Friday 30 October 2020

REWIRExKORZO #18 met: Greetje Bijma & Oceanic, Mark IJzerman & Sébastien Robert

We will do our best to allow as much of the current program as possible to continue in an appropriate manner. This means that we have to discuss the new situation with each artist. As soon as there is clarity, ticket buyers will receive an email about the definitive plan for the concert or event. We ask for some patience from the ticket buyers. We do our very best to provide information to everyone as soon as possible, but it may take a while for things to be clear.

On Friday 30th October, the 18th edition of the Rewire x Korzo concert series takes place at PAARD! This edition will host a special collaborative performance, bringing together two generations of Dutch musicians with Greetje Bijma & Oceanic. The lineup is completed by Mark IJzerman & Sébastien Robert, who present their audiovisual project ‘As Above, So Below’, which was originally planned to debut at Rewire 2020.

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  • Grote zaal met zitplaatsen
  • 19:00
  • 19:30

Oceanic en Greetje Bijma
They come together for a live performance of their new collaborative album ‘Swallow A Party LP’. This unlikely but inspired collaboration connects two generations of Dutch musicians. Through a chance encounter with yeyeh records founder Pieter Jansen, the award-winning Friesian free-jazz vocalist Greetje Bijma wound up in the studio with rising star in the Dutch electronic underground Oceanic, known for his ambient and leftfield techno releases on labels such as BAKK and Nous’klaer Audio.

Mark IJzerman en Sébastien Robert
‘As Above, So Below’ explores the changing landscape of La Araucanía region in south-central Chile through live visuals and sound. This audiovisual performance probes into the dualism of man’s relationship with nature via sonic research made by Sebastien Robert, French sound artist, researcher and master student of The Hague’s ArtScience Interfaculty, and investigative visuals created from satellite imagery as well as microscopic and drone footage by Dutch media artist Mark IJzerman. During a residency in Chile they researched the logging industry that has been eroding the biodiversity of the region, causing disruption to the ecosystem.

Safe concert visit in PAARD
We want to continue as much as possible of the current program in an adapted manner. We do this in the safest way possible and within government regulations. For this concert it means that a maximum of 30 people can be present who can visit the PAARD. Of course, our (strict) 1.5m measures that have already been implemented will remain in force. There are also a number of new rules: mouth masks are mandatory in the building (except on the seat). The catering is closed and no drinks or food may be consumed. We hope that everyone will continue to do their very best with us to comply with the measures within and outside PAARD. For more information click here.