R&D awarded 2nd round 2019
IIn the second round of the R&D scheme of 2019, 16 applications were accepted for a total amount of € 129.337. There were a total of 56 applications for an amount of € 454.751. Each approved application receives a contribution that enables the visual artist to further develop his professional practice.
De be honored artists: Bergur Thomas Anderson, Annette Behrens, Niels Bekkema, Cihad Caner, Eun L, Core van der Hoeve, Marta Hryniuk, Maarten Janssen, Jeroen Jongeleen, Dirk van Lieshout, Pitchaya Ngamcharoen, Falke Pisano, Victor Santamarina, Lichun Tseng, Esther Urlus and Joost van der Wiel.
The Development and Research Grants scheme is aimed at boosting research and deepening, so that existing artistic practices can develop optimally and increase their visibility in the city.
Bergur Thomas Anderson
A research focused on storytelling within the performative, musical en narrative practice of the artist.
A study into the visual strategies of the new right-wing youth movement Die Identitäre Bewegung in Germany.
An investigation into the way in which prosody can be used to give lifeless objects a voice with the help of light and / or movement.
An investigation into the history and background of the green marble platform that is placed at the headquarters of the United Nations behind the main stage in New York City.
A long-term research project in which traditional ideas about sex, gender and sexuality as experienced in daily life are studied.
Core van der Hoeve
A videowork in Portugal.
A cinematic investigation into the different symbolisms of Galicia for different population groups.
An investigation into the autonomy of art seen from former Berlin to incorporate the results into new work that will be made in Rotterdam.
Experimenting and producing drone yourself–recordings of your own running drawings in the field.
Dirk van Lieshout
An in-depth investigation during a stay at EKWC, into the origins of signs and symbolism and the Maroon culture.
A study in which the use of fragrance in theater plays is investigated, as a method to tell stories, in particular about the herbal trade.
A reflection on the existing one artistic practice, based on an existing text document, resulting in an animation.
A study that focuses on the experience of the body and its limits on the precarious, fluid and unstable way of contemporary working and living.
A collection of 16 mm film images of the moments between invisibility and visibility.
An 360 ° C moving panoramic movie installation, inspired by the panorama paintings at the end of the 19e century.
Joost van der Wiel
A search for the right forms of publication for a desired audience that cannot be reached through traditional channels.
Publication date: 05 / 08 / 2019