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A warm welcome to 𝔣𝔢𝔯𝔪𝔢𝔫𝔱/𝔰𝔞𝔩𝔱/𝔟𝔯𝔢𝔴, a series of workshops run by Maria Paris and Megan Hadfield. Together we will use o...
30/07/2022

A warm welcome to 𝔣𝔢𝔯𝔪𝔢𝔫𝔱/𝔰𝔞𝔩𝔱/𝔟𝔯𝔢𝔴, a series of workshops run by Maria Paris and Megan Hadfield. Together we will use organic processes to inform poetry writing as a collective practice by looking at the transformative methods of food preservation. For this session we will use fermentation as a metaphor to produce a piece of experimental writing.

Learning from food preservation as a slow, time-based process, we look for a slow approach to writing, centered around the principles of entanglement rather than production.

We ask for a symbolic contribution for snacks.

To join email us at: [email protected] [email protected]

Saturday 6th august

15.30h

4bid gallery

Overtoom 301

Study-Time AiR Anaclara Talento Acosta shares her work!Some of you may have met Anaclara in our building. She is spendin...
29/07/2022

Study-Time AiR Anaclara Talento Acosta shares her work!

Some of you may have met Anaclara in our building.
She is spending a few hours daily at 4bid - for the duration of two weeks - developing her current project "Love in another language" within the framework of our Study-Time program.

In occasion of this, she would like to share her practice and research.

It would be wonderful to have some participants this week Sunday or next week Monday or Tuesday,
but if you are interested and yet cannot make it to meet her in person, you can take part online via the link she sent us:
https://lbga1v1bjid.typeform.com/to/pTTI2bVf

Feel free to share this with anyone who you think might like to contribute!

Photo: Anaclara Talento (with Rasmús, her assistant). She's an Uruguayan Artist and researcher living in Norway since 2017. You can check her out at http://anaclaratalento.com

MEET THE ARTISTS @ H&L:LostMovementcollective, with Greek, Belgian and Mexican nationalities (Dieter Defurne, Fernanda M...
28/06/2022

MEET THE ARTISTS @ H&L:

LostMovementcollective, with Greek, Belgian and Mexican nationalities (Dieter Defurne, Fernanda Morales, Maria Pisiou) is a research-based movement group based between NL and BE, that focuses on artistic research and performance practices.

Web:
https://www.facebook.com/Lostmovementcollective/
https://www.instagram.com/lostmovementcollective/

Title of the work:
Touch, touch, touch
is a dance performance by Lost Movement Collective. This performance is part of a longer score-based dance piece named ‘6 scores for touch’. Through a series of interviews to different people, we gathered thoughts, feelings, and movements related to the memory of touch and sound to form a collective archive. Translating this archive into scores, the performance explores the different qualities and experiences of touch by using sound, movement, visuals, and light.
Photo: Jeffrey Roekens

MEET THE ARTISTS @ H&L:Ella Tighe (UK) and Nikkie Kemp (NL) began working together in 2021 through their MA programs at ...
27/06/2022

MEET THE ARTISTS @ H&L:

Ella Tighe (UK) and Nikkie Kemp (NL) began working together in 2021 through their MA programs at ArtEZ. Ella is a dancer and Nikkie is a musician. Ella graduated from ArtEZ with a MA in Peformance Practices in 2021 and has a BA in Dance Making & Performance. Nikkie will graduate with an MA Practice
Held in Common in 2022 and has a BA in Jazz & Pop vocals.
Both are yoga teachers and practitioners; Ella from an shtanga/Vinyasa background and Nikkie from a Kundalini background. Their practice of yoga underpins their artistic process actively using yogic principles to frame how they work.
Their work together explores collaboration, agency and finding ways of working together that allows for a sense of freedom,
choice and ownership when meeting each others practices. They believe that this is where the most authentic work starts to emerge. They have an interest in how this relates to power structures, hierarchies and systems that we are subjected to on a daily basis. They created their performance process FORMLESS based around these principles.

Ella's practice as a dancer deals with duration and skilled virtousic movement; this derviing from her
advance yoga practice and previous background as a disco freestyle dancer. She thinks of dance as an expanded practice.
Through sound Nikkie explores states of being and unveils her own conditioning, fears, truest most joyous expressions and the messy vulnerable beauty of our shared humanity.

Artist Website
https://www.ellatighe.com/the-hospitality-of-surrender...

Title of the work:
FORMLESS
is a cyclical, looping movement and sound pattern crafted anew daily. It addresses surrender as a staying with, a choice and a commitment. Based upon a daily practice, the process takes returning to movement and seeks a soft yet assertive bodily presence that advocates for an ownership within the process. The movement works with an emergent soundscape created live and held within a fixed form. Performers share a mutual reciprocity, investigating a nuanced approach to agency as the movement and sound meet.
During the past year Ella has been in the UK and Nikkie in The Netherlands. Together they explored how to return to the work in an inspiring and expansive way, without being in the space together. This confronted the performers with themselves and the conditions of the work, deepening the practice.

MEET THE ARTISTS @ H&L:Hector Canonge is an American artist of Catalan and Bolivian descent. Born in Buenos Aires, Argen...
27/06/2022

MEET THE ARTISTS @ H&L:

Hector Canonge is an American artist of Catalan and Bolivian descent. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Canonge spent his childhood in Bolivia, and grew up in New York City. His
work incorporates various forms of artistic expression: Performance Art, Experimental Dance Butoh practice, and Socially Engaged Art to explore and treat issues related to constructions of identity, gender roles, and migration politics. Challenging the white box settings of a gallery or a museum, or intervening directly in public spaces, his performances mediate movement, endurance, and ritualistic processes. Some of his actions and carefully choreographed performances involve collaborating with other artists and interacting with audiences.
His dance projects have been featured at Triskelion Arts, Green Space, Boston Center for the Arts, Movement Research at the Judson Church, La Guardia Performing Arts Center, Queens
Museum, Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, and La Mama among others. His performances, dance projects, and media installations have been presented and
exhibited widely in the United States, Latin America, Europe and Asia.

In 2021, while living in South America, Canonge was commissioned to present 2 commissioned interdisciplinary projects in Visual and Performing Arts in the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia for the Museo Altillo Beni. and for the Museum of Contemporary Art. The same year, Canonge premiered his new dance project “NUNAYQA KASHAN ISANKAY / Mi alma está en una canasta (My Soul Rests Inside A Basket)” in the International Dance Festival, Danzenia, and presented his Dance for the Camera piece, MANIATADO for the Diversa Festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His solo exhibition “(G)ritos Urbanos” (Urban Screams & Rituals) was presented at the Museo Costumbrista Juan de Vargas in La Paz, and his book of Visual Poetry “Veinte Jornadas Para Llegar A Vos” was presented in the International Book Fairs for the Fundación Cultural del Banco Central de Bolivia, FCBCB.

Canonge is the founding director of the performance art festivals: ITINERANT in NYC (2012-present), LATITUDES in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia (2018-present), and AUSTRAL in Buenos Aires, Argentina (2019-present).

Artist website: www.hectorcanonge.net

Title of the work:
altibajos / upsanddowns
In Spanish, my mother tongue, altibajos relates to a condition of being up and / or down in a particular territory or emotional state. The qualitative physical or mental state of being pertains
to a binary categorization of good and bad as if to equate the first part of the compound word, alti, with all positive meaning, and the second part, bajo, with all things bad or negative. Through this performance art work, I’d like to reflect on life as more than cycles of ups (+) and downs (-), but as opportunities for learning with every down (bajo), and as moments for spiritual
development with every up (alti).

Description:
The performance altibajos / upsanddowns explores the physical and emotional states individuals face when confronted with life’s challenges and difficulties. Through a series of corporal actions based on Andean movement rituals for life, Japanese Butoh practice, and expressionist dance, altibajos / upsanddowns develops into an allegorical embodiment of transformation and resilience.
The 25 minutes performance consists of 3 parts that will unfold seamlessly in the space of the gallery. Each part of altibajos / upsanddowns is guided by a soundtrack created to evoke the
states of up, down and middle ground (a state that is usually not talked about) to create a sensorial experience for attending audiences.

MEET THE ARTISTS @ Highs&Lows, Wednesday 29th, 19:00h: Valeria Primost is a dance artist based in Bariloche, Argentina w...
26/06/2022

MEET THE ARTISTS @ Highs&Lows, Wednesday 29th, 19:00h:

Valeria Primost is a dance artist based in Bariloche, Argentina with a BA from AHK (2005) She is co-founder of The Meeting Point – Arts in dialogue, since 2004 (Bimhuis, Amsterdam), performed works by Trisha Brown, Alexandra Bachzetsis , and collaborated with Tommy Noonan, Benjamin Vanderwalle, Robert Steijn, Katie Duck, Felix Ruckert a.o.

She created her works at Akiyoshidai International Arts Village (Japan 2010), MIKS dance company, Laban Center (London 2009-2010), The Performance Corporation (Ireland 2008), IUDANZA (Caracas 2008) a.o. Her later work El Viento was awarded the City Subsidy of Buenos Aires (PRODANZA 2020) and will premiere June 4th 2022.

She is a certified Alexander Technique teacher (ETABA-STAT 2013) and Internal Daoist Martial Arts practitioner trained in Germany, Argentina and China (Hainan-Wudang January to August 2017). She developed her training Primitive Action, based on developmental movement, somatic integration and martial applications, teaching at Universities and dance trainings around the world. She is a regular teacher at the Alexander Technique studies in Buenos Aires, and will be teaching applied anatomy at the dance studies of Universidad de Rio Negro, Argentina next season.

She is invited by the Give-a-dance festival at AHK, the Alexander Technique Center Amsterdam (ATCA) and Buitenkunst to share her work this summer.

Artist Website:
www.valeriaprimost.com.ar

Title of the work:
EL viento

El Viento explores the intimate relationship to things in a context of isolation.
Beginning in 2018, the work was a tentative to create a desert atmosphere in the search for emptiness and silence.
The tube as a hollow line, with its own internal space and its own movement, emerges as a reflective character in continuity with the body, which assimilates and sometimes suffers from it’s power.

The wind can clean a land until it becomes a desert, a desert can be both a place of hardship and life challenging as well as a place of complete renovation and rebirth.
Interrupted as a cause of the Covid pandemics, the process has been re-signified by the global experiences of isolation, intubated breaths and cable dependent distant communications, the work is an ongoing question about how to access a different space and how to stay human in this context.

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4BID DEVELOPS TEMPORARY CULTURES

and INTERLINKS FIELDS OF KNOWLEDGE AND COMPREHENSION THROUGH ARTS AND CULTURE.

“WE THINK THAT ART AND CULTURE, WHEN APPROACHED CRITICALLY, HAVE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON SOCIETY. WE ATTEMPT TO BRING CONSCIOUSNESS ABOUT THE CURRENT SOCIAL SITUATION BY SHARING AND DISTRIBUTING KNOWLEDGE THROUGH DEVELOPMENT OF TEMPORARY CULTURE, A CULTURE THAT IS DYNAMIC AND EVOLVES AS WE SPEAK. BEING CRITICAL IS AN APPROACH BUT NOT ONLY. CRITICAL CULTURE FOR US IS A METAPHOR FOR A CRITICAL MOMENT ON A TIMELINE, A CRISIS BETWEEN POINTS OF VIEW, COLLISION OF TIMES AND SPACES. WE DEVELOP PROJECTS AND RESEARCHES WITH THE AIM OF REACHING OUT TO A MICRO / MEDIUM GEOGRAPHIC RANGE*, WANTING TO CONNECT WITH PEOPLE ON A HUMAN-SIZE LEVEL THROUGH DISCUSSIONS AND COLLABORATIONS, AIMING TO SENSITIZE AUDIENCES TO NON CAPITALISTIC BODIES AND MINDS. WE CONSIDER IT IMPORTANT TO CREATE A MULTIDISCIPLINARY ENVIRONMENT WHERE A VARIETY OF ARTISTIC PRACTICES CAN QUESTION EACH OTHER AND THEIR RELATION TO CONTEMPORARY ART AND SOCIETY. WE BELIEVE IN A CULTURE THAT IS NOT ELITIST AND THEREFORE SHOULD BE FREE AND ACCESSIBLE TO ALL”. “WE LIKE TO INTERACT AND ENGAGE WITH ARTISTIC RESEARCH, ATTEMPTING TO DO IT WITH CONSCIOUSNESS AND A CRITICAL MIND-SET, CONNECTING WITH PEOPLE ON A PERSONAL LEVEL AS WELL AS GLOBALLY.”

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MEET THE ARTISTS of HIGHS & LOWS: Tomorrow at 4bid gallery, Valeria Primost is a dance artist based in Bariloche, Argentina with a BA from AHK (2005) She is co-founder of The Meeting Point – Arts in dialogue, since 2004 (Bimhuis, Amsterdam), performed works by Trisha Brown, Alexandra Bachzetsis , and collaborated with Tommy Noonan, Benjamin Vanderwalle, Robert Steijn, Katie Duck, Felix Ruckert a.o. She created her works at Akiyoshidai International Arts Village (Japan 2010), MIKS dance company, Laban Center (London 2009-2010), The Performance Corporation (Ireland 2008), IUDANZA (Caracas 2008) a.o. Her later work El Viento was awarded the City Subsidy of Buenos Aires (PRODANZA 2020) and will premiere June 4th 2022. She is a certified Alexander Technique teacher (ETABA-STAT 2013) and Internal Daoist Martial Arts practitioner trained in Germany, Argentina and China (Hainan-Wudang January to August 2017). She developed her training Primitive Action, based on developmental movement, somatic integration and martial applications, teaching at Universities and dance trainings around the world. She is a regular teacher at the Alexander Technique studies in Buenos Aires, and will be teaching applied anatomy at the dance studies of Universidad de Rio Negro, Argentina next season. She is invited by the Give-a-dance festival at AHK, the Alexander Technique Center Amsterdam (ATCA) and Buitenkunst to share her work this summer. Artist Website: www.valeriaprimost.com.ar Title of the work: EL viento El Viento explores the intimate relationship to things in a context of isolation. Beginning in 2018, the work was a tentative to create a desert atmosphere in the search for emptiness and silence. The tube as a hollow line, with its own internal space and its own movement, emerges as a reflective character in continuity with the body, which assimilates and sometimes suffers from it’s power. The wind can clean a land until it becomes a desert, a desert can be both a place of hardship and life challenging as well as a place of complete renovation and rebirth. Interrupted as a cause of the Covid pandemics, the process has been re-signified by the global experiences of isolation, intubated breaths and cable dependent distant communications, the work is an ongoing question about how to access a different space and how to stay human in this context. Wednesday 29th, 19:00h @4bid gallery More on https://fb.me/e/1PBymocsC TKT on https://shop.ikbenaanwezig.nl/tickets/event/highs-lows-evening-of-performance?fbclid=IwAR0LkbCtgsmMVAEtbDtaEjLu00qLuS_DKTUZ8eJxOgqwKuDsrdMTS7p14bE
"anverso-a moving installation" today at 18:00h 4bid gallery FREE ENTRY. Donations welcome. https://fb.me/e/1YrynliiX
Tomorrow, Sunday 15th May, From 19:00h, You are invited to come by 4bid gallery for the launch of the publication 'Accountable Temporary Expedients', and a related exhibition. See you there! About the book and purchase link:
Dear everyone! As we roll, we have another publication coming up at 4bid gallery, titled ACCOUNTABLE TEMPORARY EXPEDIENTS by Irina Baldini: the 2nd project of our brand new press! This publication includes an offering of reflections and research tangential to Irina's practice of dance and choreographic composition. #methodology #dance #choreography #performance #doubt #confusion https://www.facebook.com/events/1145442732916606/?ref=newsfeed
Just a few shots from last night's Light Waves - Federico Murgia/ John Bringwolves/ Mirko Lazović at 4bid gallery: thanks to the artists and the generous audience who came to enjoy the performances!
“wind blows water moves” Emīlija Berga šobrīd viesojas Nīderlandē - savas Erasmus+ prakses ietvaros darbojas 4bid gallery! Viena no prakses daļām ir radošā darba izstrāde - sadarbībā ar Jurģis Lūsis process līdz šim ir rezultējies “work in progress” formātā. “wind blows water moves” ir sastapis savus pirmos skatītājus, kuriem bija iespēja iesaistīties arī diskusijā ar autoriem par pieredzēto. 📸: 4bid gallery #contemporaryart #contemporarydance #artgallery #workinprogress #erasmusplus #amsterdam #ldm6
This Friday 4bid presents B.BASE (full 3-day program here: https://fb.me/e/9H5vQtZWC), opening with a work by Kıvanç Tatar, with Tamar Tabori joining this edition as the dancer, will feature a silhouette of human body pixelating an anthropocene landscape, stylized by AI technologies that copy the look, color schemes, and stroke styles from images of plastic. Curious? Come visit us Friday 25th at 18h!
Here a few moments of our first work period for THE PAGE - a performance project about writing in dance, sound and words by Roberta Legros Stepankova and Bettina Neuhaus. It took place in March in Amsterdam. Many thanks to Ellen van der Kooij / www.stopmotion.nl for the photos and to 4bid gallery in Amsterdam and Irina Vainio for hosting us and our work. Next step will be a working week at the end of this month in Brno followed by a residency at REZI.DANCE (Komařice, Czech Republic) in July.
DIY practices are to us vital, to share and distribute knowledge and skills with others - Join this Coptic Bookbinding Workshop on Wednesday 9th at 18:30h at 4bid, and learn how to bind your own book ! Sign up online via https://www.meetup.com/Amsterdam-printmakin-bookbinding-meetup/events/ or mail [email protected]
Our current artist in residence at OT301, Lisa Hennig-Olsen is teaching a workshop in performance art and object exploration this weekend at 4bid gallery. On Sunday at 12.15h there will be a performance presentation of what the participants have been creating during the workshop. We hope to see you there! Limited RSVP only: [email protected]
Very happy to start my visit to Amsterdam this coming Friday by performing with Irina Baldini in 4bid gallery as part of OT301's 22nd Anniversary and its reopening: THE TIME OF A SYNAPSE: EXPO and PERFORMANCE Happy to see you there! ; )
Butoh international Festival. Munganga Theatre. Amsterdam 8-9 October UNCONVENTIONAL, EXPERIMENTAL, CONTROVERSIAL 14 performers 10 performances with dancers from: Belgium, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, Mexico, Poland, Spain, U.S.A. 5 performances per day SELECTED ARTISTS Alicia Bisier . Spain | Bob Lyness . U.S.A. | Christian Bernecker . Germany | Coco Villarreal . Mexico | Ehsan Sadigh . Iran | Elisabeth Damour . France | Erika Hassan . U.S.A. | Ezio Tangini . Italy | Golzar Hazfi . Iran | Gul . Spain | Julianne Kasabalis . Belgium | Maruska Ronchi . Italy | René Baptist Huysmans . The Netherlands | Limen Butoh Theatre Sylwia Hanff . Poland PROGRAM Friday 8th Golzar Hazfi, Ehsan Sadigh A Dream Christian Bernecker 9 Petals p a u s e Ezio Tangini Mezzanine Alicia Bisier The Japanese Indigena Maruska Ronchi Red Moon Saturday 9th Erika Hassan and Bob Lyness She Prefers Fire Juklianne Kasabalis Ana.Morphism p a u s e Coco Villarreal, Gul Bodhi Elisabeth Damour, René Baptist Huysmans Closer to my undisclosed Desire Limen Butoh Theatre Sylwia Hanff The Song of Semi Technical assistant: Mon Costa Justes dates, time, ticket prices Fri 8th October 8:30pm € 25 Sat 9th October 8:30pm € 25 both the days € 45 Concession € 20 and € 35 for both the days (only for certified students and unemployed) Due to limited seats available for covid-19 restriction, tickets will only be available online. Info and booking: [email protected] telephone: 020 6759837 www.munganga.nl https://www.facebook.com/TEATROMUNGANGA Photographer: Birgit Sanders For further information contact Ezio Tangini e_mail [email protected] The Butoh festival Amsterdam taking place at Munganga Theatre Schinkelhavenstraat 27 hs2 1075 Amsterdam Press contact: Ezio Tangini tel.+39 3385004680 email: [email protected] Butoh Festival Amsterdam 8th- 9th October 2021 –edition V– The festival will be produced without any public or private grant. turn on the Scene! www.inbetweenbutoh.com
Meet the work of OT_AiR Iris Woutera De Jong: Nerve "During three months, I was artist in residence at OT301. I used this period to make a video work in which two performers explore several landscapes through their senses. From busy city streets to parks (like the Vondelpark), forests, dunes, construction sites to our closest environment - the ‘home’. Searching for similarities between architecture and our body. Balancing between new possibilities and existing expectations hidden in the landscape. Based on these ‘landscape experiences’, the project is situated back into 4Bid gallery in OT301, where I re-use materials I find in the urban landscape and in nature. In April 2021, I completed the first Nerve sculpture, made out of metal, rubber and recycled wood. This space-filling sculpture moves in dialogue with the physical movement of the performers, accompanied by the sound emanating from the material. Inspired by architecture in contact with the human spine". The project will continue at Den Helder, LekArt (Werk aan het speol - Culemborg) and at Door Creative Studio (Hembrugterrein - Zaandaam). Where Woutera will develop more sculptural landscapes as extended ‘nerves’ of the human body. Read on about the project at www.iriswoutera.com. Collaborations: Performers Bryan Atmopawiro, Kim Hoogterp Videographer Veerle Boekestijn Tekst editor Kim Hoogterp Photo: "Nerve" - material steel, rubber, recycled wood, artist/ photographer Iris Woutera, performers Bryan Atmopawiro, Kim Hoogterp, location 4bid gallery OT301, Amsterdam.
Behind the scenes [404_WILD BODIES: HoPP Artists Researchers & 4bid gallery] Micro residencies Feb-May 2021 March 13-14, 2021 IRINA BALDINI A digital performance. A performance of digits. Fingers. Fingers digiting things. What things? No-things. No thanks. No real things, at least, no digital prints left. No prints. No real fingers either. No digital art. No digits, no art. No party no fun. Not for somebody. Not for us. LINK TO WORK: https://youtu.be/_f-j2C27jsI
Researches in progress at 4bid gallery [404_WILD BODIES: HoPP Artists Researchers & 4bid gallery] Micro residencies Feb-May 2021 March 13-14, 2021 EMILY WELTHER A 24 hour residency; three artistic research projects taking place in the same space for the same duration; a re/experiencing of own work through the playing with and overlapping of the work of colleagues. Video, sound and live performance. LINK TO WORK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiaiCX4ZcNo