MOHA is an Amsterdam-based artist collective who create performances, present workshops, devise publications, and propose alternative curatorial models. Operating outside conventional art institutions, we work in public spaces and with specific communities, aiming to shatter our personal bubbles and connecting with the day-to-day realities of people we might never otherwise encounter.

The city, its different social dynamics, and  how people make and use their living environment in specific localities, are the starting points for our initiatives. Through our projects, we create connections between the art field and other disciplines. We believe art needs to make these connections in order to take a more active role in shaping the way society functions, the way we build our cities, and the way we collectively dream about our future. We become the bridge linking un-obvious fields and people together. As part of this mission, we use art as a tool to design these encounters.

We work with shop owners, maintenance workers, and butchers. We clean. We cut grass. We babysit. We make sandwiches. We make socks. We listen. We become multi-functional art-workers, organizers, caretakers, truck drivers, waitresses, social workers, mediators, cleaners, improvised urbanists and hosts. Our position in relation to the contexts we are working in is always in question. Are we part of the building's maintenance team? Are we a bad entertainment act? Are we the artists? As we strive to understand the different structures that surround us, we become the structures themselves.

MOHA core: Alice Pons, Olivia Reschofsky
MOHA extended family: Vera Van Baal, Zsofia Paczolay, Marc AndrewsNienke Scholtz, Anneke Tonen, Rex Clemensia, Biljana RadinoskaMerel NoorlanderArthur Kneepkens, Charlot Van der Meer, Abel KroonClara Garcia Fraile, Petra Ponte, Rose Akras, Jochem Van Rijsingen, Jonathan Offereins among others.

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