When the sun sets and the shutters close, party animals find each other in clubs, bars and festivals – covid-prohibited place since what seems like eternity. Especially for the night creatures who can’t wait any longer: No Room to Dance, two pulsating audio-visual installations that will briefly take you to a world where the beats set the rules until the morning arrives.
Phasing Waves and Resonance, Session I (SOLD OUT)
Doors open: 19:30
Performance 1: 20:00
Performance 2: 20:30
Session I ends: 21.00
Tickets: 5 euro / students 2,50 euro / We Are Public free entry
Phasing Waves and Resonance, Session II (SOLD OUT)
Doors open: 21:15
Performance 1: 21:45
Performance 2: 22:15
Session II ends: 22.45
Tickets: 5 Euro / students 2,50 Euro / We Are Public free entry
Book your tickets here via Eventbrite. Attention: both sessions are sold out.
Sound designer Ricky van Broekhoven and musician Albert van Abbe present Phasing Waves, a hybris musical instrument that combines kinetic light sculptures with electronic sounds. A flexible, light-emitting snare of several meters long creates magical shapes and patterns in the dark, in an interactive live performance with the audience.
VJ, scenographer and media artist Frouke ten Velden has been developing Resonance together with composer Nicholas Robert Thayer and choreographer Peter Leung. In this immersive and performative installation, they investigate the synthesis between image and sound in sculpture, cross-disciplinary composition and spatial resonance.
Perhaps, just perhaps, there is some room to dance after all?
Danny Kuijper (Onuitgesproken) will open the evening.
Phasing wave and Resonance are supported by Creatieve Industries Fund nl