Please note: some Rewire 2020 events require registration. See below for an overview.
On Friday 3 April, Hildur Gudnadottir will presentan extended spatial performance of her Emmy-winning score for ‘Chernobyl’ at the Electriciteitsfabriek together with celebrated BBC nature recordist Chris Watson and composer Sam Slater, with lighting design by Theresa Baumgartner.Registration is required. To limit the amount of no shows we are asking for a small registration fee (€3), in return you will receive a free drink at the venue. Register here. The show starts at 20.00 sharp, please be on time! Doors are open from 18.30.
On Friday 3 April (10.00 – 17.00), Rewire and The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision’s RE:VIVE initiative present Symposium: The Sonic Landscape, a day-long programme of talks and presentations from researchers, preservationists, archivists and artists working in the fields of acoustic ecology, neuroscience, composition and more.This event requires registration and is free for Friday Pass holders and Festival Pass holders (€5 students/€10 non-students). Register here.
On Saturday, April 4 Rewire and Embassy of The North Sea present a sound expeditionat Scheveningen harbour and beach titled ‘Hearing Like a Herring‘, developed by composer and sound artist Harpo ‘t Hart together with radio maker Jesper Buursink and artist Xandra van der Eijck. This event is free to all. Register here.
On Saturday 4 April (13.00 – 14.00) & Sunday 5 April (13.30 – 14.30),Justin Bennett will present ‘Central Imaginary District’, a guided sound walk reflecting on The Hague’s new metropolitan area development project ‘Central Innovation District’. This event is free to all. Please note thissoundwalk is in Dutch. Register here.
On Sunday 5 April (13.30 -14.30 and 15.30 – 16.30), Barbara Ellison presents ‘Forest Phantoms‘, a composition of tree ‘songs’ made with binaural microphones, contact mics and hydrophones, revealing the hidden ‘music’ of the forest. This event is free to all. Register here.