Eighteen coffee breaks, by Maurice Meewisse

Video with sound, 9’32 min, 2017
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On the Zandmotor, a land made promontory near The Hague in the Netherlands, Maurice Meewisse organized eighteen coffee breaks, one for every working day during a four-week period. He cycled from his residency at the Satellietgroep and walk the last few kilometers to a place where buried some stools and a flag. After digging and setting it up he had a fifteen-minute break with a cup of coffee, to bury everything again and travel back. The whole procedure took around 3 hours.
Sound track by Jordy Walker..


Thanks to the Satellietgroep and Mondrian Fund