Timetables

TodaysArt's transdisciplinary and city-wide programme consists of the following modules:
TodaysArt Indoor: Day and evening programme (concerts, performances and exhibitions)
TodaysArt Outdoor: Installations and interventions in public spaces (Amplified Architecture)
TodaysArt Club: Night programme (electronic music and related audiovisual arts)
TodaysArt Exchange: Symposium, talks, workshops and education projects
TodaysArt Periphery: Partner programmes presented by local cultural initiatives

Please note: The programme is not complete yet, expect more additions in the timetables below. It is possible that the times mentioned below are subject to small changes until the festival takes place. Please visit this page often to keep a good oversight of your TodaysArt experience.

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  • City Hall - Atrium

    • Chico MacMurtrie / Amorphic Robot Works [US] - Totemobile | Matthias Oostrik [NL] – PLPLPL.PL PT. 7 (Entrance)
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      Chico MacMurtrie / Amorphic Robot Works [US] - Totemobile | Matthias Oostrik [NL] – PLPLPL.PL PT. 7 (Entrance)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 00:30

      Chico MacMurtrie - Totemobile

      Chico MacMurtrie / Amorphic Robot Works [US] – Totemobile

      In collaboration with DEAF (Dutch Electronic Art Festival), Chico MacMurtrie and his team at Brooklyn’s Amorphic Robot Works will present the Totemobile in the Atrium of The Hague’s city hall. Totemobile is a robotic sculpture that initially appears as a life-sized representation of the culturally iconic Citroën DS automobile. In performance, this familiar figure is visually exploded, subverted and elaborated through various levels of abstraction until it reaches its final form: an organic 20-meter-tall totem pole. Upon reaching its full height, the work blooms with light, in the form of multiple organically-inspired inflatable sculptures suggesting the final maturation of an enormous biological organism.

      Chico MacMurtrie is internationally recognized for his large-scale, performative, robotic installations, and interactive public sculpture. Graduated from UCLA (New Forms and Concepts) in 1987, he has exhibited widely in America, Europe, and Asia, and has received the support of many notable granting agencies, including the Rockefeller Foundation and the Daniel Langlois Foundation. His awards include five grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Vida Life and Ars Electronica award.

      Chico MacMurtrie is the Artistic Director of Amorphic Robot Works (ARW), a collective he founded in 1991, consisting of artists and engineers, who help in the realization of his work. Currently operating out of Brooklyn, New York, ARW is dedicated to the study and creation of movement as it is expressed in anthropomorphic and abstract robotic forms.

      Matthias Oostrik [NL] – PLPLPL.PL PT. 7 (Entrance)

      In the work of Matthias Oostrik  the audience is always present. Sometimes as object, sometimes as subject, but always as a starting point for a visual dialogue. His latest work PLPLPL.PL PT.7 transforms the glass entrance of the Hague’s city hall into a collective visual memory. Over a 100 screens capture the audience entering and leaving the complex. Fragmenting, rearranging and transposing the audience’s reflections in a visual poem of time and presence.

  • Theater a/h Spui - Main

    • Vladislav Delay Quartet [FI/AR/DE]
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      Vladislav Delay Quartet [FI/AR/DE]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      00:00 - 01:00

      Vladislav Delay Quartet

      Vladislav Delay, aka Finnish composer and percussionist Sasu Ripatti, is one of the most innovative and influential electronic musicians of the last two decades. A prolific and chameleon-like operative whose multiple pseudonyms (Luomo, Uusitalo, AGF/Delay) have allowed him a unique and varied take on electronic music. He has worked with a wide range of artists, including Rhythm and Sound, Black Dice, Massive Attack, and Ryuichi Sakamoto, and has released his music on small independent labels, major labels and his own Huume imprint.

       Vladislav Delay Quartet is a totally unique take on the possibilities of the 21st century jazz ensemble, featuring Sasu Ripatti (aka Vladislav Delay) on drums/percussion, Pansonic’s Mika Vainio (electronics), Lucio Capece (reeds) and Derek Shirley (bass). A companion project perhaps in terms of aesthetic to the Moritz Von Oswald Trio (which Sasu also performs in), this is closely linked to Delay’s amazingly varied take on dub ambience, combining it with acoustic instrumentation, no input electronics and free improvisation. Vladislav Delay Quartet’s debut album was released on Honest Jons in May 2011.

       

    • Gob Squad [UK/DE] - Saving The World
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      Gob Squad [UK/DE] - Saving The World

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:30 - 21:00

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      Gob Squad returns after their successful debut at TodaysArt in 2010 with one of their major pieces, Saving The World. Gob Squad is a group of artists from Nottingham and Berlin working collectively with performance, theatre, installation and video since 1994. The group makes and presents its work in urban sites as well as in theatres. Using the language of film, theatre and pop music to explore the complexities and absurdities of life today, their work is a search for beauty, meaning and humanity amongst the glittering facades and dark corners of contemporary culture.

      In Saving The World (awarded with the Goethe-Institut prize at Impulse Festival 2009), Gob Squad squeeze the world into a handful of videotapes. Produced in 24 hours, a seven camera panoramic film portrays one place in The Hague as a microcosm of the entire world. The mission is nothing less than to save the planet and preserve it for an unknown future. Starting with ‘saving’ sunrise, Gob Squad soon move on to ‘saving’ the essentials of life on earth such as money, freedom, ice cream and love. The results of Gob Squad’s adventures are screened in a specially constructed “all round cinema”. Often surprisingly simple, sometimes visually spectacular and sometimes completely messy, Gob Squad’s journey through a not particularly historical day in a not particularly historical place is a lyrical declaration of love to the ordinary people of today.

      www.gobsquad.com

    • Gob Squad [UK/DE] - Saving The World
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      Gob Squad [UK/DE] - Saving The World

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      22:00 - 23:30

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      Gob Squad returns after their successful debut at TodaysArt in 2010 with one of their major pieces, Saving The World. Gob Squad is a group of artists from Nottingham and Berlin working collectively with performance, theatre, installation and video since 1994. The group makes and presents its work in urban sites as well as in theatres. Using the language of film, theatre and pop music to explore the complexities and absurdities of life today, their work is a search for beauty, meaning and humanity amongst the glittering facades and dark corners of contemporary culture.

      In Saving The World (awarded with the Goethe-Institut prize at Impulse Festival 2009), Gob Squad squeeze the world into a handful of videotapes. Produced in 24 hours, a seven camera panoramic film portrays one place in The Hague as a microcosm of the entire world. The mission is nothing less than to save the planet and preserve it for an unknown future. Starting with ‘saving’ sunrise, Gob Squad soon move on to ‘saving’ the essentials of life on earth such as money, freedom, ice cream and love. The results of Gob Squad’s adventures are screened in a specially constructed “all round cinema”. Often surprisingly simple, sometimes visually spectacular and sometimes completely messy, Gob Squad’s journey through a not particularly historical day in a not particularly historical place is a lyrical declaration of love to the ordinary people of today.

      www.gobsquad.com

  • Theater a/h Spui - Small

    • Sculpture [UK]
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      Sculpture [UK]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      22:00 - 22:45

      Sculpture

      Sculpture is a duo, consisting of electronic music producer, Dan Hayhurst and animator, Reuben Sutherland. Their act is a mind-blowing mix of pop, appropriative collage, cut & spliced techno, noise, early electronics, the avant garde and Looney Tunes, mechanical and digital animation techniques, tape edits and computer programming. A highly enjoyable sensory overload that you shouldn’t miss.

      Live, Sutherland ‘DJs’ with zoetropic (=producing an illusion of action from a rapid succession of static pictures) picture discs, printed with intricate concentric circles of illustrated frames which come to life when filmed with a video camera, projecting looping fragments of surreal, luridly coloured imagery into eyeballs and brains at 23 frames per second – Victorian mechanical imaging technology combined with digital video. Hayhurst feeds tape loops, lo-fi analogue electronics, and digital sequences to a modular assembly (pile of junk, technical term) comprising a battered reel to reel tape recorder, CD player, walkman, hardware sampler and FX units. The resulting kaleidoscopic sensory overload is equally devastating on dance floors and cinema screens. Balanced on the edge of control, it is raw, exciting, the process visible to the audience, experimental yet filled with a deranged sense of joy.

       

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      Martin Messier + Nicolas Bernier [CA/QC] - La Chambre Des Machines

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      21:00 - 21:45

      Martin Messier + Nicolas Bernier - La Chambre Des Machines

      Together with fellow Quebecer Nicolas Bernier, Martin Messier will perform La Chambre Des Machines. In this installation, machines made of gears and cranks are manipulated to produce a sound construction at the crossroads of acoustics and electronics. Submerged in surround sound, the audience discovers the interaction between mechanical and synthetic sound. The project is based on the Intonarumoris, sound machines containing mysterious mechanisms (similar to today’s computers) built by Italian futurists at the beginning of the 20th century.

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      Martin Messier [CA/QC] - Sewing Machine Orchestra

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:00 - 20:45

      Martin Messier - Sewing Machine Orchestra

      Sewing Machine Orchestra by Martin Messier is entirely orchestrated with acoustic sounds produced by 1940’s sewing machines, amplified by micro-contacts and processed by computers. Apart from the sound produced by the installation, the image of these classic industrial machines in a contemporary environment triggers the audience’s imagination.

  • Theater a/h Spui - Foyer

  • Theater a/h Spui - Studio

    • Tiemen Rapati + Charlie Berendsen [NL] - Escape
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      Tiemen Rapati + Charlie Berendsen [NL] - Escape

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 01:00

      Escape

      ESCAPE is a room projection installation that immerses the visitor through four walls of projection surface, transforming the room into a virtual great glass elevator, vertically transporting spectators through an unlimited sequence of generative landscapes. Escape will be a study on the definition of ‘a digital landscape’. ESCAPE explores what elements constitute a landscape, and which qualities are required for immersion.

      The project consists of multiple layers; static, dynamic, and interactive; a general narrative and cycle length (5 mins) has been defined, accompanied with a precomposed soundtrack. Based on this narrative, landscapes are generated, color ranges shifted, special effect probabilities set and generative soundscapes blended on top of the soundtrack. Finally, the visitor is given control over the vertical navigation through these landscapes.

      Tiemen Rapati is a young designer wandering the intersections of art, design and technology — pixels and print — 2D and 3D — raw data and poetics. Exploring the fields of graphic design, architecture, datavisualisation, photography and code, he moulds his interests into the best shape he can find. Having just graduated from interactive media and information design at the ArtEZ Academy of Arts Arnhem in 2011, his work is already on display at Science Center NEMO Amsterdam, and has featured on TodaysArt Festival 2009 , GoShort Festival 2009 (Nijmegen) and Discovery Festival 2010 (Amsterdam). During the summer of 2010 he interned with United Visual Artists in London for three months. Previously he has been somewhat educated at the University of Utrecht, and at the Barlaeus Gymnasium in Amsterdam. Tiemen is now based in London, working as a designer at United Visual Artists.

      The work of Charlie Berendsen lies in the field of Information Design, where data (input) and poetics (output) meet after the link (design). Charlie graduated at the Interaction Design department at ArtEZ Academy of Arts Arnhem (2011), has featured on TodaysArt Festival 2009 and GoShort Festival 2009, and interned at LAb[au] in Brussels for three months.

  • Filmhuis - Zaal 5

    • Maurice Bogaert [NL] - The Apartment
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      Maurice Bogaert [NL] - The Apartment

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 00:00

      Maurice Bogaert - The Morphed Set (WORKSPACE 11)

      Maurice Bogaert’s project The Apartment was chosen by the jury as one of two winners of WORKSPACE 11 initiated by Filmhuis Den Haag / ZAAL5 and will premiere during TodaysArt. In his work, Bogaert engages cinematic architecture and explores the relationships between scale models, sets, architecture, and the moving image. The starting point of The Apartment was the question: would it be possible to do a remake of a film, let’s say Roman Polański’s Repulsion, with a set that would allow one to do so in one single shot? In The Apartment, the spectator takes on the role of the camera.

      www.mauricebogaert.nl

  • Filmhuis - Zaal 6

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      Bradley L. Garrett [UK] - Crack The Surface (Q&A)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:50 - 21:15

      Bradley L. Garrett

      After the screening of the film programme Awed into the Wide and Open, urban explorer Bradley L. Garret and Crack The Surface director Tom Akerman will be in conversation with Martijn van Boven about the development of the film and about why they are involved in urban exploring.

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      Gordon Matta-Clark [US] - City Slivers

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 19:30

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      Gordon Matta-Clark (1943 – 1978) studied architecture at Cornell University, but he never practiced that discipline as it is usually conceived. Instead, his artworks took architecture as their subject matter in order to analyze the built environment. He is best known for cutting into and removing sections of buildings. These projects challenge our assumptions about the solidity of architecture and expose the tenuousness of the division between inside and outside, public and private. Ambitious in scale, they were utterly ephemeral, and survive only in photographic and film documentation and in sculptural fragments. Matta-Clark’s work, which also included drawings and freestanding objects, reflects his passionate involvement with issues of the urban environment and public space. Source: SFMOMA.

      City Slivers (1976)
      Images of the deconstruction of abandoned buildings and industrial structures are closely associated with “anarchitect” Gordon Matta-Clark. Here, however, are the film works through which Matta-Clark furthered his lifelong excavation of urban dwellings. This film is a formal investigation of New York’s urban architecture. The film was planned to be projected on the exterior facade of a building, and was shown for the first time in the open air exhibition ARCADES and later in the Holly Solomon Gallery.

      These films are part of a programme curated by Martijn van Boven.

    • Thom Andersen [US] - Los Angeles Plays Itself
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      Thom Andersen [US] - Los Angeles Plays Itself

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      21:15 - 00:00

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      Los Angeles Plays Itself (2003)
      A video essay by Thom Anderson about how movies have portrayed the city of Los Angeles. Carefully weaving together footage from dozens of films made in or about the city, Anderson gradually builds his thesis about how Hollywood has represented, and misrepresented, its home town. Movies about Los Angeles have been, for the most part, period films, set in the past or in the future, and they replace the public history of the city with a secret history, opaque to its citizens This urban legen is not innocent. It serves to dissuade native viewers from political engagement by telling them that they are condemned to ignorance and powerlessness, not matter what they do. In fact,the truth is the opposite: the public history is the real history, as the treatments of films such as Chinatown, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and L.A. Confidential demonstrate.

      This film is part of a programme curated by Martijn van Boven.

    • Awed Into The Wide And Open - Part 1: Gordon Matta-Clark [US…
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      Awed Into The Wide And Open - Part 1: Gordon Matta-Clark [US] / SilentUK [UK] / Steina Vasulka [IS/US] / SemiConductor [UK] / Graham Ellard + Stephen Johnstone [UK] / Gerard Holthuis [NL]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:30 - 20:50

      Martijn van Boven

      This film is part of the Awed Into The Wide And Open film programme curated by Martijn van Boven.

      For TodaysArt, Martijn van Boven [NL] compiled the film programme Awed Into The Wide And Open. Part 1 of the programme  features: Gordon Matta-Clark‘s [US] Sous-Sols de Paris, SilentUK’s Crack the Surface, Steina Vasulka’s [IS/US] Urban Episodes, SemiConductor’s [UK]’s Matter in Motion, Graham Ellard + Stephen Johnstone‘s [UK] Things to Come and Gerard Holthuis‘ [NL] Hong Kong (HKG).

  • Filmhuis - Zaal 7

    • Arion de Munck [NL] - Vierkant en Rond
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      Arion de Munck [NL] - Vierkant en Rond

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 00:00

      Arion de Munck

      Arion de Munck wants to emphasize the contrast between the natural and the digital world. He records sounds produced during the process of creating wooden and metal objects. These sounds, combined with projections on the objects, result in an audiovisual installation where the digital world meets the natural world.

      www.ariondemunck.nl

  • Korzo Theater - Main

    • MCDance [CH/FR/DE/NL] - Imagine (Kor…
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      MCDance [CH/FR/DE/NL] - Imagine (Korzo Productions)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      22:00 - 22:45

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      TodaysArt will present Imagine, a multimedia triptych combining choreography and video mapping by MCDance - the choreographers’ duo from The Hague consisting of Jérôme Meyer and Isabelle Chaffaud - joined by visual artist Marcus Graf. Imagine examines the powerful influence between technology and man in the world of dance performances. With this intriguing piece, Meyer, Chaffaud and Graf have created an ode to the power of imagination.

    • Murcof [MX/ES] + Simon Geilfus (AntiVJ) [UK/BE/F…
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      Murcof [MX/ES] + Simon Geilfus (AntiVJ) [UK/BE/FR]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:00 - 21:00

      MurcofANTIVJ
      Dutch premiere of the collaboration between Mexican electronic composer Murcof and AntiVJ‘s Simon Geilfus. With large, semi-transparent screens, they create a fully immersive environment in which microscopic particles, geometric grids and organic elements are mapped in wondrous 3D perspective to the sound of ambient and droning electronica.
  • Korzo Theater - Studio

    • Transforma [DE] + YRO [FR] - Asyntho…
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      Transforma [DE] + YRO [FR] - Asynthome

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      21:00 - 21:45

      Transforma + Yro - Asynthome
      Transforma and YRO will operate a series of modular stations with objects, light boxes, liquids, interactive sculptures and cameras. Together, they create a visual experiment that is projected directly onto the screen. Actual real time manipulation of the elements that are present on stage will evolve into an experimental film; as you are watching the experiments happening live on stage, the resulting film is displayed on the screen.

      Transforma is a group of Berliner video artists formed by Baris Hasselbach, Luke Bennett and Simon Krahl that seamlessly blends vjing improvisation with the power of their well-worked and own visual imagery. A group that started featuring experimental video in 2001 and during the past decade worked with artists like Apparat or Funkstörung and presented their striking visual works in the most prestigious festivals and international clubs. YRO is a young graphic designer, video director, hyperactive performer from France especially obsessed with the relation between sound and image as well as the highest expression as indivisible unit in his live performance.

      www.asynthome.net

  • Korzo Theater - Club

    • Jamie Allen [UK] - Circu…
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      Jamie Allen [UK] - Circuit Music

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      21:30 - 22:00

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      Jamie Allen’s Circuit Music project started as a exercise in radical improvisation – analog oscillators were built from bare circuitry and a breadboard while performing. Since then the live show has turned into an noise-synthesis project where signals from the home-made performance rig are offered to the audience as both audible sound and stroboscopic white light. Light and noise are shaped and into drones and pulses of raw static and electricity.

       

    • TO-PO (Yuko Uesu + Vince…
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      TO-PO (Yuko Uesu + Vincenzo Onnembo) [JP/IT]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      21:00 - 21:30

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      TO-PO was founded in 2010 by Vincenzo Onnembo [IT] and Yuko Uesu [JP], as a synthetic audio-visual band. Vincenzo is a graphic designer/ film maker, innovating on the existing VJ flair, with digital and analogue lens-based tools. Yuko is a harpist with a movie camera, and has performed as an improvisor / experimental musician in Tokyo, Beijing, and Rotterdam since 2005. Whether in Chamber music, improvisatory, experimental or post-electronica pop, her work explores the faculty of perception through various creative processes.

    • Rosa Menkman [NL] + Áro…
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      Rosa Menkman [NL] + Áron Birtalan [HU]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      22:00 - 22:30

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      Every technology possess its own inherent accidents. ЯOSΛ MEИKMΛN is a Dutch visualist who focuses on visual artifacts created by accidents in digital media. The visuals she makes are the result of glitches, compressions, feedback and other forms of noise. Although many people perceive these accidents as negative experiences, Rosa emphasizes their  positive consequences.

      Áron Birtalan is a musician / media artist from Budapest, Hungary, currently living in The Hague. His works and interests primarily focus on minimalist music, sonic environments, failure aesthetics, DIY ethics, romanticism, religious art and music, medievalism, Greek and South- East Asian mythology and lo-fi electronic media. www.soundcloud.com/failotron

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    • Game of Life [NL] - Wave Field Synthesis (Concerts)
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      Game of Life [NL] - Wave Field Synthesis (Concerts)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:00 - 00:00

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      Presented in co-operation with ANNA

      Wave Field Synthesis (WFS) is a technique for reproducing sound. WFS started at the TU Delft in the 80s, and is based on a 17th-century theoretical principle from the Dutch mathematician and physicist Christiaan Huygens. The WFS system by Game of Life consists of 192 speakers in a square of 10 by 10 meters, allowing the sound to move through space in a completely different way compared to traditional stereo sound. The WFS concerts will be opened with a lecture by Erwin Roebroeks.

      Friday + Saturday
      20.00 – 00.00

      Please check this page for more information about – and the schedule of – the demonstrations, workshop and lectures that will take place.

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  • Spuiplein - MediaArtMobile

    • Hyphae - Live from Detroit: Todd Osborn, John Collins and Mark Flash [US]
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      Hyphae - Live from Detroit: Todd Osborn, John Collins and Mark Flash [US]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      23:00 - 01:00

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      A project by Teletekst is dood, Universal Mediaman and TodaysArt
      Presented in collaboration with NIMk (Netherlands Media Art Institute), Alter Ego and Underground Resistance
      Hyphae.nl 

      Saturday 24 September – Live from Detroit, US – 23:00 – 01:00 CET
      Todd Osborn (aka Osborne / Soundmurderer) [Detroit, US, Ghostly International / Spectral]
      - John ‘Jammin’ Collins [Detroit, US, Undergound Resistance]
      - Mark Flash (Underground Resistance) [Detroit, US, Underground Resistance]

      Hyphae is an innovative music platform that hosts live-streamed performances by artists from all over the world, providing an insight into the exploding digital and web-based music culture. During Hyphae events, digital sounds and videos are transferred to the physical world through live-streaming shows featuring sublime artists performing live from their own parties, homes or studio’s. The audience experiences the artist(s) live and the artist(s) sees the audience live.

      People who aren’t attending the physical Hyphae events on Friday and Saturday in The Hague can join in live via Hyphae.nl!

    • Frederic Brodbeck [DE/NL] - Cinemetrics
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      Frederic Brodbeck [DE/NL] - Cinemetrics

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      10:00 - 23:00

      Frederic Brodbeck - Cinemetrics

      Since motion pictures are a time-based medium, they can only be seen one image at a time – only as a fraction, never as a whole – that’s why it’s hard to capture and display them in their entireness. Taking this as a challenge, Frederic Brodbeck developed Cinemetrics. Cinemetrics is about measuring and visualizing movie data, in order to reveal the characteristics of films and to create a visual “fingerprint” for them.

      Information such as the editing structure, color, speech or motion are extracted, analyzed and transformed into graphic representations so that movies can be seen as a whole and easily interpreted or compared side by side. Cinemetrics is an experiment to find out if the data that is inherent in the movie can be used to make something visible that otherwise would remain unnoticed.

      At TodaysArt Cinemetrics will be presented in the form of an installation.

    • Universal Mediaman [NL] - Project Dagaz
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      Universal Mediaman [NL] - Project Dagaz

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 22:00

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      Presented in collaboration with Teletekst is dood and NIMk

      Dagaz is an application, created by the Universal Mediaman (Beer van Geer), that helps people train their meditation level through a new intuitive game experience. Dagaz uses a headset that can register your brainwaves; by learning how to control brainwaves, the user can generate mandala shapes on a computer. Mandala shapes are symmetrical shapes that can be found in a lot of cultures and almost every religion. Every mandala shape is designed around a central point. Dagaz (which means ‘point’ in the ancient Futhark alphabet) uses that central point to help users train their meditation skills.

    • Montevideo/NIMk [NL] - MKM
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      Montevideo/NIMk [NL] - MKM

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      10:00 - 01:00

      MKM
      Montevideo / NIMk(Netherlands Media Arts Institute) presents the MediaKunstMobiel (MediaArtMobile), its brand new mobile infrastructure and laboratory for media art and digital culture. During TodaysArt, Montevideo/NIMk will focus on the latest development of Augmented en Mixed Reality and the creation of fascinating new types of user interfaces, that are beginning to show significant impact on industries and societies.MKM
    • Artvertiser (Workshop)
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      Artvertiser (Workshop)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      10:00 - 17:00

      Artvertiser

      A project by Julian Oliver [NZ/DE], Damian Stewart [NZ/AT] and Arturo Castro [ES]
      Presented in collaboration with NIMk

      Artvertiser enables replacing signs, billboards, banners and other forms of advertising with artworks through Augmented Reality. TodaysArt will see the world premiere of the new Android (mobile operating system for smartphones) port of the Artvertiser platform. The art works will be created by participants of a three-day workshop. The results will be made visible to the audience in city walks through the Grote Marktstraat, which is an area increasingly surrounded by advertising and visual communication signals. During the walks, you will look at an advertising surface through the display of an Android device, the image is then digitally replaced with an artwork created by workshop participants!

      Thursday 22 September
      12:00 – 16:00 – Artvertiser (Workshop)

      Friday 23 September
      10:00 – 17:00 – Artvertiser (Workshop)

      Saturday 24 September
      10:00 – 17:00 – Artvertiser (Workshop)
      17:30 – Artvertiser (Walk, departure from the MediaArtMobile)
      19:30 – Artvertiser (Walk, departure from the MediaArtMobile)

      Participants: 20 participants of 16 year and older, preferably from The Hague and surroundings. No technical experience or artistic background is required. Sign up via our website in advance or visit the MediaArtMobile during the workshop days from Wednesday to Friday. IF POSSIBLE: Bring your own Android device and preferably a laptop computer.

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    • The Boy Toys [NL]
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      The Boy Toys [NL]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      13:00 - 15:00

      The Boy Toys

      The work of The Boy Toys (Gilles de Brock, Tom Lugtmeijer and Mike Kokken) consists of the documentation of the explicit and obscene movements made by vibrators. At first the result might just be an aesthetic one, but always very complex and unpredictable. However there is always a subliminal message of sex present, which gives the work a contradictory load that the beholder moves and won’t forget.

      For TodaysArt The Boy Toys will show some of their previous results but they will also work with their toys on site. They encourage all visitors to bring their own “disco sticks” and experiment together with them. Viewers can also join The Boy Toys to work with
      their packages.
    • Bo Marley [DK]
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      Bo Marley [DK]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      14:00 - 15:00

      Bo Marley

      Coming from the lively music scene in Arhus / Denmark, the four Bo Marley boys created a highly unique style. Using analogue synths, obscure drum machines, saxophone, African drums and the legendary Roland Space Echo, this Danish quartet creates what they call 100% Voltage Controlled Reggae roots; an awesome mix of dub and reggae.

      After releasing the LP “Bo Marley vs. disrupt” on Jahtari in 2006 / 2008 and playing unforgettable live gigs with their rocking Bo Marley mobile, most notably during the last four Fusion festivals, Bo Marley is back with a monster ghetto blaster and a proper tape to go along with it: “Masters Of The Universe“.

      When the Bo Marley members are not busy with baking space cookies or re-wiring old synths, they’re part of the highly successful bands Analogik and Bliglad.

      www.myspace.com/herrbomarley

       

       

  • Spuiplein

    • WdKA [NL] - Storytelling and the City / One Minute Sculptures
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      WdKA [NL] - Storytelling and the City / One Minute Sculptures

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      18:00 - 01:00

      wdka

      In collaboration with Willem de Kooning Academy (Rotterdam)

      Storytelling and the City
      Students of the minor Editorial Design of the Willem de Kooning Academy will work on a storytelling project. What kind of people use the city and how are their actions perceived by others? Students will test their own character based guide systems on a historical, architectural, social and/or network level.

      One Minute Sculptures
      Inspired by Erwin Wurm‘s One minute Sculptures, first year students of the Willem de Kooning Academy will stage their own performative sculptures in public space.

    • Raumlabor [DE] - BXL
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      Raumlabor [DE] - BXL

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      12:00 - 01:00

      Raumlabor
      The BXL by Raumlabor is a bicycle that has a big inflatable space coming out of the sides. It interacts with the architectural and social space and opens up urban space for temporary collective uses. The membrane of the bubble is translucent so people on the inside can see what´s going on outside and vice versa.
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    • KABK [NL] - PlayLab ClubNights
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      KABK [NL] - PlayLab ClubNights

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:00 - 01:00

      kabk
      In collaboration with the Royal Academy of Art (The Hague)

      Students of the Royal Academy of Art will use a container for the PlayLab ClubNights project. Ten groups of students present their first psychogeographic findings in The Hague through ten different media. Every other hour a group of students will open up a club.

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    • School Voor Jong Talent [NL] - Shelters
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      School Voor Jong Talent [NL] - Shelters

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      13:00 - 20:00

      shelters
      In collaboration with the Royal Academy of Art (The Hague) – Preparatory Year

      The students from the preparatory year of the Royal Academy of Art will build ‘Shelters’ on the Spuiplein. The Shelters are mobile and temporary architectural objects and spaces. The students are asked to think about living in a temporary shelter in public space. The shelters will be built parallel with the development and construction of the festival.

  • City Hall Facade 1

    • VR/urban [DE] - SMSlingshot
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      VR/urban [DE] - SMSlingshot

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:30 - 00:30

      VR/urban - SMSlingshot

      VR/urban is a collective of public media interventionists founded in 2008 and creates real-time public media installations. At TodaysArt they will present their SMSlingshot project.

      SMSlingshot was created as an extension of VR/Urban’s digital intervention activism. The installation features a handheld digital slingshot device for spreading information on public screens. The SMSlingshot is  a truely tangible, embedded interaction device for linking digital data with people acting in urban (real) space.

      The aim of all their projects is to reclaim urban screens for the public. Following the tradition of situative art and graffiti culture, VR/urban augments existing city structures with digital and interactive media art. The collective strongly believes in the embodiment, accessibility and tangibility of information, so that each installation has a very performative and challenging character.

      The core people behind the VR/Urban group are the media computer scien-/artist Patrick Tobias Fischer, the designer and design researcher Christian Zöllner and software developer Thilo Hoffmann. The team members are fluid elements of partners and friends in the fields of art, music, science, electronics, coding and architecture.

  • City Hall Facade 2

    • Bring Your Own Beamer
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      Bring Your Own Beamer

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:00 - 01:00

      byoblogo_black

      A concept by Rafaël Rozendaal
      Presented in collaboration with NIMk, Jorick.TV and Teletekst is dood

      If you want to participate, please fill in the form here.

      Initiated by visual artist Rafaël Roozendaal, Bring Your Own Beamer(BYOB) is a series of night-exhibitions presenting artists and their projectors. BYOB is an exploration of the medium of projection and a celebration of the new world we live in. Today, the Internet is confined to screens. But in the future, information will surround us, composing our surfaces, defining our spaces, enmeshing itself with the ether. A moving image is never an object, and when it is coupled with the increased flexibility of portable projection, the realm of experience quickly expands. Projection can mean many things. Projections are very flexible and create freedom to react to each other’s works, to move things around, and to create a dynamic collaborative experience.

      After organising the first BYOB in The Netherlands at TodaysArt Session #1 in March, TodaysArt will host the first large outdoor edition at the festival, hosted by Jorick.TV and Teletekst is dood and presented in collaboration with NIMk. Everyone is invited to bring their own projector to transform the Spuiplein!

      If you want to participate, please fill in the form here.

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    • Resolume [NL] - Avenue 4
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      Resolume [NL] - Avenue 4

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:00 - 01:00

      resolume avenue

      Presented in collaboration with NIMk

      Resolume is a real-time instrument for live (audio) visual performances. At TodaysArt, Resolume shows you how their recently released Avenue 4 software can be used to bring buildings to life. Visit them at the Spuiplein, where they will give you a demonstration after which you can try it yourself! In addition to this showcase, Edwin de Koning from Resolume will present their new software in the MediaArtMobile on Saturday afternoon.
  • Grote Marktstraat

    • Shoudio / Al Wachtend [NL] - Locative Storytelling
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      Shoudio / Al Wachtend [NL] - Locative Storytelling

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      13:00 - 17:00

      alwachtend
      There will be a virtual audio exhibition in the Grote Marktstraat which you can participate in or listen to via the Shoudio app for iPhone and Android or via http://m.shoudio.com/projects/alwachtend.
      The phone and web-based application Shoudio allows for using a QR code to retrieve an audio file and image to your cell phone. Participants will create the audio and visual content with stories, which you as a visitor can find along the route from the Spuiplein to more distant locations such as Paard Van Troje and Korzo Theatre. The QR codes are distributed in the shop windows of the Bijenkorf, V&D, Albert Heijn, Media Markt and Q-Park.
      The main project using the infrastructure is Al Wachtend.

      Isn’t everyone waiting now and then? Did you ever wonder what kind of benefit it has, besides waiting for the sake of…. waiting? Al Wachtend‘ tries to turn this around. In a few minutes, your current location becomes a visual canvas that’s being enriched through spoken word and music. Like watching a movie, but it all happens right in front of you. This time, waiting might just turn into something special.
    • Shoudio / Al Wachtend [NL] - Locative Storytelling
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      Shoudio / Al Wachtend [NL] - Locative Storytelling

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:00 - 01:00

      alwachtend
      There will be a virtual audio exhibition in the Grote Marktstraat which you can participate in or listen to via the Shoudio app for iPhone and Android or via http://m.shoudio.com/projects/alwachtend.
      The phone and web-based application Shoudio allows for using a QR code to retrieve an audio file and image to your cell phone. Participants will create the audio and visual content with stories, which you as a visitor can find along the route from the Spuiplein to more distant locations such as Paard Van Troje and Korzo Theatre. The QR codes are distributed in the shop windows of the Bijenkorf, V&D, Albert Heijn, Media Markt and Q-Park.
      The main project using the infrastructure is Al Wachtend.

      Isn’t everyone waiting now and then? Did you ever wonder what kind of benefit it has, besides waiting for the sake of…. waiting? Al Wachtend‘ tries to turn this around. In a few minutes, your current location becomes a visual canvas that’s being enriched through spoken word and music. Like watching a movie, but it all happens right in front of you. This time, waiting might just turn into something special.
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      Saturday 24 September 2011

      17:30 - 18:30

      intergalacticfm
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      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 20:00

      intergalacticfm
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  • Spuiplein - MediaArtMobile

    • Hyphae - Live from Detroit: Todd Osborn, John Collins and Mark Flash [US]
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      Hyphae - Live from Detroit: Todd Osborn, John Collins and Mark Flash [US]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      23:00 - 01:00

      hyphae

      A project by Teletekst is dood, Universal Mediaman and TodaysArt
      Presented in collaboration with NIMk (Netherlands Media Art Institute), Alter Ego and Underground Resistance
      Hyphae.nl 

      Saturday 24 September – Live from Detroit, US – 23:00 – 01:00 CET
      Todd Osborn (aka Osborne / Soundmurderer) [Detroit, US, Ghostly International / Spectral]
      - John ‘Jammin’ Collins [Detroit, US, Undergound Resistance]
      - Mark Flash (Underground Resistance) [Detroit, US, Underground Resistance]

      Hyphae is an innovative music platform that hosts live-streamed performances by artists from all over the world, providing an insight into the exploding digital and web-based music culture. During Hyphae events, digital sounds and videos are transferred to the physical world through live-streaming shows featuring sublime artists performing live from their own parties, homes or studio’s. The audience experiences the artist(s) live and the artist(s) sees the audience live.

      People who aren’t attending the physical Hyphae events on Friday and Saturday in The Hague can join in live via Hyphae.nl!

  • Paard Van Troje - Main

    • Dandy Jack [CL/CH]
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      Dandy Jack [CL/CH]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      02:00 - 03:30

      Dandy Jack
      Dandy Jack (aka Martin Schopf) has contributed a lot to both the Chilean and German electronic music scene by linking it to Latin sounds. As a musician he has been, and is, part of numerous musical collaborations: Los Refrescos with Argenis Brito, Sieg Über Die Sonne with Pink Elln, Ric y Martin with Ricardo Villalobos, and many others.
    • Elektro Guzzi [AT]
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      Elektro Guzzi [AT]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      00:00 - 01:00

      Elektro Guzzi by Klaus Pichler

      Elektro Guzzi are Bernhard Hammer, Jakob Schneidewind and Bernhard Breuer, from Vienna. They are a drummer, a bass player and a guitar player. But, they play techno, and they do it live, so no computers, no synths and no drum machines. They themselves are the machines, playing with almost computer-like precision. After creating quite the stir at several European festivals, TodaysArt is next.

      www.elektroguzzi.net

    • Jacek Sienkiewicz [PL]
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      Jacek Sienkiewicz [PL]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      03:30 - 05:00

      Jacek Sienkiewicz by Szymon Roginski

      Jacek Sienkiewicz started his foray into electronic music as a Detroit Techno/Chicago House DJ in Poland in the mid-90s. He soon ditched DJ’ing after discovering analogue sequencing and synths and started making his own music. After a few vinyl releases, Jacek spent some time in Berlin. This resulted in a string of EPs for German labels, among them Trapez, underrated De:Bug Hartwaren and prolific Klang. Early Recognition singles found their way to Sven Vath’s record bag and soon Jacek became the first artist to release a full album on Frankfurt’s finest, Cocoon Records. But it is his own label Recognition Records that has been the most important factor in realizing Jacek’s unique vision of club music – dance floor-friendly, while retaining a certain intelligence and complexity. Jacek’s legendary performances are live, and by that we mean far more than just computer work.

      www.recognition.pl

    • Monolake [DE] - Live Surround (Visuals by Tarik …
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      Monolake [DE] - Live Surround (Visuals by Tarik Barri [NL])

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      01:00 - 02:00

      3-monolake

      Robert Henke will present his Monolake Live Surround project. Live Surround is based on the fact that there is not much history in multichannel club-sound yet. Unlike in cinema – where the usage of 5.1 surround became the new standard and sound designers learned how to use it creatively – there is no ‘common practice’ with regards to surround sound in club-music. Monolake tries to find out how to exploit the artistic possibilities of surround sound in a club situation. For Live Surround, Robert Henke collaborates with visual artist Tarik Barri, whose realtime generative video forms an integral aspect of the performance.

  • Paard Van Troje - Small

    • Ulf Eriksson [SE]
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      Ulf Eriksson [SE]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      23:00 - 23:30

      Ulf Eriksson

      Ulf Eriksson might not be a name every techno fan recognizes, but chances are they’ve probably heard a record released by his label. Ulf is the man responsible for what is one of the most consistently high quality techno labels about: Kontra-Musik. Featured on Kontra releases have been a string of quality artists: Marcel Dettmann, Ben Klock, Redshape, Oni Ayhun, Heinrich Mueller, A Made Up Sound, Silent Servant, Mokira and many more. Clearly he is a man that knows good techno, and this translates into his DJ sets, which reflect the various sounds showcased on the excellent Kontra-Musik label.

      http://mnmlssg.blogspot.com/2011/04/ssg-special-ulf-eriksson-kontra-musik.html

    • Ulf Eriksson [SE]
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      Ulf Eriksson [SE]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      01:30 - 02:30

      Ulf Eriksson

      Ulf Eriksson might not be a name every techno fan recognizes, but chances are they’ve probably heard a record released by his label. Ulf is the man responsible for what is one of the most consistently high quality techno labels about: Kontra-Musik. Featured on Kontra releases have been a string of quality artists: Marcel Dettmann, Ben Klock, Redshape, Oni Ayhun, Heinrich Mueller, A Made Up Sound, Silent Servant, Mokira and many more. Clearly he is a man that knows good techno, and this translates into his DJ sets, which reflect the various sounds showcased on the excellent Kontra-Musik label.

      http://mnmlssg.blogspot.com/2011/04/ssg-special-ulf-eriksson-kontra-musik.html

    • Senking [DE]
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      Senking [DE]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      23:30 - 00:30

      Senking

      Jens Massel, aka Senking, has been releasing since the late 1990s on Raster-Noton and Karaoke Kalk. His most recent album, “Pong”, was a highlight of 2010. It combines a contemporary interpretation of ‘90s drum and bass with the kind of sound design that distinguishes Raster-Noton artists. The result is epic, powerful bass music, perfect for underwater exploring. At Todays Art the bass heavy trips of “Pong” will be translated into a live setting. Watch out for Senking setting off electronic depth charges.

       

      http://mnmlssg.blogspot.com/2010/12/ssg-special-senking.html

    • Peter Van Hoesen [BE]
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      Peter Van Hoesen [BE]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      02:30 - 04:30

      Peter Van Hoesen

      When it comes down to combining the best of many musical worlds, Peter Van Hoesen can say he’s been doing it for a while now. Deeply rooted in the Brussels electronic music scene as DJ and producer since 1993, he’s considered by many as a man with multiple musical talents: from straight-up dancefloor techno, through the deeper strains of house, to advanced abstract electronica. In 2010 he moved to a digital setup and is now pushing the boundaries of what is possible within a DJ set. His skills have made him a resident DJ at The Labyrinth festival in Japan, and he has played at The Bunker, Berghain / Panorama Bar, Fabric and many other renowned venues. His music has been released on his own labels Time To Express, as well as through labels including Ostgut, Komisch, Lan Muzic, Curle, Meakusma and Morse. He’s active as a DJ, producer, sound designer and composer for contemporary dance and theatre.

      MNML SSGS mix
      MNML SSGS mix50
      www.t2x.be

    • Oni Ayhun + Mar Ritt
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      Oni Ayhun + Mar Ritt

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      00:30 - 01:30

      OARPIC001-Goodyn-Green

      Oni Ayhun‘s music is (about) drama. OA makes records that combines disturbed dance music on the border to insanity with free dreamy drone stories without a beat. Like a surrealistic musical with a narrative based on associations, abstractions and confusion, the music is a journey through multiple settings and scenes.

      www.oniayhun.com

  • Korzo Theater - Main

    • Munchi [DO/NL]
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      Munchi [DO/NL]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      23:15 - 00:00

      Munchi

      Munchi’s tireless work as a producer has made him the king of moombahton, one of the youngest sounds to emerge from the American underground. From his studio in Rotterdam, he mixes his Latin roots with a musical interest that crosses all frontiers, and which takes in kuduro, cumbia, slices of a capella, Caribbean riddims, upfront dirty south and everything else he takes a fancy to. With that sort of approach, it is no surprise that M.I.A. and Diplo took an interest in his skills and invited him to work and play with them. Don’t miss this mayhem!

    • Lunice [CA/QC]
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      Lunice [CA/QC]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      00:00 - 01:00

      Lunice
      In a little over a year, Lunice Fermin Pierre II has managed to capture the attention of the world with remixes on prominent labels and some of the most talked about performances of 2010 and 2011. His live mixing of beats, bass, and splintered electronics, combined with his amazing dance skills and performance style, has been making dance floors go completely wild all over the world.

    • Plapla Pinky [FR]
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      Plapla Pinky [FR]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      03:00 - 04:00

      Plapla Pinky at Nuits Sonores by Ronald de Castelbajac

      Plapla Pinky is an electronic duet comprised of noise turntablism and monome controlled Max/MSP. The two performers Maxime Denuc and Raphaël Hénard gathered around a radical conception of musical gesture and sound expressiveness

      Originally from Toulouse, they are now involved in the Paris and Brussels music and art scenes, composing pieces for brass orchestras and dance companies and have even ventured into producing short movies.

      They have performed in clubs in Paris, Berlin and Tokyo. Close friends with Jackson And His Computer Band, Plapla Pinky collaborated with Beans (Antipop Consortium) and won the Tokyo Latop Battle at Super Deluxe in Tokyo in 2009. They are currently preparing their first album to be released on the SONORE record label.

    • dÉbruit [FR/UK]
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      dÉbruit [FR/UK]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      02:00 - 03:00

      Debruit

      Hip-hop, hiphouse, heavy bass beats, African and Middle Eastern instruments, you can find all of that in Parisian Synth Magician dÉbruit‘s music. Hiphop meets Congo, Tunisia, Jamaica and LA. dÉbruit’s sound is most definitely French, but also definitely different. Known for doing regular gigs in a Congolose basement bar in Paris, dÉbruit is often filed next to the likes of Modeselektor, Daedelus and Dabyre. He definitely has a unique sound, one which is currently taking him across the world and has him doing remixes for artists such as Architeq, Zero7, Lee Scratch Perry, Kotchy, Meanest Man Contest, Man Like Me, Konono#1 and others. Be sure to catch his groundbreaking full on fusion at TodaysArt 2011.

      www.dÉbruit.com

    • Daedelus [US]
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      Daedelus [US]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      01:00 - 02:00

      daedelus2008_lauradarling

      Born Alfred Weisberg-Roberts in Santa Monica, CA, producer/instrumentalist Daedelus wanted to be an inventor from an early age, a sentiment that led to him choosing an artistic moniker (in Greek mythology, Daedalus was known as an inventor, although Weisberg-Roberts also cites the character Stephan Dedalus in James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man — as well as the ship in the Japanese cartoon Robotech — as equally valid reasons for his selection) when he began releasing his own work. Despite the fact that he was formally trained on double bass and bass clarinet, had studied jazz at USC, and could play additional instruments such as the guitar and accordion, Daedelus chose to go the electronica route, often incorporating samples from the ’30s and ’40s into his IDM and left-field hip-hop.

      Though Daedelus’ first single appeared 2001, it wasn’t until the following year that his debut full-length, Invention, was released by the Plug Research label. Daedelus proved to be a prolific composer, and the following four years brought four new albums (released via Plug Research and Mush): 2003′s Rethinking the Weather, 2004′s Of Snowdonia, 2005′s Exquisite Corpse, and 2006′s Daedelus Denies the Day’s Demise. He also worked on countless singles and side projects, including a stint as a producer for his Mush labelmates. The musician’s engaging live set was finally made available for fans, albeit in limited numbers, with Live at Low End Theory, which was recorded during a July 2007 performance at Los Angeles’ The Airliner and released in early 2008. Love to Make Music To followed in July. Righteous Fists of Harmony, issued in 2010, was released on Flying Lotus’ Brainfeeder label. Following up his 2011 released Bespoke album, Daedelus released his new EP ‘Overwhelmed’ on Ninja Tune in August 2011.

      Myspace Daedelus

  • Korzo Theater - Studio

    • Db-eat [NL]
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      Db-eat [NL]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      03:15 - 04:00

      Db-eat by Marcel van Leeuwen

      Db-eat is a dedicated producer of electronic music. Years of experience as a dj combined with over 15 years of commitment to the production of electronic music, create the interesting opportunity to produce electronic emotions on demand.

      Db-eat creates his own sound within the broad electronic genre. Next to self indicated home studio productions Db-eat also aimes at music on demand. Db-eat produces soundscapes and music for performances, websites, games, TV and motion pictures.

    • Tomlaan [NL]
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      Tomlaan [NL]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      23:30 - 01:15

      Tomlaan

      Tom Laan is a young DJ and Producer, Interactive/Media/Design student at the Royal Academy of Art and founder of the Stripewaves platform. Tom does not limit himself to one type of media by exploring and combining intersections between the fields of interaction design, graphic design, moving image and – off course – music. You might know him from his Crowd-DJ installation, which he presented at TodaysArt Session #1 on the 22nd of April 2011. As a DJ and producer Tom is constantly searching for new developments in music over a wide variety of styles, ranging from industrial/breakcore to dubstep to wonky/broken beat concepts.

      www.tomlaan.nl

    • Bakir (Spit Brothers) [US]
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      Bakir (Spit Brothers) [US]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      02:15 - 03:15

      Bakir

      Bakir is a producer, trumpet player, and DJ based in Brooklyn, NY. He runs the Dubs Alive digital label and the TUBA imprint, which features music from huge bass music talents like Jazzsteppa, J:Kenzo, DJG, Antiserum, XI, TRUTH, DZ, and Djunya, as well as his own productions.

      Bakir has toured with the live dubstep band Jazzsteppa on their first US tour as their trumpet player and tour manager. His sound ranges from the deep and subby to dance-floor smashing dubs. His DJ sets are filled with high-impact mixes, precision blends, and big dubs from producers across the globe. He is a founding member and producer of the live bass music collective The Spit Brothers, and performs as a multi-instrumentalist (trumpet, synthesizer, melodica) with that group.

    • Jazzsteppa [UK/DE]
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      Jazzsteppa [UK/DE]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      01:15 - 02:15

      Jazzsteppa by Melissa Peritore

      In December 2006, Gal Bar-Adon & Gal Moore transformed an old jazz club in Berlin into a two week mini festival of jazz and electronic experimentation. From this event evolved Jazzsteppa, a jazz collective led by Bar-Adon & Moore. Merging jazz with dubstep, drum & bass, hard-bop and dancehall, they demonstrate how great it is to mix classic live instruments such as horns with modern electronic sounds.  The collective philosophy of Jazzsteppa  led the crew to collaborate and experiment with brass players, beat makers and producers from all over Europe (Rusko, Mack Jiggah and Untold  just to name a few).

      www.jazzsteppa.co.uk

  • Korzo Theater - Club

    • Rootah [DE]
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      Rootah [DE]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      23:00 - 00:00

      rootah

      Rootah started off producing music with NoiseTracker on his COMMODORE AMIGA 500 in the early nineties. Having been a DJ since his early youth, he  really gained momentum when Techno lifted off and he came across Basic Channel, the Detroit and Chicago sound, Electro and tons of other related stuff around 1995. He spent the next seven years DJ’ing across Germany, occasionally organizing club events, running an online record store, partying and other music production experiments. Samplers, synths and FX units soon became his gear of choice.

      In 1998 Rootah and Disrupt met in Leipzig / Germany while working a day-job on a construction site. This sparked a row of more extensive studies into music and herbology, as well as the idea for the Digital Laptop Reggae concept.

      After an intensive time perfecting this style, he concluded that the feel, handling and sound of old analogue hardware gear was missing. Since then, Rootah has been exploring a fusion between ‘computah’ and the rough charm of overheated tubes and tape-delays.

      Website

    • Rootah [DE]
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      Rootah [DE]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      02:00 - 04:00

      rootah

      Rootah started off producing music with NoiseTracker on his COMMODORE AMIGA 500 in the early nineties. Having been a DJ since his early youth, he  really gained momentum when Techno lifted off and he came across Basic Channel, the Detroit and Chicago sound, Electro and tons of other related stuff around 1995. He spent the next seven years DJ’ing across Germany, occasionally organizing club events, running an online record store, partying and other music production experiments. Samplers, synths and FX units soon became his gear of choice.

      In 1998 Rootah and Disrupt met in Leipzig / Germany while working a day-job on a construction site. This sparked a row of more extensive studies into music and herbology, as well as the idea for the Digital Laptop Reggae concept.

      After an intensive time perfecting this style, he concluded that the feel, handling and sound of old analogue hardware gear was missing. Since then, Rootah has been exploring a fusion between ‘computah’ and the rough charm of overheated tubes and tape-delays.

      Website

    • Bo Marley [DK]
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      Bo Marley [DK]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      00:00 - 01:00

      Bo Marley

      Coming from the lively music scene in Arhus / Denmark, the four Bo Marley boys created a highly unique style. Using analogue synths, obscure drum machines, saxophone, African drums and the legendary Roland Space Echo, this Danish quartet creates what they call 100% Voltage Controlled Reggae roots; an awesome mix of dub and reggae.

      After releasing the LP “Bo Marley vs. disrupt” on Jahtari in 2006 / 2008 and playing unforgettable live gigs with their rocking Bo Marley mobile, most notably during the last four Fusion festivals, Bo Marley is back with a monster ghetto blaster and a proper tape to go along with it: “Masters Of The Universe“.

      When the Bo Marley members are not busy with baking space cookies or re-wiring old synths, they’re part of the highly successful bands Analogik and Bliglad.

      www.myspace.com/herrbomarley

       

       

    • Disrupt [DE] + Soom T [UK]
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      Disrupt [DE] + Soom T [UK]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      01:00 - 02:00

      soomt&disrupt

      Soom T from Glasgow, famous for her great vocal styles, has collaborated with many famous artists, such as The Orb, T. Raumschmiere, King Creosote, Miss Kittin, The Bug, Mungos Hifi, Bus, Asian Dub Foundation and many others. Her instantly recognizable voice and particular style, combined with her poetic way of expressing sociopolitical and spiritual viewpoints have earned her a solid reputation amongst other artists and music critics.

      Together with renowned artist Disrupt (Jan Gleichmar), digital dub reggae producer and co-founder of netlabel Jahtari, they play what is known as Digital Laptop Reggae; perhaps best described as 8-bit reggae digi-dub.

      www.jahtari.org/artists/disrupt.htm
      www.jahtari.org/artists/soomt.htm

  • Supermarkt

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  • Spuiplein - MediaArtMobile

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      DYNDY [IT/NL] - Imagine the Future of Money (Lecture)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:30 - 20:15

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      Economic transformations, hacker culture and why we should be so lucky

      What comes after capitalism? DYNDY‘s Jaromil will give an overview on the development of complementary and alternative monetary systems: which ones are here to stay, how do they influence social development, how can they be improved and why hackers should really care. Quoting Bernard Lietaer: “We can’t imagine to enter the Information Age without changing the fundamental and most used communication tool: money”. DYNDY intends to follow this call and break the foremost taboo of our time which is, indeed, money. They intend to establish a theoretical and practical framework to further development of this ancient medium, which is widely used around the world and can benefit from the innovative drive that hackers have so far given to networking technologies.

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      Edwin de Koning [NL] - Resolume Avenue 4

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      17:30 - 18:00

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      Presented in collaboration with NIMk

      Resolume is a real-time instrument for live (audio) visual performances. At TodaysArt, Resolume shows you how their recently released Avenue 4 software can be used to bring buildings to life. In addition to their showcase at the Spuiplein, Edwin de Koning from Resolume will present their new software in the MediaArtMobile on Saturday afternoon.
    • Artvertiser (Workshop)
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      Artvertiser (Workshop)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      10:00 - 17:00

      Artvertiser

      A project by Julian Oliver [NZ/DE], Damian Stewart [NZ/AT] and Arturo Castro [ES]
      Presented in collaboration with NIMk

      Artvertiser enables replacing signs, billboards, banners and other forms of advertising with artworks through Augmented Reality. TodaysArt will see the world premiere of the new Android (mobile operating system for smartphones) port of the Artvertiser platform. The art works will be created by participants of a three-day workshop. The results will be made visible to the audience in city walks through the Grote Marktstraat, which is an area increasingly surrounded by advertising and visual communication signals. During the walks, you will look at an advertising surface through the display of an Android device, the image is then digitally replaced with an artwork created by workshop participants!

      Thursday 22 September
      12:00 – 16:00 – Artvertiser (Workshop)

      Friday 23 September
      10:00 – 17:00 – Artvertiser (Workshop)

      Saturday 24 September
      10:00 – 17:00 – Artvertiser (Workshop)
      17:30 – Artvertiser (Walk, departure from the MediaArtMobile)
      19:30 – Artvertiser (Walk, departure from the MediaArtMobile)

      Participants: 20 participants of 16 year and older, preferably from The Hague and surroundings. No technical experience or artistic background is required. Sign up via our website in advance or visit the MediaArtMobile during the workshop days from Wednesday to Friday. IF POSSIBLE: Bring your own Android device and preferably a laptop computer.

  • Spuiplein

    • Coen Hoogstraten [NL] - Lichtbloem (Workshop)
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      Coen Hoogstraten [NL] - Lichtbloem (Workshop)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 22:00

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      Through this short but exciting workshop light artist Coen Hoogstraten shows you how to make your own Lichtbloem (Light Flower), a tingling light made of a ping pong ball, an LED light, a pushpin and optical fibers. Hoogstraten came up with Lichtbloem when he started to give workshops on primary schools last year. He wanted to create a light object which was easy to produce, even for the small ones.

      www.coens.org

  • Filmhuis - Zaal 6

    • Performance Architecture (Conference)
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      Performance Architecture (Conference)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      13:00 - 18:00

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      A conference and series of performances entitled Performative Architecture / Urban Strategies / Shadow Cities provides the public, architects, urban theorists, performers, academics, philosophers, activists and students with an opportunity to discuss contemporary performative architecture, and future artistic and urban strategies. The conference starts in The Hague with a one-day programme, followed by a three-day programme the week after in Brussels at TodaysArt.BE. The conference is curated and lead by Ewen Chardronnet and features the following speakers; Pedro Gadanho, Jan Liesegang + Axel Timm (Raumlabor), ZUS (Zones Urbaines Sensibles) and Martine de Wit(DUS architects).

      Accepting architecture as cultural production, its performative dimension must also contribute to a critical role, that is, to architecture’s capacity to produce commentary regarding the ongoing transformations of culture and society. In this sense, the notion of architectural performance implied here feeds directly upon the tradition of performance art. - Pedro Gadanho, “Architecture as performance”, revista Dédalo N°2, Porto, 2007

      The main achievement of contemporary city planning is to have made people blind to the possibility of what we call unitary urbanism, namely a living critique of this manipulation of cities and their inhabitants, a critique fueled by all the tensions of everyday life. A living critique means setting up bases for an experimental life where people can come together to create their own lives on terrains equipped to their ends. - Raoul Vaneigem, Attila Kotanyi, “Basic program of the Bureau of Unitary Urbanism”, revue Internationale Situationniste N°6, Paris, 1961

      In the last decade, ephemeral architecture practices of numerous architects and artists collectives have been developing as a critical answer to the results of growing mobility in the recent neo-liberal context, using various performative tactics for “activation” of the local potentialities for social change. The most interesting ephemeral architecture projects are fast-statement critical practices, collective actions towards the creation of temporary places for encounters in an ever-changing urban environment.

      But, because these actions have to be strongly connected to longer-term local actions, they have to be transitory phases that call for a social transformation, for a next step. And in that sense, this is very performative. And this is where the performative action becomes a radical social gesture that goes far beyond the production of an aesthetic object.

      - Ewen Chardronnet

       

      This programme was supported by the European Commission’s culture programme in the framework of the European Cities of Advanced Sound and related arts(ECAS) network project.

  • Grote Marktstraat

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      Saturday 24 September 2011

      17:30 - 18:30

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      Saturday 24 September 2011

      19:00 - 20:00

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  • Korzo Theater - Club

    • Moldover [US] - Build Your Own Light-Theremin (Workshop)
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      Moldover [US] - Build Your Own Light-Theremin (Workshop)

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      14:00 - 18:00

      Moldover

      If technology and music are your life, brace yourself- Moldover is about to reformat your soul. Hailed by 700,000 YouTube viewers as “The Godfather of Controllerism”, Moldover is a new breed of music icon. Combining the charisma of a rock star, the mad genius of a basement inventor, and the radical inclusiveness of the DIY internet generation, Moldover is “literally throwing away the rule book and reinventing the wheel” (Remix Magazine). Witness his balls-to-the-wall live show at a club, experience his multiplayer music installations at a festival, or pick up and play the ”light theramin” packaging of his debut album and understand why the next paradigm for music is a one-man-brand called Moldover.

      There will be three workshop sessions on 14:00, 16:00 and 17:30. Report at the venue in advance if you want to participate!

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  • TAG

    • Periphery: TAG - Rory Pilgrim [UK] and Louwrien Wijers [NL] - Can we leave things as they are?
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      Periphery: TAG - Rory Pilgrim [UK] and Louwrien Wijers [NL] - Can we leave things as they are?

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      12:00 - 17:00

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      “Can we leave things as they are?” is an exhibition with works by Rory Pilgrim and Louwrien Wijers.

      Opening 16th of September at 19:00. Exhibition runs 17 of September – 19 of November 2011. Opening times Thursday – Sunday, 12:00 – 17:00.

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      Rory Pilgrim (UK, b. 1988) ingeniously combines musical composition, singing and conducting choirs with investigation into political structures, social issues and the design of the public space. He intervenes in communities by providing some kind of service or a simple gesture, thereby creating works that function at the interface between the visual arts, music and cultural sociology.

      On 19th of May 1989, Zhao Ziyang went to Tiananmen Square and personally made a speech urging the protesting students to end their hunger strike. He called out to them, ‘We are already old, it doesn’t matter to us anymore’, it was his last public appearance. Conceived and reflecting upon this historic speech and statement Pilgrim will install a meeting room in TAG during the exhibition. On the last day elders from the city are invited to come to the meeting room to discuss and answer directly in consensus “Can we leave things as they are?”. Depending on their answer (“We can leave things as they are”, “We can’t leave things as they are” and “We are undecided”) this message would be broadcasted out to the city via a composition written for a carillon on a public square in Den Haag. The elders will be taken to the carillon to hear their decision broadcast.

      Beginning in 1978, artist and writer Louwrien Wijers (NL, b. 1941) conducts interviews with charismatic individuals from all over the world. ‘Art meets Science and Spirituality in a changing Economy’ is a mental sculpture of panel dialogues in the Stedelijk Museum initiated by Wijers. The conversations focus on the future of art, religion and money. With: David Bohm, John Cage, Ilya Prigogine, Dalai Lama, Lawrence Weiner, Marina Abramovic, Fritjof Capra, Robert Rauschenberg, among others. The prediction of the participants in the panel discussions is that we are moving from a “competitive society to a more compassionate society”. This is the growth the artists were aiming for who perceived art as a possible way of changing the world for the better. “Dramatic cultural and socio-economic changes require that we relinquish our anxiety-ridden mechanistic linearity”, says Wijers, “competition, fragmentation and specialisation based on the alleged certitudes of the mechanistic world view have to be replaced by respect for others and a general awareness of universal responsibility.” TAG will present the recently edited documentation of the discussions, next to Wijers’s writing.

      In addition to the work of Pilgrim and Wijers there will be a screening of Anton Vidokle’s film New York Conversations. Shot in a Chinatown storefront converted for this occasion into an improvised kitchen/restaurant, the film documents three days of public conversations between artists, critics, curators, and a free floating public. The film is a subjective record of these conversations, which explored various topics ranging from questions concerning precarious and immaterial labor in the field of art, possibilities for non-alienated life and working conditions, the feasibility of artistic freedom, and possible means of reclaiming dignity in the work of art criticism, to more immediate questions concerning whether what was actually taking place throughout the course of the event was in fact an artwork.

      With: Francisca Benitez, Nico Dockx, Daniel Faust, Media Farzin, Liam Gillick, Egon Hanfstingl, Jörg Heiser, Steven Kaplan, Shama Khana, Anders Kreuger, Miwon Kwon, Valerie Mannaerts, Sis Matthé, Hadley Nunes, Saul Ostrow, Marti Peran, Simon Rees, Els Roelandt, Dieter Roelstraete, Martha Rosler, Joe Scanlan, Maxwel Stephen, Monika Szewczyk, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Jan Verwoert, Anton Vidokle, Lawrence Weiner, Andrea Wiarda, Louwrien Wijers and others.

  • LhGWR

    • Periphery: LhGWR - Sander Reijgers [NL] - Art belongs to a nail
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      Periphery: LhGWR - Sander Reijgers [NL] - Art belongs to a nail

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      12:00 - 17:00

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      LhGWR starts the season with Art belongs to a nail, an exhibition with new works by visual artist Sander Reijgers [NL].

      About one and a half year ago a post on Trendbeheer.com about Reijgers’ work Negerin 2009 (a football made of pieces from a blow-up-doll) was copied by the renowned blog GeenStijl.nl. This resulted in an enormous respons. The content of these comments confronted Reijgers with the vast distance between GeenStijl-respondents and the art world. In his latest work Reijgers confronts these respondents with ‘the artist Sander Reijgers’. Like before when he managed to have Business and Religion or Sex and Islam visually communicate with each other, he searched for a way to evoke a visual debate between himself and the opinion of the majority. He found the key in a post on GeenStijl saying; ‘Art belongs to a nail’.

      Sander Reijgers (1977) offers the spectator a different view on existing social and cultural rules and experiences. By combining conflicting subjects in a defined way, both a clash and synergy come into being. In his work design, art, fashion, sex, religion and politics come to a dramatic collision just as they, as dramatically, are wholly engrossed. He leads you but also leaves you room to formulate your own opinion. Reijgers let go of his painters background and crosses over to different discipline in a remarkable way. In his earlier work you literally see the transition from canvas to portable textile: he used pieces of love dolls in his work. In his newest creations all elements from former work are combined in non compos sculptural forms.

  • West

    • Periphery: West - Reynold Reynolds [US] - Six Pieces
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      Periphery: West - Reynold Reynolds [US] - Six Pieces

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      12:00 - 18:00

      Secret Life - Reynold Reynolds - West - 01

      West is proud to present American artist Reynold Reynolds’ first solo exhibition in the Netherlands. Six Pieces is an exhibition in which Reynolds explores various aspects of human existence, using his experimental films and installations. Due to the enthralling aesthetics, which are both cool and sensual, his work is strikingly impressive. The abundantly detailed set in which he works, forms the basis for his powerful visual expressive language. Reynolds brings frozen goldfish to life, lets walls move, and makes plants grow visibly. An environment in which the daily routine of human beings seems poetic, until chaos and drama take over everyday life. Serious topics such as isolation, loneliness and insecurity are portrayed in an uncommonly beautiful, surrealistic style that keep you riveted.

  • Vrije Academie

    • Periphery: Vrije Academie - GENERATION 9/11
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      Periphery: Vrije Academie - GENERATION 9/11

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      12:00 - 18:00

      Nina Berman - Marine Wedding (2006)

      During TodaysArt.NL 2011, the Vrije Academie presents an exhibition assessing and exploring trends in war photography and conflict image-forming ten years after 9/11.

      With work by:  Tim Hetherington, Simon Norfolk, Zalmai, Thomas Dworzak, Tyler Hicks, Teru Kuwayama, Frederic Lafargue, Nina Berman, Benjamin Lowy, Teun Voeten, Geert van Kesteren, Karim Ben Khalifa, Moises Salman, Abdul Ahhad Ghait, Michael Kamber, Chris Hondros, Bruno Stevens, Kai Wiederhöfer, Eman Mohammed, Mohammed Abed, Mia Grondahl and Kent Klich.

      Guest curator: Teun Voeten in collaboration with Timo de Rijk, Jamie Wellford, Gert van Langendonck and Marie Jeanne de Rooij.

  • Paard Cafe

  • 1646

    • Periphery: 1646 - Theo Marks [US] + Han Orsel [NL] - The Root of Bluegra…
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      Periphery: 1646 - Theo Marks [US] + Han Orsel [NL] - The Root of Bluegrass

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      20:00 - 21:30

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      During TodaysArt.NL 2011, 1646 presents The Root of Bluegrass. Old-time banjo player and born and raised Virginian mountain boy Theo Marks goes into a musical conversation with Americana collector and critic Han Orsel. With live and recorded music, Theo Marks and Han Orsel will draw an image of a region which gave birth to some of the most beautiful and influential music during an absolute ethical low of Western modern times. The musical lecture/performance takes place within the context of the exhibition ‘What the modern age has gained in civility it has lost in poetic inspiration‘.

       

  • 330 LIVE

    • Periphery: BEATLAB 330 - Cinnaman [NL], Filosofische Stilte [NL], Deadstokdonut [NL], Ill Tovver [NL], Robby Brighton [NL]
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      Periphery: BEATLAB 330 - Cinnaman [NL], Filosofische Stilte [NL], Deadstokdonut [NL], Ill Tovver [NL], Robby Brighton [NL]

      Saturday 24 September 2011

      21:00 - 03:00

      beatlab

      At TodaysArt.NL 2011 Beatlab presents an evening programme with four amazingly talented upcoming artists from The Hague: Filosofische StilteDeadstokdonutIll Tovver and Robby Brighton. Cinnaman (Beat Dimensions / Viral Radio) from Amsterdam will be headlining the night.

      Beatlab 330″ was founded by a group of three seasoned music lovers and collectors from The Hague, all coming from different backgrounds but with one common passion: Broken beats, intelligent dance and listening music, neo-soul in a cross-genre context. Elements of disco, hip-hop, funk and soul and idm and 8bit Nintendo are fused into a new and often accessible forms.

      There are exciting things coming up in the ‘dance’ scene. Beatlab tries (and so far they well managed to do so) to promote local talent, combined with some bigger names from abroad. In the past Beatlab nights included Teebs, Shigeto, Ras G, HALP, B-Ju, Krampfhaft and Taprikk Sweezee among others.

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