Language 
English, Dutch
Founded 
2003, residency in Rutten since 2013
Duration 
1 month
Paid by artist 

The cost for the AiR with room private bathroom, excluding meals is, €650,- per month. For 2 persons the price is an additional €150,-. A shorter working period is possible for €25,- p.p. a day. If the room is not taken by an Artist-in-Residence the room is available as B&B.

Application guidelines 

Artists of all disciplines who need a place where they can focus and concentrate on their work or on a project and artists whose work has a relation with this special area are especially welcome. Artists who temporarily need more space, can make use of a huge workshop. The application form and more information can be found on the website.

Deadline

Deadline 
ongoing

id11

id11

Rutten, Noordoostpolder

Description 

Artist initiative id11 organises artist residencies and provides exhibition spaces where artistic experimentation is nurtured. From 2008 -2014 id11 organised Artist-in-Residence programs hosted at temporary locations in Delft and since 2013, id11 has a permanent Artist-in-Residence program at a farm in the Noordoostpolder, the Netherlands. id11 is formed by an artist and a projectleader, who in addition to their own (artist) practice realise (AiR) projects with the foundation of id11.

Outcome 

Forms of (public) presentations can be discussed according to each guest's interests

Accommodation Information 

'Het Tijdelijk Verblijf' is the name of the living accommodation of the resident artist. The AiR is a pleasant room which brings you back to a 1970's atmosphere. The room has a private bathroom with shower and toilet and is suitable for a maximum two of persons. In Spring/Summer months we also offer the Carvan Club as a second possible AiR accommodation. The caravan is suitable for one person and has, dependant on the number of resident artists, a shared badroom. A third AiR accommodation is the attic of the stable, used in the Sping/Summer for small groups, like theater groups or bands. Internet is available.

The nearest store is 6 km away, but every week, on Monday, the area is served by a SRV (mobile store). Because the stores are not just around the corner. id11 offers the possibility to join the vegetarian and organic meals (an extra charge for food will be required).

Studio Information 

For working space id11 has different possibilities. There is a large outdoor area, a workshop, a shed and a studio. In consultation it will be verified which option is the most suitable.

Location 

The Artist-in-Residence is located in Rutten. Rutten is situated in the Noordoostpolder (North-East-polder) and is a part of Flevoland the youngest province in the Netherlands. Rutten is the most Northern village of the North-East polder. The first farms/houses of Rutten date back to 1953. Rutten is located in a predominantly agricultural area. The Noordoostpolder is an area of new land extracted from the sea and devised on the drawing table by Cornelis Lely. Whose 1891 plan formed the basis for what were to become the Zuiderzee Works. 'Zuiderzeewerken' are a man made system of dams, land reclamation and water drainage works, the largest hydraulic engineering project undertaken by the Netherlands during the twentieth century. The project involved the damming of the Zuiderzee, a large, shallow inlet of the North Sea, and the reclamation of land in the newly enclosed water using polders. Its main purposes are to improve flood protection and create additional land for agriculture. In the 1930's the Zuiderzee was closed to the North Sea. Since then, it has been called the IJsselmeer. The Noordoostpolder was fully drained on 9 September 1942. The Noordoostpolder area is characterised by agriculture, fruit growing, tulip fields and the tulip route. The open space of the Noordoostpolder is impressive; it is a place where you can once again admire the stars. At the same time you are within reach of cities such as Leeuwarden, Zwolle and Lelystad. In the neighborhood there are two museums. Museum Schokland is located in the old village, which was an island before the process of drainage. Museum Nagele is located in the new village, which was designed by i.a. Gerrit Rietveld in the 1950's. Nagele is the last of ten villages in the Noordoostpolder.

Address: 
IJzerpad 17
8313 PJ Rutten
Netherlands
Website 
http://www.id11.nl

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