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BORROWED SPACES

is een informeel project waarbij kunstenaars op initiatief van Ronald de Ceuster werk maken en tonen in ruimtes die leeg staan en/of tijdelijk beschikbaar zijn. Het eerste project heeft vijfmaal plaatsgevonden in het vml. ateliergebouw Rollecate in Deventer,

Met de tentoonstelling The Place, The Space is de reeks in Rollecate afgesloten.

Bij deze tentoonstelling is een publicatie uitgekomen met beeldmateriaal van de kunstwerken en het gebouw Rollecate.

Tekst: Alex de Vries

Ontwerp uitnodigingen & publicatie: Studio KERN

De publicatie is hier ONLINE te zien maar ook te bestellen bij:

http://www.oscarlourensbookproduction.org

De tweede reeks Passage heeft zich afgespeeld tussen 2013-2014 in de hal van het atelierpand Panta Rhei in Deventer. Deelnemende kunstenaars waren: Marieke de Jong, Monique Kwist, Nicolette Klerk en Heidi Linck.

In 2016 2017 heeft de derde reeks onder de noemer Depot plaatsgevonden met bijdragen van hellen Abma, Astrid van Loo i.s.m. heleen Simons enn Danielle van Strien.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RONALD DE CEUSTER

 

 

IN SITU 2021

is an art project organized by Ronald de Ceuster (Borrowed Spaces) by invitation of Tonneke van Oss and Lucré Schoorlemmer,
the owners of the residence Casa Madrugada. Casa Madrugada is a very cosy and comfortable house to be.
The house is situated in the small village Murganheira, Portugal.
The art project is like an A.I.R. because artists with different disciplines will work and live for a month on the spot.
The project runs from june 2021 until at least November 2021. Gerard Koek will be the first artist in residence in June.
In July Ernie Bossmann will be the next artist, Anne-Marie van Sprang in August,
Simone de Groot in October and Ienke Kastelein in November. Also Jan Theun van Rees will participate but
the date of his work period is not yet known.
On the land of the house is a small building. This building has one space, one door and one small open window.
The roof is almost flat. It’s around 2,5m x 3m with a height of 2m.
In earlier times the building was used for storing animal feed but nowadays it hasn’t any function at all.
This small building can be seen as an icon or archetypal space. It can be seen as an object or place of refuge.

Ronald de Ceuster will invite the participating artists to take this building as their starting point.
He will ask them to use the building as (research)material in making and developing their artworks
and to keep their work in connection to this space, during their work period of one month.
In that time the artists will live and work alone. Six artists will succeed each other in one and a half year.
At the end of each work period artists will share their experiences and work with the local population of the village.
This will take place in the local bar O telheiro (roof).
During the period there will be a dialogue between the artist and Ronald de Ceuster.
This dialogue will be public. Maybe it will be public by a podcast, a newsletter or by an Vimeo channel.
A publication will be published at the end of the entire art project.
Ronald de Ceuster will be responsible for the publication.
The owners, who live in the Netherlands will be, as far as possible, hostesses.