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Wapke Feenstra – Moving Landscape

The Moving Landscape presentation at Borgloon town hall has been extended until October 31st 2011. The project was mounted at the invitation of FLACC and is part of Z-OUT’s project PIT.
For further information: www.z33.be

Wapke Feenstra in PIT/Z-OUT and C-MINE

Sibelco – Lommel, Sonnisheide – Helchteren, Waterschei Terril – Genk, Bichterweerd – Dilsen-Stokkem, Aardappelveld – Vroenhoven, Boomgaard – Borgloon
Every landscape is impressive when you get to know its geology. After a lot of scouring, shifting and a couple of natural disasters, Limburg is now a habitable piece of earth’s crust. It is cultivated and the landscape produces quartz sand, potatoes, apples and gravel. The landscape continues to move and the product travels to the consumer. Cultivators look after the natural habitat using sheep or create a new one after soil extraction. Dutch artist Wapke Feenstra photographed the moving landscape in six Limburg locations for a year. The results of this journey are on show during PIT/Z-OUT. Simultaneously you can see the slide-shows in C-mine and on www.bewegendlandschap.be.

We would like to thank:
Luc Bessendorffer, Bichterweerd, Henri Bonen, Koen Caerels, Cathy Blervacq, Chris Coenegrachts, Jan Cuyvers, Roger Delaet, Willem J.M. Duijnstee, Michiel Dusar, Dirk Faes, P.A. van Gijsel, Christof Haesen, Heempark Genk, Xavier Huyghen, Myriam Jaspers-Vendrix, Luc Libot, Koen Martens, McCain, Joris Mentens, NMBS, Rudi Pieters, Pierre Prikken, Gerry Rentmeester, Johan en Carla Schouteden, Sibelco, Salvatore Spina, Hugo Struyven, Geert Thijs, Luc Vanoppen, Rene Vertommen, Mathieu Vranken en de fam. Wemmenhove.

PIT/Z-OUT, 5TH OF JUNE 2011
location: Stroopfabriek Borgloon, Stationsstraat 54, Borgloon
14h welcome
Welcome by Jan Boelen (artistic director Z33 – curator pit) – Steve Stevaert (chairman of the Z-OUT group) – Eric Awouters (mayor of Borgloon) – Gilbert Van Baelen (deputy of the Province of Limburg).
15h & 15h30 start of guided bicycle ride
Ride your bicycle alongside the locations that will exhibit the new artworks during the coming year. Bring your own bike – start at the steam syrup distillery.
From 15h conversations with artists
Intimate conversations with artists in the tent village of Dré Wapenaar including Fred Eerdekens, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, Dré Wapenaar and Wapke Feenstra. More information on the spot.

From 6th of June the installation moves to the Tourism office in Borgloon.
location: Stadhuis Markt z/n 3840 Borgloon
open:
mo - fri 9h00 - 12h00 and 12h30 - 17h00
sa, sun - and holidays 10h00 - 12h00 and 12h30 - 17h00

more info:
www.Z33.be
www.kunstinlimburg.be

C-MINE, FROM 8TH OF JUNE UNTIL 31TH AUGUST 2011
location: Main Building C-mine, C-Mine 10, 3600 Genk

Moving Landscape, Wapke Feenstra

On Saturday, September 26, 2009, in announcing the project, Wapke Feenstra initiates a gathering to which people who will be involved in the future tours are invited. The aim of the weekend is for people to get to know one another and familiarise themselves with the locations.
In order to acquaint people with the project, FLACC is hosting a lecture in which the artist's work will be introduced and the plan explained to the participants. At the same time a meal will be provided, encouraging conversation to continue in an informal manner. Applesauce made from the apples in the orchard will be served, together with fries from the farmer’s potatoes and lamb stew from the shepherd’s flock.
From all six locations material relating to the movement of each product will be available. Participants and guests can write down their ideas on blackboards. On completion of the workshop and based on a shared interest in the moving landscape, an initial approach will be taken to creating a new network.

Moving Landscape, Wapke Feenstra
Saturday 26 September 2009, 5pm – 8pm
FLACC – Casino Modern, André Dumontlaan 2
B-3600 Genk
From 6pm onwards: applesauce out of the apple orchard, and fries from the potato farmer, lamb stew from the shepherd he lecture and the meal are free, but the number of places is limited. Please confirm your availability to Sarah Indeherberge on 089/ 84 52 23 or via email sarah@flacc.info.

Wapke Feenstra

Moving Landscape

In 2010, Wapke Feenstra explores the Limburg landscape by following the movements of land-related products.

Artists:

Partners
Sibelco – Lommel, Sonnisheide – Helchteren, Waterschei Terril – Genk, Bichterweerd – Dilsen-Stokkem, Aardappelveld – Vroenhoven, Boomgaard – Borgloon

Reallisatie presentatie

Fonds BKVB

Thanks to:
Luc Bessendorffer, Bichterweerd, Henri Boonen, Koen Caerels, Cathy Blervacq, Chris Coenegrachts, Jan Cuyvers, Roger Delaet, Willem J.M. Duijnstee, Michiel Dusar, Dirk Faes, P.A. van Gijsel, Christof Haesen, Heempark Genk, Xavier Huyghen, Myriam Jaspers-Vendrix, Luc Libot, Koen Martens, McCain, Joris Mentens, NMBS, Rudi Pieters, Pierre Prikken, Gerry Rentmeester, Johan en Carla Schouteden, Sibelco, Salvatore Spina, Hugo Struyven, Geert Thijs, Luc Vanoppen, Rene Vertommen, Mathieu Vranken en de fam. Wemmenhove.

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