A Grey Space Weekend x Kantarion Sound
On the Saturday of A Grey Space Weekend you can experience installations and performances and a performative symposium. Musically, Kantarion Sound takes over both the ground floor and the basement.
A Grey Space Weekend is an adventurous festival spreading throughout the entirety of The Grey Space, consisting of an extensive music program with live acts and DJs, an exhibition, performances and a performative symposium.
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.
- Friday 13/05 (evening 20.00-05.00) – €9.50
- Saturday 14/05 (symposium 15.30-18.30) – €9.50
- Saturday 14/05 (evening 18.30-05.00) – €9.50
- The exhibition can be visited for free (donations welcome) between 15/05–22/05
In the evening Kantarion Sound will take over The Grey Space with live and DJ-sets on the ground floor and in the basement by C00, Dima, Geier aus Stahl, Gymnasty, Loma Doom, The Low G-Court and Sophie Du Palais.
Kantarion Sound is a project by Ivan Čuić whose practice is based on a self-built modular sound system that he continuously develops. Čuić sees the system (including acoustic panels and smaller sound devices) as a tool for settings such as exhibitions, clubs, film festivals, audiovisual performances, sonic experiments and listening sessions.
Karel van Laere presents new works and performances alongside a selection of older works in a solo exhibition.
During the day a performative symposium takes place in the context of the Reach project, with performances and talks by Guus Bokkering, Simon Bus, Ellen ter Gast, Karel van Laere, Yun Lee, Anke Smits and Raphael Vanoli.
The Grey Space invited OUTLINE to present a live interactive broadcasting performance. OUTLINE is a publishing platform and floating collective that aims to create interventions within intermediate spaces, and accelerate an exchange by connecting ideas, artefacts, individuals and localities.
A Grey Space Weekend is made possible by the City of The Hague, Stroom Den Haag, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Zuid-Holland and Kickstart Cultuurfonds.
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).