• 11,000円以上ご購入で全国送料無料
Roel Meelkop & Marco Douma // Hoek CD + ARTBOOK

Roel Meelkop & Marco Douma // Hoek CD + ARTBOOK

  • Availability:

オランダの大御所実験音楽家Roel Meelkopと同国映像作家Marco Doumaが、2022年1月にesc. recから50部限定でリリースしたCD+写真集です。

彼らがオランダ南西部Hoek van Hollandで行った展覧会用に制作した作品です。写真集には展覧会で使用した映像作品のスティルが掲載されています。

レーベルその他作品はこちら /// Click here to see more Esc.rec. releases available at Tobira.

-------------------------

Edition of 50.

Text by Esc.rec.:

"This CD and handmade book contain the sound piece and stills from the video work. The book was reproduced with a Nashuatec 1505 copier (which gives it a nice gritty look) and cut/folded/assembled by Roel Meelkop, Marco Douma, Jeroen Diepenmaat and Harco Rutgers (see last photo). The video work is accessible via a password-protected link, also included in the book.

***

" In 2012 Roel Meelkop was asked to participate in an exhibition in the small town of Hoek van Holland, which is part of the greater Rotterdam area.

Hoek van Holland, or as most people call it, ‘de Hoek’ (literally Corner of Holland, or ‘the Corner’) was originally built in the late 19th century as a defence for the Port of Rotterdam. In World War II it became part of the defence line of the Nazi’s called the Atlantikwall. They built vast underground bunkers in the dunes, many of which are still intact. Some of these are open for public, but most are closed or only accessible to a selected few. The other side of the river shows the industry of the Port of Rotterdam, mainly lots of cranes (un)loading containers from the huge ships that bring them here. But de Hoek is also a seaside resort with wide beaches and matching beach clubs, assuring a wide range of entertainment. And, last but not least, de Hoek has a beautiful dune landscape, giving home to flora and fauna that cannot be found elsewhere.

This mix of activities is something very unique to the town and reason for Roel to ask video artist Marco Douma to collaborate on the project. This resulted in a sound/video performance in one of the beach clubs in 2012. In this live installation called ‘Atlantic Wall’ they focused on Hoek’s surroundings. In 2014 they were asked to participate in a new exhibition in de Hoek. That year they decided to go down into the bunkers, resulting in the sound/video installation ‘Kiel’ in one of the bunkers that is normally closed to the public.

In the years after this Roel and Marco fantasised about the idea to combine the material of both works in a third edition, which resulted in a sound/video piece in 2020, titled 'Hoek'."

Artist : Roel Meelkop & Marco Douma

Label : Esc.rec.

+ -

オランダの大御所実験音楽家Roel Meelkopと同国映像作家Marco Doumaが、2022年1月にesc. recから50部限定でリリースしたCD+写真集です。

彼らがオランダ南西部Hoek van Hollandで行った展覧会用に制作した作品です。写真集には展覧会で使用した映像作品のスティルが掲載されています。

レーベルその他作品はこちら /// Click here to see more Esc.rec. releases available at Tobira.

-------------------------

Edition of 50.

Text by Esc.rec.:

"This CD and handmade book contain the sound piece and stills from the video work. The book was reproduced with a Nashuatec 1505 copier (which gives it a nice gritty look) and cut/folded/assembled by Roel Meelkop, Marco Douma, Jeroen Diepenmaat and Harco Rutgers (see last photo). The video work is accessible via a password-protected link, also included in the book.

***

" In 2012 Roel Meelkop was asked to participate in an exhibition in the small town of Hoek van Holland, which is part of the greater Rotterdam area.

Hoek van Holland, or as most people call it, ‘de Hoek’ (literally Corner of Holland, or ‘the Corner’) was originally built in the late 19th century as a defence for the Port of Rotterdam. In World War II it became part of the defence line of the Nazi’s called the Atlantikwall. They built vast underground bunkers in the dunes, many of which are still intact. Some of these are open for public, but most are closed or only accessible to a selected few. The other side of the river shows the industry of the Port of Rotterdam, mainly lots of cranes (un)loading containers from the huge ships that bring them here. But de Hoek is also a seaside resort with wide beaches and matching beach clubs, assuring a wide range of entertainment. And, last but not least, de Hoek has a beautiful dune landscape, giving home to flora and fauna that cannot be found elsewhere.

This mix of activities is something very unique to the town and reason for Roel to ask video artist Marco Douma to collaborate on the project. This resulted in a sound/video performance in one of the beach clubs in 2012. In this live installation called ‘Atlantic Wall’ they focused on Hoek’s surroundings. In 2014 they were asked to participate in a new exhibition in de Hoek. That year they decided to go down into the bunkers, resulting in the sound/video installation ‘Kiel’ in one of the bunkers that is normally closed to the public.

In the years after this Roel and Marco fantasised about the idea to combine the material of both works in a third edition, which resulted in a sound/video piece in 2020, titled 'Hoek'."

Artist : Roel Meelkop & Marco Douma

Label : Esc.rec.