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Organisaties die deelnemen aan MASFOR vertellen over hun visie en activiteiten in artikelen voor #herecomestheflood publicatie en hun activiteiten worden creatief in beeld gebracht door Rem, die eerder grote waardering oogstte voor zijn projecten Zeeuws Meisje #gelijkheid, #vrijheid en #broederschap . Door de bijzondere fotografie kregen de sociale thema’s veel media-aandacht in Zeeland en ver daarbuiten. De Zeeuws Meisje tentoonstellingen waren onder andere te zien in Den Haag, New York en Michigan.

 

De activiteiten van het MASFOR Klimaat en Water Netwerk kunnen door verschillende deelnemers onder de aandacht worden gebracht bij lokale en landelijke media. Ze worden  bovendien gedeeld via #makeastandfortheenvironment en www.masfor.org, ondersteund door de aanspreken beelden van Rem.

Impression of the exhibition at Royal Schiphol Airport
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Impression of the exhibition at Royal Schiphol Airport

Over a period of 6 months #herecomestheflood is exhibited on E-pier at Royal Schiphol Airport. With an average of 5.900.000 yearly visitors and average dwelling time of 90 minutes a perfect place to confront the audience in a positive way on watermanagement in The Netherlands. #herecomestheflood Without its dikes, dunes and pumping stations, 25% of the Netherlands would be under water – and sea levels are rising. Hoping to inspire change, Rem has found a creative, engaging way to visualise this sobering reality in Zeeuws Meisje #water. In numerous places across the country, an acrobat balancing on a tall ladder is indicating the level the water would reach if it wasn’t for all the measures taken to protect the land. The costume the acrobats are wearing refers to the regional dress of Zeeland, the part of the Netherlands most vulnerable to the sea. From the deep of a sluice to tourist landmarks and the fruit trees in bloom, the vulnerability is both palpable and surreal. Collaborating closely with local organisations and authorities involved with water awareness, Rem seeks to open up candid discussions about the consequences of the rising water – and what we can do about it. For #herecomestheflood Rem teams up with: Unesco Geopark Schelde Delta i.o. City of Amsterdam Regional Public Water Authority Amstel, Gooi and Vecht Province of Zeeland Watersnoodmuseum NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research Haarlemmermeermuseum and the Cruquius Rem is an ambassador to the Unesco Geopark Schelde Delta i.o. and Zuidwestelijke Delta. Contact: Rem van den Bosch remvandenbosch@gmail.com www.masfor.org
Impression of the exhibition at Royal Schiphol Airport
01:05

Impression of the exhibition at Royal Schiphol Airport

Over a period of 6 months #herecomestheflood is exhibited on E-pier at Royal Schiphol Airport. With an average of 5.900.000 yearly visitors and average dwelling time of 90 minutes a perfect place to confront the audience in a positive way on watermanagement in The Netherlands. #herecomestheflood Without its dikes, dunes and pumping stations, 25% of the Netherlands would be under water – and sea levels are rising. Hoping to inspire change, Rem has found a creative, engaging way to visualise this sobering reality in Zeeuws Meisje #water. In numerous places across the country, an acrobat balancing on a tall ladder is indicating the level the water would reach if it wasn’t for all the measures taken to protect the land. The costume the acrobats are wearing refers to the regional dress of Zeeland, the part of the Netherlands most vulnerable to the sea. From the deep of a sluice to tourist landmarks and the fruit trees in bloom, the vulnerability is both palpable and surreal. Collaborating closely with local organisations and authorities involved with water awareness, Rem seeks to open up candid discussions about the consequences of the rising water – and what we can do about it. For #herecomestheflood Rem teams up with: Unesco Geopark Schelde Delta i.o. City of Amsterdam Regional Public Water Authority Amstel, Gooi and Vecht Province of Zeeland Watersnoodmuseum NIOZ Royal Netherlands Institute for Sea Research Haarlemmermeermuseum and the Cruquius Rem is an ambassador to the Unesco Geopark Schelde Delta i.o. and Zuidwestelijke Delta. Contact: Rem van den Bosch remvandenbosch@gmail.com www.masfor.org

E-Pier Royal Schiphol Airport

Presentatie 6 maanden E-Pier Royal Schiphol Airport. Jaarlijks 5.900.000 bezoekers, ‘average dwelling time’ van 90 minuten en locatie waar de bezoeker op een spontane en positieve manier wordt geconfronteerd met vormgeving en leven met water in Nederland.