Interlude is a project that takes the form of collective listening sessions and sonic explorations, opening up spaces for care, rest and reflection.
If you have an idea for a listening session, share a track/text you’ve been working on, mix some music that is accumulating under your saved favourites, reach us with your propositions.
On Sunday February 11 Bar Theo hosts ‘Weather Report’:
music by Koen Nutters, Henryk Golden and Interlude.
Music starts at 19.30
Bar opens at 16.00
A Sunday Afternoon @ ENTER ENTER
With Test Prints + Posters + Samples + Drinks + Musical contribution by INTERLUDE !
Sunday 4 February / 3-6pm
O O O o o, we are back with a warm & full program for next week and would be so happy if you would join us:
Last season interlude. That was, like, an entire sentence that we somehow built together with nouns and verbs and connective tissue. They were thinking how it was the connective tissue (yes the connective tissue) which it was all about. They were trying out shyly to offer ways of listening. But they could not say the day was over. The business, they thought, was not only unfinished but maybe not done enough. The ears still open. The people, yes all still here, byob, old friend. The thought of seeing each other again. The potentiality still glimmering around. And look, there might be even some new things awaiting you.
Join us for a 4-day sonic celebration in the Graphic Design bookshop at the end of the 1st floor hallway (RV building)
B of blue - join us tomorrow
1. byob (bring your own book) is the bookfair
1.2. And you contributed a book
2. byov (bring your own voice) is the supporting event
2.2. And you can complement your book with a voice
•• •••Welcome the spring, •••••••the summer rain, •••••Softly turned to sing again• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••
Älg0$p34k is a sound installation by P3A and Raf. Through a setup of 16 different speakers a polyphonic choir is created with TIk Tok’s 4 different text to speech voices.
You are invited to an evening with one note at a time
Kris van Melle and their synthesiser (live)
well we are just an open call but I think the people from interlude are creating a bi-monthly event in which there will be a space, technical equipment, exciting listeners and drinks and food provided.
We invite you to join our second listening session to talk about the art of looping, sampling, infinity music and explore the massive work or Pamela Z.
"And then they sent me “I miss You” by Blink182 yesterday, and you know I was just wondering what it all means, I mean you would not sent that song to anyone, right?”