id11 PROJECTS IN DELFT 2008 - 2016



From 2008 - 2016, id11 organized artists-in-residence projects in Delft, the Netherlands. Empty property was temporarily used as living and working space for (international) artists. The houses, apartments, shops or offices themselves where an important factor in the production of the new artworks. Participating artists created site-specific work. id11 had no permanent living or working space in Delft for the realization of projects but used what was available or arises to create a plan for a project. id11’s artist-in-residence program was dependent on the availability of temporary spaces. id11 organized within the European network CreArt the artists-in-residence projects DELFT OP ZICHT AiR (2013), CarArt AiR (2014), the seminar SHIFTING AiR STRATEGIES (2013) and encounter AiR for Experiment - is there enough room for experiment in the cultural landscape of Europe? (2016) in Delft. Below more information and images about the realised (artists-in-residence) projects in Delft.

ENCOUNTER AiR FOR EXPERIMENT - 2016

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id11 organized in cooperation with DutchCulture Center for International Cooperation|TransArtists, the encounter AiR for Experiment - is there enough room for experiment in the cultural landscape of Europe? in the framework of CreArt. How can artist organizations, artist-in-residence programs and local governments work together at local level to enhance the European cultural landscape?

Artist organizations and artist-in-residence programs provide open, relational, social spaces embedded in the locality of a village or city. They connect artists and create communities of practitioners: to test ideas, take creative risks and explore new directions in their artistic practice. Many of these initiatives operate internationally and function as local platforms for the production and presentation of new work, as well as the development of discourse, knowledge and understanding, including in the arts and in society. Often they engage in experimental manner in social, economic and cultural structures of a city or region.

Medium-sized cities in Europe are embedded in the structures and cultural networks of a region, seeking to offer a counterweight to the capital cities that often recruit all the arts and culture. How can dialogue and collaboration between local governments and artist organizations take place in this context? What short and long-term effects can art projects generate for a city or a region? These and other questions where explored in several case studies together with policymakers, artist organizations and artist-in-residence programs from the Netherlands and different regions in Europe.

One of the starting points of the program was the published book Artist-Run-Europe. Initiated by Pallas Projects in Dublin, this part how-to manual, part history, and part socio-political critique, looks at the conditions, organizational models, and role of artist-led practice within contemporary art and society within Europe. Accordingly AiR Platform NL and Platform BK instigated an investigation about the parameters of the artist-run model, operating within the setting of small cities and villages in the Netherlands. With the aim to compose, following the outcomes of the program, the first draft of a document of recommendations; working together towards more diverse arts-ecologies.

location and date

Location: Lijm & Cultuur, Rotterdamseweg 272, 2628 AT Delft, the Netherlands.
Date: Friday December 2nd 2016 09.30– 20.00 hrs.

program

Download here the program for the encounter.

Car Art - 2014


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In cooperation with Car Art, id11 worked on this edition of the Car Art festival. id11 took care of the visual arts. Car Art is a multidisciplinary festival, where cars and car parts are in their most literal or abstracted forms the source of inspiration. Car Art took place during the 2nd weekend in August at Lijm Cultuur, an old clue factory in Delft, the Netherlands.

artists

Albert Geertjes (nl), Bart Jansen (nl), Corine Zomer (nl), Denis Oudendijk/Refunc (nl), Filip Jonker (nl), Henk Tas (nl), Instituut voor de Loslopende Mens/Oscar Prinsen (nl), Jordy Koevoets (nl), Joris Hoogeboom (nl), Joyce Westorp (ca), Laura Lappi (fi), Lineke Hansma (nl), Mark Swysen (be), Maze de Boer (nl), Mio Fujimaki (jp), Olaf Mooij (nl), Paul van den Hout (nl), Rob van der Hoeven (nl), Ronald Schelfhout (nl), Sonja de Bruin (nl), Teun Verkerk (nl) en Wouter Sibum (nl).

location and dates

Location: Lijm & Cultuur, Rotterdamseweg 270 Delft, the Netherlands.
Dates: Saturday August 9th and Sunday 10th 2014.

CreArt AiR - 2014

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From June 15th till August 2014 id11 organized the artist-in-residence project connected with the Car Art festival, within the European network CreArt. CreArt is a collaborative venture between 12 European cities: Arad (Romania), Kaunas (Lithuania), Genoa (Italy),  Delft (The Netherlands), Harghita County (Romania), Valladolid (Spain), Aveiro (Portugal), Linz (Austria), Kristiansand (Norway), Lecce (Italy), Pardubice (Czech Republic) and Vilnius (Lithuania). Participating artists created site-specific work related to the Car Art festival. Eight European artists were selected on the basis of their project proposal, in which the relationship with cars was visible. During the regular opening hours of Lijm & Cultuur, the artworks in development could be seen by visitors. The participating artists presented their work every Friday afternoon during the series of artist talks “bij_wijze_van_SPREKEN”. A feature of this AiR project was that each artist liaised with a curator for two months. The curator and the artist could have practical or substantive discussions. The AiR project concluded with a final presentation in the form of a public show.

artists

Martina Kartelo (hr), Roberta Menechini (it), Eddy Kaiser (nl), André Vieira (pt), Bartis  Elemer Marton (ro), Fernando Guijar Candenato (es), Carlos Sanz Aldea (es) and Dina Rončević (hr) just one week.

curators

Coen de Jong (38CC, Delft), Iris Cornelis (gallery Iris Cornelis, Rotterdam), Kiki Petratou (gallery Joey Ramon, Rotterdam), Piet de Jonge (worked as senior curator modern art at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Museum Kröller Müller and Van Abbemuseum), Sander Zweerts de Jong (Sanders Geluk, Rotterdam) Denis Oudendijk (Refunc, Den Haag), Hans Wap (visual artist, Rotterdam).

location and dates

Location: Lijm & Cultuur, Rotterdamseweg 272, 2628 AT Delf, the Netherlands.
Dates: bij_wijze_van_SPREKEN every Friday at 5 pm from June 20th till August 1st. Final presentation Saturday August 9th and Sunday 10th. Opening Friday August 8th at 5 pm.

SEMINAR SHIFTING AiR STRATEGIES - 2013


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id11 organized in cooperation with DutchCulture Center for International Cooperation|TransArtists, Satellietgroep and Wander the seminar SHIFTING AiR STATEGIES in the framework of CreArt. Network of Cities for Artistic Creation and Mutual Artist-in-Residence Impulse Russia-Netherlands. artist-in-residence is a changing phenomenon. Hosts ánd guests develop new strategies, or they reinvent the ways they operate, because of shifting economic, political, and cultural circumstances. The seminar brought artist-in-residence programs together from the Netherlands, Europe, and Russia, to share the latest insights in artist-in-residence strategies. Some opt for interdisciplinary research, others for integrating artistic goals with commercial activities. Some focus on the specificity of their location, others try to connect to the needs of other parties. Which new artist-in-residence strategies are developed? What are the consequences for collaboration, programming, funding? How can networks, cultural organizations, funds, and governments connect to these developments? Experts will shared their visions with us in workshop-explorations, amongst them: Jan Willem Schrofer, former director of the Rijksakademie Amsterdam - Georgi Nikich, director of the Moscow Union of Exhibitions Halls - Leontine Meijer van Mensch, lecturer of heritage theory and professional ethics at the Reinwardt Academy, Amsterdam. Moderator of the day was: Floor van Spaendonck, manager Platform bij HET NIEUWE INSTITUUT. With special contributions of id11's CreArt partners Agdar Art Centre from Kristiansand in Norway, Atelierhaus Salzamt from Linz in Austria and Artkomas from Kaunas in Lithuania.

location and date
Location: Lijm & Cultuur, Rotterdamseweg 272, 2628 AT Delft, the Netherlands.
Date: Saturday December 14th 2013, 10.00 - 20.30 hrs.

program

Download the program here.

MUSEUM NIGHT DELFT - 2013

The artists immersed themselves in the financial world, traces of the crisis, (the use of) money and barter. A stimulating mix of video, performance and installation work (for example ceramic) could be seen. Especially for the museum night id11 set up an Exchange Office: visitor brought objects or raw materials. These where processed into art objects in the weeks following the museum night! In return visitors got a small artwork.

artists

Aline Baggio (nl), Daan den Houter (nl) and Ieke Trinks (nl).

location and date

Location: Oude Delft 36, Delft, the Netherlands.
Date: Friday October 25, 7pm-1am.

DELFT OP ZICHT - 2013

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In August and September 2013 id11 organized the artist-in-residence project DELFT OP ZICHT within the European network CreArt. CreArt is a collaborative venture between 12 European cities: Arad (Romania), Kaunas (Lithuania), Genoa (Italy),  Delft (the Netherlands), Harghita County (Romania), Valladolid (Spain), Aveiro (Portugal), Linz (Austria), Kristiansand (Norway), Lecce (Italy), Pardubice (Czech Republic) and Vilnius (Lithuania). Participating artists created site-specific work related to the location. The project refers to the painting ‘View of Delft’ by Vermeer and challenges artists to make contemporary variants. Eight European artists were selected on the basis of their project proposal, in which the relationship with Delft was visible. The selected artists explored Delft and sampled the city ‘on trial basis’ for two months. DELFT OP ZICHT has several meanings. It is a twist of the title of the Vermeer painting ‘View of Delft’ (Gezicht op Delft). In DELFT OP ZICHT the words are in a different order. ‘Op zicht’ means ‘on trial’, as when you have something on trial for a test period. After this test period, one can decide to keep what was tested or to return it. In 2010, the first edition of id11 DELFT OP ZICHT was organized in the Kadmium Art Centre and this edition was held there again. Kadmium is housed in an old school building. It has four classrooms, a small staircase, a beautiful hall with a long corridor, and a square in front of it. During the regular opening hours of Kadmium, the artworks in development could be seen by visitors. The participating artists presented their work every Friday afternoon during the series of artist talks “bij_wijze_van_SPREKEN”. A special feature of this AiR project was that each artist liaised with a curator for two months. The curator and the artist could have practical or substantive discussions. DELFT OP ZICHT concluded with a final presentation in the form of a public show.

artists

Alexander Glandien (at), Amaya Bombín (es), Dovile Bernadisiute (lt), Leonard Sherifi (it), Lieke Snellen (nl), Nino Strohecker (at), Ruta Butkute (lt) and Tvrtko Buric (it).

curators

Anique Weve and Floor Cornelisse (Fam Ruim, Rotterdam), Coen de Jong (38CC, Delft), Iris Cornelis (gallery Iris Cornelis, Rotterdam), Jacqueline Heerema, Ronald Boer and Eliane Bots (Satellietgroep, The Hague), Kiki Petratou (gallery Joey Ramone, Rotterdam), Piet de Jonge (curator e.g. RAW CHINA EXPO, chief editor WHAT'S UP. Worked as senior curator modern art at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Museum Kröller Müller and Van Abbemuseum), Réka Deuten Makkai (art historian, Den Haag), Weronika Zielinska (Upominki, Rotterdam).

location and dates

Location: Koornmarkt 48 (Kadmium) Delft, the Netherlands.
Dates: every Thursday till Sunday from 12 pm - 5 pm. bij_wijze_van_SPREKEN every Friday at 5 pm. Final presentation Friday September 27- Sunday September 29, 2013. Opening Friday September 27th at 5 pm.

publication

Released on December 14th, 2013 during the seminar SHIFTING AiR STRATEGIES. The booklet can be ordered for € 5,- euros (excl. postage/porto) by id11.

Car Art - 2012

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In cooperation with Car Art, id11 will worked on this year edition of the Car Art festival. id11 is taking care of the visual arts. Car Art is a multidisciplinary festival, where cars and car parts are in their most literal or abstracted forms the source of inspiration. Car Art takes place during the 2nd weekend in September at Lijm Cultuur, an old factory in Delft, the Netherlands.

artists

Bart Jansen (nl), Daan Samson (nl), Darija Medic (rs), Denis Oudendijk/Refunc (nl), Egied Simons (nl), Eva Schippers a.k.a. She-Man (nl), Frederik Jan van den Berg (nl), Hans Wap (nl), Instituut voor de Loslopende Mens/Oscar Prinsen (nl), Karin Voogd (nl), Keuken van het Ongewenst Dier (nl), Laura Lappi (fi), Lucas Hardonk (nl), Martijn van Dalen (nl), Olaf Mooij (nl), Patricia Sousa (pt), Paul van den Hout (nl), Paul Santoleri (us), PseudonieM (nl), René Jacobs (nl), Riëlle Beekmans (nl), Rob Verwer (nl), Silas Nout (nl), Thomas Scherzer(at), Ting Tong Chang (tw), Tijn Noordenbos (nl), Xenia Gottenkieny (de) and Yvo van der Vat (nl).

location and dates

Location: Lijm & Cultuur, Rotterdamseweg 270 Delft, the Netherlands.
Dates: Saturday September 8th 1 pm - 12 pm and Sunday September 9th 2012 1 pm - 9 pm,

BUITENgewoon - 2012

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In June, July and August 2012 id11 realized the artist-in-residence project BUITENgewoon. id11 invited 6 artists to work during the summer at the Kabelfabriek, an old factory in Delft, the Netherlands to create a site-specific artwork.

artists

Chelsea Leventhal (us), Flora Moscovic (fr), Jeffry Koopman (nl), Matthijs Muller (nl), Robin Kolleman (nl) and Sam Bunn (gb).

location and dates

Location: Kabelfabriek, Schieweg 15 Delft, the Netherlands.
Dates: Wednesday July 25th and August 29th 2012, 5 pm at Koornmarkt 48F, Delft (Kadmium). Presentation work BUITENgewoon Friday 31st 2012, 5 pm at the Kabelfabriek, the Netherlands.

onderZOEKT - 2011

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In 2011 id11 investigated the cooperation opportunities for the realisation of an (permanent) artist-in-residence and temporary work- and presentation spaces in Delft. Connected with this investigations id11 realized a project in October and November 2011. In temporary locations artists realized projects with temporary versus permanent as a starting-point. For October and November 2011 id11 invited 10 artists to create site-specific work at a temporary location (an former office and a shop) in Delft. In a period of one month the artists worked towards a final public presentation.

artists

Egied Simons (nl), Guda Koster (nl), Hester Plomp (nl), Ieke Trinks (nl), Marianne Hamersma (nl), Mark Swysen (be), Petra van Noort (nl), Rosa Everts (nl), Serena Lee (en) and Stefan Hoffmann (de).

locations and dates

Locations: Kruisstraat 35-37, Asvest 20-28 and Hippolytusbuurt 14 Delft, the Netherlands.
Dates: Presentations October 28th and 30th , November 25th and 27th 2011.

publication

The booklet from this project can be ordered for € 3,- euros (excl. postage/porto) and is for sale at Liefhertje en De Grote Witte Reus in Den Haag, the Netherlands.

press

id11 shows that with a modest budget, a few vacant buildings and a sharp curators look very beautiful things can happen ...more> Trendbeheer oktober 2011> Trendbeheer november 2011>

op_LOCATIE - 2010

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In addition to the temporary project space in the Poptahof neighbourhood, id11 realized op_LOCATIE (on location) projects at five other locationsin Delft, The Netherlands. Art centre Kadmium invited id11 to launch AiR project DELFT OP ZICHT. At the exhibition space of creative laboratory 38CC, id11 realized a long-cherished dream under the name of DE SPEELTUIN (the playground). id11 participated in the first Museumnacht of Delft and was present at the Car Art Festival. From March until December 2010, twenty-seven artists created works of art related to one of the locations.Each artist worked on their own project proposal, sometimes within a specific theme. At bij_wijze_van_SPREKEN presentations of the works and lectures by the artists were given on a monthly basis.

artists

Annemarie van Grinsven (nl), Aram Tanis (kr), Arjen van Krieken (nl), Bhupat Dudi (in), Catherine Bourne (au), Danielle Lemaire (nl), Darn Thorn (au), Desiree de Baar (nl), Eric Jan van de Geer (nl), Griet Menschaert (nl), Instituut voor de loslopende mens; Oscar Prinsen (nl), Izabela Oldak (pl), Jacolijn Verhoef (nl), Janna Navis (be), Jos Poeder (nl), Judith van den Berg (nl), Karen Vermeren (be), Marie-Claire Krell (de), Mathijs Lieshout (nl), Mieke Maaike Fokkinga (nl), Mies Baars (nl), Nina Boas (fr), PePoMo; Adam Smith (uk) and Keiko Takahashi (jp), Rolina Nell (nl), Sabrina Basten (de), Twan Bastiaansen (nl).

locations and dates

Locations: Papsouwselaan 440, Taj Mahalplaats 16, Koornmarkt 48 [Kadmium], Hooikade 13 [38 CC], Car Art Festival, De Telefooncel Uit de Kunst Oude Delft 140, Brabantse Turfmarkt 30 Delft, The Netherlands.
Dates: Presentations March 19th - 20th and 26th - 27th, May 21st - 22nd and 28th - 29th, June 18th - 19th and 25th - 26th, July 24th - 25th and 30th - 31st, July 15th - Augusts 8th, August 5th - 22nd, 20th - 21st and 27th -28th, September 11th - 12th, 17th - 18th and 24th - 25th, October 22nd - 23th and 29th - 30th, November 2nd - 6th and 2nd - 13th - 14th 2010.

publication

The booklet from this project can be ordered for € 3,- euros (excl.postage/porto) and is for sale at Liefhertje en De Grote Witte Reus in Den Haag, the Netherlands.

FLAT_land - 2009

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In 2009 id11 accomplished the AiR project FLAT_land. Approximately 85 artists executed a project in an empty house or apartment of FLAT_land situated in the Poptahof neighborhood, Delft, The Netherlands. Among the participants were around 37 international artists using id11’s artist-in-residence program HET TIJDELIJK VERBLIJF.

artists

Allison Nichol (ca), Alison Owen (us), Anja Sijben (nl), Ans Kanen (nl), Astrid Dekkers (nl), Audio Compost (nl), Aya Fukami (jp), Babette Kleijn (nl), Barbara DePonti (it), Beatriz Olabarrieta (es), Beorn Levbenstedt (de), Brigitte Spiegler (nl), Catharina Geraedts (nl), Dattah (nl), Efrat Zehavi (isr), Elsbeth Muilwijk, Esther Tamboer (nl), Fiona Weir (nl), FloPIdisk (nl), Freshn the Impression (au), Hetty Krapels (nl), Hidenori Mitsue (jp), Inge Hoefnagel (nl), Iskra Sguera (it), Izabela Oldak (pl), Janna Navis (nl), Janne Eraker (no), Jasmine Ellis (ca), Jimena Kato Murakami (pe), Jimini Hignett (uk), Joan Fabian (us), John Mason (us), Jolanda Jansen (nl), Juan Duque (co), Judith Jansen (nl), Julio Pastor (mx), Kim Engelen (nl), Lisa van Bommel (de), Liset van Dommelen (nl), Marlous Tode (nl), Maarten Punselie (nl), Marina Tomic (rs), Martijn Koolstra (nl), Matthijs M. Jansen (nl), Matthijs Kiel (nl), Mary Jo Gilligan (ie), Meg Mercx (nl), Merryn Kritzinger (ca), Myrthe Rootsaert (nl), Nina Gloudemans (nl), Odie Rynell Cash (us), Patricia Eustaquio (ph), Paul Santoleri (us), Pavel Forman (cz), Peter Owen (us), Raymond Huizinga (nl), Rolina Nell (nl), Richard Wearn (us), Rik van Hazendonk (nl), Rob Verwer (nl), Rob Visje (nl), Roos Hoffmann (nl), Ruben van Klaveren (nl), Ruth Rosendaal (nl), Sabrina Harri (fi), Sander Zweerts de Jong (nl), Sanne Avenhuis (nl), Sara ten Westenend (nl), Simon Dirkse (nl), Suzanne van Rest (nl), Thijs Kelder (nl), Valentina Paroni (it), Veridiana Zurita (br) and Viola Onderdelinden (†).

location and dates

Location: Popthahof Delft, the Netherlands.
Dates: Presentations Sunday December 27th, November 29th, October 25th, September 27th, August 2nd, July 5th, June 7th and May 10th.

publication
This booklet can be ordered for € 5,- euros (excl.postage/porto) and is for sale at Liefhertje en De Grote Witte Reus in Den Haag, the Netherlands.

HET TIJDELIJK VERBLIJF - 2008

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In collaboration with Woonbron, foundation id11 occupied in 2008 three houses to start their artist-in-residence program and project HET TIJDELIJK VERBLIJF. Artists from abroad, and closer to home, lived and worked in the Poptahof neighborhood in Delft, the Netherlands. Two of the three houses where used as a temporary living and working spaces for residence artists. A third house functioned as a project space, for artists living in the Netherlands to make site specific work. In 2009 the houses are demolished.

artists

Carine Weve (nl), Danielle Reid (ca), Eugenie Bakker (nl), Eva Schippers (nl), Inge Hoefnagel (nl), Inge Rosekrans (nl), Ingrid Meus (nl), Jolanda Jansen (nl), Judith Haan (be), Lenny Waasdorp (nl), Noortje van Deursen (nl), Rolina Nell (nl), Stefano Calligaro (it) and Viola Onderdelinden (†).

locations and dates

Locations: Troelstalaan 70, 72, 76 Delft, the Netherlands.
Dates: Presentations June 29th, July 27th, August 31st.

publication
Document about an artist-in-residence in Delft, the Netherlands. Text in Dutch. Download here.

HIER&DAAR - 2008

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Foundation id11 aspires to create artist residencies in Delft, the Netherlands. id11 presented the project HIER EN DAAR as a preparation to the realization of their AiR HET TIJDELIJK VERBLIJF. From August 25 until August 31, 2008 the project took take place at the ‘free space' of 38CC in Bacinol, Delft with an exhibition of work made by artists during their residency; abroad or in the Netherlands. An evening was organized about experiences and possibilities of artist residencies. Besides that an expert meeting took place to study the possibilities of realizing artist residencies in Delft. id11 presented an experienced, representative artist residency in a similar city as Delft and asked Trans Artists (an organization who manages among other things an data base/internet site with residencies all over the world) for expertise on this area.

artists

Alex Reynolds (sp), Arik Visser (nl), Ivo Hendriks (nl), Karrie Hovey (us), Liesbeth Touw (nl), Marleen van Wijngaarden (nl) and Rolina Nell (nl).

location and dates

Location: 38CC Delft, the Netherlands.
Dates: Presentation August 29th - 31st.

ontwikkeling - 2002
Link to old webite.


this site in Dutch

Foundation id11