30 Sep 2016
Jean Tinguely (1925–1991) is known for his playful, yet robust machine art and explosive performances. Everything had to be different and everything had to move. In honour of the 25th anniversary of his death the Stedelijk Museum presents the retrospective Jean Tinguely – Machine Spectacle: the biggest exhibition of this artist ever in The Netherlands (1 October 2016 – 5 March 2017).
Not ticket? Don't worry. There will be a livestream of the opera performance and interviews available on the Facebook page of the Dutch National Opera.
- Teijin Auditorium
- 7:30 - 8:30 pm
- Sold out
To mark this occasion the Stedelijk Museum and the Dutch National Opera present a new opera performance: Bewogen Bewegen (Moving Movement).
Director, Marcel Sijm was inspired by the universe of Dick Raaijmakers, a Dutch composer-theorist and contemporary of Tinguely, who plays with the concepts of still standing objects and movement in an electro-acoustic way.
After the performance curator Margriet Schavemaker will discuss and reflect on Moving Movements and the exhibition Jean Tinguely – Machine Spectacle with director Marcel Sijm.
Date: Friday, September 30th 2016
Time: 7:30 – 8:30 pm
Location: Teijin Auditorium, Stedelijk Museum
Director: Marcel Sijm
Music: Oene van Geel and Bram Stadhouders
Singers: Rosina Fabius, Oscar Verhaar and Alexander de Jong
Dramaturg: Jappe Groenendijk
Production: Eva van Dieën
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