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Symposium: When you see me again, it won’t be me | Act 1 💭

[bodies are activated] The Grey Space is proud to introduce itself for the first time after a large-scale renovation with the first act of its ‘symposium of doubt’, in which the aim is to not only share, but to also facilitate (social) revelation by stimulating the most powerful characteristic of mankind: imagination.

You are cordially invited to this first act which explores movements as an extensive area of human experience. Philosopher Charles S. Peirce said that doubt instigates a desire to know or learn something. When the doubt is stronger than that what you believe is true, curiosity is triggered. You start to consciously use the desire to know more to redefine that what you thought was true. To end with an adjusted perception. It might change the way we look at ourselves; When you see me again, it won’t be me.

The performative event will embrace artistic installations, a conversation, a food experience and a music program. Participants:
• Lyndsey Housden (artist | tutor Interactive/Media/Design and researcher at the Design Lectorate, KABK | artist-in-residence at The Grey Space) in collaboration with Ryan Teague and Emily Besa
• David Abbink (Professor in Haptic Human-Robot Interaction at the Department of Cognitive Robotics and head of the Delft Haptics Lab, Delft University of Technology)
• Ria Higler (movement researcher, teacher and mentor at School for New Dance Development, AHK)
• Marijn de Langen (performing arts theorist and historian within diverse Dutch art educational institutions)

The project is supported by The Creative Industries Fund NL and the City of The Hague.

 

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Blind Tape Quartets | Recording Sessions | Blind Tapes, Lukatoyboy

Blind Tape Quartets is a participative and chance dedicated limited tape release project. Record your 10 minutes and be a part of a surprising quartet!

A suggested guide to Blind Tape Quartets recordings:
– A 4-track tape recorder will be ready for you and 10 minutes of your performance.
– There will be a microphone and a line input option.
– Bring your own instrument (if you don’t have one, bring whatever you can).
– You will be unaware of the people who played before, or will be playing after you.
– Imagine that you are playing in a quartet, but you can’t hear others while recording your part. Think about your dynamics as a part of a quartet.
– Silence can be a special friend this time. Not everyone should be playing/talking/singing all the time (but the risk is up to you)
– If you are an electronic musician, try limit your output to a certain instrument, not the final mix (maybe you will not be the only one electronic musician in a quartet).
– If you are a writer, a singer, or a voice artist – prepare the text which can fit in 10 minutes.

Fascinating project… a 4-track variation on the Surrealist ‘exquisite corpse’” – The Wire: Adventures In Modern Music

Contact Blind Tapes to reserve a spot or drop by!

on Sunday July 7 there will be a live duo performance by Germaine Sijstermans and Lukatoyboy in the evening between 19:00h and 21:00h.

On the final day, Tuesday July 9 at 21:00h, all the recorded cassettes will be presented and offered as a very limited edition.

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Germaine Sijstermans & Lukatoyboy

In the framework of the Blind Tape Quartets event at The Grey Space, Lukatoyboy (electronics, radios, voice, feedback)  has invited Germaine Sijstermans (clarinet, voice) to join him for a live duo performance.

Germaine Sijstermans is a clarinettist and composer. In her work influences of nature, indeterminate/silent music and butoh dance can be found. The spatial aspects in her compositions are an essential element in her work, both in the music itself as well as in the use of the performance space.

Lukatoyboy is a musician, sound artist and educator. His current practice is based on performances dealing with networks, sound and narrative, using walkie talkies and site specific topics. Focused on the relation of chances and structures, he creates participatory works with suggested rules, questioning exclusivity and the authority of an artist.

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🐍 Cultfarm | A.V, Latoya, Sam Eer, Cultfarm DJ’s: David Thomas, Luke Cohlen, Tala Drum Corps 🐍

[𝘵𝘩𝘳𝘰𝘸𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘵𝘩𝘪𝘯𝘨𝘴 𝘵𝘩𝘳𝘰𝘶𝘨𝘩 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘩𝘰𝘰𝘱 𝘨𝘪𝘷𝘦𝘴 𝘵𝘪𝘮𝘦 𝘵𝘰 𝘥𝘦𝘧𝘪𝘯𝘦 𝘺𝘰𝘶𝘳𝘴𝘦𝘭𝘧] Cultfarm touches down in The Hague for a night of good vibes with musical friends.

A.V | Latoya | Sam Eer (3345) | Cultfarm DJ’s (David Thomas, Luke Cohlen, Tala Drum Corps)

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🌫 Ademruimte | Calm spaces 🌫

[in, and slowly out] A place to breathe in rest, contemplation and silence. Calm spaces initiated a new project called Ademruimte (breathing space) developed in collaboration with artists, designers, health professionals, urbanists and architects. The aim is to design a prototype of a public space for rest, contemplation and silence; something that is missing in modern urban environments. Book a session to experience this environment, in which sensor technology, light and sound design allows you to interact with the space through breathing.

The project is supported by The Creative Industries Fund NL and was developed in collaboration with The Grey Space.

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🍅🍅Master Club | The Mighty Breaks, Steve French, Bull, Tousch 🍅🍅

[a carefully crafted night] The Mighty Breaks, the garage band known for their eclectic catalogue of songs and ‘wall of sound’ live shows, work with unruly guitars, carefully crafted melodies and the saxophone. After releasing their self-titled debut EP on Mink Records in 2017, they subsequently toured the Netherlands and Italy, and focused on writing and developing their music. Today they are releasing our debut album ‘Master Club’ and put together an eclectic night of live music and DJs featuring Steve Frenc, Bull and Tousch.

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Ethereal Music x Fata-Morgana x Clubhopping 🌞🐛

[adventurous] With Ethereal Music and stichting Fata-Morgana we want to explore different continents and universes in a mini-festival during Clubhopping The Hague 2019. Through Music, art and food we want to welcome you on a journey that will stimulate all senses.

Art program / mixed media exhibition (Ground floor) hosted by Fata-Morgana:
Aliaksandra Pirazhenka (Interior architecture, KABK) | Irene van Aarle (Fine arts, KABK) | Jean Baptist Castel (Non Linear Narrative, KABK) | Nina Markus (Illustrator, WDKA) | Stefano Zucchini (Art Science, KABK) | Yaroslav (Fine Arts, WDKA) More TBA

Music program (Basement) hosted by Ethereal Music: Alexis Le-Tan (Bahnsteig 23 / Idle Press) [FR] | Loma Doom (TNPM) b2b The social lover (BAKK/ Rubber) | E.S.S (Ethereal Music) | Derozan Cen Giz (Music for Nightshops) b2b Lin Tonic (MONO / LOKA) | Grosheid (Reefer Madness)

Food: De Vegetarische Toko | Black Mamba’s BBQ
Pop-up record shop by: Espresso Records
Music: Doktoro 
Lights and visual effects:Numtek

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Locating ArtScience #2 🌳Children of the Space (A Forest)

[leafs crunching] ‘Six ArtScience Interfaculty alumni react to the grey space in the middle of the forest to create one immersive environment. A space to rest and recharge. A space to nourish the soul. A space to let the mind wander.’ This exhibition caters to the morning spacers of TodaysArt 2019 Festival.
Start your festival with group meditations, sound healings, special coffee daily (!) at 11:00 – 12:00

Works by Sophia Bulgakova, Zoë d’Hont, Stefano Zucchini, Jesus Canuto Iglesias, Stefano Murgia, Mike Rijnierse and curated by Anastasia Loginova

Opening: 17:00 – 22:00 on 18.09.19
Open Daily: 11:00 – 23:00 on 19 – 22.09.19

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Basic Income Café 💲

[flowing funky coffee] Basic Income Café (a project by Martina Huynh in collaboration with Manon van Hoeckel) wants to find out how the definition of work and income is changing in The Netherlands today. What kind of work do we value and why? Does the salary really reflect how much we appreciate someone’s work?

Martina Huynh will talk about Basic Income Café and the research behind the project – How is the topic of basic income being discussed at the moment?

Manon van Hoeckel will share her findings of working with homeless youngsters in The Hague. What does it mean to be financially vulnerable today and how can design contribute to ease conversation between diverse groups of people?

Basic Income Café is open every Wednesday, Thursday + Friday from the 19th of September till the 19th of December

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Bands on Tour | Artsy Festy

[rowdy crowd]
Artsy Festy invades The Grey Space with a night of dirty music in the basement.

Line-up:
Bleach Pizza | Mo Bedick | Fith | Dim Garden | Flowers/Ghosts&Echoes

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V00d00 GOLD x Submarine 💣⚡️| Rendez-Vous, Lifeless Past

[surfy but rocky, dark but wavy] Underground collective Submarine Den Haag and Dj duo V00d00 Gold dive into the basement of The Grey Space for a night of nasty indie bands!

RENDEZ-VOUS | Lifeless Past | V00d00 GOLD

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What’s a Body if not a Shell 🐚🖐🏻🖖🏻

[physically fusing] For this occasion four artists; Cristiana Vignatelli Bruni, Paulien Bekker, Greta Desirèe Facchinato & Raquel Sánchez Gálvez will enter in dialogue by sharing projects intertwined by the theme of bodily’s representations and its sensory extensions. A physical fusion, exploring the perception of corporeal boundaries and the consequent manipulation of the body-flesh occurring within our contemporary society.
3rd of October: Opening 18:00-21:00 + performance ‘In-Corpore’ at 19:30
4th of October: 14:00 – 21:00
5th of October: Museumnacht Den Haag 12:00 – 13:00. Performance ‘In-Corpore’ at 21:00

On the occasions of the opening night and of Museumnacht Den Haag 2019 there will be a collective performance.

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Front Row: Donna Verheijden Trilogy 👀 Private Viewing + Artist Talk

[notification sounds] We Are Public’s Front Row presents a private viewing of the latest three videoworks of filmmaker and Sandberg graduate Donna Verheijden – paired with a talk with the artist herself. In her work, Donna Verheijden displays her understanding of mass and social media – centralizing on its seductions and underlying power structures. Handsome people, luxury and commercial-like lifestyles. A glossy decoy to something far more complex and dark – touching upon themes of hedonism, privacy and fixation. Donna makes us ask; sugar-sweet or rather sour-patched?

Programme:
All the World’s a Stage – Ways of Seeing
Land of Desire – Happy is the New Black
Kiss the Sky – Eye Trick the I

Artist Talk by Donna Verheijden at 19:00.

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Laser Club #6 x left gallery 🚨 | Oli XL, Malibu, Zoë McPherson, Harm van den Dorpel, DJ Melissa, Torus

[loud bass] The Grey Space is thrilled to host LASER CLUB for a third edition in our basement. Exploring new forms of clubbing, this edition is framed in the exhibition left gallery: rite of access at Stroom Den Haag.
An exciting international line-up will have your body moving til the early hours:
Oli XL | Malibu | Zoë McPherson | Harm van den Dorpel | DJ Melissa | Torus

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Museumnacht Den Haag | Front Row: Donna Verheijden | What’s a Body if not a Shell | Laser Club💎

For the Museumnacht Den Haag the doors of The Grey Space are open from 20:00 and we’ll cater to your every cultural need until early morning.

[taken on a trip] Gems, fancy parties and hot people, we are being overwhelmed with sublime images. What are we actually sharing with our apps, texts, likes and shares? We Are Public’s Front Row takes you on a colourful trip with a video trilogy by (video)artist Donna Verheijden. Whether it’s John Berger or Jean-Luc Godard, Alice in Wonderland or Katy Perry, in Donna’s work everything is shiny, dazzling and attractive. Life as a music video or commercial, is that you really want? Are you being seduced or misled?

[physically fusing] Also on show is the exhibition What’s a Body if not a Shell. Four artists – Cristiana Vignatelli Bruni, Paulien Bekker, Greta Desirèe Facchinato & Raquel Sánchez Gálvez – will enter in dialogue by sharing projects intertwined by the theme of bodily’s representations and its sensory extensions. A physical fusion, exploring the perception of corporeal boundaries and the consequent manipulation of the body-flesh occurring within our contemporary society.
Performance ‘In-Corpore’ at 21:00
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[music pumping] The Grey Space is thrilled to host LASER CLUB for a third edition in our basement. Exploring new forms of clubbing, this edition is framed in the exhibition left gallery: rite of access at Stroom Den Haag.
An exciting international line-up will have your body moving til the early hours.
22:00 — 05:00
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Releasing Off Center 005

Phrases and vocal snippets repeat their way through ‘used to be‘ like familiar mantras. Aaliyah, SWV and Whitney Houston sing their melancholic love songs over and over again on ghostly remains of once shiny and lush instrumentals. Blurred memories of late night phone calls, intimate moments, glances and conversations, are scattered over the pieces on Val Clipp’s second album on Off Center. 27 minutes of material on cassette and digital, first sold at the event.

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Cultfarm | DJ Python, Fatima Ferrari, James King

[boom] Utrecht based initiative Cultfarm returns to The Hague with a very special guest from across the pond: DJ Python
Expect deep sounds more meditative than your average club night. Joining in are Fatima Ferrari and James King.

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Bontebal in een kissie

Launch of “het kissie van Bontebal”,  a collector’s item commemorating Adriaan Bontebal (1952 — 2011), the pseudonym of one of The Hague’s most unique poets Aad van Rijn. Special event with videos, soundbites and local poets reciting from and about Bontebal’s work closed off with a fashion show.

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Radio Tonka 25 Years 📻

[tuning] Alternative radio station Radio Tonka are celebrating 25 years of independent music and radio love in The Hague. With a wide array of musicians and artists a 9 day program kicks off on 17 October and is closed with an afterparty in our basement.
Line-up for the afterparty on 25 October:
Git Got (live) | The Bad Skins (live) | Zoe Reddy (live) | OZMA (live) | Wetboys (live) | Sylvia | Hellboii (live) | Nina de Raadt | Joop Ankerman | De Kikker en De reiger | All Night Long | Spook Sound System b2b Sounds from the Web | Gallus (live) | Foresense (live)

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Submarine Festival 2019

[bass pumping] Returning to our basement for a day filled with returning giants and new talent to discover. Submarine also focusses on local talent to showcase what’s going on in The Hague. This day-long program will leave your musical munchies satisfied. First confirmed acts: BEA1991, The Germans and The Sweet Release of Death.

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