Thomas van Ouwerkerk en Sacha Muller voor Zaal 4 op de Parade


Thomas van Ouwerkerk en Sacha Muller waren te gast in de DCR Gueststudios om de voorstellingen 'De Trein naar Pavlovsk (en Oostvoorne)' en 'PARAIRIE' voor te bereiden voor Theater aan het Spui - Zaal 4 op de Parade.

Theater aan het Spui staat deze zomer op de Parade.  Het onlangs volledig gerenoveerde mobiele theater (ZAAL 4) zal meereizen naar Den Haag en Amsterdam met drie nieuwe voorstellingen: een voor kinderen (Parairie) en twee voor volwassenen (Marktplaatsmuziek en De Trein naar Pavlovsk). Daarnaast treden onder de noemer Showponies bijzondere gasten op in ZAAL 4, waaronder Marius en Jasper Gottlieb (voorheen Spanga’s), Rudy Bennett (zanger van de Motions) en anderen. Ook is Theater aan het Spui coproducent van N.I.K., de nieuwe voorstelling van Nik van den Berg, die elders op de Parade te zien zal zijn.

De Trein naar Pavlovsk (en Oostvoorne) - premiere zaterdag 05 juli, 19.30u

Theater aan het Spui met Thomas, Sacha en Jos
Parade Den Haag 04 t/m 09 juli, Parade Amsterdam 08 t/m 17 augustus 2014

De Trein naar Pavlovsk (en Oostvoorne) is een beeldende voorstelling over de bijzondere ontmoetingen tussen een grootvader en zijn kleinzoon, over verhalen vertellen en over het oude Rusland. Door Toon Tellegen heel precies opgeschreven en door Thomas, Sacha en Jos, ruim honderd jaar na hun ontstaansgeschiedenis, opnieuw verteld. 

Tekst: Toon Tellegen

Spel: Thomas van Ouwerkerk, Sacha Muller en Jos Nargy

PARAIRIE - premiere woensdag 09 juli, 16.15u

Theater aan het Spui met Thomas, Sacha en Jos
Kinderparade: R’dam 21 & 29 juni (try-out), Den Haag 09 & 10 juli (premiere 09 juli), A’dam 10 & 11 en 15, 16 en 23 aug

Thomas, Sacha en Jos zijn terug! Ze maken samen met het publiek een cadeau voor de directeur van de Parade, namelijk een wildwildwest film. En zoals een surpriseparty betaamt, hoe meer zielen hoe meer vreugd en….. Mondje dicht!

Spel: Thomas van Ouwerkerk, Sacha Muller en Jos Nargy

Leslie García and Paloma López (Mexico) for TodaysArt

New guests arrive on July 20th: Leslie García and Paloma López for TodaysArt!
Interspecifcs is focused on the relationship between waveforms, living matter and the way in which sound frequencies affect and create physical forms. The project seeks for a pattern-based understanding of our context in order to illustrate the underlying order in the physical universe and human consciousness that appears to be intimately related to sound.

Three-city residency
We are more than pleased to welcome Leslie García and Paloma López to The Hague for their ECAS residency at TodaysArt. After being hosted by Cimatics in Brussels, the Mexican duo landed in The Hague for the next two weeks before taking off to Tromsø where they will be hosted by Insomnia Festival. During the three-city residency, they will be working on their 'Interspecifics' project. 'Interspecifics' focuses on the relationship between waveforms, living matters and the way in which electromagnetic phenomena can be used to create a sonification (frequency) and visualization (cymatics).

The process of this research can be followed at

Leslie García
Works generating electronic art and digital media projects. Her work explores the fusion process between art and technology, using techniques such as the production of virtual tools, development of electronic prototypes, audio production, net art pieces design and visual generative codes. She co-founded DreamAddictive electronic media collective, Tijuana Mexico 2003- 2010.
She has exhibited her work, individual and group shows, in various festivals, collaborating with: Media Lab Prado, Museo de Arte Reina Sofía, Eyebeam, O1SJ, Museum of Latin American Arts, Piksel Festival, Centro Cultural de España, Public Art Lab Berlin, NOMAD Center for Media Research, Museum of Contemporary Art in Szczecin, Transitio_MX, LabSurLab2, Hiperorganicos, Mutek_MX and others.
FONCA fellowship young creators program, multimedia category, 2009 and 2011. CENTRO MULTIMEDIA Fellowship in 2010. Forms part of the Astrovandalistas Collective ( Mexico city). Is a collaborator of the NANO
(Nucelo Laboratorial Nano de la Escola de Belas Artes – URFJ, Rio de Janeiro).

Paloma López
Paloma Lopez is a concert and academic conference producer. Holds a Master of Creative and CulturalEntrepreneurship from Goldsmith’s University of London with a line research on Critical Studies and Cultural Theory. Part of the Radioglobal collective, an online radio station based in Tijuana since 2008. She is currently the research director at the online platform for contemporary culture Estándar studying new models of intentional creative communities. She was recently part of the production team of Mutek_Lab, a symposium on creativity and innovation organized by Mutek Festival in association with ICAS network (International Cities for Advanced Sound & Related Arts) at Mexico City.

Filmmaker Pavel Braila from Chisinau Moldova

Special guest at DCR Gueststudios is artist/filmmaker Pavel Braila from Chisinau, Moldova. He visits The Hague on invitation of Satellietgroep, Framer Framed and European Alternatives to present his film SHOES FOR EUROPE at the premiere of LAND LOCKED by Maarten de Kroon.

Time: 19:30 entrance open + 20:00 start program.
Location: Framer Framed at Tolhuistuin, Buiksloterweg 5C Amsterdam.
Moderator: Chris Keulemans.
Program: Premiere of the film LAND LOCKED by Maarten de Kroon (The Hague, NL). LAND LOCKED is made in Moldova during the residency exhange program 'Now Wakes the Sea' (hosted by Satellietgroep, MediArt Dialog, Art Ploshadka & Teatru Spalatorie) in Moldova. De Kroon researched the relationship between Moldova and the Black Sea. The premiere is followed by SHOES FOR EUROPE, a film by Pavel Braila (Chisinau, Moldova) about the differences in cultural and economic identity in Eastern and Western Europe. Filmmakers Maarten de Kroon and artist Pavel Braila will be present to give an introduction to their work.
Organisation: Satellietgroep, European Alternatives and Framer Framed explore together the fringes of Europe by making a program that discovers the borders of Europe from an arts and culture perspective. The program evolves around the makers and their artistic practice while presenting their work. This first edition is an evening dedicated to Moldova. Borders between countries are changing. The current turmoil in Ukraine shows how relative borders and states can be.
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