Grounded Studio Elmo Vermijs

2019-01-22 06:00
架构师提供的文本描述。Terschellinger Polder及其使用者的未来是什么?埃尔莫·韦尔米耶斯在今年早些时候的Oerol节上展示了禁足。这个项目是特谢林格·波德长期盘存的结果.以草甸鸟类为标志,埃尔莫·韦尔米杰(ElmoVermijs)调查了这一正面临越来越大压力的古老文化景观的健康状况。沼泽及其使用者的未来是什么?这两部独立的作品,“声音镜”和“透视”,展示了这个地区是如何从海洋向沼泽和生产地转变的,以及草甸鸟的命运是如何随着它的变化而变化的。超过7500人参观了禁地。
Text description provided by the architects. What is the future of the Terschellinger polder and its users? Elmo Vermijs presented GROUNDED earlier this year during the Oerol Festival. This project is the result of a long-term inventory of the Terschellinger Polder. With the meadow birds as an indicator, Elmo Vermijs investigated the wellbeing of this ancient cultural landscape that is under increasing pressure. What is the future of the polder and its users? Two separate works, SOUNDMIRROR and PERSPECTIVE, show how the area transformed from sea to polder and production ground, and how the fate of the meadow bird changed with it. Over 7500 people visited GROUNDED.
Text description provided by the architects. What is the future of the Terschellinger polder and its users? Elmo Vermijs presented GROUNDED earlier this year during the Oerol Festival. This project is the result of a long-term inventory of the Terschellinger Polder. With the meadow birds as an indicator, Elmo Vermijs investigated the wellbeing of this ancient cultural landscape that is under increasing pressure. What is the future of the polder and its users? Two separate works, SOUNDMIRROR and PERSPECTIVE, show how the area transformed from sea to polder and production ground, and how the fate of the meadow bird changed with it. Over 7500 people visited GROUNDED.
 © Elmo Vermijs
.Elmo Vermijs
Sound镜像Elmo Vermijs使用粪便、堆肥和海泥来发出草甸鸟的声音,它们的食物来源依赖于这些材料,而对于游人来说,这些声音是可以听到的。混凝土音响镜,作为第一次世界大战中接近敌机的预警系统的巨型结构,激发了埃尔莫·韦尔米耶(Elmo Vermijs)的这种装置。
Soundmirror Elmo Vermijs used manure, compost, and sea clay from them to make the sounds of the meadow birds, which depend on these materials for their food supply, audible for visitors of the polder. Concrete sound mirrors, the giant structures that functioned as an early warning system for approaching enemy aircraft in the First World War, inspired Elmo Vermijs to make this installation.
Soundmirror Elmo Vermijs used manure, compost, and sea clay from them to make the sounds of the meadow birds, which depend on these materials for their food supply, audible for visitors of the polder. Concrete sound mirrors, the giant structures that functioned as an early warning system for approaching enemy aircraft in the First World War, inspired Elmo Vermijs to make this installation.
 © Elmo Vermijs
.Elmo Vermijs
 
 © Elmo Vermijs
.Elmo Vermijs
本次展览以11位当前用户的故事为基础,考察了这座城池的起源和文化历史发展。参观者被邀请穿过一层堆肥,从鸟眼的角度来看这片草地,并思考一个问题:这块土地的所有者是谁?在展览会上,出版了一本出版物。如果您有兴趣的副本,请发送电子邮件至info@elmovermijs.com。该出版物以印刷品和电子书形式出版.
Perspectief This exhibition examines the origin and cultural-historical development of the polder based on stories of eleven current users. Visitors are invited to walk across a layer of compost and view the polder from a birds-eye perspective and to reflect on the question: who is the owner of this land? On the occasion of the exhibition, a publication was published. If you are interested in a copy, please send an email to info@elmovermijs.com. The publication is available in print and e-book.
Perspectief This exhibition examines the origin and cultural-historical development of the polder based on stories of eleven current users. Visitors are invited to walk across a layer of compost and view the polder from a birds-eye perspective and to reflect on the question: who is the owner of this land? On the occasion of the exhibition, a publication was published. If you are interested in a copy, please send an email to info@elmovermijs.com. The publication is available in print and e-book.
 © Elmo Vermijs
.Elmo Vermijs
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

                    

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