22.11.2018 — 23.11.2018
Always In The Kitchen: music, video & performance
Festival / with CAMPO

Thu 22.11 → 21:00    Fri 23.11 → 21:00


 

Week III: Music, video & performance

 

We’re ending the last week of the festival with some eye candy, a spectacle of colour, light, music, drama, love, sex and murder. Musician Micha Volders, video producer Jaak De Digitale (Bart Winckers’s alias at night) Louis van der Waal serve you a total, sensory experience – Alice In Wonderland might even envy this trippy performance. Joining them is Tine Van den Wyngaert as the kitchen’s voice. With live music, projection, mapping and cartoons, a universe is created at the crossroads of amusement parks, the Old Testament and Funkadelic.

“With both grief and relief, we say goodbye to the kitchen. She has gradually lost all meaning. Cold and embittered. Be gone, emotion, joy and pleasure. The many owners who’ve touched her, have scooped out her playful, vital and life supporting character. She’s tired. She’s empty. Her dying wish is pure and sincere love. For one last time, she wants to feel human skin and open-heartedly share her functionality. And as such she is there for you.”

Both Micha Volders and Jaak De Digitale are music magicians. Jaak De Digitale took care of visual trickery for bands such as Millionaire and Evil Superstars while Micha Volders made fame with oddly named bands such as Krampkont/Vleesmagneet, Meteor Musik and Chrome Brulée. Actor Louis van der Waal is known for his acting with Abbatoir Fermé, for the production of the theatre play ‘Bastaard’ with Kyoko Scholiers and for the art collective Ferdnnd with Mauro Pawlowski and Celine Felga.

 

 

Always In The Kitchen

Combining forces for the multidisciplinary art festival Always In The Kitchen, Gouvernement and CAMPO reunite artists and audience in a familiar yet disturbing setting: an IKEA®-kitchen. For three weeks the space is challenged by curators, theatre makers and artists. An unusual context emerges and acts as the blank canvas for the different disciplines, while obtaining multiple layers with every happening.

From off-beat installations and theatrical kitchen scenes to in situ art works and total sensory experiences, nothing, not even the freezers or stoves, will be spared. Week I focuses on theatre & text, week II evolves around visual arts and week III casts a light on cross-overs between music, performance, video and much more.