ENG// The Unifiedfield is an independent art space and artist-run organization focusing on the experimental aspects of sound, video and performance art. It previously occupied a traditional complex amongst rice fields in Yogyakarta (Indonesia), subsequently moving into a cave in Granada (Spain) before settling in an antique building nestled in Granada’s historic Moorish quarters, the Albayzín, where it has been running its artist residency for the last three years. In 2013 The Unifiedfield initiated its Nomadic Artist-in-Residence Program in The Philippines and it is planning to establish a permanent residency in Siargao island in the near future.
ES// The Unifiedfield / el campo unificado es un colectivo de artistas autogestionado y espacio artístico independiente centrado en los aspectos experimentales del sonido, el vídeo y el arte de performance. The Unifiedfield instaló su primera sede en un complejo tradicional rodeado de arrozales en Yogyakarta (Indonesia); posteriormente se trasladó a una cueva en Granada (España), para finalmente establecerse en un antiguo edificio ubicado en el barrio histórico del Albayzín, donde los últimos tres años se ha llevado a cabo una residencia artística. En 2013 The Unifiedfield inició un programa nómada de artistas en residencia en Filipinas y en un futuro próximo establecerá una residencia permanente en la isla de Siargao.
Singaporean Experimental Artists at The Unifiedfield AIR Programme. Organised by The Unifiedfield with the support of The Substation and the National Arts Council.
The Unifiedfield is proud to present the outcome of the projects produced by the experimental Singaporean artists who participated since 2012 at The Unifiedfield´s Artist-in-Residence (AIR) Programme in Granada, Spain. A showcase with live performances, experimental music, screenings, artist talks and workshops. 23, 24, 25th January 2015 at The Substation gallery in Singapore, coinciding with the Singapore Art Week. Artists: Zulkifle Mahmod, Kai Lam, Zihan Loo, Harry Chew, Angie Seah, Bani Haykal and Shahila Baharom, Shaun Sankaran and Natasha Noor, Tania De Rozario, Tara Transitory aka One Man Nation, Marta Moreno Muñoz.
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Next artists at The Unifiedfield Nomadic Artist-in-Residence Program in The Philippines:
- October 2014: Dienke Groenhout and family (Olango island – Cebu -Davao city)
- December 2014: Sarah Dahnke (Olango island)
- January 2015: Feliz Lucia Molina & Ben Segal (Olango island, Cebu).
- March – May 2015: Stine Gro (Ayoke island, Davao, Batu, Leyte).
Dienke Groenhout is an Interdisciplinary artist born in 1973 in Wageningen, The Netherlands. She graduated at the Minerva Art Academy in Groningen with an animated Road Movie. After a period of focussing mainly on painting and drawings, she shifted to installation building in 2004 making this her core business. ‘Interactive installations ask a direct participation of the public and that makes working as an artist much fun.’ In all the work is a strong element of story telling. Next to the installation building she has set up a Children’s Art School in 2011: the Makefactory. And in the same year became project developer at GBK, a professional artist network.
Dienke is traveling with her family, her husband Oscar and 4 children aged 4, 6, 8 and 10 around the world. The whole family will participate in giving Makefactory workshops during the travels. And Dienke herself is making a traveling artist project and exhibiting on location during the travels. By doing so they hope to connect to the local communities and children and bring joy and creativity and intercultural exchange.
Dienke Groenhout is giving The Makefactory, an art workshop to orphans in the Field of Dreams Orphanage and to Brgy. Mintal community children on October 25 and 26, 2014 respectively. She is currently doing a two-week residency in Davao City under The Unifiedfield Nomadic Artist In Residence Program in the Philippines. Made possible also with support from Swito Twins. Inc, Brgy. Mintal, and Latagaw-Lamdag Society.
* Updated page with Dienke´s projects and events in The Philippines, organized by The Unifiedfield: http://www.theunifiedfield.org/archives/4037