Angela Fegers


A Florida native, Angela Fegers received her formative training from Florida Dance Theatre, under the direction of Carol Erkes and Ferdinand DeJesus. She continued her studies at New World School of the Arts working to earn her Bachelor in Fine Arts in Miami, Florida. While in Miami, Fegers co- founded DalioArts with Monica Sharon, and began presenting work in Miami Fringe, Miami Dance Festival, and Art Basel. Fegers then moved on to continue presenting work in Iceland, The Netherlands, New York City, and Connecticut. Fegers has also had the pleasure to perform works by Bill T. Jones, Merce Cunningham, Peter London, Earl Mosley, Marianne Goldberg, Kevin Wynn, Daryll Moultrie and Lindy Fines.

Taffy Boudewijns and Monica Sharon


From November to the end of January, Monica Sharon and Taffy Boudewijns will stay at the guest studios to work on The Lowlands Light Project. 
Taffy Boudewijns, a dutch visual artist, began creating sculptures after a year long trip throughout Europe by motorbike. With his technical and creative background, he uses his skills to design sculptures that emit light, constructed from materials that otherwise would be thrown away. Taffy enjoys finding a new purpose for old materials, which makes each sculpture he creates unique in their own way, with their own backstory. In 2015, Taffy began to collaborate with choreographer and filmmaker, Monica Sharon, combining his sculptures with her movement in order to realize a joint concept.

Monica Sharon is a New York native who received her BFA from New World School of the Arts. Throughout her dance career, she has performed works by Martha Graham, Jose Limon, Lines Ballet, Merce Cunningham and Carolyn Dorfman. During her time in Miami, she created work for museums, galleries, film and art festivals. She founded DalioArts with Angela Fegers, a performing arts collective, in 2013. In 2015, Monica moved to Budapest and began collaborating with visual artist, Taffy Boudewijns, combining movement with his sculptures. Since then, she has presented choreography and films in France, Iceland and The Netherlands.
The Lowlands Light Project aims to culminate into an interactive installation that combines choreography, light sculptures, short films and a color of choice. Each color chosen on the four button switchboard corresponds to a certain choreography, film and multiple light sculptures, strategically placed, to illuminate the performer. The way the performance unfolds is decided by the participator, who will choose an order of colors without awareness of the outcome beforehand.


Marco Donnarumma for iii

Marco Donnarumma (b. 1984) is a performance artist and scholar. A unique presence in contemporary performance, he distinguishes himself by his use of emerging technology to deliver body performances that are at once intimate and powerful, oneiric and uncompromising, sensual and confrontational. Working with biotechnology, biophysical sensing, and more recently artificial intelligence and neurorobotics, Donnarumma expresses the chimerical nature of the body with a new and unsettling intensity. He is renown for his skill in using sound, whose physicality and depth he exploits to create experiences of instability, awe, shock and entrainment.

During the residency Marco Donnarumma will lead two sessions of the Reading Room at Stroom Den Haag on October 6th and 14th and will perform within the No Patent Pending series at Baruch Pavilion on October 15th 2016.

Maciej Ożóg for iii

Maciej Ożóg is a sound artist, culture and media theorist based in Lodz, Poland. Since the early nineties he’s been involved in experimental music scene of Poland. In his solo performances he critically explores the liminal territory between body physical activity and invisible electric infrastructure of hybrid space. He uses custom designed instruments and devices as well as digital and analogue electronics.

During the residency Maciej Ożóg will lead two sessions of the Reading Room at Stroom Den Haag on October 6th and 14th and will perform within the No Patent Pending series at Baruch Pavilion on October 15th 2016.


Mondriaan Fonds Binnenland Atelier 2017

NEWS:
DEADLINE 16.09.2016

Wonderful opportunity for 2 artists/mediators who are living/working in The Netherlands to work for 3 months (March, April, May 2017) on the Zandmotor with Satellietgroep at DCR Gueststudios:
https://www.mondriaanfonds.nl/aanvraag/de-zandmotor-i-s-m-satellietgroep-en-dcr-gueststudios-den-haag-voor-kunstenaars-en-bemiddelaars/







Ladan Bahmani

Ladan Bahmani is a graphic designer and an MFA student, preparing for her thesis exhibition and final year at Michigan State University. She will use the time at DCR to create work that will be the basis of a show at the Broad Art Museum (East Lansing, Michigan) in Spring 2017 and to visit different design studios, design programs and museums. 

Arne Kohlweyer

Arne Kohlweyer stays at DCR to work on a feature length screenplay that should become a first draft within this summer. 
In 2008 Arne finished his post-graduate studies in film directing at FAMU in Prague. Prior to that he studied photography in Graz, Austria, literature in Frankfurt/Oder and film theory at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.
He is member of the German Screenwriter’s Guild (VDD) since 2010. He lives and works as an independent film professional in Halle/Saale, where is he currently head of development for 42film and in Berlin, where he is managing since 2011 the Script Station (Screenwriter’s project lab of Berlinale Talents).
  

Vladimir and Maya Opara

Valdimir and Maya Opara

Vladimir and Maya Opara came over from Moscow to prepare for Vladimir’s solo show ‘Motion Landscape’ at Pulchri Studio.
Opara works in a range of different media, from painting to film and multi-media installations, reacting on political histories and contemporary society. Through his work he seems to be reflecting on a human’s or individual’s place in the world. Vladimir Opara was born in Barnaoul and moved to Moscow in 1990 with his wife Maya Opara where they still live today. He is an associate of Pulchri Studio since 2015

“I exist in a constantly changing landscape. My paintings capture movements and changes layer over each other and render unexpected combinations that disrupt time consistency.”



Stephen De Burca

Stephen De Burca is a 24 year old writer from Galway City Ireland. In his own words, De Burca is fascinated by the romanticism and beauty of The Hague and The Netherlands in general. Last year he stayed at the Listhus Art-Residence in North Iceland, which sparked his taste for new and unique cultures. As a writer, he has several poems under consideration for publication  in various magazines in Ireland, the UK, and America. De Burca was shortlisted for the international Over The Edge New Writer of the Year 2015 Award.

Yasunori Kawamatsu and Nobuyuki Yamamoto

In June, Japanese artists Yasunori Kawamatsu and Nobuyuki Yamamoto had a short stay at DCR Guest Studios to prepare for their residency in 2017.

Yasunori Kawamatsu is a graduate from the design course of Tokyo Institute of Polytechnics in 2006. He took part in a performance at Kunsthall of Dusseldorf in 2008, and joined group exhibition in the Gumma Museum of Modern Art in 2009, and Takasaki city museum in 2012. His first Solo-exhibition took place at tent gallery in 2011. Moreover, he curates group exhibitions under the curatorial concept “dabada” which was established in 2010.

More info at
www.kawamatsuyasunori.com 

Dadabe project:
www.kawamatsuyasunori.com/dabada.html

Nobuyuki Lives and works in Kanagawa , Japan. He participated in several group shows in Tokyo, Edinburgh, Seoul, Guangzhou (China). In 2013 Nobuyuki had a solo show at AIS gallery/Art Institute Shibukawa.

More info at:
http://nobuyukiyamamoto.com/works.html




Jeremy Bakker and Angela Pye

Jeremy Bakker is a visual artist from Melbourne, Australia who works across a variety of mediums including drawing, sculpture, photography and object-based artwork. He is interested in fugitive ways that complex ideas can be held within simple things. Jeremy applies manual processes and discreet gestures to commonplace objects and materials as a way of opening up a range of thoughts about time, presence and absence, impermanence, mortality and meaning.

Angela and Jeremy worked collaboratively on a residency project  Echigo-Tsumari Winter festival in Japan in 2012. In her own art practice, Angela explores the notion of intimacy and the relationship between the space of the human body and built environment. 

Jeremy and Angela will use the space and time provided by the residency at DCR to develop ideas for new work and establish new contacts.