Platforms, Policies, Technologies
Mind Design, Niels Schrader, Martijn de Heer
17 x 22 cm
Date of Release: November 2019
Translation: Michael Meert (Dutch/English)
Image editing: Sanneke Huisman, Marga van Mechelen, assisted by Maan Meelker
Glossary: Sanneke Huisman, Eleonoor Jap Sam, Alexandre Michaan, Marga van Mechelen, assisted by Zoë Spaaij
Printing, lithography and binding: robstolk®
Project coordination and publisher: Eleonoor Jap Sam
Una breve historia del video arte holandes
23,5 x 17,5
English / Spanish
This publication has been made possible thanks to generous contributions from the Mondriaan Foundation and Mama Cash, Amsterdam.
Awarded 'Best Dutch Book Design 2005'
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fotograaf in Rotterdam 1927 - 1942 | photographer in Rotterdam 1927 - 1942 | Fotograf in Rotterdam 1927 -1942
Reynoud Homan i.s.m. /i.c.w. Koen van der Weide
17 x 21
Dutch | English | German
Translation Dutch/English Perla Jap Sam / Dutch/German Andrea Prins
This publication is made possible by the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds, the Gemeentearchief Rotterdam, Stichting Bevordering van Volkskracht, and the Nederlands Fotomuseum.
Release date: January 2011
Robbie Corenlissen & Karin van Dam
Release date: April 2023
This publication is published by Jap Sam Books i.c.w. Museum Rijswijk, on the occasion of the exhibition Robbie Cornelissen & Karin van Dam. The Undercurrent in Museum Rijswijk (March 26th - June 11th, 2023).
The publication and the exhibition have been supported by a financial contribution from the Prins Bernhard Culture Fund and the Mondriaan Fund.
| A collaboration between artists Robbie Cornelissen and Karin van Dam
16 x 23.5 cm
This publication was made possible with support by the Mondriaan Stichting and the Amsterdam Fund for the Art.
We like to thank the Tropentheater Amsterdam and Tropenmuseum Collection.
This publication is published by Jap Sam Books in cooperation with Agentur
Release date: December 2010
Charlotte de Goey
14.8 x 21 cm
Release date: November 2021
Made possible through the support of Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow University of Glasgow, Creative Scotland, Daiwa Foundation, CBK Rotterdam, An Tobar & Mull Theatre, Dutch Embassy London and the CUSP Programme, University of Glasgow
The book was presented in a launch event in Glasgow during the COP26 climate summit. This event was part of Dislocations, an international group exhibition on art and landscape which took place in the Hunterian Art Gallery in Glasgow, 8 October – 5 December 2021, curated by Dominic Paterson, Curator of Contemporary Art, University of Glasgow.
The film element of the Floating Worlds project is presented by An Tobar & Mull Theatre in Tobermory and the Hunterian Museum and Gallery Glasgow in Autumn 2021.
The project has been created in association with the residency programme, KNOCKvologan on the west coast of the Isle of Mull. Writer Miek Zwamborn and designer Rutger Emmelkamp, who live an work in this community, collaborated on the coordination of the film.
Erraid Sound – Floating Worlds is an artist book and a short film by the renowned Scottish theatre director Graham Eatough and the Dutch visual artist Andre Dekker, known for his public art with Observatorium.
September 2020 the artists spent one month in the remote coastal landscape to research Erraid Sound, the tidal flat between the Ross of Mull and the Island of Erraid. Through an exploration of our relationship with the natural environment the project offers an artistic response in drawing, writing and film to some of today’s most pressing issues: our changing climate, rising sea levels, and an ageing and sometimes isolated population.
The book contains texts and images that tell the story of a family living in a remote coastal community dealing with a recent bereavement and the elemental forces that shape their lives on a daily basis. Liz has returned to the remote family home to visit her father Martin, who has recently lost his wife and her mother, Anne. Liz needs Martin to sell the house to free up some much-needed capital. Martin is intent on seeing out his days there, no matter how clearly the house seems to be crumbling around him. The daughter Eileen is able to assist him in his final wishes but also has her own agenda. Together, they must navigate their way through these life-changing moments as outside Anne’s ghost haunts the beach in front of the house and the tide continues to rise.
A key inspiration for this project comes from both artists’ long-standing interest in Japanese culture, landscape, and the theatrical stagings of the intimate relationships between people and nature seen in Noh theatre. The story draws on the Noh play Sumidagawa about a grieving mother in search of her lost son, who navigates her way across an inhospitable river to unsuspectingly discover his shrine. The project draws on Noh’s use of masks, music, dance and ceremony, as well as referencing the first Noh performances presented on dried riverbeds.
15 x 20 cm
English (translations Dirk Verbiest)
With text contributions by Andrea Cinel and An van. Dienderen.
Co-publisher: Argos Centre for Art & Media, Brussels. Argos is the leading national institute for art film and video in Brussels. Argos was the first—and still is—the most complete art centre devoted to this recent art form in Belgium. Argos’ expertise with regard to the conservation, restoration, production and presentation of art films and videos is widely recognized. www.argosarts.org
Made possible with the support of the Mondriaan Fund.
Raymond Depardon. Fotograaf en filmmaker