A Three Fold [rethinking structures]

Sat 28 August
17:00-00:00
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A Three Fold is a bi-monthly program in three parts: a culinary experience, a micro exhibition and a music and performance program. The audience moves through different spaces during the course of the multisensory event.

This event is sold out, but here’s some good news.
Zeno van den Broek and Robin Koek’s Raumklang can be experienced without a ticket between 13:00 and 18:00.

This hybrid August edition is composed of an extensive program with works and performances by Leanne Wijnsma, Zeno van den Broek + Robin Koek, Sebastien Robert + Mark IJzerman and Maika Garnica + Senne Claes.
Program
Sensing CO2 is a project by Leanne Wijnsma in collaboration with In4Art and Jens Gröger. Due to the exponentially increasing fact of being connected and use of streaming, video calling, social media, blockchain and email our digital footprint is growing drastically. However, a tangible relationship with our digital behaviour is often missing. In the performative installation the ecological footprint of our digital behaviour is made tangible by converting the CO2 emissions from your personal footprint into soft drinks, creating a sensory taste experience.

Raumklang is an installation by Zeno van den Broek and Robin Koek co-produced by V2_ Lab for the Unstable Media, that creates a location-specific sound architecture. The installation invites visitors to experience invisible 4-dimensional objects in space which they can only perceive through hearing. Zeno and Robin will work on the project during a week-long mini residency at The Grey Space, before presenting a try-out version of the installation as part of A Three Fold.

Sébastien Robert and Mark IJzerman present As Above, So Below at The Grey Space in collaboration with TodaysArt and SHAPE. Its a live audiovisual performance in which the changing landscape of the La Araucanía region in Chile – where the logging industry is causing a disruption of the ecosystem – is explored. The performance probes into the dualism of man’s relationship with nature via sonic research and investigative visuals created from satellite, microscopic and drone imagery.

Maika Garnica will perform together with Senne Claes (both members of Sui Moon) to present Cirrus. Maika Garnica is a sculptor and musician who explores the relationship between the environment, spectator and artist. She often applies prototypes to comprehend the complex relation between form and matter while instigating the position of the body as a vehicle for social connection.

Timetable

17:00-21:30 Zeno van den Broek + Robin Koek – Raumklang (ongoing installation)
17:00-21:00 Leanne Wijnsma – Sensing CO2 (ongoing installation)
21:00-21:30 Maika Garnica + Senne Claes – Cirrus
21:30-22:00 Sebastien Robert + Mark IJzerman – As Above, So Below
22:00-00:00 DJ (to be confirmed)

Tickets

Tickets are €10,00. Unfortunately we currently have a limited capacity due to the COVID-19 measures. Please make sure to arrive in time as we can’t guarantee access after the start of the event.

This hybrid event will take place physically at The Grey Space. If you can’t attend, tune into the livestream via Mixcloud.

Dinner

Join us for dinner on Saturday. Curious what’s on the menu? Read it here.

  • Dinner is served on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
  • Between 18:30 and 21:00 dinner is served, cafe and terrace are open between 16:00-22:00.
  • Payment at the bar (pin only).
  • Students get 20% discount on the drink menu.
  • Reservations: via reservations@thegreyspace.net. Please mention your name, the amount of guests, the date and which dish you would like.
Credits

A Three Fold is made possible by the City of The Hague and Kickstart Cultuurfonds.

Sensing CO2 is developed by Leanne Wijnsma and In4Art in collaboration with Jens Gröger and The Grey Space in the Middle and is supported by SIDN Fund and the Creative Industries Fund NL.

As Above, So Below by Sébastien Robert and Mark IJzerman is presented in collaboration with with TodaysArt and SHAPE (supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union), co-produced by LIMA and supported by Amsterdam Fund for the Arts, Valley of the Possible and Crossing Parallels (a program by Delft University of Technology and TodaysArt).

Raumklang is co-produced by V2_ Lab for the Unstable Media and supported by STEIM and the Creative Industries Fund NL.

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