[postponed] A Grey Space Weekend – Sunday

Sun 21 November
12.00-21.00
€5.00

On the Sunday of the festival you can experience film screenings curated by WYSIWYG, an exhibition of works by Karel van Laere, experience a sonic lunch and visit and a pop up shop. Program to be announced.

A Grey Space Weekend

A Grey Space Weekend is an adventurous festival consisting of an extensive music program with live acts and DJs, an exhibition, performances, a performative symposium, experience dinners and film screenings.

Driven by the belief that major tendencies in the world find common ground in the relationships between people, this edition of A Grey Space Weekend will focus on the concept of radical relationism. In the program we aim to stimulate encounters between the public, makers and thinkers with backgrounds in different disciplines.

Below you can find the different programs weaving together A Grey Space Weekend.

Program Sunday

On Sunday we wind down with screenings in the basement curated by WYSIWYG. With a background in graphic design and Film, cinema-collective WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) aims to stimulate an alternative ‘cinema-culture’ by re-examining the way that we look at films today. Often in collaboration with artists, filmmakers, writer and designers, to create stimulating screening experiences that question what we lack in film.

You can experience the exhibition Reach by Karel van Laere and the Hyper Resonant Garden installation by Yota Morimoto and Jonathan Looman.

Today is the last opportunity to experience Klankborden, a sonic lunch by Fedde ten Berge and Ildikó Horváth with guest chef Asli Hatipoglu.

Espresso Records and Atelier Kos host a pop-up store for records and clothing and invite DJs (line-up to be announced).

Timetable Sunday
  • 12.00-21.00 Exhibition
  • 12.00-21.00 Pop-Up Store + DJs
  • 12:30-13:30 Klankborden – Sonic Lunch
  • 14:00-15:00 Klankborden – Sonic Lunch
  • 15.00-21.00 WYSIWYG x Adam Centko (installation and screening of a film by Basse Stittgen and Juan Arturo García)
WYSIWYG

Cinema platform WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) descends to the basement to host a film programme that juxtaposes the cozy and artificial sides of food consumption. In the harsh, concrete space of the basement, WYSIWYG collaborates with artist Adam Centko to create a lush and picture perfect piece of nature to settle down in. In between a continuous film programme, one screening every hour, Basse Stittgen & Juan Arturo García’s Blood-related (9 min, 2020, commissioned by Het Nieuwe Instituut) will be shown, offering a clinical view on how the livestock farming industry hides the enormous amounts of blood resulting from slaughtering cows. Following this invisible trail of blood, the film investigates the architecture and tools that determine the value of material once considered the substance of life.

Reach: Exhibition

During A Grey Space Weekend Karel van Laere presents new works and performances alongside a selection of older works in a solo exhibition.

Klankborden

Upstairs you can experience Klankborden, a sonic lunch or dinner by Fedde ten Berge and Ildikó Horváth with guest chef Asli Hatipoglu.

Hyper Resonant Garden

Hyper Resonant Garden is an installation featured in the garden of The Grey Space. Jonathan Looman and Yota Morimoto created a space for beauty and sensory engagement where sight meets sound and sound meets nature. Jonathan Looman is a multifaceted designer and urban gardener running the project HyperGarden. Yota Morimoto is a composer, sound artist and researcher.

Tickets
  • Friday (festival): €9.50
  • Saturday (festival): €9.50
  • Saturday (symposium): €9.50
  • Sunday (film screenings): €5.00
  • On Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday the exhibition can be visited for free. On Friday and Saturday the exhibition is part of the ticketed festival program.
  • Find more information about dinner options and prices below.
Partners

A Grey Space Weekend is made possible by the City of The Hague, Stroom Den Haag, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Zuid-Holland and Kickstart Cultuurfonds.

The festival is curated by The Grey Space in collaboration with Karel van Laere, Onderwereld, Kantarion Sound and WYSIWYG.

Reach is a project by Karel van Laere developed in a co-production by The Grey Space in the Middle and Stichting Largo and is made possible by the City of The Hague, Stroom Den Haag, Mondriaan Fonds, Amarte Fonds, the In Art We Trust Fund (by We Are Public) and Laparoscopyboxx (a brand of Outside the Boxx).