PERFORMANCE PLATFORM

About

Performance Platform is a website and web app listing public activities from five different organisations based in Amsterdam: Dasarts, If I Can't Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, NBprojects, School for New Dance Development (SNDO) and Veem House for Performance. In addition, Performance Platform calls attention to other performance-related events in the city and abroad.

Performance Platform is an entirely subjective, while broadly oriented mapping of the performance landscape. Besides being a user-friendly list serve, the platform aims to highlight pathways through the city, facilitating new discoveries across the various institutions where (performing) arts take place. Far from attempting an all-encompassing survey of the field, the platform’s organisers include information concerning performance-related activities that have captured our imagination: mainly in Amsterdam—to strengthen the local scene—but also elsewhere in the world.

Every month, the five partners come together to discuss preferred landmarks within Amsterdam’s performance field, unfamiliar artists, or events that arouse curiosity. We draw attention to the things that are already here, close-by, but which are perhaps overlooked, inconspicuous or as yet unnoticed. We don’t shy away from ‘big and famous’ either. Every month a new landscape of artistic activity arises—full of not-yet-visible links and possible interconnections, new perspectives, viewpoints and secret gardens.

Those who subscribe to the Performance Platform, get a monthly Letter in their inbox. The goal of this Letter is not to inform, nor to bring any 'news'. Until 2016, each month, in a rotating manner, Barbara Van Lindt, Anne Breure, Nicole Beutler, Frédérique Bergholtz and Bojana Mladenovic, have been presenting the platform’s readership with topics, ideas or people connected to their most current interest. In 2016, a new editorial board composed of Isobel Dryburgh, Maria Rößler, Marjolein Vogels, Annick Kleizen and Simon Asencio was invited to bring in their diversely informed perspectives and to continue the momentum initiated by the five ladies who artistically lead the Performance Platform’s constitutive organisations. Sometimes staying as close as to articulating excitement or concern from the life of the organisations, at other times drawing attention to complex and elaborate projects of others, the editorial board also occasionally extends the invitation to a guest to speak on its behalf.

Each Letter marks a point in time in which the thoughts and ideas on or around performance situate themselves rather freely in poetic, semi- or non-academic, invigorating, careless, engaged, frivolous and pertinent performance discourses at once.

The history and traditions of performance lie in the twentieth century. Today, this provides references, concepts, presentation modes, curatorial models, theoretical and philosophical ideas that infuse life in many different scenes. For us—a venue and production house, a dance company, a visual arts institute, a Bachelor Studies for Choreography and a training programme for Masters of Theatre—approaching the arts from a disciplinary angle does not correspond to the way we work, think and talk. Performance allows another perspective: less sticking to orthodoxy within disciplines, more addressing qualities of presence, the experience of an event, and the politics of show and tell.

English is the language most used in this international community and is therefore the one we have chosen to carry the Performance Platform contents.

NBprojects IICD Het Veem Theater DASarts SNDO

HET VEEM THEATER

Filled with voices during the year; old and new, young and established, coming from the arts and beyond, coming from Amsterdam and abroad. Always exploring what performance can and should be in movement, time, and discourse; questioning what we take as given, performing new proposals for ways of looking, and taking us on journeys to unknown worlds. Veem stands as a house for performance, dance, and discourse for making and presenting radical, daring, and experimental work.

We do this by producing and presenting performances on the cross-disciplinary field of dance, theatre, visual arts, cinematography, and music from new makers and by inviting work of international influential artists.
We do this in connections with schools and institutions with whom we share fascinations and this field. (i.a. SNDO, Mime, Amsterdam Master of Choreography and DasArts; Stedelijk Museum, SPRING, ICK, Oude Kerk, Nieuwe Grond – Theater Festival)
We do this in discourse by organising exchanges of thought, booklaunches, debates and salons.
We do this in going outside and working at, and with, other spaces and places.
We do this with you – the audience, artists, and all curious minds out there. The doors are open! Be welcome.

www.veem.house

IF I CAN'T DANCE

If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution is an association dedicated to exploring the evolution and typology of performance and performativity in contemporary art. If I Can’t Dance initiates, produces and presents projects with artists, curators and researchers on the basis of long-term collaborations. These projects are presented (inter)nationally through a network of partner institutions.

If I Can’t Dance works along the systematic of collaboration. It doesn’t have a ‘house’, but instead produces projects and programmes that have different manifestations in different institutions within the Netherlands and abroad. One of our networks is Corpus, a European consortium for performance production including the partners Tate Modern and Playground Festival (STUK, Museum M).

If I Can’t Dance’s programme is structured in two-year editions, comprising of artist commissions, research commissions, as well as discursive activities including a monthly reading group. Each edition, defined by a certain field of investigation, engages a group of associated practitioners and institutional partners and unfolds along a travelling trajectory. Previous editions examined theatricality (Edition I), feminism (Edition II) masquerade (Edition III), affect (Edition IV), and appropriation in conjunction with dedication (Edition V) in contemporary visual art.

For Edition VI (2015–2016), If I Can’t Dance takes the notions of ‘Event and Duration’ as the field of research for its biannual programme of Commissions, Performance in Residence projects, reading groups, seminars and workshops. The programme of Commissions includes the production and presentation of new work by artists Leonor Antunes, Alex Martinis Roe, Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa, and Joke Robaard. If I Can’t Dance also continues its Performance in Residence programme, approaching performance-related practice through production-led research, with four new projects by Erin Alexa Freedman and Lili Huston-Herterich, Fred Moten and Wu Tsang, Peter Pál Pelbart, and Vivian Ziherl.

Since its inception in 2005, If I Can't Dance explores performance practice in visual art, set within the wider scope of both stage arts and feminism. Our relationships with practitioners to this day are informed by our ongoing interest in current and past theatre and dance practices and the manifestations of feminist discourse in art production.

The programme of If I Can’t Dance is supported by the Mondriaan Fund, the Cultural Programme of the European Union (Corpus) and the municipality of Amsterdam.

www.ificantdance.org

NBPROJECTS

NBprojects is a vehicle for the artistic and curatorial projects of choreographer Nicole Beutler and her associates.

NBprojects is motivated by the desire to find, and propose, alternatives to fixed ideologies. It seeks to articulate the instability of the rational, create conditions for encounters and reflection within an artistic practice that naturally goes beyond the borders of constructed disciplines such as theatre, visual art, music, dance and performance. This motivation leads to performance/ dance/ theatre projects, to various forms of cross-disciplinary collaborations, as well as to the curating of conferences, lectures, festivals and the annual summer academy: WE LIVE HERE.

Nicole Beutler studied Fine Arts in Germany and Dance and Choreography at the School for New Dance Development (SNDO), part of the Amsterdam Theatre School. Parallel to creating dance/performance pieces, she was a member of the theatre-maker’s collective LISA. After five years of existence as discursive framework and production platform, LISA came to an end. Nicole set up her own organisation: NBprojects. Propelled by the fundamental desire to ‘bring people together’, with NBprojects she continues the search for links and connections across the field and beyond.

NBprojects is joining the Performance Platform in order to expose existing artistic pathways across the city of Amsterdam and beyond its borders, to mark a landscape of affinities and potential connections and to relate individual practices to the larger context.

NBprojects is funded by the Dutch Performing Arts Fund.

www.nbprojects.nl

DASARTS

DasArts is a master’s degree course within the Theatre School of the Amsterdam School of Arts. The programme is based on eighteen years of experience as an educational, production-based and research-orientated hybrid. Our two-year, question based, residential master’s programme functions as a laboratory and aims to improve the artistic competences of its international students.

Artists studying at DasArts define both their goals and the research methods they plan to adopt. Although the focus is placed on individual development, our main educational strategies are derived from the learning potential of encounters: significant collisions with peers, guest teachers and staff and the fostering of professional intimacy. In other words, the degree to which you are able to provide insights into your working processes to a group of colleagues and/or an audience (often comprised of professionals).

DasArts is an acknowledged master of theatre. Theatre is the backdrop: its history and conventions, the traditions and the avant-garde spirit. Performance is part of this legacy. Since this lively contemporary international scene of practitioners and theoreticians creates a cross-cultural critical environment, DasArts consciously brings it into its program: via guest teachers, advisors or mentors, the students themselves, or the books housed in the library.

www.dasarts.nl

SNDO

The SNDO—School for New Dance Development (School voor Nieuwe Dansontwikkeling in Dutch)—offers a full time four-year professional education course leading to a bachelor's degree in Art – Choreography. The school was founded in 1975 as an attempt to find new directions for dance next to the existing forms and styles that dominated the field. After forty years, the SNDO remains inquisitive, open minded, and in the foreground of progressive developments in the fields of dance and performance. In the curriculum, the school establishes the conditions from which the creativity of the student can emerge. Reflection on the specific qualities of dance and performance as art forms is developed, and awareness of the body and the artistic implications of working with it take precedence.

The SNDO has built an international reputation and has students from more than forty different countries. The staff and guest teachers are also international, and courses are taught in English. This international reputation, its strong image (inevitably followed by some myths!), and its excellent pool of alumni, all continue to contribute to its development and renewal, challenging and expanding upon established ways of making choreographies and performances. It is only possible to achieve this through the combination of an articulate vision on art, society, and education, and the translation of this vision into the school structure and the curriculum. Throughout the years one thing has remained constant—that which is expected from its students, the SNDO poses as a task to itself: continuous critical self-examination, experimentation, renewal, and the contemporaneity and progressiveness of its programme.

Over and above its core curriculum, the SNDO does this through active and critical dialogue with contemporary themes and politics within the profession; stimulating and initiating new developments and research in the area of dance and performance; by offering intensive courses and symposia, and by producing articles that can contribute to further development in the field. The SNDO collaborates with a number of local and international organizations from the fields of dance, performance, visual arts, and education: theatres Frascati and Het Veem, the fine arts institute If I Can’t Dance in Amsterdam and HZT from Berlin.

Like any educational structure, the SNDO is further recognized and enriched by the work of its alumni. Many teachers, dancers, and choreographers work in the international field. Within the large working community names such as Sasha Waltz, Martin Nachbar, Thomas Lehmen, Ivana Müller, or Nicloe Beutler stand as already established and recognized choreographers alongside more recent forces such as Alma Söderberg, Rodrigo Sobarzo de Larraechea, Vincent Riebeek, Florentina Holzinger, Lisa Vereertbrugghen, Simon Tanguy, Marta Ziólek, and Simon Asencio, to name just a few recent graduates.

The SNDO is part of de Theaterschool at the AHK—Amsterdam School of the Arts, and is accredited by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.

www.sndo.nl

Design by Kommerz / Technique by Joris Lindhout

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  • 2110

  • QAGOMA

    8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art

    Abdul Abdullah, Richard Bell, a.o.

    21 Nov-10 Apr 2016

    Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane (AU)

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  • This eighth edition of the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) emphasizes the role of performance in recent art, exploring the use of the human form to express cultural, social and political ideas, and the central role of artists in articulating experiences specific to their localities. APT8 features more than 80 artists and groups from over 30 countries, and continues to expand its consideration of the region into parts of West and Central Asia. For more information and the full programme, visit: qagoma.qld.gov.au

  • Daily, 10am
  • Free admission
  • qagoma.qld.gov.au
  • Stanley Pl, South Bank, Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
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  • 2906

  • Stedelijk Museum

    Mach Dich hübsch!

    Isa Genzken

    29 Nov-6 Mar 2016

    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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  • The exhibition Mach Dich hübsch! is the first comprehensive retrospective of one of the most influential artists of the last forty years. Isa Genzken (1948) is an artist prepared to risk everything in her pursuit of artistic renewal. Her oeuvre is rooted in the medium of sculpture, and is distinguished by a constantly evolving visual language and the unconstrained use of media. Genzken’s work encompasses sculpture, installation, film, video, painting, collage, and photography. In the 1970s, she produced computer-designed sculpture in relation to American Minimalism and Conceptual Art. These sculptures were followed by one radical step after another.

  • Daily, 10am
  • €15–0
  • stedelijk.nl
  • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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  • 1217

  • Stedelijk Museum

    Beyond Conceptual Art

    Seth Siegelaub

    12 Dec-17 Apr 2016

    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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  • He was a gallerist, independent curator, publisher, researcher, archivist, collector, and bibliographer. Often billed the “father of Conceptual Art,” Seth Siegelaub was—and remains—a seminal influence on curators, artists, and cultural thinkers, internationally and in Amsterdam, where he settled in the 1990s. Now the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is organizing the exhibition Seth Siegelaub: Beyond Conceptual Art, devoted to the life and work of this fascinating yet still elusive figure.

  • Daily, 10am
  • €15–0
  • stedelijk.nl
  • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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  • 1206

  • Para Site

    The world is our home. A poem on abstraction.

    Robert Motherwell, Bruce Nauman, Tomie Ohtake, Tang Chang

    12 Dec-6 Mar 2016

    Para Site, Hong Kong (HK)

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  • The world is our home (…) takes as its point of departure a moment in the abstract movement of the post-war era, when dominant international vocabularies became entangled with traditional Asian painting in the work of a few artists, working independently and in disparate contexts. The show gathers a small but consistent body of works by Motherwell, Ohtake, and Tang—three painters active outside of East Asia whose practices incorporated artistic traditions of this region—and looks at the different levels of marginality operated by art historical narratives and aims to make a modest contribution to the re-evaluation of national and international cannons.

  • Wed–Sun, noon
  • Free admission
  • para-site.org.hk
  • 423 King's Road, North Point, Hong Kong
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  • 1613

  • Stedelijk Museum

    And You Were Wonderful, On Stage

    Cally Spooner

    16 Jan-13 Mar 2016

    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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  • The Stedelijk Museum will exhibit And You Were Wonderful, On Stage (2013–2015), an immersive five-channel film installation by British artist Cally Spooner. In this work, a musical for six continuously rolling cameras, a black box soundstage and its inhabitants, are recorded in a single take. Cast and crew become a constant-motion human backdrop, pragmatically recomposing scene-changes through lighting cues, voice, body movement, or continuous shifts of filmic apparatus and props. The six camera feeds are presented on five screens in an installation that has more in common with a live choreographic event, than cinema.

  • Daily, 10am
  • €15–0
  • stedelijk.nl
  • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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  • 2319

  • Kunstverein

    Hans de Vries ‘Works 1968–1975’

    Hans de Vries

    23 Jan-19 Mar 2016

    Kunstverein, Amsterdam

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  • Hans de Vries ‘Works 1968–1975’ is De Vries’s first exhibition since he stopped producing art at end of the 1970s. It is a retrospective of all the publications and book-related works including parallel articles and essays about his practice. Hans de Vries concentrated on the study and registration of processes and appearances that occur in and are created by nature. De Vries was a close observer, an onlooker, an eyewitness, whose aim was to discern and document the relationship between man and his natural environment.

  • Thu-Sat, 1pm
  • Free admission
  • kunstverein.nl
  • Gerard Doustraat 132, 1073 VX Amsterdam
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  • 2906

  • Witte de With

    Relational Stalinism – The Musical

    Michael Portnoy

    29 Jan-6 Mar 2016

    Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam (NL)

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  • Running across six spaces at Witte de With, Relational Stalinism – The Musical is an ambitious assemblage of new performances created by artist Michael Portnoy enacted and developed with a troupe of dancers, actors, singers and improvisers. Many different registers of performance will simultaneously cohabit the institution, mixing inscrutable role-play scenarios, experimental sketch comedy, hyperactive spectatorship, melodramatic operatic interlude, prog-rock micro-dance and teary-eyed theoretical soliloquy. Combining futurology with satire, this exhibition transmutes the seeds of prevalent approaches to visual arts performance as a form of generative critique.

  • Tues-Sun, 11am–6pm; Perf.: Thu, Sat, Sun, 2–6pm
  • €6–0
  • wdw.nl
  • Witte de Withstraat 50 3012 BR Rotterdam, NL
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  • 3001

  • Malmö Konsthall

    [wood painting]

    Heimo Zobernig

    30 Jan-1 May 2016

    Malmö Konsthall, Malmö (SE)

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  • With works that respond to the legacy of the discourses and themes of formalist, abstract and Minimalist art, often establishing a close dialogue with the architecture and history of a specific place, Heimo Zobernig is an important representative of the artists associated with “Kontext Kunst” in the German-speaking art scene of the 1990s. His practice is defined by a calculated balance that playfully calls into question form and function, as well as the presentation and staging of art. For this solo exhibition at Malmö Konsthall, which is Zobernig’s first presentation in the Nordic countries, a series of new sculptures reflects on the architecture of the gallery space.

  • Daily, 11am
  • Free admission
  • konsthall.malmo.se
  • St. Johannesgatan 7, SE-205 80, Malmö, Sweden
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  • 3103

  • De Vleeshal

    Here It Comes

    Simone Forti

    31 Jan-3 Apr 2016

    De Vleeshal, Middelburg (NL)

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  • De Vleeshal presents a comprehensive solo exhibition by artist, choreographer, dancer and writer Simone Forti (1935, Italy). Although Forti has performed in the Netherlands in the 1980s, this is the first solo show of her seminal oeuvre here. From her early minimalist ‘Dance Constructions’ through her animal studies, news animations and collaborations with musicians, Simone Forti has worked with an eye toward creating idioms for exploring natural form and behaviors. Forti’s work has made a major contribution to the intersection of sculpture and performance and helped to create a sensibility for ‘what we know about things through our bodies.’

  • Tue-Fri, 1pm; Sat-Sun, 11am
  • Free admission
  • vleeshal.nl
  • Markt; Zusterstraat 7, 4331 KG, Middelburg, NL
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  • 0619

  • Ellen de Bruijne prj.

    Performance practices in a gallery context

    Kerstin Cmelka, Dina Danish, Jeremiah Day, Dora Garcia, a.o.

    6 Feb-19 Mar 2016

    Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam

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  • The discussion on how to collect, document and archive performance is currently a hot topic among (collecting) institutions. While contemporary performance artists are still not much represented by galleries, it’s not only the question on how to deal with the actual performance in case of selling, but also to think of what the performance consists of and how the artist relates to its performance. It also raises questions regarding the possible documentation; is it considered a separate work which functions on its own, a supportive part of the performance or mere documentation? For programme details, visit: edbprojects.com

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  • edbprojects.com
  • Rozengracht 207 A, 1016 LZ Amsterdam
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  • 0626

  • Oude Kerk

    Come Closer: four meetings in the twilight

    Volle Band, Hans Kuiper, DNK ensemble, Waèl el Allouche, a.o.

    6 Feb-26 Mar 2016

    Oude Kerk, Amsterdam

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  • After a series of outdoor evenings on the rooftop of the Oude Kerk last summer, Come Closer is now landing into the heart of the church, where the exhibition Geometry of the Scattering by Germaine Kruip is on view through March 27, 2016. Come Closer invites artists, scientists, musicians and visitors to come together. With the exhibition as a starting point, they create new stories, images and sounds that we share with each other. Precisely around sunset. For the full programme, visit: oudekerk.nl.

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  • oudekerk.nl
  • Oudekerksplein 23, 1012 GX Amsterdam
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  • 0708

  • 
Framer Framed

    Iran’s Women’s Movement: On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi

    Azadeh Fatehrad (cur.)

    7 Feb-8 Mar 2016

    
Framer Framed, Amsterdam

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  • Feminism in Iran came to the forefront quite simultaneously with feminism in other parts of the world. The emergence of women in the public sphere in Iran is tied to the formation and growth of women’s associations and publications over a period of 20 years (approx. from 1910-1932). The magazine Zaban-e-Zanan, published by Sadiqe Dowlatabadi in 1918, was the first publication written by women about women and for women’s interests. This exhibition will centre on the emergence of the women’s movement in Iran, and is a reflection on the personal archive of Dowlatabadi—‘the first founding mother of the Iranian feminist movement’.

  • Wed-Thu, 2pm
  • Free admission
  • framerframed.nl
  • IJpromenade 2, 1031 KT Amsterdam
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  • 1302

  • Villa Vassilieff

    Groupe Mobile

    Yaacov Agam, Andrea Ancira, Ellie Armon Azoulay, a.o.

    13 Feb-2 Jun 2016

    Villa Vassilieff, Paris (FR)

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  • A former car­penter who learned about pho­tog­raphy after being harmed during the First World War, Marc Vaux car­ried his pho­to­graphic chamber around the artists stu­dios of Montparnasse and Paris from the 1920s to the 1970s, pro­ducing more than 250 000 glass plates. Groupe Mobile, Villa Vassilieff’s inau­gural pro­ject, takes our explo­ration of the Marc Vaux Archive, con­served at the Centre Pompidou, as a starting point to re-examine—in dia­logue with con­tem­po­rary artists and asso­ciate researchers—these pho­tographs, their con­text of pro­duc­tion and the his­tor­ical nar­ra­tives attached to them.

  • Tue-Sat, 11am
  • Free admis­sion
  • villavassilieff.net
  • 21 Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris, France
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  • 0217

  • NBprojects

    3: THE GARDEN (March tour)

    Nicole Beutler

    2-17 Mar 2016

    Multiple venues in the Netherlands

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  • In 2016, Nicole Beutler takes her production 3: THE GARDEN (2011) to the big theatres in order to once again mix up ‘nature’ and ‘culture’. Following in the footsteps of the Romanticists, Beutler explores the utopian desire to go ‘back to nature’, in search of an untouched wilderness. In her own ‘Garden of Eden’, six performers enact a ritual of mirroring shapes, like the illusory little bits in a kaleidoscope. Very gradually, driven by the music of DJ/composer Gary Shepherd and the anti-pop band Einstürzende Neubauten, the controlled beauty goes off the rails, and it is actually mankind who stirs up a raging chaos. For the schedule of performances, visit nbprojects.nl.

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  • Rotterdam, Maastricht, Eindhoven, & The Hague (NL)
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  • 0205

  • Frascati

    NIEUW WERK

    Liliane Brakema, Rita Vilhena / Productiehuis Rotterdam, a.o.

    2-5 Mar 2016

    Frascati, Amsterdam

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  • Twice a year Frascati presents NIEUW WERK. (NEW WORKS.) This programme hosts performances by a new generation of dance- and theatre artists. Two double bills with thrilling performances by the new and upcoming. With NIEUW WERK. Frascati creates a platform for those whose career has just started. The artists all come from various backgrounds in schooling and artform. For this edition we present the work of: Liliane Brakema, Rita Vilhena / Productiehuis Rotterdam, Manolis Tsipos, Noah Voelker, Lisa Verbelen. Click here for the full programme and tickets.

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  • frascatitheater.nl
  • Nes 63, 1012 KD Amsterdam
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  • 0206

  • Mousonturm

    Tanzplattform Deutschland 2016

    Monika Gintersdorfer and Knut Klassen, a.o.

    2-6 Mar 2016

    Frankfurt am Main, Offenbach, Darmstadt, Bad Homburg (DE)

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  • From 2–6 March 2016, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm is hosting the twelfth edition of Tanzplattform Deutschland. The festival presents twelve outstanding German dance productions from the past two years that reflect the aesthetic diversity and wide range of contemporary dance styles in Germany. For the full programme and tickets, visit: mousonturm.de.

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  • mousonturm.de
  • Multiple venues in Germany
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  • 02

  • Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam

    Intendantin!

    Karin Beier, Rita Thiele, a.o.

    2 Mar 2016

    Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam

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  • Het DeutschesSchauSpielHausHamburg wordt voor het eerst in zijn 115-jarige bestaan geleid door een vrouw: Intendantin Karin Beier. Beier neemt, samen met haar chef dramaturgie Rita Thiele, een bijzondere plek in binnen het vooralsnog door mannen gedomineerde Duitse theaterlandschap. De opmars van vrouwelijke theaterleiders – en de vraag of sekse ertoe doet – is een brandend thema. We zetten het tijdens Brandhaarden dan ook op de agenda met een debatavond. We geven het woord aan Beier, Thiele en Bianca van der Schoot. Moderator is filosofe en publiciste Simone van Saarloos.

  • 8.30pm
  • €15–10
  • stadsschouwburgamsterdam.nl
  • Leidseplein 26, 1017 PT Amsterdam
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  • 0207

  • The Artist's Institute

    Hilton Als

    Hilton Als

    2 Mar-7 Aug 2016

    The Artist's Institute, New York (USA)

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  • For more than thirty years, Hilton Als has archived his feelings about those he’s encountered intimately and from a distance in two books of essays and in publications like The Village Voice and The New Yorker. Art, he says, has remained a relief from language; expression he has sought variously as a photo editor, graphic designer, curator, and visual artist. Still, Als continues to seek creative positions where these distinctions matter less, using photographs, sound, and installation to sustain his mix of memoir, portraiture, and criticism.

  • Tue–Fri, 12–6pm
  • Free admission
  • theartistsinstitute.org
  • 132 E. 65th Street, New York New York 10065, USA
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  • 03

  • Witte de With

    Performance Taxonomies

    Igor Dobricic, Bojana Mladenovic, Michael Portnoy, a.o.

    3 Mar 2016

    Witte de With Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam (NL)

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  • From Post-Dance to the Looped Readymade, what are the current breeds of performance seen at institutions? What alternative mutations and expanded possibilities can we envision? This programme features a series of present and future taxonomies by key curators, artists and pedagogues in the field of the performance as to analyze current typologies from which speculative improvements to the “convention” can be structured.

  • 6pm
  • €6–3
  • eventbrite.nl
  • Witte de Withstraat 50, 3012 BR Rotterdam, NL
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  • 03

  • De School

    Aïsha Devi + Know V.A. (LIVE)

    Aïsha Devi, Know V.A.

    3 Mar 2016

    De School, Amsterdam

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  • Laying her Kate Wax moniker to rest after releases on Trevor Jackson’s Output and James Holden’s Border Community, the enigmatic Aïsha Devi set forth on a new adventure with Danse Noire, her own sanctuary-label in 2013 dropping her EP Aura 4 Everyone followed by the 12-inch Hakken Dub/Throat Dub in 2014 alongside EPs from boundary blurring artists Vaghe Stelle and El Mahdy Jr. Danse Noire is dedicated to exploring abstracted techno/club structures, and Devi’s own music mines her Nepalese-Tibetan heritage, using her machines to transmute deep meditation. Her debut LP Of Matter And Spirit came out on Houndstooth at the end of 2015.

  • 8pm
  • €12
  • deschoolamsterdam.nl
  • Jan van Breemenstraat 1, 1056 AB Amsterdam
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  • 0326

  • la Loge

    Tales of Exhaustion

    Danilo Correale

    3-26 Mar 2016

    La Loge, Brussels (BE)

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  • Tales of Exhaustion is the first solo show by the Italian artist Danilo Correale in Belgium and is curated by the Brussels-based curator Matteo Lucchetti. The show presents bodies of work centered on the artist’s on-going research on how neo-liberal capitalism is altering and offsetting the labour, leisure, rest trichotomy inherited from the industrial revolution and maintained throughout modernity. The exhibition holds together many narratives that compose the new mythologies of our times, from global finance to the fictional reality of surveys and indexes, and the banking system that oversees world democracies.

  • Thu-Sat, 1pm
  • Free admission
  • la-loge.be
  • Kluisstraat 86, B-1050 Brussels, BE
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  • 0306

  • Antic Teatre – Espai de Creació

    A.U.R.A.

    Abast Elàstic

    3-6 Mar 2016

    Antic Teatre – Espai de Creació, Barcelona (ES)

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  • A.U.R.A is a choreographic event that needs the audience to exist. Under the pretext of reading the aura and offering a pseudo-therapeutic session, the masters of ceremony put the audience under their attention. A theatre-dance show, an installation based on interaction, among the different languages used at the scene (dance, text, visuals and music) and with the public, that will be the focus of the performance. A playful, fun and participatory ritual that moves from belief to criticism, from adult cynicism to the most childish fascination.

  • 9pm
  • €10
  • anticteatre.com
  • Carrer Verdaguer i Callis 12, 08003 Barcelona, Spain
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  • 0302

  • UoC

    University of Colour Decolonial School

    Mercedes Zandwijken, Lucas Johnson, a.o.

    3 Mar-2 Jun 2016

    Vrankrijk, Amsterdam

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  • The University of Colour Decolonial School aims to decolonize the university. Our collective aspires to create a more balanced university at both curricular and demographic level that includes non-Eurocentric perspectives and ideas. The Decolonial School takes place once a week from the first week of March until the first week of June (click here for the schedule). The school is open for everyone to attend (students and non students). Make sure you do not forget to subscribe for the waiting list if you aim to participate (we have reached our capacity at the moment, but some places are expected to become available).

  • 7.30pm
  • Free admission; RSVP
  • universityofcolour.com
  • Spuistraat 216, Amsterdam
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  • 05

  • Kunstencentrum Vooruit

    Contemporaneities.

    Rebecca Schneider, Milo Rau, a.o.

    5 Mar 2016

    Kunstencentrum Vooruit, Gent (BE)

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  • Together with theatre makers, philosophers and performance theorists this one-day symposium wants to investigate what the ‘contemporary’ in ‘contemporary performing arts’ stands for. How do the performing arts relate to the world they are ‘contemporary with’? And what kind of contemporaneity is produced by the performing arts? What philosophical, temporal and political notions underpin the ‘contemporaneity’ of performance and how do the performing arts negotiate, critique and transform these notions? Entrance is free, but registration is mandatory.

  • 11am
  • Free admission; RSVP
  • theaterwetenschappen.ugent.be
  • Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 23, 9000 Gent, Belgium
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  • 05

  • Frascati

    One

    Lisa Verbelen / Bog

    5 Mar 2016

    Frascati, Amsterdam

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  • One. is een stroom. Een muzikale performance over tijd, ruimte, licht, geluid, objecten, mensen, gevoelens en gedachten. En over hoe het is om één deeltje van dat alles te zijn. One. is een vierstemmig koorstuk met een partituur van 75 meter, gezongen door één vrouw. One. is een poging te laten zien en horen hoe alles altijd beweegt. En hoe jij meebeweegt. Een indrukwekkende solo, genomineerd voor de BNG Bank Nieuwe Theatermakersprijs 2016.

  • 9.30pm
  • €7.50
  • frascatitheater.nl
  • Nes 63, 1012 KD Amsterdam
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  • 06

  • De Balie

    Grote Denkers: Audre Lorde

    Gloria Wekker, Shishani Vranckx, a.o.

    6 Mar 2016

    De Balie, Amsterdam

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  • ‘Black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet’: met deze woorden beschreef de Caribisch-Amerikaanse Audre Lorde zichzelf. Vanuit de ultieme outsider positie van een zwarte, lesbische vrouw bestreed Lorde racisme, seksisme, klassenverschillen en homofobie en pleitte ze vurig voor de erkenning en acceptatie van ‘het anders zijn’. Ze gaf de zwarte vrouw een stem in de Amerikaanse literatuur, vocht voor de rechten van lesbische vrouwen en inspireerde de vrouwenbeweging in Duitsland in de jaren ’80. Aan de hand van Lordes bevlogen leven, krachtige poëzie en onverschrokken essays onderzoeken we de rijkdom van Lordes oeuvre en gedachtegoed.

  • 8pm
  • €10–5
  • debalie.nl
  • Kleine Gartmanplantsoen 10, 1017 RR Amsterdam
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  • 07

  • Centrale Fies icw Viafarini

    LIVE WORKS Performance Act Award_Vol.4

    Open call

    7 Mar 2016

    Centrale Fies, Dro (IT)

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  • The competition LIVE WORKS Performance Act Award is open to a wide range of emerging performative actions. Nine projects selected by LIVE WORKS will be invited to participate in a production residency at Centrale Fies from 1 to 10 July 2016. The performances produced will be presented during the 36th edition of the Drodesera Festival of Performing Arts. On this occasion, the nine finalists will be evaluated by a jury who will select the winner. The winning artist will be offered a €1000,– prize and the possibility of an additional residency phase at Centrale Fies. For more information, visit: centralefies.it.

  • centralefies.it
  • Località Fies 1, Dro (TN), Italy
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  • 0814

  • Berlin Feminist Film Week

    BFFW 2016

    Nevline Nnaji, Jennifer Phang, a.o.

    8-14 Mar 2016

    Babylon, Berlin (DE)

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  • The 2016 edition of the Berlin Feminist Film Week will be celebrating feminist filmmaking in various forms with a programme spanning from sci-fi, drama, female comedy characters and documentaries. We will take a closer look at the body positivist movement, discuss challenges for women who code, as well as dive into the world of queer people of color, periods, activists and feminist icons. For the full programme and tickets, visit: berlinfeministfilmweek.com

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  • berlinfeministfilmweek.com
  • Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 30, 10178 Berlin, Germany
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  • 09

  • If I Can't Dance

    Dancing Group – Event and Duration

    Michele Rizzo

    9 Mar 2016

    Veem House, Amsterdam

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  • If I Can’t Dance’s monthly Dancing Group will convene for its second session at 8pm on Wednesday 9 March at Veem House for Performance. The Dancing Group is led by choreographer Michele Rizzo, who is extending his research into and experience of club dancing, by devising a new choreography that the group is invited to learn and interpret. The Dancing Group is designed for people from inside and outside the field of contemporary art who are interested in dancing together in a studio setting. Prior dance experience is not required. Places are limited and interested participants should register by sending an email to bookings@ificantdance.org

  • 8pm
  • Free admission; RSVP
  • ificantdance.org
  • Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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  • 0912

  • SICK Festival

    SICK! Lab 2016

    Kim Noble, Bryony Kimmings, Hetain Patel, a.o.

    9-12 Mar 2016

    Contact Theatre, Manchester (UK)

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  • From the difficulties of our daily lives to the experience of global traumas of conflict and displacement, how do our personal battles write themselves across our minds and bodies? SICK! Lab 2016 is a focused 4-day of performances, presentations and discussions bringing together artists, academics from a wide range of disciplines, clinicians, commentators and the public to explore questions connecting identity and trauma. Click here for the full schedule of events.

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  • sickfestival.com
  • Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6JA, United Kingdom
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  • 1112

  • Jan van Eyck Academie

    Van Eyck Open Studios 2016

    Bianca Baldi, Kristina Benjocki, a.o.

    11 & 12 Mar 2016

    Jan van Eyck Academie, Maastricht (NL)

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  • From 11–12 March 2016 all doors of the Van Eyck will be open again for the third edition of the Open Studios. The participating artists, designers, architects, curators, writers and poets present their work in their studios, the exhibition spaces and other areas of the Van Eyck. They all have had a one-year stay (or thereabout) at the institute. The results of their residency, which comprises both individual and collaborative work, will be on show and testify to the stance and possibilities of the Van Eyck. The central exhibition is curated by participant Vincent van Velsen, the poets and writers-in-residence present a programme of reading from their own work.

  • Fri, 5pm; Sat, 10am
  • Free admission
  • janvaneyck.nl
  • Academieplein 1, 6211 KM Maastricht, The Netherlands
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  • 11

  • Teatro Auditorium Manzoni

    Death Will Come and Have Your Eyes

    Diamanda Galás

    11 Mar 2016

    Teatro Auditorium Manzoni, Bologna (IT)

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  • Diamanda Galás is hailed as one of the most important singers of our time. Galás has earned international acclaim for her highly original and politically charged performance works. Notable among these are Plague MassDefixiones: Orders from the DeadVena CavaSchrei X and The Refugee. Most recently, her performance work has concerned the musical setting of texts written by exiled poets and writers worldwide. She was the first recipient of the Demetrio Stratos award, Italy’s prize for musical innovation. Diamanda Galás performs Death Will Come and Have Your Eyes at Teatro Auditorium Manzoni on March 11.

  • 9pm
  • €38
  • auditoriumanzoni.it
  • Via de' Monari 1/2, 40121 Bologna, Italy
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  • 1222

  • Spring

    Duilian

    Wu Tsang

    12 Mar-22 May 2016

    Spring, Hong Kong (HK)

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  • Centered around Wu Tsang’s experimental film Duilian which interprets the life and writings of Chinese revolutionary poet Qiu Jin (秋瑾, 1875–1907) and her intimate relationship with her friend and calligrapher Wu Zhiying (吳芝瑛, 1868–1934), the exhibition Duilian is the culmination of the visual artist and filmmaker’s decade-long fascination with the two women, and was created during her six-month residency at Spring Workshop when she traced the manifold representations of Qiu Jin’s legacy within China’s recent history. Seen together, the film installation and the sculptures form an alternative reading of Qiu’s biography told through the lens of visual and martial arts.

  • Tue-Sun, noon–6pm
  • Free admission
  • springworkshop.org
  • 42 Wong Chuk Hang Road Aberdeen, Hong Kong, HK
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  • 1310

  • P/////AKT

    Pense-Bête II – Object: As an act

    Raphael Langmair, a.o.

    13 Mar-10 Apr 2016

    P/////AKT – Platform for contemporary art, Amsterdam

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  • In 2016 P/////AKT is focusing on the conceptual legacy of Marcel Broodthaers’ 1964 work Le Pense-Bête and its relevance in current discourse. P/////AKT will outline six aspects of Le Pense-Bête, each of which comprises a solo exhibition, a public event, and an essay. The second aspect deals with transition, gesture and authenticity. The act of rendering his collected poems illegible by casting them in plaster is exemplary for the transitory qualities of Broodthaers’ artistic practise.

  • Thu-Sun, 2–6pm
  • Free admission
  • pakt.nu
  • Zeeburgerpad 53, 1019 AB Amsterdam
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  • 1517

  • Rotterdamse Schouwburg

    IN VOID

    Kris Verdonck

    15, 16 & 17 Mar 2016

    Rotterdamse Schouwburg, Rotterdam

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  • With IN VOID, Kris Verdonck has made an exposition about human absence. The only things that remain are machines, objects, projections, sound and light. The machines and objects are the stars of the show; humans play a supporting role: that of the visitor. The ‘things’ take possession of the building and perform autonomously. IN VOID combines a number of existing works with three new installations. Verdonck creates ‘virtual realities’, using very old theatre techniques and new multimedia. Presented as part of Festival de Keuze 2016.

  • 2pm
  • n/a
  • festivaldekeuze.nl
  • Schouwburgplein 25, 3012 CL Rotterdam, NL
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  • 15

  • MFA programme of the Sandberg Institute

    The Sandberg series #10: Pauline Boudry

    Pauline Boudry

    15 Mar 2016

    Theater de Roode Bioscoop, Amsterdam

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  • Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz produce performances for the camera, staging the actions of individuals and groups living — indeed thriving — in defiance of normality, law and economics. Their films upset normative historical narratives, as figures across time are staged, projected and layered. Their performers are choreographers, artists and musicians, with whom they are having a long-term conversation about performance, the meaning of visibility since early modernity, the pathologization of bodies, but also about glamour and resistance. The Sandberg series is an ongoing lecture series initiated by the Master of Fine Arts programme of the Sandberg Institute.

  • 7.30pm
  • €5–3
  • roodebioscoop.nl
  • Haarlemmerplein 7, 1013 HP Amsterdam
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  • 1620

  • Veem House

    Spiegel im Spiegel

    Maria Peralta

    16-20 Mar 2016

    Veem House, Amsterdam

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  • The last couple of weeks we had young artist Maria Peralta (graduated from SNDO in 2010) in residency developing her new work together with Yui Nagakami. ‘Spiegel im Spiegel’ refers to the process of ‘enfilade’: the creation of infinity by setting up two mirrors facing each other in a regress of doubled reflections. The performance Spiegel im Spiegel explores the threshold between inner and outer space as process departing from an encounter between ‘Yui and Maria’. The relation of the ‘self’ with the ‘other’ is re-articulated into a practice focused on the fluctuation between gaze, space and sound.

  • Wed-Sat, 8.30pm; Sun, 4pm
  • €9–5
  • veem.house
  • Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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  • 1620

  • Cinedans

    Cinedans Dance on Screen Festival

    Dunja Docic and Jelena Kostic, a.o.

    16-20 Mar 2016

    EYE, Amsterdam

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  • Cinedans – Dance on Screen is back for the festival’s thirteenth annual edition, which will run from 16–20 March 2016. Held in the EYE film museum in Amsterdam, it is the largest and most diverse dance film festival in the world. Over the course of five days Cinedans will present the very best international dance films, documentaries and installations. For the full programme and tickets, visit: cinedans.nl

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  • €75–8,50
  • eyefilm.nl
  • IJpromenade 1, 1031 KT Amsterdam
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  • 17

  • Van Abbemuseum

    Now is Forever Lasting Constant in the Mind

    Alexis Blake, Bill Brand, Christophe Clarijs, a.o.

    17 Mar 2016

    Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven (NL)

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  • Invited by the Positions #2 artist Sarah Pierce to develop a live event, curator, writer and art historian Pádraic E. Moore has programmed Now is forever constant lasting in the mind, a collage of screenings readings and recitals performed live for one night only. The experimental project is motivated by a desire to examine the thresholds of transfer between one mind and another. Several of the contributions deal with the idea of ‘channeling’ on some level or address artworks that might emerge as a synthesis of two personalities, or what might be termed a ‘third mind’.

  • 6pm
  • Entrance fee; RSVP
  • rms.vanabbe.nl
  • Bilderdijklaan 10, 5611NH Eindhoven, The Netherlands
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  • 17

  • DAS Graduate School

    Theatre as a place for interaction

    Marijke Hoogenboom, Barbara Van Lindt, a.o.

    17 Mar 2016

    Nationale Opera & Ballet, Amsterdam

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  • On Thursday 17 March, DasArts – Master of Theatre and the Performing Arts in Transition research group are invited to host the first seminar of the Opera Forward Festival. They have assembled four different voices that are passionate about the possibilities of theatre, opera and dance to interact with other fields of knowledge, to question the tradition, to intervene in every day life, and to blur the borders between specialists and spectators. You can visit this seminar with a day ticket for OFF Day 3. Get your free ticket here: bit.ly/OFF_tickets.

  • 2pm
  • Free admission
  • operaforwardfestival.nl
  • Waterlooplein 22, 1001 RH Amsterdam
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  • 19

  • SMBA

    BELL invites – JAM

    Cutnice, Mr Tee, a.o.

    19 Mar 2016

    SMBA, Amsterdam

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  • The exhibition BELL invites goes out with a bang on March 19th. This JAM is a Hiphop-style get together where we share ideas, and the dance floor. Music is selected by Cutnice and Mr Tee. A James Brown footwork contest is open to all dancers, first timers are welcome! This JAM is brought to you by Scott Everduim of Super Funk and 020 crew.

  • 7pm
  • n/a
  • facebook.com
  • Rozenstraat 59, 1016 NN Amsterdam
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  • 20

  • Kunstverein, a.o.

    Spring Performance Festival 2016

    Vaginal Davis, Simone Forti, Nora Turato, a.o.

    20 Mar 2016

    Multiple venues in Amsterdam

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  • The annual Spring Performance Festival (SPF) is hosted by Kunstverein and Galerie Juliette Jongma, this year in collaboration with De Ateliers, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Vleeshal. SPF 2016 will take place on Sunday 20 March and will include a.o. performances by Vaginal Davis, Simone Forti, Nora Turato, Raed Yassin, Mehraneh Atashi and Rodrigo Sobarzo de Larraechea. For more information on the programme and locations, click here.

  • 8.30am
  • n/a
  • facebook.com
  • Multiple venues in Amsterdam
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  • 2123

  • ASCA (UvA)

    Transparency/Opacity: ASCA Workshop 2016

    Akira Mizuta Lippit, Clare Birchall, a.o.

    21, 22 & 23 Mar 2016

    Universiteitsbibliotheek UvA, Amsterdam

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  • Transparency and opacity are terms broadly used and interpreted as antonyms. They draw on the qualities of the human visual field, evoke the canonical sense of sight, and challenge the idea that we are surrounded by an external reality that can be scrutinized and understood. The 2016 ASCA workshop aspires to explore the notions of transparency and opacity, as well as their nuances (which are not only a matter of visual apprehension) by questioning, redefining and rethinking them in order to create new constellations of meanings.

  • noon
  • n/a
  • asca.uva.nl
  • Singel 425, 1012 WP Amsterdam
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  • 21

  • De Balie

    Beeldbepalers: Barbara Visser

    Barbara Visser

    21 Mar 2016

    De Balie, Amsterdam

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  • Wie is er nog bang voor rood, geel en blauw? Het belangrijkste abstracte schilderij van de twintigste eeuw heeft veel meer opgeroepen dan alleen deze provocerende vraag. Vijftig jaar na Who’s Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue III onderzoekt beeldend kunstenaar Barbara Visser aan de hand van de levensloop van dit beroemde, befaamde en beweende schilderij, opnieuw de vraag: wat is kunst?

  • 8pm
  • €10–5
  • debalie.nl
  • Kleine Gartmanplantsoen 10, 1017 RR Amsterdam
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  • 2226

  • basis for Live Art

    FLAM VI Festival

    Mariana Lanari, MOHA (Olivia Reschofsky en Alice Pons), a.o.

    22-26 Mar 2016

    Arti et Amicitiae and Dansmakers, Amsterdam

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  • FLAM VI is een manifestatie van beeldend kunstenaars en experimentele dans- en theatermakers die het brede spectrum van performance onderzoeken. Met meer dan twintig kunstenaars uit Europa, Zuid-Amerika en Azië toont FLAM de diversiteit van het medium Performance Art; van extreem fysieke tot conceptuele werken, van politiek geladen tot ingetogen, van performances die voorbij zijn in een flits tot durational werken. Naast de locatie Arti et Amicitiae op het Rokin, gaat FLAM dit jaar ook een verbinding aan met de Dansmakers op het voormalig Stork-terrein. Bezoek basisforliveart.com voor het het volledige programma.

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  • See programme
  • basisforliveart.com
  • Multiple venues in Amsterdam
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  • 2426

  • SNDO

    SNDO 4 Graduation works 2016

    graduate students SNDO

    24, 25 & 26 Mar 2016

    Frascati, Amsterdam

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  • The 4th year students of the SNDO – School for New Dance Development graduate by creating two works next to writing a thesis and completing their internship. This year’s programmes are presented in two theaters in Amsterdam. Maria Metsalu, Samira Elagoz, Tiana Hemlock-Yensen, Nadia Bekkers, and Sabine Cmelniski present their work on 24, 25 and 26 March at Frascati. The other group of students, Lester Arias, Maciej Sado, Ida Katinka Fridan Pedersen, and Son of Mom will present their work on 31 March, and on 1 and 2 April at Veem House for Performance.

  • 7pm
  • €15–11,50
  • frascatitheater.nl
  • Nes 71, 1012 KD Amsterdam
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  • 2426

  • Festival Cement

    When everything is human (…)

    Wild Vlees / Francesca Lazzeri, Tamar Blom, a.o.

    24, 25 & 26 Mar 2016

    Festival Cement, ‘s-Hertogenbosch (NL)

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  • In When everything is human, the human is an entirely different thing onderzoekt Wild Vlees op fysieke wijze hoe je afstand kunt nemen van je eigen identiteit. Doel? Een universele staat van zijn omarmen. Met behulp van gips laten Tamar en Francesca de grenzen tussen mens en omgeving steeds verder vervagen. Zij onderzoeken het bestaan in zijn zuiverste vorm. Het is de belichaming van een proces waarin ze niet alleen onderling gelijk gesteld worden. Ze ook proberen ook zichzelf gelijk te stellen aan alles om hen heen. Presented as part of Festival Cement 2016.

  • 8.30pm
  • €13,50–10
  • festivalcement.nl
  • Tramkade 26, 5211 VB Hertogenbosch, NL
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  • 25

  • Sprint Festival 2016

    [THE MACHINE]

    Orion Maxted, Augusto Corrieri, Margo van de Linde, a.o.

    25 Mar 2016

    Camden People's Theatre, London (UK)

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  • [THE MACHINE] is formed by people continually reproducing and mutating each other’s words and gestures according to an algorithm. Output becomes input creating a continual live feedback-loop and the potential for complex behaviour to emerge from simple rules. By applying algorithmic transformations to everyday language [THE MACHINE] produces a different output each time it is performed, and is constantly evolving new structures. Presented as part of part of Sprint Festival 2016.

  • 7.15pm
  • £12–10
  • cptheatre.co.uk
  • 58 - 60 Hampstead Road, NW1 2PY London, UK
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  • 2930

  • La Ménagerie de Verre

    Ruin Porn

    Guillaume Marie, Igor Dobricic & Kazuyuki Kishino aka KK Null

    29 & 30 Mar 2016

    La Ménagerie de Verre, Paris (FR)

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  • In the midst of industrial ruins, in the flow of our urban explorations, we let our imagination float, mixing our moving bodies with transient photographic impressions, shifting architectural sensations, science fiction narratives and sociological analysis. To think about ruins, is to place oneself out of time, to immerse in the impermanence of things. Ruin Porn is the trace of this collective mental trance, a singular vision of our era forever pre-apocalyptic.

  • Tue, 8.30pm; Wed, 11.30pm
  • €16,80–14,80
  • digitick.com
  • 12/14 rue Lèchevin, 75011 Paris, France
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  • 3031

  • DAS Graduate School

    28-hour ritual of Unacknowledged Loss

    Ronald Boer, Melih Gencboyaci, a.o.

    30 & 31 Mar 2016

    DAS Graduate School, Amsterdam

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  • To celebrate the end of the journey we took during the 2016 Block, DasArts would like to welcome you on 30 and 31 March to the 28-hour ritual of Unacknowledged Loss. Since the beginning of this year, we have worked with guest curator Barbara Raes on the theme of unacknowledged loss. You will have the opportunity to participate with us in a long ritual, divided into three stages (click for more information): Stage one; Stage two; and Stage three.

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  • ahk.nl
  • Overhoeksplein 2 1031 KS Amsterdam
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  • SNDO

    SNDO 4 Graduation works 2016

    graduate students SNDO

    31 Mar-2 Apr 2016

    Veem House, Amsterdam

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  • The 4th year students of the SNDO – School for New Dance Development graduate by creating two works next to writing a thesis and completing their internship. This year’s programmes are presented in two theaters in Amsterdam. Lester Arias, Maciej Sado, Ida Katinka Fridan Pedersen and Son of Mom present their work on 31 March, and on 1 and 2 April at Veem House for Performance. The other group of students, Maria Metsalu, Samira Elagoz, Tiana Hemlock-Yensen, Nadia Bekkers, and Sabine Cmelniski, will present their work on 24, 25 and 26 March at Frascati.

  • 7pm
  • €12–7
  • veem.house
  • Van Diemenstraat 408-410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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Letters

Dear reader,

Sometimes the passing of time feels like flying at high speed through space. Hold on to the earth ball! Luckily there is gravity holding on to us.

6-hilma-af-klint,-the-swan-no-16,-1915

(THE SWAN by HILMA AF KLINT)

In this Letter I am reminding you of two of my favorite artists: Hilma Af Klint and Patti Smith. The first painted that which lies beyond the visible, creating a precise and beautiful visual cosmos, and the other lives and breathes rock ‘n’ roll with an incredible urge for expression and an uncompromising poetic power. Poetry and punk.
It is March again. The second month in the year of the Fire Monkey. Fasten your seatbelt! In the Year of the Fire Monkey, the confident and impulsive energy of Fire meets Monkey’s joyful, curious, and inventive nature. Opportunities and inspiration are everywhere. Big dreams are within reach. The more willing you are to boldly reconsider your comfort zone, make new friends, and put yourself out there, the greater your rewards.
8 March is International Women’s Day. Being a woman, I see the world through female eyes, experiencing the world and the rules that are created from within my female body, counting myself lucky to be surrounded by a large number of strong risk-taking women and men working in the cultural sector. However, the 8th of March also marks the fact that patriarchy has managed its sovereign position so amazingly well for so many hundreds of years in all parts of the earth. However, many signs do point towards a potential evolution. Will we—in the long run—transform into some more equal form of living together?
pattismith_paris_1969-1

(PATTI SMITH, PARIS ’69)

People have the power
The power to dream to rule
To wrestle the earth from fools
It’s decreed the people rule
It’s decreed the people rule
Listen. I believe everything we dream
Can come to pass through our union
We can turn the world around
We can turn the earth’s revolution

.

Sometimes the strong winter sun breaks through
the grey layer of Amsterdam’s coldness and wetness.
A tiny promise of springtime,
everytime recognisable,
everytime new.

Till soon,

Nicole

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  • 2110

  • QAGOMA

    8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art

    Abdul Abdullah, Richard Bell, a.o.

    21 Nov-10 Apr 2016

    Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane (AU)

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  • This eighth edition of the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) emphasizes the role of performance in recent art, exploring the use of the human form to express cultural, social and political ideas, and the central role of artists in articulating experiences specific to their localities. APT8 features more than 80 artists and groups from over 30 countries, and continues to expand its consideration of the region into parts of West and Central Asia. For more information and the full programme, visit: qagoma.qld.gov.au

  • Daily, 10am
  • Free admission
  • qagoma.qld.gov.au
  • Stanley Pl, South Bank, Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
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  • 2607

  • Gasworks

    God’s Reptilian Finger

    Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa

    26 Nov-7 Feb 2016

    Gasworks, London (UK)

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  • Gasworks presents God’s Reptilian Finger, the first UK solo exhibition by Guatemalan artist Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa. Ramírez-Figueroa’s practice is rooted in folklore and dreams, conspiracy theories, and ancient mythologies. The Guatemalan civil war of 1960–96 is a recurring subject in his work, softened only by the at times absurd or humorous approach that colours many of his sculptures, performances and works on paper. The two installations that comprise God’s Reptilian Finger focus on the amateur archaeology practiced by Mormon missionaries in Guatemala since 1947 and current followers of contemporary British conspiracy theorist David Icke.

  • Wed–Sun, noon or by appointment
  • Free admission
  • gasworks.org.uk
  • 155 Vauxhall Street, London SE11 5RH, UK
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  • 2723

  • Xing

    Raum

    Lucia Amara, Azdora, Isabella Mongelli, Tim Spooner, a.o.

    27 Nov-23 Feb 2016

    Raum, Bologna (IT)

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  • Raum is preparing to autumn with some precision actions: special projects that investigate the conventions and habits of arts. We have in mind a cultural acupuncture, a work on interstitial tissues, rather than weightlifting. This year Raum’s profile will not be based on series (already tested successfully in the past), but it opens to studio time. Raum will be a spaceand a timefor research, not necessarily exposed to public consumption. A place of representation of knowledge and its mutability. For the complete autumn 2015 – winter 2016 programme, visit: xing.it

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  • xing.it
  • Via Cà Selvatica, 4, 40123, Bologna, Italy
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  • 2906

  • Stedelijk Museum

    Mach Dich hübsch!

    Isa Genzken

    29 Nov-6 Mar 2016

    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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  • The exhibition Mach Dich hübsch! is the first comprehensive retrospective of one of the most influential artists of the last forty years. Isa Genzken (1948) is an artist prepared to risk everything in her pursuit of artistic renewal. Her oeuvre is rooted in the medium of sculpture, and is distinguished by a constantly evolving visual language and the unconstrained use of media. Genzken’s work encompasses sculpture, installation, film, video, painting, collage, and photography. In the 1970s, she produced computer-designed sculpture in relation to American Minimalism and Conceptual Art. These sculptures were followed by one radical step after another.

  • Daily, 10am
  • €15–0
  • stedelijk.nl
  • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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  • 1217

  • Stedelijk Museum

    Beyond Conceptual Art

    Seth Siegelaub

    12 Dec-17 Apr 2016

    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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  • He was a gallerist, independent curator, publisher, researcher, archivist, collector, and bibliographer. Often billed the “father of Conceptual Art,” Seth Siegelaub was—and remains—a seminal influence on curators, artists, and cultural thinkers, internationally and in Amsterdam, where he settled in the 1990s. Now the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is organizing the exhibition Seth Siegelaub: Beyond Conceptual Art, devoted to the life and work of this fascinating yet still elusive figure.

  • Daily, 10am
  • €15–0
  • stedelijk.nl
  • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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  • 1206

  • Para Site

    The world is our home. A poem on abstraction.

    Robert Motherwell, Bruce Nauman, Tomie Ohtake, Tang Chang

    12 Dec-6 Mar 2016

    Para Site, Hong Kong (HK)

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  • The world is our home (…) takes as its point of departure a moment in the abstract movement of the post-war era, when dominant international vocabularies became entangled with traditional Asian painting in the work of a few artists, working independently and in disparate contexts. The show gathers a small but consistent body of works by Motherwell, Ohtake, and Tang—three painters active outside of East Asia whose practices incorporated artistic traditions of this region—and looks at the different levels of marginality operated by art historical narratives and aims to make a modest contribution to the re-evaluation of national and international cannons.

  • Wed–Sun, noon
  • Free admission
  • para-site.org.hk
  • 423 King's Road, North Point, Hong Kong
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  • 1613

  • Stedelijk Museum

    And You Were Wonderful, On Stage

    Cally Spooner

    16 Jan-13 Mar 2016

    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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  • The Stedelijk Museum will exhibit And You Were Wonderful, On Stage (2013–2015), an immersive five-channel film installation by British artist Cally Spooner. In this work, a musical for six continuously rolling cameras, a black box soundstage and its inhabitants, are recorded in a single take. Cast and crew become a constant-motion human backdrop, pragmatically recomposing scene-changes through lighting cues, voice, body movement, or continuous shifts of filmic apparatus and props. The six camera feeds are presented on five screens in an installation that has more in common with a live choreographic event, than cinema.

  • Daily, 10am
  • €15–0
  • stedelijk.nl
  • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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  • 2204

  • Kunsthalle Basel

    Ongoing Retrospective (Chapter 2)

    Zhana Ivanova

    22 Jan-4 Feb 2016

    Kunsthalle Basel, Basel (CH)

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  • This is the second chapter of an ongoing project that reverses the typical nature of the retrospective exhibition: not only is the Bulgarian performance artist Zhana Ivanova (b. 1977) at the beginning of her career, but, for her exhibition, we are looking forward instead of backward. Exhibitions will be staged chapter by chapter, for years to come, creating a retrospective that takes form over time. In this chapter we restage Ivanova’s very first performance piece, Borrowed Splendour, from 2007, which reveals the foundations of the artist’s use of simple props and instructional scripts to expose mundane but often invisible codes of human behavior.

  • Tue–Sun, 11am. Perf. every Thu at 7pm and Sun at 3pm
  • CHF 12/8
  • kunsthallebasel.ch
  • Steunenberg 7, CH-4051 Basel, Switzerland
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  • 2319

  • Kunstverein

    Hans de Vries ‘Works 1968–1975’

    Hans de Vries

    23 Jan-19 Mar 2016

    Kunstverein, Amsterdam

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  • Hans de Vries ‘Works 1968–1975’ is De Vries’s first exhibition since he stopped producing art at end of the 1970s. It is a retrospective of all the publications and book-related works including parallel articles and essays about his practice. Hans de Vries concentrated on the study and registration of processes and appearances that occur in and are created by nature. De Vries was a close observer, an onlooker, an eyewitness, whose aim was to discern and document the relationship between man and his natural environment.

  • Thu-Sat, 1pm
  • Free admission
  • kunstverein.nl
  • Gerard Doustraat 132, 1073 VX Amsterdam
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  • 2906

  • Witte de With

    Relational Stalinism – The Musical

    Michael Portnoy

    29 Jan-6 Mar 2016

    Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam (NL)

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  • Running across six spaces at Witte de With, Relational Stalinism – The Musical is an ambitious assemblage of new performances created by artist Michael Portnoy enacted and developed with a troupe of dancers, actors, singers and improvisers. Many different registers of performance will simultaneously cohabit the institution, mixing inscrutable role-play scenarios, experimental sketch comedy, hyperactive spectatorship, melodramatic operatic interlude, prog-rock micro-dance and teary-eyed theoretical soliloquy. Combining futurology with satire, this exhibition transmutes the seeds of prevalent approaches to visual arts performance as a form of generative critique.

  • Tues-Sun, 11am–6pm; Perf.: Thu, Sat, Sun, 2–6pm
  • €6–0
  • wdw.nl
  • Witte de Withstraat 50 3012 BR Rotterdam, NL
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  • 3001

  • Malmö Konsthall

    [wood painting]

    Heimo Zobernig

    30 Jan-1 May 2016

    Malmö Konsthall, Malmö (SE)

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  • With works that respond to the legacy of the discourses and themes of formalist, abstract and Minimalist art, often establishing a close dialogue with the architecture and history of a specific place, Heimo Zobernig is an important representative of the artists associated with “Kontext Kunst” in the German-speaking art scene of the 1990s. His practice is defined by a calculated balance that playfully calls into question form and function, as well as the presentation and staging of art. For this solo exhibition at Malmö Konsthall, which is Zobernig’s first presentation in the Nordic countries, a series of new sculptures reflects on the architecture of the gallery space.

  • Daily, 11am
  • Free admission
  • konsthall.malmo.se
  • St. Johannesgatan 7, SE-205 80, Malmö, Sweden
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  • 3103

  • De Vleeshal

    Here It Comes

    Simone Forti

    31 Jan-3 Apr 2016

    De Vleeshal, Middelburg (NL)

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  • De Vleeshal presents a comprehensive solo exhibition by artist, choreographer, dancer and writer Simone Forti (1935, Italy). Although Forti has performed in the Netherlands in the 1980s, this is the first solo show of her seminal oeuvre here. From her early minimalist ‘Dance Constructions’ through her animal studies, news animations and collaborations with musicians, Simone Forti has worked with an eye toward creating idioms for exploring natural form and behaviors. Forti’s work has made a major contribution to the intersection of sculpture and performance and helped to create a sensibility for ‘what we know about things through our bodies.’

  • Tue-Fri, 1pm; Sat-Sun, 11am
  • Free admission
  • vleeshal.nl
  • Markt; Zusterstraat 7, 4331 KG, Middelburg, NL
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  • 0306

  • Sophiensaele

    The Choreoturg

    Martin Nachbar, Jeroen Peeters

    3-6 Feb 2016

    Sophiensaele, Berlin (DE)

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  • The Choreoturg as an entity understands that dance and thought are admittedly different but are based on a collective movement. It is a mythical creature, a vehicle that can smuggle dangerous knowledge and contagious experiences into and out of the theater. A being created by Martin Nachbar and Jeroen Peeters, who have been combining dance and knowledge, theory and praxis together for years.

  • 8pm
  • €13/8
  • sophiensaele.com
  • Sophienstraße 18, 10178 Berlin, Germany
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  • 0306

  • fwb festival

    Friends with benefits

    Alex Bailey, Andrea Zavala Folache, Benoit Pabis, a.o.

    3-6 Feb 2016

    Projection room, Brussels (BE)

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  • Friends with benefits is an international festival of dance, choreography and performance. Its title “Friends with Benefits” stands as a state of affairs: the ambivalent relation between individuals bound with multiple ties. The festival is an opportunity to reflect on the social relations and artistic kinship that underlie all artistic production: collaborations, affinities, friendships, alliances, exchanges, services… Conceived as a entanglement of relations, exchanges and affinities, the festival presents a group of artists from different fields and practices, constituting a temporary collectiveness. For the full programme, visit: fwbfestival.com

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  • fwbfestival.com
  • 55 Rue de Praeterestr. 55, 1180 Brussels, Belgium
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  • 0406

  • Inkonst

    DRECK: Ein Apparat

    Kwast & Knoblich, Simone Aughterlony & Michael Günzburger, Bettina Vismann, a.o.

    4, 5 & 6 Feb 2016

    Inkonst, Malmö (SE)

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  • Mud wrestling, the Dirty Secret Choir, fortune telling in chocolate, human dirt and dust—shitfestival DRECK: Ein Apparat gives you sticky fingers, existental dirt and messy shenanigans. During three days a bunch of swedish and international artists take over Inkonst to create a space where the right things end up in the wrong places and soils our thoughts, bodies, art and conversations. DRECK: Ein Apparat is information, too much and too little, performance, self-experience, vision of the future and a scenario of the downfall. For more information and the full programme, visit: inkonst.com.

  • 7pm
  • SEK200–100
  • inkonst.com
  • Bergsgatan 29, 214 22 Malmö, Sweden
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  • 04

  • CTM 2016

    Christoph Schlingensief’s African Twin Towers (re)played

    Hanno Leichtmann, Carolin Brandl

    4 Feb 2016

    Hebbel am Ufer; HAU1, Berlin (DE)

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  • Presented as part of CTM 2016, musician Hanno Leichtmann and filmmaker Carolin Brandl bring the lunatic, hypnotic musical film African Twin Towers back to life using as yet unpublished, self-made footage by Christoph Schlingensief. Schlingensief’s unfinished film project—the film that never existed—was originally conceived as a feature-length with an unusual cast. Patti Smith, Robert Stadlober, Klaus Beyer and the Fassbinder actress Irm Hermann followed Schlingensief, who heralded failure as opportunity and as an open research project, to the port city of Lüderitz in Namibia’s Township Area 7. After mere days, most people involved had reached their wit’s end.

  • 8.30pm
  • €15/12
  • ctm-festival.de
  • Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin, Germany
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  • 0506

  • DAS Graduate School

    DasArts Master Proof Projects

    Leila Anderson, Orion Maxted, and Agustina Muñoz

    5 & 6 Feb 2016

    DasArts – Master of Theatre, Amsterdam

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  • This year’s DasArts Master Proof Projects will be presented at the brand new premises of DasArts on the banks of the IJ in Amsterdam. Leila Anderson (In A Time of Disaster), Orion Maxted (Human Simulation) and Agustina Muñoz (Stones) will perform on 5 and 6 February. Entry to the events is free, but seating is limited. Reservations are recommended: dasarts@ahk.nl. For more information, visit: dasarts.nl

  • 7.30pm
  • Free admission; RSVP
  • dasarts.nl
  • Overhoeksplein 2, 1031 KS Amsterdam
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  • 05

  • CTM 2016

    Mountain Above / Fire Below; Now

    Pauline Oliveros & Ione

    5 Feb 2016

    Hebbel am Ufer; HAU1, Berlin (DE)

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  • American composer and instrumentalist Pauline Oliveros’s ground breaking work in tape, electronics, and improvisation and her related writings and theory since the 1960s have earned her recognition as one of the most important voices in avant-garde electronic music. She performs with electronics and accordion, which she has played from a young age, often also making use of a signal processing system she developed, called the Expanded Instrument System (EIS). For her multichannel concert at Hebbel am Ufer, Oliveros will be joined by word artist Ione, who will deliver improvised vocals. Mountain Above / Fire Below; Now is presented as part of CTM 2016.

  • 7pm
  • €22/17
  • ctm-festival.de
  • Stresemannstr. 29, 10963 Berlin, Germany
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  • 0619

  • Ellen de Bruijne prj.

    Performance practices in a gallery context

    Kerstin Cmelka, Dina Danish, Jeremiah Day, Dora Garcia, a.o.

    6 Feb-19 Mar 2016

    Ellen de Bruijne Projects, Amsterdam

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  • The discussion on how to collect, document and archive performance is currently a hot topic among (collecting) institutions. While contemporary performance artists are still not much represented by galleries, it’s not only the question on how to deal with the actual performance in case of selling, but also to think of what the performance consists of and how the artist relates to its performance. It also raises questions regarding the possible documentation; is it considered a separate work which functions on its own, a supportive part of the performance or mere documentation? For programme details, visit: edbprojects.com

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  • edbprojects.com
  • Rozengracht 207 A, 1016 LZ Amsterdam
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  • 0626

  • Oude Kerk

    Come Closer: four meetings in the twilight

    Volle Band, Hans Kuiper, DNK ensemble, Waèl el Allouche, a.o.

    6 Feb-26 Mar 2016

    Oude Kerk, Amsterdam

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  • After a series of outdoor evenings on the rooftop of the Oude Kerk last summer, Come Closer is now landing into the heart of the church, where the exhibition Geometry of the Scattering by Germaine Kruip is on view through March 27, 2016. Come Closer invites artists, scientists, musicians and visitors to come together. With the exhibition as a starting point, they create new stories, images and sounds that we share with each other. Precisely around sunset. For the full programme, visit: oudekerk.nl.

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  • oudekerk.nl
  • Oudekerksplein 23, 1012 GX Amsterdam
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  • 06

  • SMBA ICW Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

    BELL invites: Global Performance

    Akwasi, Richard Bell, Emory Douglas, a.o.

    6 Feb 2016

    Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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  • Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA) and the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam proudly present BELL invites: Global Performance. This forum, organized in collaboration with HipHopHuis and the University of Colour takes place in the context of the exhibition BELL Invites (Jan. 29 – Mar. 19, 2016 at SMBA). The programme will feature lectures, performances and a debate held as a Socratic dialogue within a specially designed forum architecture by Julie Peeters. With a dynamic dialogue, Global Performance will investigate what the notions of the ‘global museum’ or the ‘global art institution’ entail.

  • 1.30pm
  • €2,50 + Entrance fee
  • stedelijk.nl
  • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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  • 06

  • Groovalicious

    Groovalicious #25: on the diversity of hip-hop

    Yuphun Chiem, Fatoosan, MikiGold, a.o.

    6 Feb 2016

    KVS_Box, Brussels (BE)

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  • Groovalicious, the most colorful global grooves party in Belgium, invites two female hip-hop dj’s from the Brussels-based SupAfly Collective, Fatoosan and MikiGold. We start the evening with the documentary Say my name, which focuses on role of female artists in the hip-hop scene, followed by a talk with artists and guests. At 10pm there will be a hip-hop dance workshop with one of the best hip-hop dancers in Belgium: Yiphun Chiem.

  • 8pm
  • €8/5
  • groovalicious.wordpress.com
  • Arduinkaai 9, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
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  • 06

  • Revolutionaire Eenheid, a.o.

    Women Against Imperialism Panel

    Leila Khaled, Coni Ledesma, a.o.

    6 Feb 2016

    Nelson Mandela Centre, Amsterdam

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  • Revolutionaire Eenheid, in co-operation with ILPS-Netherlands, Studenten voor Rechtvaardigheid in Palestina – SRP, Students for Justice in Palestine – SJP, Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, Strijd Tegen Racisme and Pinay Sa Holland, is organizing a Women Against Imperialism panel at the Nelson Mandela Centre in Amsterdam. Speakers will be: Leila Khaled, Palestinian resistance icon and current member of the Palestinian National Council, and Coni Ledesma, International Spokesperson of Makibaka, the militant women’s movement based in the Philippines. The panel will be moderated by Ilena Saturay.

  • 6pm
  • Free admission
  • facebook.com
  • 1e Weteringplantsoen 2C, 1017 SJ Amsterdam
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  • 
Framer Framed

    Iran’s Women’s Movement: On the Archive of Sadiqe Dowlatabadi

    Azadeh Fatehrad (cur.)

    7 Feb-8 Mar 2016

    
Framer Framed, Amsterdam

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  • Feminism in Iran came to the forefront quite simultaneously with feminism in other parts of the world. The emergence of women in the public sphere in Iran is tied to the formation and growth of women’s associations and publications over a period of 20 years (approx. from 1910-1932). The magazine Zaban-e-Zanan, published by Sadiqe Dowlatabadi in 1918, was the first publication written by women about women and for women’s interests. This exhibition will centre on the emergence of the women’s movement in Iran, and is a reflection on the personal archive of Dowlatabadi—‘the first founding mother of the Iranian feminist movement’.

  • Wed-Thu, 2pm
  • Free admission
  • framerframed.nl
  • IJpromenade 2, 1031 KT Amsterdam
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  • 07

  • rekt:verso icw Het Transitiebureau

    Het Cultuurparlement van de Lage Landen

    7 Feb 2016

    A location on the Flemish-Dutch border

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  • Op zondag 7 februari 2016 organiseren rekto:verso en Het Transitiebureau het allereerste Cultuurparlement van de Lage Landen. Wees van harte welkom: pal op de grens delen we een tiental constructieve voorstellen met iedereen die de nood voelt aan nieuwe pistes voor het culturele veld. Schrijf je hier snel in voor de bus uit Brussel of Amsterdam. Of misschien wil je ook zelf een voorstel indienen voor het parlement?

  • 10am
  • Free admission
  • besteburen.eu
  • A location on the Flemish-Dutch border
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  • 08

  • NBprojects

    3: THE GARDEN

    Nicole Beutler

    8 Feb 2016

    Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam

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  • In 2016, Nicole Beutler takes her production 3: THE GARDEN (2011) to the big theatres in order to mix up ‘nature’ and ‘culture’ once again. Following in the footsteps of the Romanticists, Beutler explores the utopian desire to go ‘back to nature’, in search of an untouched, untamed wilderness. In her own ‘Garden of Eden’, six acrobatic performers enact a ritual of mirroring shapes, like the illusory little bits in a kaleidoscope. Very gradually, driven by the music of DJ/composer Gary Shepherd and the anti-pop band Einstürzende Neubauten, the controlled beauty goes off the rails, and it is actually mankind who stirs up a raging chaos.

  • 8.30pm
  • €32,50–10
  • stadsschouwburgamster.nl
  • Leidseplein 26, 1017 PT Amsterdam
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  • Frascati ICW de Brakke Grond

    Something Raw Festival 2016 – EXIT MAN

    Monster Truck, Kat Válastur, a.o.

    9-13 Feb 2016

    Frascati and De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam

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  • Something Raw is a dance and performance festival in Amsterdam that marks its fourteenth edition in February 2016. Something Raw Festival 2016 investigates post-humanism and the relationship of man to his ever more technologized environment under the title EXIT MAN. Many of the productions we will be presenting involve scenarios for a utopian or dystopian future in which man’s position is being called ever more into question. For the full programme, visit brakkegrond.nl or frascatitheater.nl.

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  • brakkegrond.nl
  • Nes 63/45, 1012 KD Amsterdam
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  • Veem House

    THING: a Trans-Action

    Lisa Vereertbrugghen, William Collins

    10 & 11 Feb 2016

    Something Raw Festival; Frascati 4, Amsterdam

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  • The performer at the centre of THING: a Trans-Action is material. THING penetrates the surface, descending to a level where everyday boundaries between human and object disappear. But rather than stressing fixed form, THING explores materials-in-flux. Bits or plastic and bomber jackets unfold, explode, implode, stick together and come apart. How can we approach identification without preconception? Seeing the thing not as simple fact, but as a process, full of potential to become anything else. THING: a Trans-Action is presented as part of Something Raw Festival 2016.

  • Wed, 8.30pm; Thu, 7pm
  • €15/11,50
  • frascati.nl
  • Nes 63 , 1012 KD Amsterdam
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  • 10

  • Shut Up & Write

    Shut Up & Write met Emily Kocken x LETTERENFONDS SPECIAL

    Emily Kocken

    10 Feb 2016

    Boekhandel Van Rossum, Amsterdam

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  • Shut Up & Write is een initiatief van Jonas Kooyman: een reeks bijeenkomsten naar New Yorks concept waarbij een groep jonge schrijvers een uur lang in stilte schrijft. Van te voren wordt er kennis gemaakt, na afloop is er de mogelijkheid om het geschreven werk te bespreken. Beginnende schrijvers kunnen zich, samen met een van de negen Letterenfonds-debutanten, in een kleine groep een uur lang buigen over het eigen werk in wording. Op 10 februari neemt Emily Kocken, schrijver van Witte Vlag deel aan Shut Up & Write in boekwinkel Van Rossum in Amsterdam. Meedoen? Stuur een e-mail.

  • 7.30pm
  • Free admission; RSVP
  • Inschrijving per e-mail
  • Beethovenstraat 30-32, 1077 JH Amsterdam
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  • 11

  • DAS Graduate School

    What does it mean to be alone?

    Kim Noble, Hans Christiaan Klasema, and Jenny Gierveld

    11 Feb 2016

    DasArts – Master of Theatre, Amsterdam

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  • Blaise Pascal wrote: ‘All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone’ and Sartre stated that ‘Hell is other people.’ And yet, that intangible consciousness that exists deep inside our heads, outside our social interactions, the soul, the core-self, whatever we name it, seems always to be held in high regard. So why do we find it so hard to be alone in our minds? And why seems mental and social loneliness to be a growing problem of our time? What does it mean to be alone? is part of the DasArts’ 2016 Block programme Unfolding Fields of Interaction with Health, Life, Loss and Death.

  • 8pm
  • Free admission
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  • Overhoeksplein 2, 1031 KS Amsterdam
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  • NBprojects

    3: THE GARDEN

    Nicole Beutler

    12 Feb 2016

    Rabotheater, Hengelo (NL)

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  • In 2016, Nicole Beutler takes her production 3: THE GARDEN (2011) to the big theatres in order to mix up ‘nature’ and ‘culture’ once again. Following in the footsteps of the Romanticists, Beutler explores the utopian desire to go ‘back to nature’, in search of an untouched, untamed wilderness. In her own ‘Garden of Eden’, six acrobatic performers enact a ritual of mirroring shapes, like the illusory little bits in a kaleidoscope. Very gradually, driven by the music of DJ/composer Gary Shepherd and the anti-pop band Einstürzende Neubauten, the controlled beauty goes off the rails, and it is actually mankind who stirs up a raging chaos.

  • 8.30pm
  • €17,50/€15,50
  • www.rabotheater.nl
  • Beursstraat 44, 7551 HV Hengelo, The Netherlands
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  • 1213

  • Rotterdamse Schouwburg

    EXPLORER/Prometheus ontketend

    Urland, CREW, a.o.

    12 & 13 Feb 2016

    Rotterd. Schouwburg, Rotterdam (NL)

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  • 1994. Het jaar van de eruptie van the World Wide Web. De belofte. The point of no return. We staan aan. We transcenderen naar “Cyberia”. Ontketend. Het metamodernistische performance collectief Urland (Rotterdam) en CREW van pionier/kunstenaar Eric Joris (Brussel) maken een re-enactment van de initiële belofte uit ‘94. Met CREW’s tools en kennis van immersieve technologie duiken de internauten in cyberspace en creëren een nieuwe werkelijkheid. Hoe gaan we om met onze nieuwe vrijheid? Hoe ver kunnen we het lichaam laten transformeren en/of laten verdwijnen? Hoe wordt iets concreets tot een abstractie, en vice versa?

  • 9pm
  • €12–9
  • rotterdamseschouwburg.nl
  • Schouwburgplein 25, 3012 CL Rotterdam, NL
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  • 12

  • Nicola Guy, Flat Time House, a.o.

    Thinking Through Publishing

    Ami Clarke, Nicola Guy, Francesca Vinter, a.o.

    12 Feb 2016

    Central Saint Martins, London (UK)

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  • Thinking Through Publishing is a broad-reach peer-learning symposium for those interested in publishing in the arts, publishing as artists, and expanded ideas of publishing that relate to the distributed art work and archival concerns, and other conceptual models that come of publishing. Three panels address a wide range of approaches, including publishing within the gallery system, a focus on how digital productions and alternative models of distribution work, the artist publication as art-work and exhibition, and the lifespan of artists’ publishing, with several experts in the field working today.

  • 10am
  • Free admission; RSVP
  • eventbrite.com
  • 1 Granary Square, N1C 4AA London, United Kingdom
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  • 13

  • Melkweg

    Back to the Woods

    Angel Haze

    13 Feb 2016

    Melkweg, Amsterdam

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  • Met een verrassend zelfvertrouwen en een zelfbewustzijn dat je normaal niet terugvindt bij een 23-jarige, brengt Angel Haze haar poetry-turned-rap act vanuit New York naar Amsterdam. Even getalenteerd als onvoorspelbaar is ze: het ene moment legt ze haar kwetsbare ziel bloot in haar teksten, om dan plots keihard terug te slaan. Haze liet ons in 2012 kennismaken met haar lyrisch talent op debuutalbum Dirty Gold. Nu is ze terug met de full-length Back to the Woods, waarop ze wederom geen blad voor de mond neemt. Zoals ze zelf zegt in het nummer Impossible: “I am a little bit out of my brain”.

  • 7.30pm
  • €12,50 + membership
  • melkweg.nl
  • Lijnbaansgracht 234a, 1017 PH Amsterdam
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  • 1302

  • Villa Vassilieff

    Groupe Mobile

    Yaacov Agam, Andrea Ancira, Ellie Armon Azoulay, a.o.

    13 Feb-2 Jun 2016

    Villa Vassilieff, Paris (FR)

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  • A former car­penter who learned about pho­tog­raphy after being harmed during the First World War, Marc Vaux car­ried his pho­to­graphic chamber around the artists stu­dios of Montparnasse and Paris from the 1920s to the 1970s, pro­ducing more than 250 000 glass plates. Groupe Mobile, Villa Vassilieff’s inau­gural pro­ject, takes our explo­ration of the Marc Vaux Archive, con­served at the Centre Pompidou, as a starting point to re-examine—in dia­logue with con­tem­po­rary artists and asso­ciate researchers—these pho­tographs, their con­text of pro­duc­tion and the his­tor­ical nar­ra­tives attached to them.

  • Tue-Sat, 11am
  • Free admis­sion
  • villavassilieff.net
  • 21 Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris, France
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  • 14

  • Veem House

    The Sunday Scene. Performance Art podcast

    Hosted by Noha Ramadan

    14 Feb 2016

    Veem House, Amsterdam

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  • A postcard from abroad, local news from the (performing arts) scene, an update on the (political) weather and an interview with an inspiring artistic mind… Every first Sunday of the month we go on air live from Veem. Broadcasting these frequencies: energy, vision, smarts, open hearts, playful minds. Bring it on and join us live with homemade soup or listen along whilst being abroad.

  • 4pm
  • Free admission
  • veem.house
  • Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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  • 16

  • SNDO

    I only breakdance when I’m sad

    Laura van Bergem and Tea Teearu

    16 Feb 2016

    Staatenhaus am Rheinpark/Oper Köln, Cologne (DE)

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  • SNDO takes part in the 5th Dance Education Biennale. The gathering takes place from 15–22 February in Cologne. The Biennale wants to stimulate the international exchange between dance educations and offers multi-day internal workshops led by international guest artists. In the frame of a public symposium and performance programme, SNDO second year student Laura van Bergem will present her work I only breakdance when I’m sad (performers Laura van Bergem and Tea Teearu). On February 21, SNDO artistic director Bojana Mladenovic will participate on a panel called Reflection and Feedback: (Re)Thinking Modes of Artistic Learning.

  • 7.30pm
  • €22–11
  • biennale-tanzausbildung.de
  • Rheinparkweg 1, 50667 Cologne, Germany
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  • 16

  • MFA programme of the Sandberg Institute

    The Sandberg series #10: Sarah Tripp

    Sarah Tripp

    16 Feb 2016

    Theater de Roode Bioscoop, Amsterdam

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  • Sarah Tripp’s practice incorporates writing, video and performance presented in a variety of forms. When making works she plays with tones of voice and modes of attention to create proximity to, and distance from, characters. This oscillating between proximity and distance keeps characters up in the air and narratives in motion. During this event, by connecting observations of strangers with studies of creative practice, Tripp demonstrates her attempts to inhabit strangers’ workplaces: borrowing their tools and using their materials to make artworks. The Sandberg series is an ongoing lecture series initiated by the Master of Fine Arts programme of the Sandberg Institute.

  • 7.30pm
  • €5–0
  • roodebioscoop.nl
  • Haarlemmerplein 7, 1013 HP Amsterdam
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  • 16

  • EYE

    Research Lab – Bodies

    Students VAV of the Rietveld Academie

    16 Feb 2016

    EYE Film Instituut, Amsterdam

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  • The body, that mysterious vehicle sustaining us, that bunch of flesh, blood, spirit and soul, is the starting-point for research by students of VAV, the department of the moving image at the Rietveld Academie. The contribution is part of the Research Lab series. Every two weeks EYE invites students from Dutch art schools or other academies to present work. The result can be seen in the spaces of the Close-Up exhibition (31 Jan. – 22 May 2016), which presents the work of a new generation of film and video artists.

  • 7.15pm
  • €10–0
  • eyefilm.nl
  • IJpromenade 1, 1031KT Amsterdam
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  • 17

  • BAK

    Reading Anarchism

    Richard John Jones, Yoonis Osman Nuur

    17 Feb 2016

    BAK basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht

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  • In February 2016, BAK, basis voor actuele kunst hosts three Reading Anarchism events, as part of the exhibition Unstated (Or, Living Without Approval). The installation at BAK contains all anarchist writings currently archived online at theanarchistlibrary.org, printed as uniform volumes. Nicoline van Harskamp has invited a total of 6 guests to pick a single book or article from the library, and to present it to and discuss it with a live audience. On 17 February, Richard John Jones reads baedan (2012) and Yoonis Osman Nuur reads Emma Goldman’s What I Believe (1908).

  • 5pm
  • Free admission
  • bakonline.org
  • Lange Nieuwstraat 4, 3512 PH Utrecht, NL
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  • 1819

  • Filmhuis Cavia

    Women Without Men

    Shirin Neshat

    18 & 19 Feb 2016

    Filmhuis Cavia. Amsterdam

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  • For dreamers, for artists, for fighters; we hereby present you a 35mm screening of Iranian artist Shirin Neshat’s first feature length film Women Without Men, an adaptation of Shahrnush Parsipur’s magic realist novel. It is an incisive and sumptuously filmed reflection on the pivotal moment in history that directly led to the Islamic revolution and the Iran we know today. The film carefully intertwines the stories of four Iranian women during the summer of 1953, a cataclysmic moment in Iranian history when an American led, British backed coup d’état brought down the democratically elected Prime Minister, Mohammad Mossadegh, and reinstalled the Shah to power.

  • Feb 18, 8.30pm; Feb 19, 11.30pm
  • €4–0
  • filmhuiscavia.nl
  • Van Hallstraat 52-I, 1051HH Amsterdam
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  • 1927

  • Mad House

    2341 AD

    Juha Valkeapää, Renzo van Steenbergen, and Emer Värk

    19-27 Feb 2016

    Mad House, Helsinki (FI)

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  • 2341 AD is an audio-visual performance installation that imagines the year 2341. Humankind has vanished. What is there? What is the world like after humanity, without us, people? What would the planet be like if only echoes remain of a prior civilization? Using sound and visuals, vocal & performance artist Juha Valkeapää (Helsinki), sound artist Renzo van Steenbergen (Tallinn), video artist Emer Värk (Tallinn), visual artist Arno Scheper (The Hague) and dramaturge Märt Kangro (Tallinn) create a evolving space that is not empty, but abandoned, deserted, and left behind. It is not dead, but it keeps changing.

  • 7pm
  • €17,50/12,50
  • madhousehelsinki.fi
  • Kaasutehtaankatu 1, FI-00540 Helsinki, Finland
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  • 20

  • P/////AKT

    Electro Lecture

    Jonas Ohlsson and Tim Hollander

    20 Feb 2016

    P/////AKT – Platform for contemporary art, Amsterdam

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  • This public event in the context of the exhibition Conceptual Soup, will take the shape of an Electro Lecture: a mix of logic, sounds, noises, sound effects, arguments, ideas, opinions, beats and flow. The input for this Electro Lecture is an encounter between Jonas Ohlsson and Tim Hollander that leads to conversations, discussions, drawings or maybe even concrete poetry or musical output. Still purposefully misty and unclear, developing by itself from its own volition, but surely resulting in a flow that massages both brain halves, sometimes making sense, sometimes floating into oceans of sounds and saxophones.

  • 8pm
  • Free admission
  • pakt.nu
  • Zeeburgerpad 53, 1019 AB Amsterdam
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  • 21

  • SNDO

    Reflection and Feedback: (Re)Thinking Modes of Artistic Learning

    Bojana Mladenovic

    21 Feb 2016

    Staatenhaus am Rheinpark/Oper Köln, Cologne (DE)

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  • SNDO takes part in the 5th Dance Education Biennale. The gathering takes place from 15–21 February in Cologne. The Biennale wants to stimulate the international exchange between dance educations and offers multi-day workshops led by international guest artists. SNDO artistic director Bojana Mladenovic will participate as guest speaker in the frame of a public panel called Reflection and Feedback: (Re)Thinking Modes of Artistic Learning.

  • 10am
  • €8,80–5,50
  • biennale-tanzausbildung.de
  • Rheinparkweg 1, 50667 Cologne, Germany
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  • 23

  • NBprojects

    3: THE GARDEN

    Nicole Beutler

    23 Feb 2016

    Toneelschuur, Haarlem (NL)

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  • In 2016, Nicole Beutler takes her production 3: THE GARDEN (2011) to the big theatres in order to mix up ‘nature’ and ‘culture’ once again. Following in the footsteps of the Romanticists, Beutler explores the utopian desire to go ‘back to nature’, in search of an untouched, untamed wilderness. In her own ‘Garden of Eden’, six acrobatic performers enact a ritual of mirroring shapes, like the illusory little bits in a kaleidoscope. Very gradually, driven by the music of DJ/composer Gary Shepherd and the anti-pop band Einstürzende Neubauten, the controlled beauty goes off the rails, and it is actually mankind who stirs up a raging chaos.

  • 8.30pm
  • €17,50–13,50
  • www.toneelschuur.nl
  • Lange Begijnestraat 9, 2011 HH Haarlem, NL
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  • 24

  • DAS Graduate School

    Unfolding Identities

    Jackie Stacey, Hertain Patel, and Marieke Sleijpen

    24 Feb 2016

    DasArts – Master of Theatre, Amsterdam

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  • How much are we still defined by all those traditional categories: Ethnicity, religion, nationality, gender, sexuality… Do these aspects of our culture still define us, are we finding new categories or are definitions becoming so fluid that they are meaningless. For some the loss of coherent structures of identification is a great cause of discomfort, alienation and anxiety. For others it is a liberation. For many it is both. Unfolding Identities is part of the DasArts’ 2016 Block programme Unfolding Fields of Interaction with Health, Life, Loss and Death.

  • 8pm
  • Free admission
  • facebook.com
  • Overhoeksplein 2, 1031 KS Amsterdam
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  • 2527

  • BUDA

    Buda Vista #8

    Alma Söderberg, leesclub SPIN en Tom Engels, a.o.

    25, 26 & 27 Feb 2016

    Kunstencentrum Buda, Kortrijk (BE)

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  • Buda Vista is een festival dat drie dagen lang voorstellingen presenteert die (deels) in de Buda-studio’s werden gemaakt. Tijdens Buda Vista #8 ontdek je kraakverse producties die gecreëerd werden in het kader van APAP, een artistiek netwerk dat mede door Buda werd opgericht en dat kunstenorganisaties in acht Europese landen met elkaar verbindt. Voor het volledige programma: budakortrijk.be

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  • budakortrijk.be
  • Kapucijnenstraat 10, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium
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  • 2628

  • Sonic Acts Academy

    Sonic Acts 2016

    Maryanne Amacher Archive, Okkyung Lee, WaSm, Raphael Vanoli, a.o.

    26, 27 & 28 Feb 2016

    Multiple venues in Amsterdam

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  • Over the course of three days, Sonic Acts Academy invites artists, theorists, and scientists to expand on their research through lectures, concerts, film programmes, work presentations, masterclasses and workshops. The Academy relates to topics that are connected to the ‘dark matter’ theme Sonic Acts is currently investigating with its projects such as Dark Ecology and The Geologic Imagination, informed by the realisation that we live in the Anthropocene, and questioning how this forces us to rethink concepts of nature, culture, technology, and ecology. For the full programme and tickets, visit: sonicacts.com

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  • sonicacts.com
  • Multiple venues in Amsterdam
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  • CAMH

    In Conversation: Artist MPA with Curator Dean Daderko

    MPA, Dean Daderko

    27 Feb 2016

    CAMH, Houston (USA)

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  • Join artist MPA and Curator Dean Daderko for a discussion focusing on MPA’s three-year investigation of the future of Mars, possibilities of current life on the red planet, and the prospect of human colonization in years to come. The programme will feature an in-depth conversation on MPA’s commissioned installation, THE INTERVIEW: Red, Red Future, exposing concepts and processes that led to the materialization of a completely new body of work by the artist, which includes a dynamic installation that combines sculpture, light, and photography; a participatory work; and an artist’s publication.

  • 2pm
  • Free admission
  • camh.org
  • 5216 Montrose Blvd, Houston, Texas 77006, USA
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      • 2110

      • QAGOMA

        8th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art

        Abdul Abdullah, Richard Bell, a.o.

        21 Nov-10 Apr 2016

        Gallery of Modern Art and Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane (AU)

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      • This eighth edition of the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT8) emphasizes the role of performance in recent art, exploring the use of the human form to express cultural, social and political ideas, and the central role of artists in articulating experiences specific to their localities. APT8 features more than 80 artists and groups from over 30 countries, and continues to expand its consideration of the region into parts of West and Central Asia. For more information and the full programme, visit: qagoma.qld.gov.au

      • Daily, 10am
      • Free admission
      • qagoma.qld.gov.au
      • Stanley Pl, South Bank, Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
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      • 1217

      • Stedelijk Museum

        Beyond Conceptual Art

        Seth Siegelaub

        12 Dec-17 Apr 2016

        Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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      • He was a gallerist, independent curator, publisher, researcher, archivist, collector, and bibliographer. Often billed the “father of Conceptual Art,” Seth Siegelaub was—and remains—a seminal influence on curators, artists, and cultural thinkers, internationally and in Amsterdam, where he settled in the 1990s. Now the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam is organizing the exhibition Seth Siegelaub: Beyond Conceptual Art, devoted to the life and work of this fascinating yet still elusive figure.

      • Daily, 10am
      • €15–0
      • stedelijk.nl
      • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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      • 3001

      • Malmö Konsthall

        [wood painting]

        Heimo Zobernig

        30 Jan-1 May 2016

        Malmö Konsthall, Malmö (SE)

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      • With works that respond to the legacy of the discourses and themes of formalist, abstract and Minimalist art, often establishing a close dialogue with the architecture and history of a specific place, Heimo Zobernig is an important representative of the artists associated with “Kontext Kunst” in the German-speaking art scene of the 1990s. His practice is defined by a calculated balance that playfully calls into question form and function, as well as the presentation and staging of art. For this solo exhibition at Malmö Konsthall, which is Zobernig’s first presentation in the Nordic countries, a series of new sculptures reflects on the architecture of the gallery space.

      • Daily, 11am
      • Free admission
      • konsthall.malmo.se
      • St. Johannesgatan 7, SE-205 80, Malmö, Sweden
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      • 3103

      • De Vleeshal

        Here It Comes

        Simone Forti

        31 Jan-3 Apr 2016

        De Vleeshal, Middelburg (NL)

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      • De Vleeshal presents a comprehensive solo exhibition by artist, choreographer, dancer and writer Simone Forti (1935, Italy). Although Forti has performed in the Netherlands in the 1980s, this is the first solo show of her seminal oeuvre here. From her early minimalist ‘Dance Constructions’ through her animal studies, news animations and collaborations with musicians, Simone Forti has worked with an eye toward creating idioms for exploring natural form and behaviors. Forti’s work has made a major contribution to the intersection of sculpture and performance and helped to create a sensibility for ‘what we know about things through our bodies.’

      • Tue-Fri, 1pm; Sat-Sun, 11am
      • Free admission
      • vleeshal.nl
      • Markt; Zusterstraat 7, 4331 KG, Middelburg, NL
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      • 1302

      • Villa Vassilieff

        Groupe Mobile

        Yaacov Agam, Andrea Ancira, Ellie Armon Azoulay, a.o.

        13 Feb-2 Jun 2016

        Villa Vassilieff, Paris (FR)

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      • A former car­penter who learned about pho­tog­raphy after being harmed during the First World War, Marc Vaux car­ried his pho­to­graphic chamber around the artists stu­dios of Montparnasse and Paris from the 1920s to the 1970s, pro­ducing more than 250 000 glass plates. Groupe Mobile, Villa Vassilieff’s inau­gural pro­ject, takes our explo­ration of the Marc Vaux Archive, con­served at the Centre Pompidou, as a starting point to re-examine—in dia­logue with con­tem­po­rary artists and asso­ciate researchers—these pho­tographs, their con­text of pro­duc­tion and the his­tor­ical nar­ra­tives attached to them.

      • Tue-Sat, 11am
      • Free admis­sion
      • villavassilieff.net
      • 21 Avenue du Maine, 75015 Paris, France
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      • 0207

      • The Artist's Institute

        Hilton Als

        Hilton Als

        2 Mar-7 Aug 2016

        The Artist's Institute, New York (USA)

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      • For more than thirty years, Hilton Als has archived his feelings about those he’s encountered intimately and from a distance in two books of essays and in publications like The Village Voice and The New Yorker. Art, he says, has remained a relief from language; expression he has sought variously as a photo editor, graphic designer, curator, and visual artist. Still, Als continues to seek creative positions where these distinctions matter less, using photographs, sound, and installation to sustain his mix of memoir, portraiture, and criticism.

      • Tue–Fri, 12–6pm
      • Free admission
      • theartistsinstitute.org
      • 132 E. 65th Street, New York New York 10065, USA
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      • 0302

      • UoC

        University of Colour Decolonial School

        Mercedes Zandwijken, Lucas Johnson, a.o.

        3 Mar-2 Jun 2016

        Vrankrijk, Amsterdam

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      • The University of Colour Decolonial School aims to decolonize the university. Our collective aspires to create a more balanced university at both curricular and demographic level that includes non-Eurocentric perspectives and ideas. The Decolonial School takes place once a week from the first week of March until the first week of June (click here for the schedule). The school is open for everyone to attend (students and non students). Make sure you do not forget to subscribe for the waiting list if you aim to participate (we have reached our capacity at the moment, but some places are expected to become available).

      • 7.30pm
      • Free admission; RSVP
      • universityofcolour.com
      • Spuistraat 216, Amsterdam
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      • 1222

      • Spring

        Duilian

        Wu Tsang

        12 Mar-22 May 2016

        Spring, Hong Kong (HK)

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      • Centered around Wu Tsang’s experimental film Duilian which interprets the life and writings of Chinese revolutionary poet Qiu Jin (秋瑾, 1875–1907) and her intimate relationship with her friend and calligrapher Wu Zhiying (吳芝瑛, 1868–1934), the exhibition Duilian is the culmination of the visual artist and filmmaker’s decade-long fascination with the two women, and was created during her six-month residency at Spring Workshop when she traced the manifold representations of Qiu Jin’s legacy within China’s recent history. Seen together, the film installation and the sculptures form an alternative reading of Qiu’s biography told through the lens of visual and martial arts.

      • Tue-Sun, noon–6pm
      • Free admission
      • springworkshop.org
      • 42 Wong Chuk Hang Road Aberdeen, Hong Kong, HK
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      • 1310

      • P/////AKT

        Pense-Bête II – Object: As an act

        Raphael Langmair, a.o.

        13 Mar-10 Apr 2016

        P/////AKT – Platform for contemporary art, Amsterdam

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      • In 2016 P/////AKT is focusing on the conceptual legacy of Marcel Broodthaers’ 1964 work Le Pense-Bête and its relevance in current discourse. P/////AKT will outline six aspects of Le Pense-Bête, each of which comprises a solo exhibition, a public event, and an essay. The second aspect deals with transition, gesture and authenticity. The act of rendering his collected poems illegible by casting them in plaster is exemplary for the transitory qualities of Broodthaers’ artistic practise.

      • Thu-Sun, 2–6pm
      • Free admission
      • pakt.nu
      • Zeeburgerpad 53, 1019 AB Amsterdam
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      • 3102

      • SNDO

        SNDO 4 Graduation works 2016

        graduate students SNDO

        31 Mar-2 Apr 2016

        Veem House, Amsterdam

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      • The 4th year students of the SNDO – School for New Dance Development graduate by creating two works next to writing a thesis and completing their internship. This year’s programmes are presented in two theaters in Amsterdam. Lester Arias, Maciej Sado, Ida Katinka Fridan Pedersen and Son of Mom present their work on 31 March, and on 1 and 2 April at Veem House for Performance. The other group of students, Maria Metsalu, Samira Elagoz, Tiana Hemlock-Yensen, Nadia Bekkers, and Sabine Cmelniski, will present their work on 24, 25 and 26 March at Frascati.

      • 7pm
      • €12–7
      • veem.house
      • Van Diemenstraat 408-410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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      • 0130

      • Raven Row

        Displacement, 2011/2016

        Channa Horwitz

        1-30 Apr 2016

        Raven Row, London (UK)

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      • For the current exhibition, Raven Row is reconstructing Channa Horowitz’s installation Displacement, originally made with Y8 in 2011 for its yoga studio. The work will be prepared during gallery hours, from 30 March to 1 April, after which Y8 will lead eight participants at a time in its activation. The work transfers motifs from Horwitz’s Language Series into space, with wooden blocks scaled in relation to the body and placed on an orange grid. Founder of Y8, Immanuel Grosser, will lead sessions using yoga postures—asanas—to bring participants into interaction with the blocks. If you would like to make an enquiry or book a place, email info@ravenrow.org.

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      • Free admission; RSVP
      • ravenrow.org
      • Raven Row 56, Artillery Lane, London E1 7LS, UK
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      • 02

      • Get Lost

        Sharira – Fire Desire

        Chandralekha Dance Company

        2 Apr 2016

        Frascati Theater, Amsterdam

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      • In Sharira, a woman pours her body into complex, plastic forms with cast-iron control. First solo, and then with a male partner. The slow, often explicit poses give their duet an erotic quality to equal its sacred character. A highly-charged choreography in which sexuality, sensuality and spirituality are moulded together. Sharira is universally seen as one of the most impressive examples of the work of unique choreographer and women’s rights campaigner Chandralekha. Presented in the frame of the Get Lost series.

      • 8pm
      • n/a
      • frascatitheater.nl
      • Nes 63, 1012 KD Amsterdam
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      • 0231

      • Künstlerhaus Stuttgart

        Ellen Cantor

        Ellen Cantor

        2 Apr-31 Jul 2016

        Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Stuttgart (DE)

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      • Ellen Cantor combined ready-made materials with diaristic notes and drawings to probe her perceptions and experiences of personal desire and institutional violence. In her drawings, paintings, collages, and videos, Cantor lifted characters and sequences from iconic films, reorienting the ideological transmissions of the source material. This exhibition brings together a rich body of work, articulating some of the key strands and ways of working that fuelled Cantor’s practice, in dialogue with some of the friends and the collaborators that informed her work, those she called the circle of “magical intuitive co-operation.”

      • Wed-Fri, 3–7pm; Sat-Sun, 1–5pm
      • Free admission
      • kuenstlerhaus.de
      • Reuchlinstraße 4b, 70178 Stuttgart, Germany
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      • 03

      • If I Can't Dance, a.o.

        Launch of Wendelien van Oldenborgh’s monograph ‘Amateur’

        Wendelien van Oldenborgh, a.o.

        3 Apr 2016

        Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam

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      • On Sunday 3 April, a new monograph of the artist Wendelien van Oldenborgh’s work, entitled Amateur, will be presented at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, accompanied by the Netherlands premiere of Van Oldenborgh’s latest film From Left to Night (2015), a screening of her earlier work Bete & Deise (2012), and a lecture by author and curator David Dibosa. The artist alongside The Showroom’s Director Emily Pethick, If I Can’t Dance’s Director Frédérique Bergholtz and the Stedelijk Museum’s Curator of Theory and Interpretation Britte Sloothaak, will provide an introduction to the publication and the afternoon’s event.

      • 3pm
      • t.b.a.
      • ificantdance.org
      • Museumplein 10, 1071 DJ Amsterdam
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      • 03

      • Veem House

        The Sunday Scene #5

        Hosted by Noha Ramadan

        3 Apr 2016

        Veem House, Amsterdam

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      • A postcard from abroad, local news from the (performing arts) scene, an update on the (political) weather and an interview with an inspiring artistic mind… Every first Sunday of the month we go on air live from Veem. Broadcasting these frequencies: energy, vision, smarts, open hearts, playful minds. Bring it on and join us live with homemade soup or listen along whilst being abroad. Today’s guest is writer, dramaturg and theatre maker Joachim Robbrecht.

      • 4pm
      • Free admission
      • veem.house
      • Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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      • 0324

      • CCS Bard

        Standard Forms

        Julio César Morales, Robert Morris, Ulrike Müller, Martha Rosler, a.o.

        3-24 Apr 2016

        CCS Bard, New York (USA)

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      • The works shown in Standard Forms prioritize the abstract, the non-figurative, and the indexical over mimetic representation of the human body. In utilizing these formal strategies, the works mask, obscure, or leave the body out. While only a selection considers the non-citizen directly, each offers vital modes of seeing or thinking the figure as it is edged by predominant norms, systems, and standards. In presenting these works together, the exhibition offers a phenomenology of embodiment that rejects the violence of the scopic.

      • Mon-Fri, 9am–5pm
      • Free admission
      • bard.edu
      • Annandale-on-Hudson NY 12504-5000, USA
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      • 04

      • SculptureCenter

        The Eccentrics Performance Program: Ieva Miseviciute

        Ieva Miseviciute

        4 Apr 2016

        SculptureCenter, New York (USA)

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      • Ieva Miseviciute’s new performance will originate on, but ultimately venture off of a tongue, a recurring element in her performances, which functions as a site-specific sculpture that also serves as a stage on view for the duration of the exhibition The Eccentrics, currently on view at SculptureCenter.

      • 6pm
      • n/a
      • sculpture-center.org
      • 44-19 Purves St, New York, New York 11101, USA
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      • 0509

      • BAK

        Here We Are Academy

        WAH teachers, Campus in Camps, a.o.

        5-9 Apr 2016

        BAK basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht

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      • Here We Are Academy is an experimental education programme conceived with and led by We Are Here—the first large scale organization of refugees in limbo in the Netherlands, and realized in collaboration with Campus in Camps—a programme for learning based within four Palestinian refugee camps on the West Bank. Whilst the We Are Here Academy is an educational initiative offering university-level courses for undocumented individuals, inviting experts or academics to teach, Here We Are Academy instead gives the members of We Are Here the position of teachers. To register to attend either the workshop series or a public lecture, please send an email.

      • noon
      • Free admission; RSVP
      • bakonline.org
      • Lange Nieuwstraat 4, 3512 PH Utrecht, NL
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      • 0507

      • AHK

        The Guardians Of Sleep

        Hidde Aans-Verkade, Zoë Demoustier, Ayrton Fraenk, a.o.

        5, 6 & 7 Apr 2016

        De Theaterschool, Amsterdam

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      • To what place do people wander when they fall asleep? They temporarily interrupt their activities and withdraw from the world. They escape from the globally connected present and enter into a place and a time of their own. The Guardians Of Sleep is an attempt to collectively resist a switched on universe for which no off-switch exists. For more information and tickets. visit: ahk.nl.

      • 8.30pm
      • €3/1
      • ahk.nl
      • Jodenbreestraat 3, 1011 NG Amsterdam
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      • 0510

      • The Showroom, a.o.

        Manual Labours: The Complaining Body

        Sarah Browne, Hamish McPherson, Ivor Southward, a.o.

        5-10 Apr 2016

        The Showroom, London (UK)

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      • Manual Labours present a week-long programme of events and new commissions at The Showroom by artist Sarah Browne, choreographer Hamish MacPherson and writer Ivor Southward. Developed from a series of workshops with call centre workers in a London Borough Council, commuters on a train station platform, and University staff dealing with student complaints, Manual Labours: The Complaining Body explores the physical and emotional effects of complaining, receiving complaints and not being able to complain in the context of work.

      • Wed-Sat, 12–6pm
      • Free admission
      • theshowroom.org
      • 63 Penfold Str., London NW8 8PQ, United Kingdom
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      • 0610

      • Gerrit Rietveld Academie

        Bots, Bodies, Beasts

        Studium Generale Rietveld Academie, Rietveld Uncut

        6-10 Apr 2016

        De Brakke Grond, Nes 45, Amsterdam

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      • Rietveld Uncut is an annual joint presentation by the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. For this seventh edition Rietveld Uncut teams up again with Studium Generale, leading up to Bots, Bodies, Beasts conference festival and exhibition. An exhibition of student work will frame a four-day conference festival curated by Maaike Lauwaert, If I Can’t Dance I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, Mohammad Salemy, and Anselm Franke. These guest curators have each inaugurated a discursive and performative programme of one day. The parallel programmes of Rietveld Uncut and Studium Generale meet on various occasions.

      • 10am
      • €40–0
      • rietveldacademie.nl
      • Nes 45, 1012 KD Amsterdam
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      • 07

      • SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art

        Looking for the outside of modernity

        Irmgard Emmelhainz

        7 Apr 2016

        SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art, Montréal (CA)

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      • Ranging from the launch of Beyoncé’s Formation video, her performance at the Super Bowl in February 2016 and her winks to racial justice movements; to Ciro Guerra’s Embrace of the Serpent (2014), a film which tells the epic story of the first encounter of an Amazonian shaman and two scientists who travel on the Amazon river looking for a sacred plant; to contemporary aboriginal struggles against neoliberal extractive mega-projects, Irmgard Emmelhainz in her talk will try to sketch out an answer to whether it is possible to decolonize contemporary political struggles from the Western Modern myths of emancipation and progress.

      • 6pm
      • Free admission
      • sbcgallery.ca
      • 372 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest, Montréal (QC), Canada
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      • 08

      • If I Can't Dance

        Propositions on the Subject

        Keti Chukhrov, Alicia Frankovich, Nataša Ilic / WHW, Xavier Le Roy

        8 Apr 2016

        De Brakke Grond, Nes 45, Amsterdam

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      • As part of the annual Studium Generale Rietveld Academie, If Can’t Dance has been invited to curate and present one of the four symposium days on Friday 8 April, in response to the guiding thematic of this year’s event, Bots, Bodies and Beasts. For Propositions on the Subject, the programme of the day will comprise the presentation of three works of art that connect theory with artistic practice: Xavier Le Roy’s performance Product of Circumstances (1999); Keti Chukhrov’s film Love Machines (2013)—complemented by a lecture by Chukhrov, and a conversation hosted by Nataša Ilic / WHW; and a new live experience by Alicia Frankovich.

      • 12.30pm
      • €40–0
      • rietveldacademie.nl
      • Nes 45, 1012 KD Amsterdam
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      • 10

      • Veem House

        Knock Down

        Esther Arribas & Matias Daporta

        10 Apr 2016

        Veem House, Amsterdam

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      • What do we do or experience when we watch a work of art, a theatre play or a movie? What is the impact of the work? These questions are at the core of the experimental documentary Knock Down made by Matias Daporta and Esther Arribas. In the feature-length documented fiction they focused their satirical eye on today’s theatre world and its audience. We welcome you for the preview of Knock Down with freshly made cocktails afterwards!

      • 4pm
      • €7/5
      • veem.house
      • Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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      • 10

      • If I Can't Dance

        Changing Displays: Exhibition as Event

        Frédérique Bergholtz, Hendrik Folkerts, Vincent Honoré, a.o.

        10 Apr 2016

        miart fair, Milan (IT)

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      • As part of the discursive programme, miartalks 2016at the miart fair in Milan, If I Can’t Dance’s director Frédérique Bergholtz will chair a conversation on the topic, Changing Displays: Exhibition as Event. The conversation will include contributions from Hendrik Folkerts, Curator of documenta 14; Vincent Honoré, Chief Curator of the David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF); and Fatos Üstek, independent curator and writer. Together they will consider the increasing presence of performance in contemporary art, and how the lines between durational event and temporary exhibition are starting to blur.

      • 4pm
      • Entrance to fair
      • miart.it
      • Fieramilanocity, Viale Scarampo - Gate 5, Milan, IT
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      • 12

      • NBprojects

        2: Dialogue With Lucinda

        Nicole Beutler

        12 Apr 2016

        CC Maasmechelen, Maasmechelen (BE)

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      • Fascinated by the radical and deceptively simple minimalism of Lucinda Childs’ early work, Beutler chose to remake two of her silent dance pieces, Radial Courses (1976) and Interior Drama (1977), setting the latter to a specially composed work by DJ/producer Gary Shepherd. Radial Courses is based on three movement sequences in a constantly shifting, circulatory composition. In Interior Drama five dancers conform to an apparently perfect system, moving in repetitive patterns. Beutler’s reinterpretations centre on the individual dancer’s efforts and responsibilities within the group patterns, revealing parallel realities and the ritualistic qualities of both dances.

      • 8.15pm
      • €14
      • ccmaasmechelen.be
      • Koninginnelaan 42, 3630 Maasmechelen, Belgium
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      • 13

      • If I Can't Dance

        Dancing Group – Event and Duration

        Michele Rizzo

        13 Apr 2016

        Veem House, Amsterdam

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      • If I Can’t Dance’s monthly Dancing Group will convene for its third session at 8pm on Wednesday 13 April at Veem House for Performance. The Dancing Group is led by choreographer Michele Rizzo, who is extending his research into and experience of club dancing, by devising a new choreography that the group is invited to learn and interpret. The Dancing Group is designed for people from inside and outside the field of contemporary art who are interested in dancing together in a studio setting. Prior dance experience is not required. Places are limited and interested participants should register by sending an email to bookings@ificantdance.org

      • 8pm
      • Free admission; RSVP
      • ificantdance.org
      • Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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      • 13

      • AHK

        Master of Film lecture series: Political imagination

        Yael Bartana

        13 Apr 2016

        Nederlandse Filmacademie; Master of Film, Amsterdam

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      • Yael Bartana’s films, installations and photographs explore the imagery of identity and the politics of memory. Her starting point is the national consciousness propagated by her native country Israel. Central to the work are meanings implied by terms like “homeland”, “return” and “belonging”. Bartana investigates these through the ceremonies, public rituals and social diversions that are intended to reaffirm the collective identity of the nation state. On the occasion of the Master of Film lecture series, Bartana will present some of her working methods, approach the role of the artist within a society, and explore the intersection between art, cinema and politics.

      • 7.30pm
      • Free admission; RSVP
      • ahk.nl
      • Markenplein 1, 1011 MV Amsterdam
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      • 14

      • IETM

        Senses of Liveness for Digital Times

        Sally Jane Norman

        14 Apr 2016

        DeLaMar Theatre, Amsterdam

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      • Performing arts allow us to creatively challenge digitally remediated experience, and to collectively reflect on and explore its prolific scales, materials, and modes of existence. Through celebrations of diversity and idiosyncrasy, live performance helps us counter the normative, deadly pressures of digitisation. This keynote will look at how theatre—Artaud’s crucible—is a uniquely powerful means for mobilising the poetic energies that characterise what is human, and what it is to be human. This in turn is seen as a source of vital resilience, tuning our senses of liveness to digital—and post-digital—times. Presented as part of IETM Amsterdam Plenary Meeting 2016.

      • 4pm
      • IETM participation fee
      • ietm.org
      • Marnixstraat 402, 1017 PL Amsterdam
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      • 15

      • Mezrab

        Storytelling Night

        15 Apr 2016

        Mezrab Cultural Centre, Amsterdam

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      • The original night where anyone gets to claim the stage and anything goes: the true, the mythical, the fabulous, the comedic. Your call! Bring ears to listen and/or a mouth to tell.

      • 8pm
      • Free admission
      • mezrab.nl
      • Veemkade 576, 1019 BL Amsterdam
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      • 1523

      • Xing

        Live Arts Week V

        Mårten Spångberg, Florian Hecker, Alex Einaudi, a.o.

        15-23 Apr 2016

        MAMbo, Bologna (IT)

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      • Xing presents at MAMbo – Museo d’Arte Moderna di Bologna, the fifth edition of Live Arts Week, that will start with a special project as a prologue on 15th April, and will continue in the week from 19th to 23rd april 2016. This event dedicated to live arts hosts a blend of new productions that revolve around the presence, performance and perceptual experience of sounds and visions. Live Arts Week gives space to ‘existential athletics’. It does not put art before the artists, but exposes to forms of sensitivity and ideas, welcomes hybrid and polyglot works, hosts creative singularity, weaving a sort of counter-design of use.

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      • see programme
      • liveartsweek.it
      • Via Don Giovanni Minzoni, 14, 40100 Bologna, Italy
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      • 1516

      • West

        Symposium Transcoding Flusser — Synthetic Thinking

        Fiona Hanley, Dr. Rainer Guldin, Katerina Krtilova, a.o.

        15 & 16 Apr 2016

        West, Den Haag (NL)

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      • Computer codes, especially the code of synthetic images promises an inter-subjective Utopia, suggests philosopher Vilém Flusser. Drawing attention to ongoing cultural transformations of technical revolutions, Flusser provocatively implores us, the citizens of a world transfused with invisible, light-speed, electronic information exchange, to communicate using synthetic (or technical) images and ‘no longer words’. In this symposium, we wish to discuss Flusser’s proposals for synthetic image-thinking, particularly the promise of agency he positions there. Presented in the context of the exhibition BODENLOS: Vilém Flusser and the Arts.

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      • €25/12,50
      • westdenhaag.nl
      • Groenwegje 136, 2515 LR Den Haag, The Netherlands
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      • 1617

      • Veem House

        Things on a Table

        Uta Eisenreich & Eva Meyer-Keller, with Katrin Hahner

        16 & 17 Apr 2016

        Veem House, Amsterdam

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      • In Things On a Table, the associations of everyday objects start to coalesce questions about art history and the bourgeois obsession with object possession and arrangement, of gender and representation as well as environmental and ethical issues. A whirl of landscapes, upheavals and transformations form simultaneously in front of the audience and the unblinking camera. Perspectives switch between the micro and macro so that the objects on a table start to take on dimensions and meaning far beyond their humble, recognisable forms. With a book launch on 16 April prior to the performance from 7pm onwards.

      • Sat, 8.30pm; Sun, 4pm
      • €15/12/7
      • veem.house
      • Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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      • 16

      • NBprojects

        Liefdesverklaring

        Nicole Beutler, Magne van den Berg, fABULEUS

        16 Apr 2016

        Schouwburg Odeon, Zwolle (NL)

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      • Liefdesverklaring (Declaration of Love) is a re-rendering of Peter Handke’s play Offending the Audience, which caused a sensation in 1966 when it brushed aside every rule of theatre. Liefdesverklaring turns the original text on its head to create a seductive and disorienting ode to theatre and its audience. Six young actors speak, dance and beatbox the words, all carried along by the irresistible electronic beats of DJ and composer Gary Shepherd. Is it dance? Is it drama? Or is it an out-of-control pop-concert? Whatever it is, it will be a thrilling experience. Presented as part of the international dance festival LIFT  ME UP! (11–16 April 2016).

      • 7.30pm
      • €17,50/10
      • zwolsetheaters.nl
      • Blijmarkt 25, 8011 Zwolle, The Netherlands
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      • 16

      • Wodan Warsame, a.o.

        Decolonize The Museum Conference

        Wodan Warsame, Simone Sims, a.o.

        16 Apr 2016

        Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen (KIT), Amsterdam

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      • Decolonize The Museum is an effort to confront the colonial ideas and practices present in ethnographic museums up until this day. We have worked throughout 2015 to stage a joint intervention in the Dutch National Museum of World Cultures. This intervention critiques the language, imagery and accessibility of its current exhibitions. Simultaneously, we push a conversation about how—if at all—the ethnographic museum can contribute to reinstating the agency and histories of colonized peoples, life and territories. For more information and the full programme, follow this link.

      • noon
      • Free admission; RSVP
      • facebook.com
      • Mauritskade 63, 1092 AD Amsterdam
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      • 17

      • Julidans

        Julidans Kick-Off: Lisbeth Gruwez dances Bob Dylan

        Voetvolk / Lisbeth Gruwez & Julidans

        17 Apr 2016

        Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam

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      • De 26e editie van Julidans is bijna rond. Op zondag 17 april trappen we echt af met de Kick-off Julidans 2016. Samen met een tweetal choreografen die te gast zullen zijn op het festival, zal Anita van Dolen (artistiek leider) het programma presenteren. Eén van die choreografen is Lisbeth Gruwez (samen met Maarten van Cauwenberghe vormt zij Voetvolk). Gruwez vertelt onder meer over hun nieuwste werk We’re pretty fuckin’ far from okaydie op 2 juli in wereldpremière gaat in Theater Bellevue. Maar zij danst ook haar solo Lisbeth Gruwez dances Bob Dylan.

      • 4pm
      • €12,50–0
      • julidans.nl
      • Leidseplein 26 1017 PT Amsterdam
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      • Beursschouwburg

        HOST

        Eisa Jocson

        20 & 21 Apr 2016

        Beursschouwburg, Brussels (BE)

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      • In HOST, Eisa Jocson plays your hostess, ready to entertain you. Jocson is inspired by the ‘hostess clubs’ of Tokyo, where Japanese-Filipina hostesses engage in ‘affectieve arbeid’. In these special clubs, female or transgender hostesses entertain hard-working Japanese men, toying with female stereotypes. The image of what femininity precisely is becomes the basis for economic transactions. Eisa Jocson reveals how easily the female body adapts to the prevalent image of femininity in popular culture. She unravels the entertainment strategies and the politics of labour to which these women are subjected.

      • 8.30pm
      • €13/10
      • beursschouwburg.be
      • Rue A. Ortsstraat 20-28, 1000 Brussels, Belgium
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      • 21

      • Get Lost

        Adonde van los Muertos – Lado A

        Grupo Krapp

        21 Apr 2016

        Stadsschouwburg, Amsterdam

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      • In Adonde van los Muertos – Lado A (Waarheen de doden gaan – Kant A) is het onderwerp de dood. Om precies te zijn: de dood in het theater. Want hoe geef je als theatermaker vorm aan een fenomeen dat zo essentieel en eenmalig is? Krapp vroeg tien kunstenaars uit de dans, het toneel en de film hun kijk te geven op deze kwestie. In Adonde van los Muertos bespreken zij het probleem hardop, leggen het aan elkaar en het publiek voor en onderzoeken met de performers diverse mogelijkheden. Een voorstelling in het kader van de serie Get Lost.

      • 8.30pm
      • €32,50–0
      • stadsschouwburgamsterdam.nl
      • Leidseplein 26, 1017 PT Amsterdam
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      • 22

      • St. Verhalende Journalistiek

        Narrative Journalism goes Digital Conference

        Amy O'Leary, John Keefe, a.o.

        22 Apr 2016

        Pakhuis De Zwijger, Amsterdam

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      • This year’s conference will be all about narrative journalism going digital. Journalism is about empathy—about understanding other people. Distributing information has for long been a commodity. Today, with everybody always having access to information, it isn’t anymore. The skill that makes a bringer of news a journalist, is his ability to tell a story. It’s about authentic communication. And empathy is the thing that changes people’s minds. For more information and the full programme, visit: verhalendejournalistiek.nl.

      • 9.30am
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      • verhalendejournalistiek.nl
      • Piet Heinkade 181, 1019 Amsterdam
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      • 23

      • Dag van de Dans

        Open call: Slow Walk

        Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker / Rosas, students of P.A.R.T.S., a.o.

        23 Apr 2016

        City centre of Brussels (BE)

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      • Join the dancers of Rosas and the students of P.A.R.T.S. and experience time in a whole new way. Transform the everyday movement of walking into a mindful and unique experience; walking is dancing too! On the occasion of the Dag van de Dans, Rosas is organising an ultra long flashmob; walking from the various gates of the Brussels pentagon to the Grote Markt / Grand-Place at a very slow pace. Upon arrival, you can participate in the workshop My Walking Is My Dancing led by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker herself. Fore more information, visit: mywalking.be.

      • 11am
      • Free admission
      • mywalking.be
      • City centre of Brussels, Belgium
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      • Chisenhale Gallery

        5 weeks, 25 days, 175 hours

        Maria Eichhorn

        23 Apr-29 May 2016

        Chisenhale Gallery, London (UK)

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      • Chisenhale Gallery presents, 5 weeks, 25 days, 175 hours, the first solo exhibition in the UK by Berlin-based artist, Maria Eichhorn. Eichhorn’s work operates within the logic of institutional structures, enacting changes through precise and visually minimal gestures. Following a site visit to Chisenhale in 2015, which included a discussion with Chisenhale staff exploring their working lives, Eichhorn has produced a two-part work examining contemporary labour conditions. The exhibition began with a one-day symposium addressing ideas raised by the project. Following this symposium, at Eichhorn’s request, the gallery’s staff then withdrew their labour for five weeks.

      • The gallery will be closed from Apr 24 until May 29
      • n/a
      • chisenhale.org.uk
      • 64 Chisenhale Road London E3 5QZ, United Kingdom
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      • 2526

      • SNDO

        3forMTD 2016

        students of SNDO3 and MTD2

        25 & 26 Apr 2016

        Veem House, Amsterdam

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      • In the 3forMTD-project two of de Theaterschool dance departments, led by Angela Linssen and Bojana Mladenovic, work together. The collaboration between 3rd year choreographers of the SNDO and dancers from 2nd year of the Modern Theatre Dance department, has become an annual tradition and valuable part of the curriculum. This year’s programme is presented on the stage of our recurrent partner Veem House for Performance on two consecutive evenings. With works by Juan Pablo Camara, Duan Chengbei, Sigrid Stigsdatter, Mao Nakagawa, Estefano Romani, Tea Teearu and Andrea de Zavala.

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      • €12–7
      • veem.house
      • Van Diemenstraat 410, 1013 CR Amsterdam
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      • 2830

      • BUDA

        What’s the Matter with Cooperation?

        Einat Tuchman, Heike Langsdorf, a.o.

        28, 29 & 30 Apr 2016

        Kunstencentrum BUDA, Kortijk (BE)

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      • What can we learn about our current society by looking at the increasing production of art works that are made in cooperation with their audience? And in reverse, how does the general raise of cooperative activism in the society influence the arts? Reclaiming the idea of participation, people inside and outside the arts do believe that one can take part in shaping the society. From the ‘emancipated spectator’ to the ‘empowered citizen’, Buda warmly invites you for 3 days of collaboration-based projects, conversations and co-learning situations. For more information and the full programme, visit: budakortrijk.be.

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      • see programme
      • budakortrijk.be
      • Kapucijnenstraat 10, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium
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      • 2930

      • NBprojects

        Liefdesverklaring

        Nicole Beutler, Magne van den Berg, fABULEUS

        29 & 30 Apr 2016

        Aaben Dans, Roskilde (DK)

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      • Liefdesverklaring (Declaration of Love) is a re-rendering of Peter Handke’s play Offending the Audience, which caused a sensation in 1966 when it brushed aside every rule of theatre. Liefdesverklaring turns the original text on its head to create a seductive and disorienting ode to theatre and its audience. Six young actors speak, dance and beatbox the words, all carried along by the irresistible electronic beats of DJ and composer Gary Shepherd. Is it dance? Is it drama? Or is it an out-of-control pop-concert? Whatever it is, it will be a thrilling experience.

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      • t.b.a.
      • abendans.dk
      • Rabalderstræde 10, 4000 Roskilde, Denmark
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      • 30

      • Corpus

        The Print of Sleep

        Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa

        30 Apr 2016

        KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (DE)

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      • As part of the performance programme Sunrise Sunset, Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa will present The Print of Sleep (2016). This performance was recently made for If I Can’t Dance’s Introductory Event to Edition VI – Event and Duration, and as the second part of Ramírez-Figueroa’s Corpus commission in which he is developing a cycle of new performances that attempt to exhaust his interest in the Guatemalan Civil War as the recurring subject of his work. The work will be presented at the conclusion of Sunrise Sunset, with the programme unfolding across a 12-hour rhythm within KW Institute’s various venues—including its exhibition space and adjoining house.

      • 10am–22pm
      • Exhibition ticket
      • kw-berlin.de
      • Auguststraße 69, 10117 Berlin, Germany
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