Art Initiative id11 – Netherlands

Disciplines: Music, Performing Arts, Visual Arts
about id11
id11 offers artist residencies and exhibition spaces where artistic experimentation is nurtured. id11 does not have permanent living- or working spaces for the realisation of projects, but responds to what is available, arises or comes up with a plan for a project.

Since 2008 id11 realizes art projects in Delft, The Netherlands. Empty property is temporarily used as living and working space for (international) artists. The houses, apartments, shops or offices are seen as an important factor where new artwork is created. Participating artists create work related to the location.

In a period of time, depending on the duration of the id11 project, artists work on their own project proposal and sometimes within a specific theme towards a final public presentation. Artists present their project proposal and explain their work at bij_wijze_van_SPREKEN at the beginning of the project.

artist-in-residence HET TIJDELIJK VERBLIJF
HET TIJDELIJK VERBLIJF is the name of the living accommodation of the resident artist. The place where the artist lives and works varies and depends on the availability of space, but is located in Delft, The Netherlands. HET TIJDELIJK VERBLIJF is furnished with the necessary furniture. Shower and kitchen are always present in the vacant buildings temporarily filled in as living space.

Delft is a city and municipality in the province of South Holland (Zuid-Holland), The Netherlands. It is located between Rotterdam and The Hague. Delft is primarily known for its typically Dutch town centre (with canals); also for the painter Vermeer, Delft Blue pottery (Delftware), the Delft University of Technology, and its association with the Dutch royal family, the House of Orange-Nassau. Read more about Delft.

Deadline: April 15 2013


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