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Lezing, videos & Locals Only#1 tijdens Noordzeecongres 2014

| 2014-02-27 15:35:36

LEZING 'INNOVERENDE KUSTCULTUUR' TIJDENS NOORDZEECONGRES 2014
13 maart 2014 in het Provinciehuis Zuid-Holland, Den Haag
Organisatie Ministerie I&M

Minister Melanie Schultz van Haegen opent het Noordzeecongres. Prinses Laurentien presenteert de Raad van Kinderen van de RKBS De Paradijsvogel. Zij adviseren de opstellers van de Gebiedsagenda Noordzee 2050.

Wat staat ons de komende jaren te wachten met de opgave voor duurzame energie? Hoe willen we de Noordzee van de toekomst zien? Welke mogelijkheden zijn er voor innovatie en meervoudig ruimtegebruik? En hoe kunnen we de komende decennia, door intelligent en constructief samen te werken, de Noordzee op duurzame wijze maatschappelijk en economisch nóg rendabeler maken? In de Noordzee 2050 gebiedsagenda worden de kansen en mogelijkheden in kaart gebracht die de Nederlandse Noordzee biedt om bij te dragen aan maatschappelijke behoeften van de mensen op land. Daarvoor wordt de potentie van de zee in beeld gebracht op het gebied van voedsel, beleving, energie en bereikbaarheid. Naast onderzoek naar trends en ontwikkelingen in gebruiksfuncties, zoeken we vooral naar innovatieve kansen op zee, kansen op samenwerking tussen (top)sectoren, maatschappelijke organisaties, kennisinstellingen en overheden en vooral naar de verhalen daarachter.

Tijdens dit Noordzeecongres gaf Jacqueline Heerema - curator/founding director van Satellietgroep - de lezing geven over 'Innoverende Kustcultuur'.

De relatie mens en natuur verschuift en vraagt om nieuwe benaderingen. In Nederland hebben we een sterke relatie met water en de zee, maar dat is niet voor iedereen zichtbaar. De zee, duinen en kust spelen een steeds grotere rol in hoe we samen met de natuur in de toekomst onze leefomgeving gezond kunnen houden.
Nieuwe culturele en educatieve programma’s bieden mensen de mogelijkheid zich te positioneren en te (leren) verhouden tot kustontwikkelingen die van invloed zijn op hun leefomgeving. Communicatie en educatie zijn de maatschappelijk speerpunten voor duurzame ontwikkeling van de Noordzee, de kust en kustbescherming. Betrokken overheden en organisaties onderkennen het belang van gedeelde kustagenda’s en het belang van kunst en cultuur in deze ontwikkeling. Satellietgroep is partner in deze processen: in samenwerking met betrokken kustorganisaties, kustgemeenschappen en wetenschappers ontwikkelt Satellietgroep artistiek onderzoek, kunstproducties en openbare presentaties die zich richten op het vergroten van publiek bewustzijn en betrokkenheid bij kustontwikkelingen.
 



'Hemels Gewelf' James Turrell en Zandmotor, Kijkduin.


Noordzee Congres publicatie: 'De Zandmotor is het nieuwste exportproduct van kennis en watermangement van Nederland en tevens het grootste actuele culturele statement ten aanzien van de verschuiving van de relatie mens en natuur.'


CINEMA AT SEA DURING NORTH SEA CONFERENCE:
A selection of videoworks produced by artisst in residencies at Scheveningen, Turkey, Georgia and Moldova or during 'Stellingname' is presented.
For more films please contact: satellietgroep@gmail.com

1. Connecting arts with coastal protections:
'Zeelust – Kustweek Zuid-Holland' 4:19 min (2013)

Video documentation by Suzi Colpa of the artistic intervention by artist Hugo Schuitemaker during the interactive coastal program ‘Zeelust’ by Satellietgroep. During ‘Zeelust’ arts and future coastal scenarios  2050-2100 by Atelier Kustkwaliteit (Deltaprogramma Kust /TU Delft) connected in a public and professional  program. During the program of ‘Zeelust’ the national coastal debate took place. The artistic intervention consisted of a waterbassin and collaboration by the guests of the debate was essential to be able to cross this barrier of water.

2. Coastal protection and oral history:
'Departure Bay' 9:13 min (2011) by Aram Tanis (South Korea/NL) & Jacolijn Verhoef (NL) 
Videowork produced while artists in residency of ‘Badgast’ of Satellietgroep at Schevenngen.
Tanis and Verhoef created the short narrative documentary ‘Departure Bay’ in Scheveningen and Zeeland. Tanis’ dad experienced as a child the floods of 1953 and remembers conflicting emotions. In the context of large scale developments for coastal protection this is a particular interesting document, because this flood disaster instigated 60 years of Delta Works, which have recently been completed. The latest innovation in this area is the Sand Engine. Both Tanis and Verhoef live in the city. They discovered while artists in resedence at Badgast, with a frontal daily view on the sea, wind, rain and smell, that the sea influenced their way of observation and thus influenced the documentary.

3. Challenges of the Netherlands: the sea is rising, the land is shrinking, disbalance of salt and sweet water and saline land with rivers too full of empty:
'Sinking into the Landscape' 11:28 min. (2013) by Francois Lombarts (South Africa/NL)
Produced during ‘Stellingname – water, land and innovatory heritage’ curated by Satellietgroep for Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen. 'Sinking into the Landscape' is a voyage through the waters of the Haarlemmermeer polder. In this polder all watercycles of The Netherlands  come together. By  swimming through the canals, ditches and trenches Lombarts visualizes the physical experience of the polder as an attempt to understand the idea of living below the sea level and being submerged in a water landscape.

4. Social aspects of living on the shores:
‘Refugium’ 7:30 (2013) by Henrik Lund Jørgensen (Denmark/Sweden)
Videowork produced while artist in residency of ‘Badgast’ of Satellietgroep at Scheveningen.
As in his previous work this videowork is viewed in the light of themes as ethnicity and belonging. The work evolves around the relationship between a picture or photograph and the physical distance to where it was taken. During his residency Henrik Lund Jørgensen collected pictures and stories from Scheveningen and The Hague. When he returned to Sweden, it dawned on him that he could use these images and stories in a way that could be explained by the feeling you have after you have been on a vacation. The uncertainty regarding what you have experienced or what are imagined experiences.

5. Connecting the North Sea to other seas:
‘North Sea Transport’  4:15 min (2014) by Maarten de Kroon (NL)
Videowork produced by award winning filmmaker Maarten de Kroon (Dutch Light, V.I.S.S.E.N.) during the international artist in residency exhange project ‘Now Wakes The Sea’ by Satellietgroep and MediArt Dialogue in Moldova. This short video is inspired by an early work of Dutch artist Wim T. Schippers. The Netherlands are located along the North Sea, Moldova is (became) a landlocked country. After the collapse of the Sovjet Union the country lost it’s direct access to the Black Sea. Maarten de Kroon also produced in Moldova  ‘Landlocked’ (39 min) a documentary film about the relation between Moldova and the Black Sea. Moldova is a landlocked country. During ages Moldova had and didn’t have direct access to the Black Sea. History gives and takes. Moldova was temporarily a state on it’s own, part of the bigger Roman Empire, Dacia, Romania, the Ottoman Empire, Russia and the Sovjet Union.

INTERACTIVE PERFORMANCE TWENTY EIGHT LIGHTS (2014)
BY 'LOCALS ONLY#1' MATTIA PAPP DURING NORTH SEA CONFERENCE:

First year student Fine Arts at Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague is Mattia Papp. He was for 1 week artist in residence of ‘Badgast’ by Satellietgroep as part of the program ‘Locals Only’.
Guests are invited to rearrange the canvasses. The new arrangement will be photographed. The photo will be send by email.

Mattia: "Hi, my name is Mattia Papp, I’m a painter.
I was born in Florence twenty years ago, raised up there, surrounded by renaissance masters, classical beauty and an astonishing yellow light. I spent my summers at Elba’s island, in Tuscany, blue sea, warm climate and more yellow light. Two years ago it was enough, I wasn’t able to handle it anymore, I had to move.
I came here in Holland to study art at the KABK in Den Haag, searching for a new mood. Something more rational, colder and more contemporary. Searching for the same love that moved Vermeer. I needed these new things. I needed the white light of Netherlands, a light that tells the truth, colors as they are without any filters. Nor the warm filter from Mediterranean sea, neither the blue grey one from Germany and England.
My project at 'Badgast' was about this Dutch light, the wind and the black and grey Nordic sea.
I made four canvasses per day for one week. One at 9 o’ clock in the morning, one at 12:00, one at 15:00 and one at 17:00. These are the hours of the day where the light changes in the most significant way. Also by following a diet of fish, I’ve been able to totally immerge myself in the Nordic sea atmosphere. I worked on this project with discipline and strict attitude.
The result consists of twenty-eight canvases (30X30cm), assembled as one piece, not organized and not following the order of production of the single pieces. It represents one unique sea landscape (120 cm X 240 cm): the Scheveningen sea shore. Each of the canvases is independent, as independent is this white light, immortal, the symbol of a mayor inspiration that I’m desperately looking for.
In fact the viewer is able to switch the canvases of the opera as he or she wants, as he or she feels like. Free from any logic and free from any human time parameter.
I just wanted to capture the light and not the scenery in this work.
Just the light."

Mattia working at Scheveningen beach.

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