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Between the Lines @ Winter sessions

12.02–16.02.2024: V2_ Lab for Unstable Media, Rotterdam, NL

After a first Tryday at V2_ in 2023, artist Marjolijn Dijkman and electro-technician Lukas Pol will further develop the robotic experiments for a new film and sound installation. Between the Lines (in progress) will trace the monumental impact of climate change, industrialization, and the First World War in the polluted and traumatized landscapes of the ‘Zone Rouge’ in the North East of France.

The installation includes a new music composition written by composer Henry Vega and will open in May 2024.

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First WaterLANDS Residency Periods

October-December 2023: WaterLANDS, Ems-Dollard, NL

The residency focuses on ecological restoration in the context of the largest estuary and surrounding landscape in the North of the Netherlands. EU Horizon has funded the selection of six artists to each reflect on one of six different ecological restoration sites in Europe as part of the large-scale and ambitious project ‘WaterLANDS‘ (2023-2026).

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Selected for WaterLANDS Artistic Engagement Residency

2023-2026: Ems-Dollard Estuary, NL

The Horizon 2020 project WaterLANDS (Water-based Solutions for Carbon Storage, People, and Wilderness) has selected six artists to complete a 4-year part-time placement as part of the WaterLANDS Artistic Engagement Residency.

Artists: Maria Nalbantova (Bulgaria), Elo Liiv (Estonia), Christine Mackey (Ireland), Claudio Beorchia (Italy), Marjolijn Dijkman (Netherlands), and Laura Harrington and Fiona MacDonald(Feral Practice) (United Kingdom).

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On-Trade-Off @ Pre-Biennial Research Residency

25 June – 12 July 2023: Manifesta 15, Barcelona, ES

Manifesta 15 Barcelona has created a new framework for social and ecological research, actions and interventions that are being established with ten research participants across Barcelona. In the pre-biennial phase, the selected participants are investigating specific thematic components in the three interconnected nodes identified by the Manifesta 15 team. The collective working within the theme of imagining the future is the transnational collective On-Trade-Off, who will be focusing on energy, post-colonialism and the past and present of the industrial Besòs area.

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Residency Period – Development Performance

26.09–03.10.2022: Q-O2, Brussels, BE

Pom Bouvier b. and Marjolijn Dijkman will further develop their collaborative live performance ‘Electrify Everything’ (worktitle), which reflects on the structuring power of electricity and its relation to extractivism. They both use an experimental technique that brings the organicity back into a phenomenon that by nature is dynamic and living. Jean Katambayi Mukendi has been invited to write a text for the performance based on the language of electricity.

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Workplace for Visual Artists – Research and Production Residency

Throughout 2021: FLACC, Genk, BE

As a workplace for visual artists, FLACC creates the organizational, technical and artistic conditions for the realization of unique artistic projects. Every year FLACC invites a max. 8 artists to set up a new project. They open up their facilities and provide full organizational and artistic support.

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Research Residency

01.04–14.04.2019: HIAP, Helsinki, FI

HIAP offers space for experimental, cross-disciplinary art practices and to actively contribute to topical debates. With on the 3rd of April: Artist Talk at Publics, Helsinki & on the 5th of April: Post-Fossil Transition Project: Learning Circle hosted by Marjolijn Dijkman at HIAP Suomenlinna.

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Research Residency

16.04–06.05.2018: CCS BARD, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY, US

CCS Bard is an exhibition and research center dedicated to the study of art and exhibition practices. In order to make the actual production of art a more palpable part of the graduate program, the Center initiated an artist-in-residence program which allows for one or more artists to spend from a semester to a year at the CCS making new work and engaging with the program in other ways. Research residency for the development of new work.

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Research residency

October 2017: CCS BARD, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY, US

CCS Bard is an exhibition and research center dedicated to the study of art and exhibition practices. In order to make the actual production of art a more palpable part of the graduate program, the Center initiated an artist-in-residence program which allows for one or more artists to spend from a semester to a year at the CCS making new work and engaging with the program in other ways. > Research to be continued spring 2018.

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Research roadtrip The Ultraperipheric

30.03–10.04.2016: New Mexico and Arizona, US

The artists participating in this project have been asked to produce a work that will somehow define the central or peripheral qualities of the location, be it from geographical, political or social perspectives, and possibly come up with different interpretations and ideas for land use.

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The Ultraperipheric

2016: Residencies / Events, LAC / TAAK, Drenthe, NL

The artists participating in this project have been asked to produce a work that will somehow define the central or peripheral qualities of the location, be it from geographical, political or social perspectives, and possibly come up with different interpretations and ideas for land use.