On a farm in the unique surroundings of the Noordoostpolder and within walking distance of the IJsselmeer (Lake IJssel), id11 offers artists, writers, musicians and other creators space and time for their own work. An area of new land extracted from the sea and devised on the drawing table.
The former flower bulb farm is now the living and working place of visual artist Rolina Nell and cultural initiator Paul Giesen, who in addition to their own (art) practice realise projects, presentations and an artist-in-residence program.
The Noordoostpolder is prominently an area for creators. An area that literally and figuratively offers space to get ideas and develop them. Overlooking the polder and little other temptations of any kind.
Being part of a small group of cultural pioneers in the Noordoostpolder, including locationtheatergroup Prins te Paard and Studio Makkink & Bey and with the focus on a conscious attitude, including organic and vegetarian products from our own garden or Eko-farm De Eerste or Ecoshop Helder. For catering, uses the services of Studio TeGast.
Artists initiative id11 was founded in 2001 in Rotterdam for the benefit of the in 2002 realised project Development. The Foundation awakens in Delft, where they realises artists-in-residence projects and presentation spaces on temporary locations from 2008 - 2016. From 2012 to 2016 id11 is part of the European network CreArt. In 2013 id11 starts a permanent artist-in-residence program on a farm in the Noordoostpolder. End of 2016 id11 finalised its participation in CreArt and activities in Delft in exchange for the Noordoostpolder. Beginning 2017 all the activities of id11 are organized at and out of the farm in the Noordoostpolder.
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