id11 organizes artist residencies and provides exhibition spaces where artistic experimentation is nurtured. Since 2008, id11 has been organising AiR projects in Delft, The Netherlands. Empty property is temporarily used as living and working space for (international) artists. The houses, apartments, shops or offices themselves are an important factor in the production of the new artworks. Participating artists create site-specific work that relates to the location. id11 has no permanent living or working space in Delft for the realization of projects. Beside the Artist-in-Residence program in Delft, at temporary locations, id11 has a permanent Artist-in-Residence program at a farm in the Noordoostpolder, the Netherlands.
HET TIJDELIJK VERBLIJF is the name of the living accommodation of the resident artist. In Delft id11 has no permanent living- or working spaces for accommodation or the realization of projects but responds to what is available, arises or comes up with a plan for a project. id11’s Artist-in-Residence program dependents on the availability of the temporary spaces. During the residence in 2014 id11 will provide housing in 8 caravans for the 8 participating artists at the work location at Lijm & Cultuur. There will be also a shared living space and kitchen available.
In 2014 id11 will cooperate again with the Car Art festival and therefore the studio space will be realised at the festival area at the old glue factory Lijm & Cultuur (www.lijmencultuur.com). The residence program takes two months (June 15th till August 15th 2014) and will be concluded with a presentation as a part of the Car Art festival. Participating artists will present their work during the artist talk and be in dialogue with the public. Other forms of public presentations can be discussed according to each guest’s interests.
Delft is a city and municipality in the province of South Holland (Zuid-Holland), The Netherlands. It is located between Rotterdam and The Hague. Delft is primarily known for its typically Dutch town centre (with canals); also for the painter Vermeer, Delft Blue pottery (Delftware), the Delft University of Technology, and its association with the Dutch royal family, the House of Orange-Nassau.