TheParallelShow GrandeFinale

Dates: 30 June – 1 July, 10.00 – 17.00:


NP3, Hofstraat 21, Groningen,
Greylight Projects, Rue Brialmont 11, Saint-Josse-Ten-Node, Brussels.
Pictura, Voorstraat 190, Dordrecht, Open public dinner: 1 July, 20.00

Participating artists:
Alexia Karavela (GR),
Steef van Lent (DE),
Mr & Mrs Gray (NL),
ieke Trinks (NL),
Emma Waltraud Howes (CA / DE),
Andrew McNiven (UK),
Marnik Neven (BE),
Jolanda Jansen (NL),
Elia Torrecilla (SP),
Malou van Doormaal (NL)
Frans van Lent (NL)
Sjoerd Westbroek (NL) -texts
Michiel Huijben (NL) -texts
Marielle Verdijk (NL) -open dinner

TheParallelShow GrandeFinale is a project for improvised performance. It will take place on Saturday 30 June and Sunday 1 July, simultaneously at two different locations:  bur0 Gr0ningen, the white cube of NP3 in Groningen (NL) and the chapel of Greylight Projects in Brussels (BE).
On Saturday at 10.00 two groups of performers will start working at both locations. The performers will start with nothing but each other and the empty space they are in. While they are working, a video will be recorded and streamed in real-time to the other location where it is projected on a wall. These projected video images ensure that there will be a mixing of physically and virtually present performers (and visitors). The doors will be opened from 10.00 till 17.00.

After 17.00, the two groups of performers will travel, by van, to the other location.
They will probably pass each other about halfway.  On Sunday they will again work from 10.00 till 17.00, in that second location.

After this last day of work, Sunday at 17.00, all performers will leave for Pictura in Dordrecht (half way between Groningen and Brussels), where they are invited to a public dinner in the Grote Zaal at 20.00. As in the other parts of the project, visitors are very welcome to join.
During the dinner a performative conversation might take place.

TheParallelShow GrandeFinale is a project of Unnoticed Art. All parts of the project are open to the public and freely accessible. The project is kindly supported by the Municipality of Dordrecht and by the participating organisations.