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The Last Will and Testament of Stoffer Jan Reinders
11.10.2012
Woltersum
Paul Perry's final artwork in a series of seven is closely linked to a tombstone in the local cemetery, namely the grave of two brothers who were born very close together: Stoffer Jan Reinders.
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The Receptor - The Looooove Issue
14.02.2012
'The Receptor' open call! Have you ever fallen in love with an American? Been a passenger in an F-15? Have you ever caused a scene in the Spitfire bar?
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Festival DE BASIS
10.09.2011 - 18.09.2011
Vliegbasis Soesterberg
'DE BASIS' Festival is a unique combination of art, culture and nature at Soesterberg Air Base. The festival includes works by Erik Odijk, Roosje Klap & Kaleb de Groot, Ali Kazma, Laurence Aëgerter, and a film programme in Bunker 600.
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NetArtWorks
NetArtWorks: Martine Neddam
01.07.2011
Mouchette is the ideal imaginary friend who does and says things that many of us dream about but do not dare to say out loud. Place your order for authentic Mouchette gadgets from the Guerrilla Fanshop!
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Transcriptions 1-6
16.06.2009
NKI (Netherlands Cancer Institute), Amsterdam
Transcriptions 1-6 is an installation for the six landings of the staircase of the Nederlands Kanker Instituut’s new research building. James Beckett translated the genetic code of six species of fish into six different historical languages - past and sometimes obsolete systems of information storage and communication.
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Master Humphrey’s Clock
19.04.2008 - 08.06.2008
Leidsche Rijn
'Master Humphrey’s Clock' is a project by de Appel’s Curatorial Programme 07/08 that explores the many intersections between circulation and storytelling.
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Castles of Sint-Oedenrode, 3 out of 7
30.09.2007
Sint-Oedenrode
The old manor of Sint-Oedenrode possesses a rich history. For many centuries it attracted the nobility and the clergy, many of whom settled there. In its heyday this town actually boasted seven castles of which three are still in existence.
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Optima Philosophia Sapiente est Meditatio Mortis
01.12.2006
Wittewierum
Groninger artist Jan Kuipers has created a sculpture for Wittewierum cemetery.
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Poort en bank
01.06.2006
Woltersum
The shape of JCJ Vanderheyden's statue in the Woltersum cemetery – a gateway behind a small bench – is derived from his paintings of the early 1960s, with the gate/frame functioning as an abstract motif.
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Sculpture Project Roulette
01.05.2006 - 13.05.2007
Leidsche Rijn
Koehoornplein, a temporary traffic circle on the outskirts of Utrecht, serves to direct traffic into Leidsche Rijn. Located on the border of the old and the new Utrecht, this traffic circle is being used in the sculpture project, 'Roulette'. 'Roulette' is an alternating display of sculptures on a temporary traffic circle.
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Inland Sea
14.02.2006
Spaarnepoort
As a gesture 'Inland Sea' is like an arrow that marks a clear line from the inside world to the outside world. Moreover it is the account of an action, an event that actually took place.
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Untitled - Stanley Brouwn
01.01.2006
Zuurdijk
Stanley Brouwn belongs to the first generation of conceptual artists. This generation broke with the notion of image as representation and introduced a degree of objectivity to their artistic language.
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Faces of Farming
28.02.2004 - 24.06.2004
Nederlands fotomuseum
Under the auspices of ‘2003 - Year of the Farm’, SKOR commissioned a number of Dutch and foreign photographers to produce work on the theme ‘Faces of Farming’.
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Faces of Farming | North Brabant
27.06.2003 - 29.06.2003
't Loon
Ralph Kämena (born in 1968) made a panoramic video in the North Brabant region of Peel for the 2003 ‘Year of the Farm’.
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Faces of Farming | Flevoland and Zeeland
30.05.2003 - 15.06.2003
Eben Haëzer, Kraggenhoeve
For the 2003 ‘Year of the Farm’ commission Joachim Brohm concentrated on the provinces of Flevoland and Zeeland.
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Faces of Farming | Drenthe
23.05.2003 - 25.05.2003
Hoeve Koning Willem III
For the 2003 ‘Year of the Farm’ commission Noritoshi Hirakawa (Japan) moved in with a farmer’s family in Drenthe, where three generations live and work together. Under the title ‘Dawn of Felicity’, he sought poetic moments in the daily cycle of the farming family in their contact with the surrounding nature.
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Faces of Farming | Overijssel and South Holland
16.05.2003 - 09.06.2003
Martin Luijendijk (born in 1958) worked in two provinces, Overijssel and South Holland, for the 2003 ‘Year of the Farm’. He rephotographed and used historic material to portray the change in these provinces.
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Faces of Farming | Friesland and North Holland
16.05.2003 - 22.06.2003
Koos Breukel (born in 1962) made a series of portraits of farmers in North Holland and Friesland for the 2003 ‘Year of the Farm’ project. Most of the portraits are close-ups, making the farmers look almost archaic. In addition, he made a number of general views in which you see more of the farmer and his surroundings.
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Faces of Farming | Groningen and Gelderland
09.05.2003 - 25.05.2003
Landgoed Verhildersum, Het Meer
Schwartz (born in 1970) took photographs in Groningen and in Gelderland for the 2003 ‘Year of the Farm’ commission.
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Proeftuin Twente | WE Exhibition
22.12.2001 - 06.02.2002
Kunstvereniging Diepenheim, Rijksmuseum Twente

The exhibition WIJ (WE) opened on Saturday 22 December 2001 as a prelude to Proeftuin Twente Testbed. During the research for the exhibition Arnoud Holleman spoke with a large group of individuals who were in some way involved in Twente’s culture either professionally, through their own interests or through their background. This summarized ‘oral history’, which was translated into an autonomous text and titled WIJ (WE), united all the contradictions and ambivalences surrounding the subject of regional identity and placed them in a semi-fictional context.

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Proeftuin Twente | Mobile Laboratories
Twente, various locations
In 2003 and 2004 mobile laboratories were placed in Twente’s 14 districts. In these laboratories, artists of varying disciplines spent one month researching the cultural identity of certain locations in accordance with predetermined themes tailored to each separate district.
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Is there such a thing as ‘the specific character’ of Twente? This question formed the central focus of the project 'Proeftuin Twente' (Testbed) that, in 2003 and 2004, attempted to visualize Twente’s identity from an unusual angle. That is to say from a historial point of view, to question the current identity or to question the future identity.
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7 waarvan 3
Sint-Oedenrode
The starting point of the investigation, ‘7 waarvan 3’ (‘7 of which 3’), is the historical legacy of Sint-Oedenrode’s fortresses that, in the Middle Ages, heralded a new period of wealth and power. The title ‘7 waarvan 3’ alludes to the fact that only three of the seven fortresses remain today.
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Faces of Farming | Utrecht
Sean Snyder (born in 1972) concentrated on the province of Utrecht for his assignment. He is fascinated by the way that the landscape is determined by the province’s central location in the Netherlands.
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