Category Archives: Collaborations

Someplace else

Someplace Else is a durational walk for two performers in two very different places. Adrian Wood and Frans Van Lent take a walk in their respective cities – Chicago, IL and Rotterdam, the Netherlands – taking turns calling one another to report their surroundings. While one reports what they/he sees, hears and smells from standing still in their location, the other walks and listens. They trade off, creating a rhythm of phone calls that punctuate the durational 90 minute sound walk performance.
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Equinox – same but different

Het Hof, Dordrecht (NL)
September 24 2023
13:00 – 14:00

Equinox September 2023, photo © Nico Parlevliet

Equinox – same but different  takes place at the Hof in Dordrecht, Netherlands.
Everyone is welcome to participate with openness and in solidarity, embracing and embodying diversity while acknowledging each other’s individual circumstances, difficulties and conflicts.
There will be no programme of consecutive performances but everything takes place simultaneously, collaborations can arise spontaneously. Continue reading

Equinox – same but different

Het Hof, Dordrecht (NL)
March 26 2023
13:00 – 14:00

Equinox – same but different is an international event for public action for freedom for all people. Every year on the Equinox (around 20 March and 21 September), the duration of day and night is roughly equal around the world. In the spirit of cosmic equality, the event is a global connection for people performing together in public space.
This sharing of time and space brings us closer together, as a temporary (global) community to encourage, through performance art, non-violent expressions for locally specific conditions. Continue reading

La Biennale de Momon Symposium
Auditorium Dordrechts Museum
September 19 2021

photos © Nico Parlevliet

To conclude the La Biennale de Momon project,
a symposium took place at September 19 2021,
in the auditorium of the Dordrecht Museum, Dordrecht (NL)
All participating artists  presented their works and approached to the project
and a collective performance ‘Visual Works by Verbal Means’.

Added to the symposium programme was a lecture of Ruud Akse,
founder and artistic director of NP3 and core lecturer at Frank Mohr Institute,
about the meaning of the project theme within his professional environment.

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