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Tijd Maken - Making Time 2017

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NVITATION 19-20-21 MEI 2017
TIJD MAKEN - MAKING TIME

SATELLIETGROEP AT FESTIVAL DESIGNKWARTIER THE HAGUE
With Masha Ru, Nishiko, Atelier NL, Maurice Meewisse, Lotte Geeven and experts of the Tempel.
Location: Tempel, department of Archaeology, Nature and Environmental Education, Prins Hendrikplein, The Hague
Time: Friday May 19, Saturday May 20 and Sunday May 21 11:00 - 18:00
Free admission!
www.festivaldesignkwartier.nl
www.denhaag.nl/archeologie

Volgend op het succes van vorig jaar werkt kunstenaarscollectief Satellietgroep ook dit jaar weer tijdens Festival Designkwartier 2017 in en met de Tempel, centrum voor Archeologie, Natuur- en Milieu Educatie Den Haag.
‘TIJD MAKEN - MAKING TIME’ gaat over een gedeelde passie voor grondstoffen, scherven, constructies en reconstructies van tijd en plaats. Er bestaat een wijdverspreide fascinatie om in het landschap sporen te onderzoeken, verzamelen en archiveren. Waar die passie vandaan komt is een van de vragen waar we samen met kunstenaars, vormgevers en de medewerkers van de Tempel bij stil staan.

Following the success of last year, artists collective Satellietgroep works again at and with the Tempel, department of Archaeology Nature and Environmental Education The Hague, during Festival Designkwartier 2017
'TIJD MAKEN - MAKING TIME' is about the shared passion for raw materials, shards, constructions and reconstructions of time and place. There exists a wide spread passion for exploring, collecting and archiving traces in the landscape. The origin of this passion is one of the questions we relate to together with artists, designers and experts of the Tempel.

WORKSHOPS & MORE FOR CHILDREN & ADULTS:
Explore what the world looked like through a microscope and help wash and paste shards with the experts of the Tempel.
Each day 12:00 - 13:00 Making your own Fossils with Nishiko
Each day at 16:00 - 17:00 Collective Soil Tasting with Masha Ru
Join Atelier NL and you can buy your Zandmotor ZandGlas!

 




EATABLE CERAMICS & EARTH TASTING BY MASHA RU
Join Masha during the Collective Soil Tasting, each day 16:00 - 17:00

For Festival Designkwartier Masha selected 60 soils from around the world and presents 'Eatable Ceramics'. Geophagy is a phenomenon of eating earth and soil-like substances. In a number of countries all over the world geophagy is a cultural and spiritual tradition. However, in Europe and United States it is officially regarded as a psychological disorder, which is included into DSM-IV. This installation presents 'edible' soils from various countries. The clays can be tasted. We tasted all of it. Some of it we eat regularly. However, we did not analyse all of it yet. Thus, eating is at your own risk.
With special thanks to Atelier NL and Mondriaan Fonds for the support of Masha Ru in 2015-2017.
http://masharu.nl/


MAKING YOUR OWN FOSSILS BY NISHIKO
Join Nishiko for Making your own Fossils, each day 12:00-13:00

Shells, mammoth bones, insects, footsteps. A great duration of time is one of the key ingredients of becoming a fossil. Christiaan Rieffe, geologist at the Tempel, explained that almost anything which survived 4000 years can be considered as a fossil. Taking that as a starting point, visual artist Nishiko organises the workshop “making fossils”, in an attempt to design our own fossils. Let’s hope, someone will uncover your fossils in 4000 years!

REPAIRING WORK OF VALERIE DEMPSEY AND RONALD BOER 'BEACH LABORATORY' BY NISHIKO
A broken wine glass, four broken glass bottles and shards of specimen dishes, plaster and things made, found and received during the process.

The original artwork 'Beach laboratory; Coastal Reckoning' of Valerie Dempsey and Ronald Boer consisted of distilled seawater and extracted sea salt, which the artists collected at four points on the beach in Scheveningen, during the residency program at Badgast organised by Satellietgroep in 2010. During exhibition at Nest in summer 2011, the salt was displayed in four specimen dishes, and behind these, the water stored in four bottles. An accident took place during the opening, when someone placed a wine glass on the shelf on which the work was displayed. It fell to the ground, and the work was completely destroyed.
When Nishiko witnessed the incident, she was concurrently occupied with repairing broken objects, and so was moved to keep the shards, promising the artists to repair their work. The work is a hommage to the numerous coincidences Nishiko has had through her 'Repairing Earthquake Project' that started in 2011, just after she encountered the fallen artwork.
With special thanks to Elizabeth Ogilvie for the exchange residency program with Satellietgroep at Sea Loft, Scotland in 2016.
http://nishiko55.com/



ZANDMOTOR ZANDGLAS BY ATELIER NL
Join Atelier NL and you can buy your Zandmotor ZandGlas!

Last year during Festival Designkwartier designers Nadine Sterk and Lonny van Ryswyck of Atelier NL presented the research, this year the product!
Nadine and Lonny used the sand from the Zandmotor and developed ZandGlas in collaboration with our network of scientists. For the manufacture of the limited edition, the designers worked together with Gert Bullée, top glassblower in the Netherlands. At high temperatures, the wild sands of the Zandmotor melt and eventually transform into characteristic, pale green glass. Sleek and elegant design in a sophisticated colour, and with charming imperfections that make each object unique. These are the very first glass products in a larger series that Atelier NL is crafting out of sand from dunes, beaches, rivers, deserts, mountains and sandpits in the Netherlands and beyond. Photo: Teun van Beers.
www.ateliernl.com



THE NOISE OF TIME BY LOTTE GEEVEN

If you listen carefully you can hear a very soft and constant rustling sound in the background wherever you are: the noise of time. Resident artist Lotte Geeven - who is at the moment researching acoustic sand - created a small edition of acoustic hourglasses entitled ’ The noise of time’ after the eponymous novel by Julian Barnes. These instruments filled with very fine sand can be played by one simple hand-gesture that sets  1.5 millions grains in motion. This is one small hand out of the monstrous amount of approximately seven quintillion five quadrillion grains of sand on earth that are rolling and swirling over the globe; choreographed by winds and currents.
www.singingsand.org | www.geeven.nl



WERKLANDSCHAP ZANDMOTOR - LABOUR LANDSCAPE ZANDMOTOR
BY MAURICE MEEWISSE


 

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