TPM brings gaming to the Holland Festival
Annebeth Erdbrink, Rens Kortmann and Alexander Verbraeck contribute on behalf of TU Delft to the Luistermutant 2020 performance of Micha Hamel and Arlon Luijten with the GAMPSISS research project. The performance can be seen on June 21 at the Holland Festival in Amsterdam.
By watching theater, listening to classical music and playing games (digital and analogue), the show wants to make the audience think about the importance of active listening for a sustainable, resilient society. The question is also asked how well you can actually listen ...
The Holland Festival is one of the most prominent festivals for the performing arts in the Netherlands. For the Luistermutant 2020 show, a total of 800 visitors are expected, divided over two shows on Sunday 21 June. Visit the website for more information and tickets (performance is in Dutch).
The NWO/SIA research project GAMPSISS has initiated the performance led by composer and lecturer Micha Hamel (Codarts Rotterdam). In addition to TU Delft, Erasmus University Rotterdam also contributes to the creation of the performance. Performers are Philharmonie Zuidnederland and students from Willem de Kooning Academy, Codarts Rotterdam and Jeugdtheaterschool Zuidoost from Amsterdam. The show is directed by Arlon Luijten.