Ogen/blik #2 @ Het Nutshuis / Hoogtij #39

Friday November 28th
19.00 – 23.00
Het Nutshuis
Riviervismarkt 5, The Hague
Free entry

An ongoing program of abstract films, performances, installations and electronic sound compositions scattered throughout the historic Nutshuis building.

Ogen/blik [Ogen[eye] + blik[blink]] #2 is the followup to the highly successful Ogen/blik audio-visual event. Once again a small group of young artists from Japan, Ecuador, Israel and the USA convene to produce an eclectic evening criss-crossing sound art, moving image and performance experimentation.

Curated by Jonathan Reus, Momoko Noguchi, Darien Brito, and Maya Felixbrodt.

Specially for Hoogtij at Het Nutshuis, the main hall will be used as a large public cinema and performance space featuring films by artists who create stunning abstract cinema through non-standard processes – exploring the materiality of analog, digital and generative approaches to film.

You can also treat your ears to a selection of electronic sound compositions in the bank vault, bringing together a group of young composers from Turkey, Israel and Belgium.

The evening will close with a program of new performances by Darien Brito, Maya Felixbrodt, Momoko Noguchi, Jonathan Reus and Takuto Fukada, followed by a special screening of Martijn van Boven and Tom Tlalim’s abstract data-driven narrative Field Notes from a Mine.

Don’t miss it!

Darien Brito (EC) • Momoko Noguchi (JP) •
Jonathan Reus (US) • Maya Felixbrodt (IS) •
Takuto Fukada (JP)

Martijn van Boven (NL) & Tom Tlalim (NL/IL) •
Rosa Menkman (NL) • Klara Ravat (ES) •
Phillip Stearns (US) • Nikos Kokolakis (GR) •

Jet Smits (NL) • Naja Ankarfeldt (DK) •
Yael Levy (IL) • Kristijonas Dirsė (LT)

Sair Sinan Kestelli (TR) • Tuna Pase (TR) •
Emre Malikler (TR) • Damla Pehlevan (TR) •
Aurélie Lierman (BR) • Dganiא Elyakim (IL) •
Assaf Gidron (IL)