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Studio address: De DCR, De Constant Rebecqueplein 20b, 2518 RA Den Haag
Postal address: Galileistraat 16, 2561TE Den Haag

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Artists collective Satellietgroep (The Hague, 2006) explotres the sea, coastal transitions, climate and the impact of manking on these processes, in past, present and future, in The Netherlands and abroad. You can also contribute to the activities of Satellietgroep! Spread the word or invite us for a presentation, research, collaboration or exchange project. Satellietgroep works also on commissions. Feel free to contact us at satellietgroep@gmail.com or browse our website www.satellietgroep.nl for ideas.


Curator/founding director Stichting Satellietgroep:
Jacqueline Heerema (+31) 06.12061651

Jacqueline Heerema (NL, 1958) is a conceptual artist, studied museology, works as independent urban curator, is experienced in engaged large scale new heritage projects and develops interactive community based collections to develop new artistic insights that she connects to non-artistic domains. She transformed an urban neighbourhood into ‘Museum Oostwijk’, de-constructed the classic concept of museums in ‘The Chamber of Marvels’, and is founding director and curator of Satellietgroep since 2006. Heerema invented the new concept ‘Innovatory Heritage’ and frequently talks at (inter)national conferences.
www.jacquelineheerema.nl

Co-curators of Satellietgroep:
Francois Lombarts (+31) 06.19425480
Lotte Bosman
Tim de Boer

Francois Lombarts (BE, 1981) is a designer, whose work focuses on physically experiencing, researching and defining the various aspects of public space. His research not only questions the nature and qualities of various urban environments but also lead to a focus on landscape and coastal related projects, such as ‘Sinking into the Landscape’ a physical performative research, investigating the essence of the polder, Haarlemmermeer. He is part of the curatorial team of Satellietgroep since 2015.
www.francoislombarts.com


DCR Guesstudios:
Coordinator DCR Gueststudios: Lotte Bosman
dcrgueststudios@gmail.com
www.gueststudio.com


Previous co-curators of Satellietgroep:

Ronald Boer (NL,1981) studied landscape architecture (NL) and fine arts (UK), is independent researcher, educator and initiator of engaged public community based projects. For 5 years he ran and initiated multidisciplinary collective Placemakers, creating community gardens, a world restaurant and urban campsites. Currently he runs De Onkruidenier with artist/designer Jonmar van Vlijmen discovering the wild weeds in the urban fabric to be used as a valuable source. In his practice Boer pushes the boundaries discovering new and exciting relationships with the natural world that might have been lost or forgotten.Ronald was artist in residence at Badgast (2010). He is part of the curatorial team of Satellietgroep from 2011 - 2017.
www.ronaldboer.com

Eliane Esther Bots (NL,1986) is independent filmmaker, professor at HKU University of the Arts Utrecht, has an extensive Eastern Europe network, was artist in residence at Badgast (2011) and was co-curator of Satellietgroep in 2011 - 2014.
www.twosmallthings.com

James Guerts (AU) is visual artist, specialised in space, time and light. James was artist in residence at Badgast (2010) and was co-curator of Satellietgroep in 2011.
www.jamesgeurts.com



Initiatiefnemers Satellietgroep
Founders of Satellietgroep:
Jacqueline Heerema - Art and Heritage
Andries Micke - Mixd - Architecture
Bas de Koning & Hederik van der Kolk - Studio Duel - Graphic Design
Marianne Volleberg - Anthropologist

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