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SEPTEMBER 8 + 9
PREVIEW 'CLIMATE AS ARTIFACT - KLIMAAT ALS MENSENWERK'
At the invitation of artists collective Satellietgroep (The Hague, 2006), artists and designers with local experts and scientists are developing new work for the autumn exhibition 'Climate as Artifact – Klimaat als Mensenwerk' in the Electriciteitsfabriek, Den Haag.
On September 8, Satellietgroep will present a Preview in the Electriciteitsfabriek during DCR Pleinfestival, and on Sunday September 9, during Festival Het Circus at the nearby neighbourhood park, De Verademing.
Sachi Miyachi, Onkruidenier and our current artist-in-residence Masha Ru.
More about the programs of the Preview:
SATURDAY 8 SEPTEMBER
SATELLIETGROEP AT DCR PLEINFESTIVAL 2018
Time: 15:00 - 21:00
Entrance is free
Location: Electriciteitsfabriek Den Haag
More: DCR Pleinfestival 2018
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During DCR Plein Festival, you can meet several of the invited artists, like Sachi Miyachi, Onkruidenier and our current artist-in-residence Masha Ru. They take the visitors along in their artistic research into the time-depth of landscape. In addition to this Preview, Satellietgroep also offers a Review on its 12-year anniversary and a discount on a passe-partout for the exhibition, which opens on October 18 at 18:00!
Research at Electriciteitsfabriek by Sachi Miyachi (September, 2018).
'An acquired taste' by Masha Ru: smelling, licking, eating.. earth, clay, ceramics & artifacts.
Within her artistic practice, Masha Ru focuses on the human-earth relationship, with a special focus on clay. During her artist-in-residency with Satellietgroep at the DCR Gueststudio, Ru, together with local experts and scientists, researches the soil under our feet in The Hague and tests the edibility of archaeological artefacts.
With special thanks to artist Marit Mihklepp , Jester van Schuylenburch and AWN, association for Volunteers in Archeology The Hague and the surrounding area.
SUNDAY 9 SEPTEMBER
SATELLIETGROEP AT FESTIVAL HET CIRCUS 2018
Time: 14.30 - 16.30
Entrance is free & everyone is invited to participate, start at 14:30
Locatie: Wijkpark De Verademing Den Haag
More: Festival Het Circus 2018
Earth-Tasting and Clay-Performance with guest artist Masha Ru.
In The Museum of Edible Earth, Masha Ru has put together a collection of edible earth from around the world. She traveled to Indonesia, Suriname and Guatemala to conduct research on the origin of traditions and contemporary use of raw materials on location. During Festival Het Circus, Masha will present a collection of edible soils and performative experiments, in which she investigates how people react to physical contact with different types of clay.
With special thanks to anthropologist/performer Fazle Shairmahomed, Jester van Schuylenburch, Alain Chaney, Joris-Jan Bos of 3TREESceramics and AWN, association for Volunteers in Archeology The Hague and the surrounding area.
Photo: 'An acquired taste' by artist-in-residence Masha Ru, August 2018.