Location: Container Art Space MOBi, Suikerlaan 41, Groningen
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For the final event of the audiovisual installation ‘9’, Teddy’s Last Ride and NP3 celebrate their collaboration with a party, along with NP3’s birthday. The programme will feature the last chance to see the audiovisual installation ‘9’ in its original form, a preview performance Goodbye_porn, ‘the rave in the making’ by Teddy’s Last Ride, an improvised sound performance of the ‘9’ script by V/ND and beats by DJ ELA//404.

20:00 – 21:00 hrs. Final hour to experience the immersive audiovisual installation ‘9’ 
21:00 – 00:00 hrs. Music, dance and performances 

Warning: lasers and strobe lights are used in the show
Entrance fee: until 21:19 hrs. your entrance ticket is gifted to you by NP3 to celebrate our 19th birthday! After that the entrance fee is EUR 5,- a welcome drink included.

9’ – A unique collaboration between Teddy’s Last Ride and NP3.
‘9′ is an immersive audio-visual installation engaging with the topics of identity formation and the sense of limbo that might arise from the process of becoming. The installation is a re-interpretation of the Teddy’s Last Ride Theater production, ‘9 Weeks From Now’ directed by Andy Smart. 

The immersive installation ‘9’ is a collaborative and transdisciplinary approach between Alan Ahued Naime, Dragan Glamočić, Hannes Arvid Andersson and Ruud Akse.

Goodbye_porn, a rave in the making. 
Goodbye_porn is an exploratory club experience about queer intimacy, club spaces and promiscuity. This rave in the making aims to explore and portray different ways we can be intimate with each other by deconstructing pornography and normative sexuality. Through moving limbs, risk-taking, yet vulnerable physicalities and techno beats, four bodies will take you on a clubbing journey into pleasure and intimacy by removing the shame and taboos that often follow sexuality and inviting you to shed your own assumptions on what intimacy can be and look like. 

Viviana Fabiano, Daphne Agten, Żaneta Kęsik and Arno Verbruggen
Music performance: 
Concept by: 
Agnese Fiocchi and Iacopo