Vladimir and Maya Opara

As a member of Pulchri Studio, the Russian couple and multi-media artists Vladimir and Maya Opara are back in The Hague to prepare for a new exhibition at Pulchri that will take place in early 2018.

Hanna Tai

Australian artist Hanna Tai lives and works in Melbourne. Hanna is interested in the oft-perceived ‘invisibility’ of climate change. During her stay she is creating a series of video and sound works that explore the metaphorical linkages between the Zandmotor and climate change. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.



Presentation Tuesday 8th August 2017
Barbara Beckmann: Resources and Hanna Tai: Invisible Substance
Venue: Cloud Danslab at DCR, The Hague
Time: 5-8pm

Barbara Beckmann

German artist Barbara Beckmann lives and works in Zürich, Switzerland. Her focus during the residency is to show the value of resources, and the beauty of broken structures, through the study of reinforced concrete. Her work uses the Asian woodblock printing technique.

















Presentation Tuesday 8th August 2017
Barbara Beckmann: Resources and Hanna Tai: Invisible Substance
Venue: Cloud Danslab at DCR, The Hague
Time: 5-8pm

Yasunori Kawamatsu, Nobuyuki Yamamoto, I-Chern Lai

I-Chern Lai, Nobuyuki Yamamoto, Yasunori Kawamatsu stayed at DCR Gueststudios for a one-month residency period, hosted by Satellietgroep. The three artists approached specific phenomena, which they (coincidentally) encountered in the Netherlands from their personal interests in nature, society and history. The results of the research and work were presented at Billytown Bookshop.



REPLICA
Yasunori Kawamatsu, Nobuyuki Yamamoto, I-Chern Lai
Venue: Billytown Bookshop, Capadosestraat 11 The Hague
Dates: July 14,15 and 16 
Opening: July 14, 17:00-21:00

With special hanks to: Billytown, 3TREESceramics, ASAHI SHINBUM FOUNDATION, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Fazle Shairmahomed, Naomie Pieter, Nishi Ko, Asami Kiuchi

Davide Tidoni for iii

Davide Tidoni is a researcher in the field of sound and listening. With a particular emphasis on observation, action and participation, he realizes a variety of works that include site specific interventions, live performances and audio projects.
Davide’s residency at iii focused on the realization of new actions centered around his interests in sound propagation in open space, active listening, and the use of microphone and loudspeaker as performative instruments.
During his stay, Davide gave a listening intervention workshop and performed an intervention at No Patent Pending #28