ONTTEGEL! is a documentary/road movie in which we research and share innovative water projects and knowledge gained in The Hague and Portland U.S. We experienced and filmed the effects of climate change (severe drought and extreme rainfall) during this research trip. Discoveries in Portland were forinstance. bios wales, rainwater filtration gardens, sometimes combined with art, applications to remove excess surface water in heavy rain periods.
A Growing Exchange
A Growing Exchange (original UK version)
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In this documentary about the art project "A Growing Exchange" we follow artists Annechien Meier and Alex Wild on their research about the role of artists in urban farming projects. Their research took 3 years and was done in both The Hague, Holland and Glasgow, Scotland. The interviews they made during their extensive research are the basis for this documentary. Additional filming, direction and post-production by Gert-Jan Gerlach.
A Growing Exchange
Artists Alex Wilde (Scotland) and Annechien Meier (Netherlands) have been working together since 2011 on their project A Growing Exchange. This collaboration has resulted in a documentary that explores the influence of political, social and spatial development of urban agriculture in Glasgow and The Hague and the consequences and effects on both cities and their inhabitants. The documentary focuses on the role of artists in urban agriculture projects, how they function in this situation and how they deal with the responsibility to solve social and economic problems? The documentary was produced in collaboration with filmmaker Gert-Jan Gerlach (CulturAllTV) based in The Hague and is supported by the CCA, Glasgow, Stroom Den Haag and Fonds 1818.
The State of our Climate
The documentary portraits the LfM art project regarding the effects of climate change in the city of Arnhem using the results of Future Cities. In addition to reporting on the establishment and implementation of the art project, climate experts, promoters and residents are interviewed about the consequences, the experiences and possible measures in relation to climate change now and in the near future.
Climate Meters were handed out to the public during the opening and presentation of the Laboratory of Microclimates on March 2014. Climate meters are still available in exchange for a contribution to the Microclimates Laboratory (on request)