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Small choreography for the mind

For the festival PARKINGDENHAAG HW Werther developed 100 choreographies for the mind. Each choreography consists of a small set of instructions for secret performances (minimally physical) to be carried out by the public. The 100 choreographies are packaged in 100 almost identical and numbered objects. These 'carriers' are small, light, casual, singular, operational and compelling. On Saturday, June 22, 2002 they could be found on lampposts, bicycle stands, bus shelters, fences, railings and other street furniture around the Spui and the centre of The Hague. They could be taken and used.
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time: Saturday, June 22, 2002, from noon till midnight
location: around the Spui, the city hall Atrium and the centre of The Hague
central theme: performance and mobilization, interaction between artist, public and city
participating artists: Harold de Bree & Thom Vink, Michal Butink, Marc Bijl, Anna Carlson, Dua Aroma (Marije van der Laan & Martina Florians), Eetbaar, EGBG (Martijn Engelbregt), Gil & Moti, Majorieke Glaudemans & Karen Lancel, Rob Groot Zevert, José den Hartog & Myrte Memelink, Klaar van der Lippe, Jack van Mildert, Arianne Olthaar & Marjolijn van der Meij, Urs Pfannenmüller, Zeger Reyers, Hester Scheurwater, Ton Schuttelaar & Nicoline Harskamp, Melle Smets & Marten Terpstra, Site Specific (Marc Claeijs & Joris Luchinger & Cor Tjepkema), HW Werther, Henri van Zanten
festival committee: Lily van Ginneken, Jane Huldman, Michiel Morel, Rob Knijn, Adriaan Nette, Pietertje van Splunter, Robert-Jan Verhagen
organisation: Artoteek The Hague and Stroom hcbk
with special thanks to: Komang Suaka
the distribution of the 100 choreographies on June 22 by Komang Suaka