At the invitation of FLACC
Wapke Feenstra’s (NL) project Moving Landscapes centers on the changing landscape in Limburg. pit gives the starting shot for a series of Wapke’s presentations in Limburg.
Moving Landscapes shows six locations in Limburg where the land has been worked: a potato field in Vroenhoven, a gravel pit in Dilsen-Stokkem, a piece of heath land in Helchteren with grazing cattle, a slag heap under environmental management in Genk, suction dredgers in Lommel and an apple orchard in Borgloon. Products of the primary industry are processed and must find their way to the consumer. In 2010, Wapke Feenstra followed the workers and the products of this ever changing landscape and created a series of photos from this. The six locations are also presented in a series of animations, in which their geology has been altered. You can view Bewegend Landschap on location, but also at home on the internet.
. 5 June to 30 September, 2011
. Stoomstroopfabriek Borgloon, tijdens the kick off moment on June 5. As of June 6 the installation will be moved to Toerism Borgloon, Stadhuis Markt z/n.