Rewire 2021 – Offline Edition – Proximity Music

Fri 10 September
→ Sun 12 September

Hosted by: iii + Rewire

After presenting an extensive online edition in May, the international festival for adventurous music Rewire returns with an intimate offline edition on 10, 11, 12 & 18 September. The four day event will be providing a taste of it’s regular festival, offering a snapshot of the full experience.


Alongside a diverse range of new names and rescheduled artists from Rewire 2020, are a few in-person performances by artists from the online edition in May.

Rewire collaborates with artist run platform iii to present Proximity Music, a tour of installations scattered across The Hague which engage with the senses and the body, with instruments and machines, with ritual and play. Featuring artists: Gorkem Arikan, Hans Beckers, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Cathy van Eck, EJTECH, Sol Ey, Laurie Spiegel & Mark Fell, Mariska de Groot, Kunrad and Pelle Schilling.

At The Grey Space you will find Time and Space Shapes for Gamelan, an interactive installation by Laurie Spiegel & Mark Fell and Singing Sparks, a sound sculpture and film by Görkem Arikan, Batuhan Keskiner and İbrahim Tokkaya.

Opening times
  • Friday, 12:00-22:00
  • Saturday, 12:00-22:00
  • Sunday, 12:00-20:00
Practical information

Unlike the concerts of Rewire 2021, visiting the Proximity Music tour doesn’t require a Rewire ticket or a digital COVID-19 certificate. Check out the map below to find more information about Proximity Music at West, Trixie, Koorenhuis and other venues.


Proximity Music is presented by iii and Rewire with financial support from Creative Industries Fund NL, The Municipality of The Hague and the Creative Europe Program of the European Union.