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2018: Who is nature?

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In 2018 we rethink our perceptions of culture and nature.
During the year Satellietgroep invites artists, designers, scientists and local experts to share their perspectives with broader audiences. Young and old, laymen and professional. The program starts with introductions of topics and guests.You are warmly invited to join!

Are you nature?
 


Image: Strava - Zandmotor heat map, composed of data from movements in the landscape
 

Link to newsletter March 2018: http://ymlp.com/zggigL
Read the report on Expedition Zandmotor#14: http://www.globalheritage.nl/news/zandmotor-workshop-a-journey-to-innovation
Read our motion on behalf of the North Sea for The Ambassy of the North Sea (Dutch only).

Testsite: Kusthal Kijkduin

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CULTURE + NATURE = EDUCATION
End of April Satellietgroep works at the seaside at Kijkduin in a former warehouse. Located in the dunes, with a view at Zandmotor and the famous Land Art project Celestial Vault by James Turrell. A 'Kusthal' for culture, nature & education. Workspace for artists, designers, local experts and scientists. Startingpoint for the first explorations with 75 pupils from Technasium Maris College The Hague on the Zandmotor. Kick off of the new education project, questioning future perceptions of culture and nature, coast and climate though their senses.
With special thanks to Hoogheemraadschap Delfland.

Tempellecture & Tastings: Masha Ru

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APRIL 19, 2018
TEMPELLECTURE & TASTINGS:
THE MUSEUM OF EDIBLE EARTH - MASHA RU

Location: Tempel, Centre of Archeology, Nature & Environmental Education, Prins Hendrikstraat 39, The Hague
Time: walk in 19:30, program 20:00 - 21:00
Admission is free but please subscribe: tempellezing@denhaag.nl
 
Together with the experts of the Tempel and geologist Bert van der Valk we host an evening with artist Masha Ru on the intersections of art & science. With wonderment and sharing of knowledge, cross disciplinairy dialogues and tastings to rethink our relationship with the environment.
In 'The Museum of Edible Earth' Masha Ru collects samples of edible earth from around the world. She traveled to Indonesia (Ampo), Suriname (Pimba) and Guatemala (Pan de Dios) to conduct research on the origin of traditions and contemporary use of raw materials on location. She is currently resident at Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS-KNAW, Amsterdam) and will continue her research in The Hague with Satellietgroep.
More at www.masharu.nl  


Image: Masha Ru, Festival Designkwartier 2017 (Making Time - Satellietgroep at Tempel)

Expedition Zandmotor#14: Re-Scape

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April 5, 2018
EXPEDITION ZANDMOTOR
#14 - JACQUELINE HEEREMA
http://www.globalheritage.nl/agenda/2018-04-05-re-scape-colloquium

Admission is free but please subscribe: info@globalheritage.nl

The upcoming Re-Scape colloquium of the Centre for Global Heritage and Environment & CLUE+ Research Centre VU will take the form of a exploration on location. Artist Jacqueline Heerema of Satellietgroep will guide us through the historic dunes on to the Zandmotor, an experiment in new coastal defense strategies off the Dutch coast near Kijkduin, called Building with Nature. Satellietgroep redefined the Zandmotor as a cultural phenomenon. A learning environment for new perceptions of the shifting relations between culture and nature. The central question will be: Who is nature?



Image: Jacqueline Heerema

Meanwhile in 2018: Sources & Resources NL-Croatia

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MEANWHILE IN 2018:
SOURCES & RESOURCES
INTERNATIONAL CULTURAL EXCHANGE NL-CROATIA


With our partners from initiative Praputnjak-Cultural Landscape (Croatia) Satellietgroep develops a pilot project focussing on learning and sharing perceptions of locality and time of the cultural-natural environment of Terschelling and Praputnjak (Bakar Bay).
The research project is part of Tandem Fryslân, co-developed by Leeuwarden-Fryslân European Capital of Culture 2018, European Cultural Foundation and MitOst, supported by Fonds voor Cultuurparticipatie and Reijka European Capital of Culture 2020.

FIELDWORK CROATIA, MARCH 2018:
WHO IS NATURE? - TKO JE PROPODA?

 

Image: Bakar Bay, March 2018. A natural 'Hole in the sea’.
Reference to Barry Flanagan’s Hole in the sea, performed at Scheveningen (1969).

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