2, 3, 4 and 5 March
During the 5 Days Off festival a number of live sessions and workshops are taking place at the NIMk.
On 2 March, at 6:00 p.m., there will be a free guided tour of the exhibition, followed by the departure of Benjamin Newland's Nomadic Sound System for Leidseplein, to the other festival locations.
On 3 March, beginning at 5:30 p.m., you can hear more about the development of two new on-line and mobile works produced for the festival: flitser.org by Roel Wouters and Jonathan Puckey, and What would you whisper in a stranger’s ear? by We Are Forests (Emilie Grenier and Duncan Speakman). Duncan Speakman & Emilie Grenier are currently artists in residence @NIMk throughout March 2011. They are developing We Are Forests, a new mobile soundwork that explores intimacy in public spaces.
On 4 March, starting at 5:30 p.m., the promotors of |Cine|Sonic| tell more about the concept and the performances that take place during 5 Days Off. On the festival nights of 5 Days Off |Cine|Sonic| present legendary or almost forgotten avant-garde classics from the archive of the Eye Film Institute, with new versions of the original soundtracks performed live by trail-blazing Dutch musicians.
Low-fi sound-making machines
Workshop by We are Forests
Friday March 4th 2011 : 2PM-5PM : @NIMk
Come and join us for an afternoon of experiments in communication. Through play and bricolage with cardboard, strings and voice, we will invent new devices that modify our social relationships in public spaces. Feel free to brings objects to take apart. To reserve a place or ask questions: email@example.com
Phones, streets and interventions
Workshop by We Are Forests
Saturday March 5th 2011 : 2PM-5PM : @NIMk
Take it to the streets! Join us for an afternoon of playful interventions that use the world as a storyboard. We will be using mobile phones to create experiences and journeys that explore intimacy through technology in the streets of Amsterdam. You'll need to bring your own mobile phone, so please ensure that you have enough call time to play along. To reserve a place or ask questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Duncan Speakman & Emilie Grenier are the current Artist in Residence at NIMk