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Public Expedition Zandmotor#7

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JUNE 18 2016: PUBLIC EXPEDITION ZANDMOTOR#7:
CINEMARE#2: CLIMATE PROOF BY ESTHER KOKMEIJER
SAND SONGS BY iii, ArtScience & TodaysArt

19:00 - 24:00


Premiere on the Zandmotor of the documentary by artist in resident Esther Kokmeijer of the Experiment that was performed on the Zandmotor during the Wintersolstice. Collaborative program with Sand Songs by iii (Instruments Inventors Initiative), ArtScience Interfaculty & TodaysArt. Please register in advance at manon@iiinitiative.org and we will inform you on the route (by bicycle, public transport or car) and what you need to know when visiting the Zandmotor.
Location: Argusmast at Zandmotor, south of The Hague
Dresscode: Outdoor



PROGRAM:
iii: SAND SONGS - PLAYING THE ELEMENTS AT THE ZANDMOTOR
SPECIAL: FM Zandmotor Radio by Fauna

Marije Baalman, Lars Kynde, Tobias Lukassen, Christian Liljedahl, Ana Lemnaru, Grzegorz Marcinak, Maya Verlaak, Adam Basanta, David Pocknee, Tena Lazarevic, Jesse Smits, Kay Churcher, Cecile Gentili, Sophie Rust.
Performances: start at 19:00

For SAND SONGS a group af artists is invited to imagine this landscape as if it is a musical instrument, played by the natural elements and by human intervention. The artists developed performances and musical compositions especially for the landscape of the Zandmotor. In a series of short and longer interventions, they make use of sound, light, the wind, water flow and the sand in new and inventive ways. Flying a kite becomes a new way to make electronic music; home made pulse jet motors generate a composition on the scale of a landscape; there are kinetic wind and light sculptures; a soundwalk guides you along as you walk blindfolded, and you can take part in a musical treasure hunt, searching for sounding objects buried in the sand.
Read more about the SAND SONGS program: www.iiinitiative.org/sandsongs

SATELLIETGROEP CINEMARE#2:
PREMIERE 'CLIMATE PROOF' BY ESTHER KOKMEIJER
SPECIAL: 'Sur Polar - Art in Antarctica' by Andrea Juan
A TASTE OF THE ZANDMOTOR: Waterpionier by Satellietgroep & De Onkruidenier

CineMare: start after sunset
 
You are warmly invited to join the premiere of the videowork 'Climate Proof' by Esther Kokmeijer.
On invitation of Satellietgroep artist in resident Esther Kokmeijer realized artistic research about the climate adaptivity of humans on the Zandmotor.
The Climate Experiment on the Zandmotor took place during the Winter Solstice on 21/22 of December 2015, the shortest day and the longest night. Led by several different experts a select group of 15 invitees experienced, embraced and questioned extreme cold and heat to the limits of their body. Among the experts were Dirk Sijmons, Jurjen Annen (cold expert), Mark Hoek (heat ritual), Theun Karelse and the Rescue brigade Monster. The experiment was documented for a short documentary and publication. This project is part of an ongoing series of works ‘Because we Meet’ of Esther about her research in China on invitation by the Mondriaan Fund, on Base Esperanza in Antarctica on invitation of Sur Polar, SM Pro Art, D.N.A., Argentina Ministry of Foreign Affairs and on the Zandmotor on invitation of Satellietgroep.
The program includes the special screening of 'Sur Polar - Art in Antarctica' by Andrea Juan. This is a short documentary film about the Residency Art Program from Sur Polar artists, hosted in Antractica.
During this event Satellietgroep & De Onkruidenier offer you a taste of the Zandmotor, as part of the ongoing research on the Zandmotor, called The Waterpionier.
More: www.estherkokmeijer.nl | www.surpolar.org | www.onkruidenier.nl


DECEMBER 21/22 2015
EXPERIMENT CLIMATE PROOF DURING WINTER SOLSTICE AT ZANDMOTOR
ESTHER KOKMEIJER
On invitation of Satellietgroep artist Esther Kokmeijer is doing artistic research about the climate adaptivity of humans on the Zandmotor.
An experiment on the Zandmotor that will take place during the winter solstice, the shortest day and the longest night. Led by several different experts a select group of 15 invitees experienced, embraced and questioned extreme cold and heat to the limits of their body. Among the experts were Dirk Sijmons, Jurjen Annen (cold expert), Mark Hoek (heat ritual), Theun Karelse and the Rescue brigade Monster. The experiment is documented for a short documentary and publication. This project is part of an ongoing series of works ‘Because we Meet’ of Esther about her research on the Zandmotor, China and Antartica into the interaction between man and nature. With special thanks to all involved participants, Provincie Zuid-Holland, gemeente Westland, Stroom, Stichting DOEN, Mondriaan Fonds.
More: www.estherkokmeijer.nlwww.zandmotor.nl



Images: Esther Kokmeijer

 

THE ELEMENTS LAB:
ARTSCIENCE INTERFACULTY

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ART

https://elementslabblog.wordpress.com
Starting September 2015 until May 2016 Satellietgroep engages with lectors, students and experts to enhance the scope of artistic fieldwork on the Zandmotor as part of the Interfaculty ArtScience program.
ArtScience offers an interdisciplinary bachelor’s and master’s programme that fosters curiosity driven research as an approach for the making of art. The Elements is an outside coastal lab situated along the North Sea at the Zandmotor south of The Hague. What does it mean to work in a dynamic intertidal environment, where the tides are dictating time and seasons are close to our skin? The lab has a phenomenologist approach, stimulates students to play, wander, explore and focus on elements in their own way, where also their own sensorial body in relation to this dynamic landscape can be considered as an element. More: www.interfaculty.nl | www.kabk.nl

ElementsLab, ArtScience Interfaculty
Link to video made by Victoria Douka-Doukopoulou:
vimeo.com/dkdkpl/elements


ArtScience, ElementsLab: still from video by Victoria Douka-Doukopoulou.
 


ArtScience, ElementsLab: Sanddress by Aisha Ryannon Pagnes, still from video by Nina Leziac.


 

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