The 11th edition of TodaysArt.NL transformed the Pier of Scheveningen into a unique festival venue above the waves.
The 11th edition of TodaysArt took place in two venues: the Scheveningse Pier, its surroundings, The Grand Amrâth Kurhaus and the E.ON Electriciteitsfabriek. During the weekend of 24-27th September 2015, The Pier was changed into an adventurous festival venue where many visual, performing arts and emerging cultures has been presented in forms of works, installations, performances and presentations.
Festival: September 24th – 27th, 2015
Symposium: September 25th + 26th, 2015
Grand Hotel Amrâth Kurhaus
The full program
Electric Indigo + Thomas Wagensommerer - Morpheme | Gordon Monohan - Speaker Swinging | Lisa Park - EUNIOA II | Lorenzo Senni - AAT | Loscil | Mike Rijnierse + Floris van Bergeijk + Thomas Koopmans + Arjan van Drunen + Ludmila Rodrigues - 5,4,3,2,1… lift-off |
Acronym | Auntie Flo | Cassegrain + Tin Man | DJ Nigga Fox | Ellen Allien | Group A | I-F | Ketev | Lotic | Low Jack | Prefuse 73 | Regis | Rrose | Runme Raw | Sebastien Robert | Session Victim | Suicideyear | Yobkiss | Young Marco | Zamilska | Zebra Katz + Torus | TodaysArt x 22tracks: Venz + Mr Mendel + Azer
Abner Preis - Hacking The Pier | Ali Demirel + Biosphere - The Pier | Berndnaut Smilde - CONCEPT: Breaking Light #2 | Children of the Light - Reflector Suits | Daan Brinkman + René Bakker + Daniel Berio - Chalky | Dmitry Gelfand + Evelina Domnitch - Implosion Chamber + Photonic Wind | Florian + Michael Quistrebert - Untitled (tartans) | Germaine Kruip - Black Circle at Sea | HeHe - Radiant Beach | Helmut Smits - Waterfall | Lisa Park - EUNOIA II | Lotte Geeven - Walter | Maurice Mikkers - Imaginarium of Tears | Mike Rijnierse - Klok | Natalie Jeremijenko - Pier-2-Pier | Onno Poiesz - Fata Morgana | Plastique Fantastique - LIVEBOAT | Tiago de Sousa + Grant Cieciura - Zero Movement | Vladimir Grafov - WAVEFRONT Zero | Zeger Reyers - Springûh…! | Zoro Feigl - Kite Flock |
Beyond the White Cube: Antoon Melissen + Margriet Schavemaker + Caroline de Westenholz + Dirk Pörschmann + Gwyneth Wentink + Petra Heck + Berndnaut Smilde + Dmitry Gelfand + Evelina Domnitch + Lisa Park + Lotte Geeven + Natalie Jeremijenko + Zoro Feigl | Sensory Experience and Enhanced Realities: Leslie García + Paloma López (Interspecifics) + Lisa Park + Plastique Fantastique + Blatan Laboratories + Holst Centre (Hack The Body) + Marco Altini | Sound, Heterogenous Art and Performance in Europe (SHAPE): Jonathan Reus, John Connell (4DSOUND) + Leslie García + Paloma López (Interspecifics) + Marco Donnarumma | Thinking with the Sea: Natalie Jeremijenko (xCLINIC) + Patrick Healy + David A. Garcia (MAP Architects) + Eric Geboers + Spela Petric | Space Science in the Arts: Evelina Domnitch + Dmitry Gelfand + Dr. Bernard Foing + Ewen Chardronnet + Oscar Kamps + Houssem Laroussi + Daniel Schultz + Annalisa Galeone + Balazs Fejes + Jolanda Preusterink + Katarina Petrovic + Alexander Winther + Ronald Schelfhout | Failed Architecture |
4DSOUND:Circadian Kazuya Nagaya - Sonic Immersions | 4DSOUND:Circadian Lisa Park - NUE | 4DSOUND:Circadian Marco Donnarumma - 0-Infinity | 4DSOUND:Circadian Michelle Lewis King - Pulse Project | 4DSOUND:Circadian Noqturnl (John Connell + Florance To) | 4DSOUND:Circadian Robert Jan Liethoff - Space Body Intelligence | 4DSOUND: Techno is Space (Cassegrain + Oscar Moluro) |
1646 - Conversation Piece with Jan Hoek | 1646 - Highway: Momu & No Es | Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam / Stroom Den Haag - Top Secret Cinema | Bungy Jump Scheveningen | F.A.S.T. - D I Y Dreams Free Festival | F.A.S.T. - This Is It! Festival | Flags of Peace | Fluister - Distance, Light & Sky + JARA | Haagse Makers Festival | iii - No Patent Pending #12 | Internatinoal Kite Festival Scheveningen | Jamers Turrel - Celestial Vault | Nest - Hollandse Meesters : Zoro Feigl | Nest - Sarah & Charles- Moving a Brick through Water | PIP i O X Y G E N B A R 2 | Radio Tonka - kipcornah; TodaysArt Special w / yobkiss | Red Light Radio - TodaysArt Special | Satellietgroep - Public Expedition Zandmotor #5 | Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam - Zero: Let Us Explore The Stars | Studio Loos - Hacking Electronix Music Toys Workshop - Tasos Stamou | Whoosah - Summer Closing Agoria | Wonderwerp #64 - Microseq + Chrs Galarreta | WTHX#2 |
TodaysArt 2017 Program Guide
The Pier an Architectural and technical highlight from 1959, is not just an icon for the Netherlands; it is also wellknow outside the Dutch borders. Millions of people have memories of The Pier. Exactly 50 years ago, The Pier was the location of ‘ZERO on Sea’, a large-scale manifestation of the radical art movement ZERO. Due to financial difficulties, The Pier was closed down several years ago. In October 2014, The Pier was bought by KondorWessels Vastgoed (VolkerWessels) and DanZep. One of their aims is to transform it into a creative and innovative location. This year, TodaysArt will sound in a new era of The Pier and marks the opening event of its cultural program.
Inspired by this iconic building on the sea, ‘ZERO on Sea’ and current developments in arts and society, TodaysArt will transform The Pier into a unique festival venue above the waves. For one weekend, The Pier, the sea, the air and the beachw ill be the canvas for a group of artists. Many of the works were specifically created for the festival and location.
Each year, TodaysArt is supported by many different partners.
The Pier | ICAS | SHAPE | Gemeente Den Haag | Creative Europe | Creative Industries | Mondriaan Fund | Fonds 21 | Stichting DOEN | Performing Arts Fund | Stroom Den Haag| Prins Bernard Cultuur Fonds |Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam | ZERO Foundation | 4DSOUND| Satelliet Groep | TAAK | Collective Works | Buurmen | Christian van der Kooy Photography | TADAEX | WTHX | ReFunc | Electriciteitsfabriek | PIP | iii | Stedelijk Museum Schiedam | ESA-ESTEC | Failed Architecture | Baltan Laboratories | ArtScience Interfacilty | Female Pressure | Resident Advisor | Gonzo (Circus) | Subbacultcha | BK Informatie | 22tracks | visions.tv | KABK | WIRE | Resonance104.4.fm | Digicult | We Make Money Not Art |show more