Landmakerskabinet presented during the NOVI lancering 2020



The ‘Landmakerskabinet’ is an installation of (fictive) tools that support ways of working on a future, more sustainable, cooperative and holistic practice and environment. It makes complex challenges tangible and manageable in a visual and slightly humouristic way. As such, the ‘Landmakerskabinet’ provides language and images to address the thresholds and pitfalls in the practice of pioneers, that otherwise would remain unsaid or inside a blackbox. The ‘Landmakerskabinet’ can be used as a tool (or toolkit) for reflection, in workshops or intervision sessions, e.g.

Landmakerskabinet in use during the NOVI Conference at Leidse Schouwburg in Leiden, March 30st 2021. Thanks to Suzanne Potjer for presenting.

The ‘Landmakerskabinet’ was developed for the exhibition ‘Places of Hope’ in Leeuwarden, cultural capital 2018, in collaboration with and commissioned by Maarten Hajer and Michiel van Iersel (curators) and the ministry of Internal Affaires (BZK). The installation is currently owned by and presented at the ministry of Internal affairs, the Hague.

Landmakers using the Landmakerskabinet at the University of Hope, Places of Hope, Leeuwarden 2018
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The ‘Landmakerskabinet’ was presented at:

  • 2019 – heden Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken en Koninkrijksrelaties, Den Haag, workshopruimte
  • 2021 NOVI Conferentie, Leidse Schouwburg, Leiden – Thanks to Suzanne Potjer for presenting.
  • 2019 NOVI Lancering, Vijfhuizen
  • 2018 – 2019 Places of Hope, Kanselarij Leeuwarden, Leeuwarden Culturele Hoofdstad, curators: Maarten Hajer (Urban Futures Studio, University of Utrecht) en Michiel van Iersel (Non-Fiction)
  • 2018 Developed in collaboration with Anne van Strien

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