Henry Alles - Research PAIR & PAIR2




 
















Artistic coordinator Henry Alles works at DCR Gueststudio for research. His aims are: creating a new step in the live of the artist in residency PAIR (Portable Artist in Residency). By doing research into future possiblities. Creating a new website. Plus Archive. Creating a team of advisors that he can relate to. Thinking of a new formula to deal with money. Staying in and around The Hague and Rotterdam for future plans for artistic collaborations. Working on another small portable step forward: PAIR 2. Creating solarlight solution. Heater. Writing on the first next call for artists that have to leave the office and go into the world soon.

Lilian Beidler (CH) for iii



















In April 2015 Lilian Beidler is the artist in residence within the residency program organized by the artist-run platform iii in cooperation with Satellietgroup and Studio Loos. During her residency Lilian Beidler will be working at Studio Loos on a performance which will be presented during the 61st edition of the Wonderwerp series on April 23rd, besides performances by John Niekrasz, Todd Lerew, Ingrid Lee and Mamoru Okuno.

Lilian Beidler was born on 1 March 1982 in Bern, Switzerland. She completed her Master of Arts in Contemporary Arts Practice (CAP) at Bern University of the Arts in 2010. She was invited as an artist in residence to the USA, Finland and China. She regularly shows her work and performs at different venues and festivals in the USA, Asia and Europe. She is currently studying at Goldsmiths University of London. She speaks seven languages and is eager to learn more.

"Sound being a fundamental component of my work, I often combine performance, installation, conceptual work and musical composition. During the residency I will develop a piece that deals with questions I am currently addressing in my work: What is the significance of gestures in the performance of electronic music? How do new media change the perception and appearance of the human body? How do humans interact with machines? How do new forms of communication influence the way people look at themselves and at others?"

more information: http://www.loul.ch
http://iiinitiative.org/news/iii_residencies_2015/
http://iiinitiative.org/news/wonderwerp-61-tutorials/

Artist Lotte Bosman

'Go West'
Dutch artist Lotte Bosman graduated in 2012 at Frank Mohr International Masters and attended in 2011/2012 a course in landscape history at the Rijksuniversity of Groningen. In her visual work she is mainly focused on landscape experience and landscape development (from a townsman’s perspective). Lotte is now resident at DCR Gueststudio to discover the lively art scene of The Hague and connect to the coastal landscape innovation called Zandmotor south of The Hague.
More: www.lottemilenebosman.com

Quiet Ensemble for iii













In March 2015 Quiet Ensemble will be the first guests of the artist residency program organized by the artist-run platform iii in cooperation with Satellietgroup and Studio Loos, which will host 9 guest residents working in the field of experimental music, sound art and media art throughout 2015. During their residency Quiet Ensemble will be working at Studio Loos preparing a new audiovisual performance which will be presented at Wonderwerp #60 on March 26th besides performances by Doron Sadja and Marinos Koutsomichalis. For those interested in meeting our guests, Quiet Ensemble will also offer a dinner and artist talk at Studio Loos on March 19th at 18:00.

About Quiet Ensemble:
The research of Quiet ensemble goes through the observation of the balance between chaos and control, nature and technology, creating subjects that perfectly merges the those elements, elements that take form from the relation of organic and artificial subjects, moving the attention to insignificant and wonderful elements, like the movement of a fly or the sound of trees. The interest is connected to those technologies that explores the aesthetic and conceptual possibilities deriving from interactivity techniques, apProaching the newest technological discoveries as if they would be the tools for creation, like the brush for the painter. Working on the relation between time and space, sound and image the work of Quiet ensemble changes and develops in time, relating to the space, changing it. Emphasizing the unespected events, refuting the apparent immobility of shapes and melting the appearing opposition of forces in nature. Concrete and abstract shapes are sectioned and remodeled in hybrid forms and balances, parallel giving great importance to the pure aesthetics of forms. Quiet ensemble is born in 2009 from the meeting between Fabio Di Salvo and Bernardo Vercelli.