The Institute for Human Activities has been identified by the tax authorities as a public benefit organization:
ANBI (Algemeen Nut Beogende Instelling)
Stichting voor Menselijke Activiteiten
Institute for Human Activities
1001 JA – Amsterdam
registration number at the Chamber of Commerce
IBAN: NL72 TRIO 0198 3759 64
The Foundation aims at founding, managing and directing an institute that develops artistic, social, cultural and medical activities in accordance with the ideas and artistic vision of the artist Renzo Martens, who initiates the institute in the Netherlands and elsewhere in the world.
The activities of the foundation focus on fostering an awareness about economic inequality, especially in its relationship with critical art, with the aim to bend current global value chains and redress economic inequality.
The foundation seeks to achieve its objectives, by – among others – exhibiting and disseminating artistic and socio-cultural products, including – but not exclusively – films, art objects and non-material art produced by the institute and her partners; organising project related programmes; raising funds to support the its activities; founding, managing, controlling a headquarter and back office from which the above activities will be managed and controlled; designing, managing and maintaining a website.
The foundation does not aim to make profit.
Jacqueline L. Gerritsma, president
Hein P.M. van Woensel, secretary
Jan Theo Krol, treasurer
Boris R.C. Hilberdink, member
Jos de Putter, member
Guido P.J. van Staveren van Dijk, member
Remco H.J. Polman, member
The board members of the IHA perform their work on a voluntary base. They receive an allowance for incurred expenses. The IHA follows a competitive remuneration policy for employees and freelancers.