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Kunst beschermt Kust

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Met een gefingeerd krantenbericht is in januari 2006 Satellietgroep geïntroduceerd. Deze email is uitgezet naar kunstenaars /ontwerpers/ architecten/ kustgebruikers/ geïnteresseerden/ pers/ critici/ organisaties/initiatieven/ kunst- en architectuuropleidingen.

Op 1 januari 2006 is - vooruitlopend op de toekomstige kust-uitbreiding – Satellieteiland in gebruik genomen. Op dit kunsteiland wordt het culturele scenario voor de toekomst ontwikkeld en gerealiseerd. Satellietgroep nodigt kunstenaars, wetenschappers en geïnteresseerden uit de eerste Expedities van Vaste Land naar Satelliet-eiland te verbeelden in een culturele dienst, product of strategie.Satellieteiland is in maart 2006 geopend, met medewerking van Ronald Waterman (bedenker van Plan Waterman voor kustuitbreiding) en acteur Niel Brandaan Cotterink.



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Dutch Artists collective Satellietgroep (The Hague, 2006) explores the sea, coastal transitions, climate change and the impact of mankind on these processes, in The Netherlands and abroad. The team creates conditions for artists and designers to work on site during artist-in-residency programs, collaborate with the extensive network of locals and scientists, to develop new works and insights to be shared with broader audiences during public programs.
The current team of Satellietgroep consists of Jacqueline Heerema, Francois Lombarts and Lotte Bosman.

2006: Satellieteiland (nomadic)
2009-2014: artist-in-residency program Badgast (Scheveningen)
Starting 2012: International artist-in-residency exchange programs
Polders (Haarlemmermeerpolder, Waterland)
Wadden (Vlieland, Terschelling, Afsluitdijk)
Since 2014: artist-in-residency program Zandmotor (Zandgast)

Artistic research areas in the Netherlands:
Zandmotor, Scheveningen, Waddensea (Vlieland, Terschelling), polders Waterland and Haarlemmermeer, Afsluitdijk & more.
Recent research projects and public presentations:
Climate as Artifact - KLimaat als mensenwerk (2018), Destination Highway Afsluitdam (Afsluitdijk, Making Waves 2017), Gardening without Borders (Wadden, Oerol 2017), Prospectors - three layers of landscape (Intersections, Art Rotterdam 2017), Landschapsextracten (polder Waterland, 2016), Waterpionier (Zandmotor, 2016).
International artist-in-residence exchange project:
New York City, Japan, UK, Malta, Lithuania, Russia, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey & more.

Satellietgroep collaborates with international colleagues initiatives and works with artists in residents, artists, designers and students during their artistic process to do fieldwork and develop new works and insights. We connect arts and science with local experts and audiences. Sometimes residents also become part of the collective.
The studio of Satellietgroep is based in The Hague at

Read the blogpost by Yasmine Ostendorf listing her ten favourite art/sustainability initiatives in the Netherlands:

Explore, Collect, Share & Learn

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We see more and more examples of contemporary artistic projects that place our environment (or Umwelt, as the Germans put it more accurately) at the core of their work. There seems to be a global wave of artists and designers that address the ways in which humans interact with and affect the climate and climate changes. And that's great! We need to critically investigate perceptions of our human footprint as a cultural phenomenon. Artists, designers, scientists and (educational) institutions feel the urge to examine how the human impact on our planet (and beyond!) influences our daily lives. They collaborate outside their established domains and they find new strategies to step out of their and your comfort zones to interconnect with society beyond the abstractions of numbers and figures; beyond white cubes and islands of knowledge!

NEWS 2018:
Visit Electriciteitsfabriek & NEST in The Hague for Infinity and Another Dimension by Zoro Feigl January 13-March 11 2018, including the work Untangling the Tides, result of his Zandmotor residency with Satellietgroep.

We are proud the our abstract is selected for ‘The changing futures of islands’ that will take place 10-14 June 2018 Leeuwarden-Terschelling.

With our partners from initiative Neighbourhood Praputnjak (Croatia) we are selected for Tandem Fryslân! Tandem Fryslân is co-developed by Leeuwarden-Fryslân 2018, European Cultural Foundation and MitOst, supported by Fonds voor Cultuurparticipatie and Rijeka European Capital of Culture 2020, implemented together with Keunstwurk.

We are very proud that Satellietgroep is one of 11 art initiatives to receive funding from Mondriaan Fonds. We warmly congratulate our colleagues Cargo in Context (Amsterdam), Corridor Project Space (Amsterdam), DNK Amsterdam, Expoplu (Nijmegen), Extra Extra (Rotterdam), Rib (Rotterdam), ROZENSTRAAT (Amsterdam), Suze May Sho (Arnhem), Upominki (Rotterdam) & VHDG (Leeuwarden). Read more:

OCT 2017: News & Invitations for DDW and Dancing on the Edge:
SEPT 2017: Public Expedition Zandmotor#12: Landing Sites:
JUNE 2017: Tuinieren zonder Grenzen, Oerol 2017:
MAY 2017: Public Expedition Zandmotor#11 & Festival Designkwartier:
APRIL 2017: Werklandschap Zandmotor:
FEBR 2017: Prospectors - Intersections, Art Rotterdam:
DEC 2016: Public Expedition Solleveld & Zandmotor#10:
SEPT 2016: Public Expedition Zandmotor#9:
AUGUST 2016: News!
JULY 2016 Expeditie#8: Landschapsextracten Waterland:
JUNE 2016 Public Expedition Zandmotor#7:
‪MAY‬ 2016 Festival Designkwartier:
APRIL 2016 News & Review:

Special location for artistic research and artist in residency program is the Zandmotor south of The Hague. Since 2014 Satellietgroep explores the Zandmotor as cultural phenomenon.
The Zandmotor is a pilot near The Hague that uses the principles of 'Building with Nature'. This innovative project aims to generate new knowledge in times of climate change and relative sea level rise for our future coastal protection. An innovation, built on the foreshore in 2011 with 21,5 million cubic meters of sand. The Zandmotor is the only Dutch area outside the dikes that is exposed to the tides, built to transform and even assimilate around 2030 in sea, beach and dunes. The result is a dynamic extension of the coast, a new controlled ‘wilderness’. The Zandmotor is an publicly accessible open air scientific and artistic laboratory.


Onkruidenier (Jonmar van Vlijmen & Ronald Boer)
Austin Camilleri (Malta)
Stef Veldhuis & Julia (Music by Oceans)
Lina Issa and Mayar Alexan - A Ticket to Atlantis
Lotte Geeven - The Sand Machine
Maurice Meewisse - Coffee Break
Cocky Eek - Landing Sites
Satellietgroep & Onkruidenier - Waterpionier
Atelier NL - Zandmotor ZandGlas
ArtScience students - ElementsLab
iii - Sand Songs
Esther Kokmeijer - Climate Proof
Laboratory for Microclimates - Zandzicht
Sarah Cameron Sunde (USA) - 36.5/a long durational performance with the sea
Berndnaut Smilde - Breaking Light, followed by Breaking Light#2 during TodaysArts
Josje Hattink - Mistaking Clouds for Mountains
Theun Karelse - Next Doggerland, Fossils Soup
Zoro Feigl - Untangling the Tides

New York City, Japan, UK, Malta, Lithuania, Russia, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey & more.



Prospectors at Intersection, Art Rotterdam 2017

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FEBRUARY 9-12, 2017

FREE admission to Intersections! More information:
Open: Thursday  9/2: 11-19, Friday 10/2: 11-21, Saturday 11/2: 11-19 u and Sunday 12/1: 11-19
During Intersections, Art Rotterdam artists collective Satellietgroep presents in collaboration with De Onkruidenier and guest artist Flora Reznik ‘Prospectors - Three layers of landscape’.
We show a non-romantic approach of artistic manual labour; of art as durational research methodology, disseminating the raw materials of the roles we play as observers, actors, explorers and prospectors of liminal landscapes. With the tools we need, with the landscape ingredients, archives and lexicons we collect, and with the insights we discover and share while interacting within these open air public landscape laboratories and people.
With special thanks to Stroom and Squat Deluxe.

We proudly present:

With Waterpionier, Satellietgroep and De Onkruidenier performed fieldwork on several locations searching for salt/sweet gradients in changing landscapes. A mobile Cocktailbar has been developed to share the flavours from the landscape with visitors during climate tastings. &

Can we taste climate change? Satellietgroep and De Onkruidenier invite you to share the taste of liminal landscapes with you during 'climate tastings' in the Cocktailbar on: Thursday 9/2 15:30-17h, Friday 10/2 15:30-17h, Saturday 11/2 13 -14:30h, Sunday 12/2 13 -14:30h.

Waterpionier Cocktailbar. Image: studio Johan Nieuwenhuize

Lotte Bosman presents a part of her research into root growth. How deep the roots of a crop grow, doesn’t depend so much on the species as on the soil that it is planted in. Potatoes in general, have relatively weak roots that grow around 40 centimeters into the soil.  But how far will they reach without this resistance of the earth?

As a student in ArtScience Interfaculty of the KABK and KC The Hague, Flora Reznik was part of the program ElementsLabs, which took place on the Zandmotor. There she developed her work 'Hole'. For this project she kept returning to the Zandmotor during a period of eight months, to dig a

Satellietgroep is proud te be selected for Intersections at Art Rotterdam 2017, curated by Suzanne Wallinga. Intersections 2017 will host: 1646, BRADWOLFF PROJECTS, Club Solo, de player, DordtYart, FLAM BLA basis for Live Art, Framer Framed, Kunsthuis SYB, Mertens Project Space by Plan B Amsterdam, MILK Amsterdam, NieuweVide, P//////AKT, Patty Morgan, Roodkapje Rotterdam, Satellietgroep, Showroom MAMA, UBIK Rotterdam - WORM Rotterdam, V2_Lab for the Unstable Media, Stichting VHDG, Vleeshal.

Images: Luuk Smits

Symposium The Abundance and Scarcity of Sand, DDW 2017

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Symposium The Abundance and Scarcity of Sand
Friday October 27 from 20:00 - 22:45, doors open at 19:30
Location: MU Artspace Eindhoven

Atelier NL’s upcoming symposium ‘The Abundance and Scarcity of Sand’ during Dutch Design Week 2017, will examine sand from geological, ecological and social perspectives. The evening will unite artists, designers, scientists, environmentalists, and the local community to participate in lectures and in-depth conversation regarding the environmental challenges and potential solutions surrounding sand.

The symposium is dedicated to the memory and passion of Michael Welland, British geologist and author of the award-winning book ‘Sand’, who had a profound poetic understanding of life and the
natural world. He was the man who inspired and guided us to set up this symposium. He would have loved to be here with us in person, but he will never leave us in spirit and neither will his words.

Keynote speaker Denis Delestrac, award-winning filmmaker and director of Sand Wars (2013), will kick off the conversation. The lecture that Michael Welland prepared for the evening will then be read in his honor. Followed by conceptual artist, curator and community creator Jacqueline Heerema of Satellietgroep, who will share her perspective on the Culture of Nature, the Zandmotor and more. The evening will conclude with a timely panel discussion featuring Marcus Fairs, founder of Dezeen, Mindert de Vries (Deltares) on behalf of the Waddenacademie, Winy Maas (MVRDV) and Lonny van Ryswyck (Atelier NL). Isolde Hallensleben will host the evening, starting the dialogue with everybody involved.

This symposium hosted by Atelier NL & MU in collaboration with Satellietgroep and Dutch Design Week, will take place at MU in Eindhoven on Friday October 27 from 20:00 - 22:45. | |

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