MIAP Fellowship 2016

MIAP Fellowship 2016

In September 2016 the MIAP Fellowship took place. This fellowship was tailor made to give the selected fellows ideas and tools to take their visual project to the next level. MIAP invited experts and thinkers to join the fellows. These experts and thinkers were...
Anne Geene’s Little Water Almanac

Anne Geene’s Little Water Almanac

Anne Geene (NL, 1983) collected, studied and captured the water that surrounds us in all its aspects and appearances. She discovered the best place to live in the Netherlands when it comes to the cheapest drinking water; researched the microscopic life in it; how to...
Machine – Marie-José Jongerius

Machine – Marie-José Jongerius

Our relationship to nature – and how we try to shape and control it – is an important theme for Marie-José Jongerius (NL, 1970). Her interest in water lies in the fact that, while it is vital to our existence, we take its presence and availability for granted. The...
Treasure of the Bee – Nina Kopp

Treasure of the Bee – Nina Kopp

How will we feed the growing population? That’s one of the main questions of our time. One of the hardest workers in agriculture is often forgotten in this debate: the bee. Yet it is responsible for approximately one third of our food. Without pollination, there would...
Food – Henk Wildschut

Food – Henk Wildschut

Few subjects generate as much discussion as that of food. And such discussion is increasingly marked by suspicion and pessimism about how our food is produced. In 2013, Henk Wildschut (NL, 1967) was invited to make an in-depth study on the subject of Food for the...

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