ADM Creative Space - Interview with Martin Cyprich by radio droogdok published on 2018-11-09T17:48:05Z Artist Martin Cyprich reflects on his practice and the value the creative space ADM offers. ADM community is currently facing eviction, and this interview was included on a CD within a gift of 'treasure chests' from ADM to the Mayor and City Councillors, as part of the treasure this 'Culturele Vrij Plaats' brings. Martin has his work/play place on ADM. He gives a craftsman's care and attention to detail, and works from small to enormous scales - such as the co-created sculptures for Robodok festival - the burning Fenix, and the metal tree, Ygdrasil. The image here is of his 'baby vogel' (height and wing span a few metres) The ADM is the biggest cultural free-haven in the Netherlands. A community of around 125 people from all ages, nationalities and walks of life. Over 21 years the community has transformed a disused, derelict shipyard from the Amsterdam Drydock Company into a thriving Living Experiment, sharing space, visions and creations. ADM residents produce a wide range of projects such as Green ADM, festivals, concerts, workshops and arts.