a walk  

Inspired by an article by F. Bins, published in Buiten magazine in 1911, about a walk he took straight through the dunes of Schouwen-Duiveland in 1910, Marinus van Dijke decided to take the same walk one hundred years later.

‘A way of looking; of rediscovering what we already have, but which somehow eludes our recognition and our appreciation. Instead of being yet another explanation of what we have lost, it is an exploration of what we may yet find.’ – Simon Schama, Landscape and Memory


a hundred years
A exhibition in De Kabinetten van De Vleeshal
A walk, a hundred years, a reconstruction by Marinus van Dijke
22 October - 11 December, 2011

In connection with these walks, Marinus van Dijke was invited by the editors of the Slibreeks series to design the 137th volume.
This chapbook has three parts with a map in each one and is entitled een wandeling honderd jaar een reconstructie (‘a walk a hundred years a reconstruction’).
A walk
Saturday, October 22 at 13.30 p.m. starts a walk from the lighthouse in Burgh-Haamstede with a lecture by Kester Freriks, author of Verborgen wilderness.
And a presentation of the slibbook by Mark van der Graaff

click here for the film about the exposition >>>