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Discover a wonderful assortment of ICK publications and related items! Every purchase contributes to the continuous development of our arts centre. We offer a selection from our merchandise.

Interested? Contact us to place an order or to request examination/desk copies.Interested? Contact us to place an order or request examination/desk copies. Please mail with 'Merchandise/Order [name item]' in subject to info@ickamsterdam.nl.

Clothing and accessory


Cotton hoodie and t-shirt with Double Skin/Double Mind in black letters on the front and big ICK logo on the back. Aslo with matching jogger.

100% coton - color:  Black and Grey

  • Hoodie €30,-
  • T-shirt €12,50



Black tote bag with big ICK logo in white on both sides. 

100% coton - color:  Black 
Price: €2,-

When pruchasing a hoodie and/or T-shirt you get an ICK bag for free.


Capturing Intention ( € 20,-)

Documentation, analysis and notation research based on the work of Emio Greco | PC 

The Notation Research Project, an ongoing initiative by Emio Greco | PC since 2004, has reached a major milestone with the completion of its second phase. The outcomes of this phase of research, based on the Double Skin/Double Mind workshop, are available now in the book Capturing Intention that contains a film documentary and an interactive DVD-ROM.

Inside the reader you will find materials from a multi-disciplinary research team comprising experts in notation systems, cinematography, computer based gesture analysis, interactive media design, cognition research and cultural studies. The volume contains contributions by Marion Bastien, Bertha Bermúdez, Maite Bermúdez, Frédéric Bevilacqua, Maaike Bleeker, Franz Anton Cramer, Scott deLahunta, Marijke Hoogenboom, Corinne Jola, Susan Melrose, Eliane Mirzabekiantz and Chris Ziegler.

It’s life Jim, but not as we know it ( € 15,-)

In 2001 Emio Greco | PC collaborated with Flemish philosopher Antoon Van den Braembussche to produce the essay It's life Jim, but not as we know it, in which he examines the various motifs and motivations of the trilogy Fra Cervello e Movimento.

"In the trilogy there is more at stake than the overt friction between mind and body: it embodies likewise the tension between order and disorder, control and chaos, conscious intention and unconscious desire. As such it is a statement on the essence of dance. It not only shows the tension between choreographic design and vicissitudes (constant changes, constant alternation, unpredictable changes or variations, shifting circumstances) of performance, but it also shows that, as soon as dance speaks the language of the body, its transparency is untenable and a thing of the past: it becomes visceral, instinctive, obstinate and unmastered."