The Autumn Rambles in the Beatrixpark

All Hallows, All Saints, All Souls

Entrance free
Thursday 31 October (Halloween) and Friday 1 November 18:00 Start of the program

Saturday 2 November 17:00 Roundtable with artists,  18:00 Guided tour by the artists, 19:00 Start of the program
Meeting point: park kiosk/kids pool in the Beatrixpark

On Halloween night, in the Beatrixpark, there will be performances and installations on a rambling path snaking through the dark… An auspicious weekend known for Halloween when the spirits of the dead emerge from out of memory in the dark of night through a medium of uncanny and cosmic light.

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October Rambles III

That Uncertain Fork in the Path

Saturday October 26 2019, 20:00

Multimedia Interdisciplinary Performance by: The Approximate Consort, The Supernumeraries & the Cinetractor Project, Surface to Volume & Schoolalmamahler, The Shadow Seminary School

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October Rambles II

Little Peripatetic Buildings

Saturday October 19 2019, 20:00

Multimedia Interdisciplinary Performance by: The IrkSumSet, The Schoolalmamahler

During October Rambles II: Little Peripatetic Building The Warp pays special tribute to the Bauhaus School, which was established in 1919, a century ago. Bauhaus has had an incalculable impact on modern art, design and architecture. This of course rings true for the architecture of the Kunstkapel, where the performance will take place. It is a 360 degree curved minimalistic white space, that demands a response, which can be seen as a typical Bauhaus tendency. The pursuit of many ideas at once (rambles) will be continued during the second evening of October Rambles, and Bauhaus will be taken as an inspiration to replicate the spirals within spirals in the curved space of the Kunstkapel.

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October Rambles I

footage of Lampyridae by Matteo Marangoni and Dieter Vandoren shot during a residency at De Fabriek in Eindhoven

One Way or Many?

Saturday September 28 2019, 20:00

Multimedia Interdisciplinary Performance by: Valekriy, Thomas Mohr, Matteo Marangoni & Dieter Vandoren

Rambles are generally thought of as winding circuitous paths that may draw one through a complex and even daunting terrain. And so The Warp’s three audiovisual spatial performances this autumn will make twists and turns. October Rambles wants to establish a labyrinth that alters our experience of the 360 degree round Kunstkapel space. The notions of continuous detour, digression, and reorientation are inherent in the idea of rambles. With this theme The Warp invites you to explore aimlessly with open ended expectations.

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April Follies I

A Single Minded Spin

Saturday April 6 2019, 20:00

With Bjork Nielsdottir, Stefania Petroula, Iza Pacewicz-Wysocka, Ksenia Perek, Miri Lee, Christian Smith, Alan Purves, Dirk Bruinsma and Robert Van Hulzen

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April Follies II

Inner Depths or Outer Reaches?

Sunday April 28 2019, 21:00

With The IrkSumSet: Alan Purves, Laura Polence & Izabela Pacewicz-Wysocka; Dmitri Gelfand & Evelina Domnitch; Dieter Vandoren

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April Follies III

Whom the Gods Destroy…

Saturday May 18 2019, 20:30

With Jordan Dykstra, Maria Mavridou, Bjork Nielsdottir & Laura Polence, The Afterwords Searchparty; Han Buhrs, Henk Botwinik, Alan Purves, Dirk Bruinsma, Jimmy Serensky and Jan Nijdam; Michael Williams, Ferdinand Doumic, Maria Mavridou, Izabela Pacewitz-Wysocka, Manuela Lucia Tessi, Ksenia Perek, Simone Goslinga, Tamira van Wijngaarden, Viola Scholten, Davide Dispenza, Robbert van Hulzen and Mark Bain

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Candlemas Correlatives: Festival of Light

Saturday, February 2, 2019

With performances and installations by Philip Vermeulen, Robbert van der Horst, Dirk Bruinsma, Paul Glazier, Vladimir Grafov, Mark Bain, Lucy Brownhill, Ferdinand Doumic, Judith Bruynzeels, Izabela Pacewicz-Wysocka, Branca Zgonjanin, Maria Mavridou, Stefania Petroula and Lee Ellickson.

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Symbiotic Solaris Stations

Photo by Mattis Cuypers

Saturday, January 12, 2019, 20:00

With Daniela de Paulis, German Popov, Justin Bennett, Roelf Toxopeus (BMBcon) and Robert Oostenveld.

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