GROUNDED by Studio Elmo Vermijs

What is the future of the Terschellinger polder and its users?

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感谢 Studio Elmo Vermijs 予gooood分享以下内容。
Appreciation towards Studio Elmo Vermijs for providing the following description:

Elmo Vermijs工作室在2018年初的Oerol音乐节上推出了其新的作品“触地”(GROUNDED)。该项目是工作室对Terschellinger围垦地长期调研的成果。设计团队对这一古老的、面临着压力的文化景观进行了深入考察,最终创造出两个独立的作品,旨在展示场地从海洋到围垦地和农田的演变过程,以及在此栖居的草甸鸟的命运如何随之发生改变。已有超过7500名游客参观过这项作品。

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 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.

▼“触地”(GROUNDED)是对Terschellinger围垦地长期调研的成果,GROUNDED is the result of a long-term inventory of the Terschellinger Polder

 

声镜 | SOUNDMIRROR

工作室利用肥料和海泥来吸引草甸鸟,从而收集它们的声音,使过往的游客能够听到。声镜本身由混凝土构成,其设计灵感源于第一次世界大战中的一种能够感知有敌机接近的报警系统。

Elmo Vermijs used manure, compost, and sea clay 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 early warning system for approaching enemy aircraft in the First World War, inspired Elmo Vermijs to make this installation.

▼装置外观,exterior view

▼游客能够从声镜中听到草甸鸟的声音,the sounds of the meadow birds are audible for visitors of the polder

▼装置细部,detailed view

▼3d透视图,3d drawing

▼顶部平面图,top view

 

 

“PERSPECTIEF”展览 | PERSPECTIEF

该展览以11位用户的经历为基础,探究了围垦地的文化和历史发展。参观者将从覆盖着肥料的地面上走过,以鸟瞰的视角来获取展览信息,并在这一过程中产生如下思考:“谁才是这片土地的主人?”

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 bird’s-eye perspective and to reflect on the question: who is the owner of this land?

▼展览现场,exhibition venue

▼展览信息布置在覆盖着肥料的地面上,visitors are invited to walk across a layer of compost and view the polder from a bird’s-eye perspective

该展览的出版物可发送邮件至info@elmovermijs.com获取,包括印刷版和电子版。
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.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Elmo Vermijs
info@elmovermijs.com
www.elmovermijs.com
Vogelbescherming Nederland invited Elmo Vermijs to develop GROUNDED. This project was realized in collaboration with Festival Oerol.
Credits:
Design & Concept: Elmo Vermijs
Graphic Design: Walewijn den Boer
Photography: Elmo Vermijs
Video: Wout BoekelooConstruction: Arie van Ziel
Rammed earth specialist: Charles Thuijls
Materials: Cupcompost & Gerard Cupido
Interviews: several parties from Terschelling

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