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Do 16.03
Gratis te bezichtigen | Zie event voor openingstijden
deur gratis / deuren open 19.00
Wo 29.03
vvk € 10 / deur € 10 / deuren open 19.30
Do 30.03
vvk € 8 / deur € 8 / deuren open 20.00
Vr 31.03
vvk € 15 / deur € 15 / deuren open 23.00
Za 01.04
vvk € 15 / deur € 15 / deuren open 23.00
Volledig programma
21.03.2017 Gallery | Mathis Neuhaus: Being able to tell a consecutive and coherent story is a challenging task. This rings true for literature, music, the menu in a restaurant or a certain place where all of this and more comes together.
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08.03.2017 Club | Luc Mastenbroek: The moment I'm writing this I'm in a night bus on a bumpy road, leaving Belo Horizonte. Thoughts drifting back to a moment in an open air museum earlier today, where, after a power-cut of several hours, the dots reconnected right at the moment we walked into the most beautiful audio installation.
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HIGHLIGHT
Starting this Thursday, we'll be displaying a new photo exhibition in collaboration with Fotolab Kiekie. In the hallway behind Restaurant DS, you can now feast your eyes on the photo series Jumping Cats by Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek.
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06.03.2017 Gallery | Mathis Neuhaus: Being based in Switzerland makes design a very visible and important element of everyday life. Of course, the disciplines vary from graphic to industrial to product design (among others), but they are united by high principles, a distinct sense for quality and a certain approach to the question of aesthetics.
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02.03.2017 Concert | Mathys Rennela: It's hard to separate Oko Ebombo's personal life from his art, whether it involves dance, photography, motion pictures, poetry or music. In preparation for his upcoming live performance at De School, I sat with Oko on a parisian terrasse to discuss about his music and his life in Paris.
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01.03.2017 Club | Alex Rigby: As JP Enfant’s first all-nighter at DS nears, we sat down with the techno artist to discuss the nature of extended sets and his upcoming projects.
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21.02.2017 Club | Mathis Neuhaus: Collective memory can be fascinating. There are people, places and things in this world that are so excessively depicted (in the cinema, the news, the television) that there is simply no way around them. Being unbiased is an impossibility.
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18.02.2017 Club | Jack Dolan: As a DJ without a physical release it’s very difficult to make an impact. It’s a bit of a chicken and egg situation. Without your own music which defines your style, bookers don’t know what they’re in for. The only way you stand a chance is if you have a history behind you but how do you get there if you can’t get a good booking in the first place?
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15.02.2017 Club | Emma van Meyeren: In his famous 1982 essay “War Making and State Making as Organized Crime”, sociologist Charles Tilly discusses the intrinsic ties between European state formation and war. In opposition to the idea that war is a state of exception, Tilly shows that war is always-already implied in the foundation of the European nation-state.
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