NOV 28TH – DEC 1ST 2019

29.NOV 10-22 | 30.NOV 10-22 | 01.DEC 11-20 | 02.DEC 12-20
Location: Natlab, Expozaal
Free entrance

An interactive performance installation with elements of moving images and social media. These artists won the EFF Award last year for 'Best Experimental Film' and 'Best Art Direction'. This year the London duo Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot are back with an innovative project.

This project was originally part of the Art Night London 2018. Especially for the visitors of the EFF, the entrance of the Natlab will be transformed into a recovering game shop retail park for things. Together with Sarah and Harriet we invite all the visitors to bring items from your home that are no longer needed or desired. Unwanted objects will be brought through a series of physical and virtual transformations using a custom-made, human-controlled machine and with live sound design by Luke Fraser.

Systematically analyzed, processed and improved for a live audience, the reworked objects will be returned to their owners. The processes are strengthened via a network of computers, projectors, screens and a PA system, with generated material that is played live in space and online, in addition to pre-produced video.

Step into the world of Lendable Mendable Vendable by joining them during their perfomances or by participating in one of the workshops. The venue will be open to visit all day. Extra workshops and performances will be announced at the venue and online.

LMV Schedule
On Thursday 29th of November they will work with the students of Sintlucas and the results will be shown in the evening in the exhibition space. Friday 30th of November they will work with students from the Design Academy Eindhoven and those works will also be shown during the evening.

Friday 30 NOV
Lendable Mendable Vendable performance
20:30 – 22:00 | Natlab, Expo zaal | Free entrance

Saturday 1 DEC
Lendable Mendable Vendable performance
14:00 – 17:00 | Natlab, Expo zaal | Free entrance

During the performances you can bring your own no longer needed household object and let it transform during the performance. Objects must be smaller than 1 metre in width/height/length and light enough to be carried by hand, so that they can be processed to their full potential.

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