SEALUST: FOR SEASOULS AND SANDFOOLS
| 2013-05-14 18:08:54
SHARE YOUR VIEW ON THE SEA!
Satellietgroep cordially invites you to contribute to 'Sealust - for Seasouls and Sandfools'!
Enter here: https://www.facebook.com/Satellietgroep/app_448952861833126
Activate your network by twitter: http://bit.ly/12dBRp2
Select a photo and submit it now. You can submit as many photos as you like before submissiondate 2 June: 14h. You and everyone else can vote for your favorite entries.
On 2 June 15.30h Emmy Bolsius, directeur Deltaprogramma Kust will announce the winner, the person with the most votes wins a weekend in Badgast for two!
LInk about BADGAST
Mail us if your collection, stories or research deserves a special place in the program: firstname.lastname@example.org
OPENING MAY 24:
18 h: From Sea To City with the free boulevardtrain from boulevard/Keizerstraat to GEMAK
18.30h: Opening by Jandirk Hoekstra, studiomaster of Atelier Kustkwaliteit.
Zeeproeverij and preview 'Climate Studio' by Museon - Museum of Culture and Science.
More about the program and venue: www.kustweek.nl | www.gemak.org | www.satellietgroep.nl
'Zeelust' is developed by Satellietgroep on invitation of the province of South-Holland and the municipality of The Hague.
We are searching the most pervasive contributions of impressions, objects and people in relation to sea, coast and city. We share the coastal space with many, and we want to make that visible together with you. Contributions from amateurs until professionals are included in the image database, categorized and presented together with the future scenarios for the Dutch coastal protection by Atelier Kustkwaliteit/TU Delft.
With these collections, new coastal typologies that offer other questions and perspectives arise about our relationship with the sea. This is the start of the new project by Satellietgroep, the 'Anthropogenic Coastal Atlas'. The atlas is being shaped by a growing (inter)national network and seeks for new connections between arts and science in order to map out the human relation with the sea. During the Kustweek Zuid-Holland (Coastal Week South-Holland) Satellietgroep provides a platform for people and coastal communities. Coastal imagination and experience is connected with knowledge and vision on the future of sea and coast. Along with your contribution and contributions by Badgasten - artists who since summer 2009 were guests of Satellietgroep at Badgast in surfvillage FAST - and by coastal experts of Atelier Kustkwaliteit (Coastal Quality) we propose an interactive program on sea, coast and city.
With special thanks to Studio Duel, Arendo Schipper and Bruno van den Elshout - 2012 New Horizons.