-publishing practices.
It started off with a personal selection and grew to a collection of titles informed by people who visited and shared their research. 

KIOSK distributes knowledge by publishing zines, printing flyers, and by selling books.
Make your dealer your healer



Friday 14.00-20.00
Pieter de raadtstraat 35a
3033 VC Rotterdam



KIOSKROTTERDAM.COM
INSTA @KIOSKROTTERDAM
kioskrotterdam@gmail.com