Satellietgroep – The Best of Badgast

Satellietgroep – The Best of Badgast

Date
25 September 20:00 - 00:00
26 September 20:00 - 00:00

Venue

Module
works

Country
NL

During TodaysArt Satellietgroep presents 'The Best of Badgast', a program including Cinema at Sea and talks.

Satellietgroep artistically explores the social and ecological impact of the sea and coastal transitions on cities, people, communities and environments in the Netherlands and abroad through international artist in residencies ‘Badgast’ at F.A.S.T. and ‘Now Wakes The Sea’. Satellietgroep invites artists, philosophers, urbanists, architects and scientists and enables them to do fieldwork and to work with local partners, communities and experts in order to research the current status of coastal transitions and to generate new narratives and perspectives. This year Satellietgroep in collaboration with Villa Ockenburgh and Nida Art Colony initiates the first artistic coastal researches into the phenomenon of the ‘Zandmotor’ (Sand Engine), the latest innovation of coastal protection south of The Hague. A new controlled wilderness designed to dissolve in the sea around 2021. It is a time machine that transports us from the holocene (affected by nature) into the anthropocene era (affected by mankind).

During TodaysArt Satellietgroep presents ‘The Best of Badgast’, a program including Cinema at Sea and talks. Satellietgroep also hosts Failed Architecture in the Badgast residency. Parallel program: ‘Zoro Feigl residence at the Zandmotor’. Permanent: 24/7 open air exhibition ‘Zeespiegel at the boulevard of Scheveningen’.

Satellietgroep – The Best of Badgast & Beyond: Cinema at Sea
On the 25th and 26th of September, in the open air Cinema at Sea, Satellietgroep screens a selection of videoworks and documentaries produced by artists in residence of Badgast in Scheveningen, Now Wakes The Sea in Turkey, Georgia and Moldova and Stellingname at Haarlemmermeerpolder. The program starts at sunset (around 19.25) and runs til late.

Program:
– Departure Bay – Aram Tanis & Jacolijn Verhoef (NL) – 9’13 min. – Badgast/Scheveningen, 2011
– Little Dubai – Astrid Bussink (NL) – 10 min. – Now Wakes The Sea/Batumi/Georgia, 2013
– Sinking into the landscape – Francois Lombarts – 11’28 min. – Stellingname/Haarlemmermeerpolder, 2013
– Drawing Horizon – James Geurts (AU) – 7’35 min. – Badgast/Scheveningen, 2010
– North Sea Transport – Maarten de Kroon (NL) – 4’15 min. – Now Wakes The Sea/Moldova, 2014
– The dome & The cone of silence – Eliane Esther Bots (NL) – 16’50 min. – Badgast/Scheveningen, 2012
– Refugium – Henrik Lund Jørgensen (DK/SE) – 7’30 min. – Badgast/Scheveningen, 2013.
– The Pier – Ana Tsimintia (Georgia) – 10 min – Badgast/Scheveningen, 2013
– ‘Artist in Residence/Guest Worker – Konuk Sanatci/Misafir Isci’- Maurice Bogaert (NL) – 6‘23 min. – Now Wakes The Sea/Sinop/Turkey, 2012
– Everything Will Be Beautiful-Hersey Harika Olacak – Maurice Bogaert (NL) – 1’28 + 2’48 min. – Now Wakes The Sea/Sinop/Turkey, 2012
– The Sea in Me – Yilmaz Vurucu, Bahanur Nasya (TR) – 60 min. – Now Wakes The Sea/Sinop/Turkey, 2012
– Landlocked – Maarten de Kroon (NL) – 39 min. – Now Wakes The Sea/Chisinau/Moldova, 2013

To Whom Belongs the Sea @ Failed Architecture
24 September
Time: 16:30 – 18:30
Location: TodaysArt Festival at Zuiderstrandtheater, The Hague

Arts & Coastal Transitions
27 September
Curatorial team of Satellietgroep with special guests Francois Lombarts and Zoro Feigl.
Time: 12:45 – 14:00
Location: TodaysArt Festival at Zuiderstrandtheater, The Hague