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On December 14th 2013 three of our guests participated in the seminar Shifting AiR Strategies. Anne, Anna and Kosta contributed each with their own piece.

Anne Breure, Shifting

Anna Moreno, Deep Play

Kosta Tonev, Exi(s)t

Download the full program here.

Shifting AiR Strategies was a cooperation with id11, Transartists/DutchCulture and Satellietgroup and was organized within the frameworks of: CreArt - Network of Cities for Artistic Creation and Mutual artist-in-residence Impulse Russia-Netherlands.



Artist-run initiative Satellietgroep was founded in 2006 in The Hague, The Netherlands. The Netherlands has a rich cultural and innovative relationship with the sea. Satellietgroep has an embedded art and culture approach to researching how the sea and waterways influence cities, people, communities and environment. We research the pressure on the public, social and cultural use of waterfronts, and develop new concepts and strategies for a new approach to future sea and coastal urban areas.

Satellietgroep programs Badgast - research based artist in residence, outdoor cinema and talks, all concerning the sea. Badgast is located in the middle of the surfing village FAST, the Urban Beach Community at the hinge point of promenade and harbor in The Hague at Scheveningen. We invite artists and scientists to jointly develop and present research articulating a cultural, innovative and sustainable significance of the sea and its coasts. In close collaboration with international artists, scientists, curators and guest curators, Satellietgroep develops a contemporary Sea Collection On Coastal Transitions, with exchange projects in The Netherlands and abroad.

Together with ID11, TransArtists/DutchCulture and Satellietgroep Wander organised the seminar Shifting AiR Strategies on December 14th 2013.