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| 2013-07-11 12:28:04

The project Now Wakes The Sea' (NWTS) is initiated by Dutch Satellietgroep and involves research based artist in residence programs for artists/architects/filmmakers in coastal transition areas in countries surrounding the Black Sea and North Sea to develop new works, select existing works and program traveling film festivals for public screenings and debates on venues, both on the coast of the Black Sea as on the North Sea.
The cultural exchange project 'Now Wakes The Sea' started in 2012 with the exchange of The Netherlands and Turkey in the context of NLTR400. Satelietgroep is very proud to be selected for the program for Russia, called NLFR2013. ECF and local partners provide funding to continue the project with Moldova and Georgia.

July - October 2013
During Juli 2013 writer/director Nicoleta Esinencu from Moldova was artist in residence @ Badgast (NL) as part of the international cultural exchange project 'Now Wakes The Sea' in collaboration with our partner MediArt Dialogue (MD).
Her starting point was an essay about childhood memories of travels to the Black Sea during Soviet times. She is currently developing a work that will be presented in the form of a dialogue/performance in Chisinau.

During September artist/curator Tatiana Fiodorova, from the Moldovan partner organisation MediArt Dialog and Artploshadka was artist in residence @ Badgast (NL). Together we prepare the artist in residence workperiod of filmmaker Maarten de Kroon in Chisinau, the film screening 'The Lost Sea' by Tatiana Fiodorova in The Netherlands, a film screening with Dutch /Turkish / Georgian and Moldovan works in Chisinau, an artist talk with Nicoleta Esinencu and Maarten de Kroon and a workshop by Satellietgroep and Mediart Dialogue in Chisinau in November.
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During October Maarten de Kroon (NL) will work in Moldova on the concept on 'See No Sea' at Moldova.

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