A set of 5 solo installations that combine music and
performance art to raise questions on how we currently deal with

mental health

Free Entry

These installations run simultaneously in 5 galleries across The Hague

Each performance duration is a continuous 3 hours
on
6, 7 and 8th of June from 19:30 to 22:30
&
9th of June from 14:00 to 17:00*

The audience is welcome to enter and exit the installations during any moment of the performance.

They can stay in one place or decide to visit a few galleries on the same evening.

Galleries and pieces presented:

#1 LOST in TIME – for cello – Anxiety disOrder
The Grey space in the Middle, Paviljoensgracht 20

#2 DROWNED in TIME – for percussion – ADHD
Trixie, Scheldestraat 1

#3 AMAZED by TIME – for trumpet – Autism spectrum disOrder
Galerie Helder, Tasmanstraat 188

#4 TWIST IN TIME – for two clarinets – Bipolar disOrder
Parts Project,Toussaintkade 49

#5 FORGOTTEN IN TIME – for electric guitar- Depression
Haagse Kunstkring, Denneweg 64

*Public talk with composer P. Strahovnik and psychologist C. Bouwkamp on 9th of June from 13:00 to 14:00

1.
LOST in TIME – Anxiety DisOrder
For Jan Willem Troost and Cello
With sound installation
The Grey space in the Middle, Paviljoensgracht 20

2.
DROWNED in TIME
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity DisOrder

For Klára van de Ketterij and Percussion
With electronics
Trixie, Scheldestraat 1

3.
AMAZED by TIME
Autism Spectrum DisOrder

For Justin Christensen and Trumpet
With video projection
Galerie Helder, Tasmanstraat 188

4.
TWIST IN TIME
Bipolar DisOrder

For Enric Sans i Morera and Clarinet
For Jorge López García and Clarinet
Parts Project,Toussaintkade 49

5.
FORGOTTEN IN TIME
Depression

For Santiago Lascurain and Guitar
With video projection
Haagse Kunstkring, Denneweg 64

This set of five pieces is part of DisOrders, a two-year collaboration project between Ensemble Modelo62 and Petra, is supported by Fonds Podiumkunsten and Gemeente Den Haag. It will culminate in 2020 with the production of the opera ‘BalerinaBalerina’, whose libretto is based on the book with the same name, written by the Slovenian Marco Sosič. Read more about DisOrders here.