By invitation of Danny Yung and Wong YueWai of Zuni, the 33 ⅓ Collective created a short stopmotion video. It was ment to preluded a project that had, as a starting-point, the classic Chinese theme of One Table and Two Chairs. An initiative that aimed to develop an artists forum for cross cultural and cross cities collaboration.
Performance, installation and film about the longing for tribal habits and images that contain a new form of symbolism.
Video scenography for music pieces by George Crumb, Benjamin Britten and Arvo Pärt. In collaboration with Ragazze Quartet.
Short music-theatre piece about changing the context of opera set pieces that are hidden in depots.
Kinetic videoinstallation and concert inspired by Antonin Artaud's manifest 'Le Théâtre et son double'. In collaboration with Ensemble Intercontemporain.
Opera production based on the humor and suspense of early 20th century cinema. In collaboration with Muziektheater Transparant.
Interdisciplinary performance about Russia from the period of Stalin. Loosely bases on the book The Master and Margarita by Boelgakov. In collaboration with Rosa Ensemble.
Experimental opera with an inside-out narrative based on Béla Bartók's Bluebeard's Castle.
International artist-in-residence project that focussed on meetings between musicians and visual artists that portrayed Iceland.
Investigation by both musicians and visual artists into an interpretation of the island Vlieland and their translation of it.
Four hour Techno Opera in 4D sound about the insights of Nikola Tesla.
Experimental film in collaboration with motiongraphic designer and composer Jaap Drupsteen about amorph yet tangible skin.
Projection mapping on an empty shopping mall in Almelo city centre for Media art Flow Festival.
Site-specific multimedia performance in an abandoned train hangar for ZwArt festival.
Video exhibition for ZwArt festival shown and created in the medieval 'Sassenpoort' gatehouse in Zwolle.
The first project, during art school. A videographic and theatrical interpretation of the book The Falls by Peter Greenaway.
Videos in tribute to one of the Collective's former art school teachers.