Werkplaats Typografie End of the Year Show
at Radio Kootwijk, National Park Hoge Veluwe
25 June 2016, 15.00–21.00



Exhibition and programme with performances,
readings and music spread through out the day.

Feel free to bring your own picnic, but there will also
be food and drinks available. Please bring cash
(no pin).

For those who reserved a seat on the bus leaving from
Amsterdam and Arnhem to Radio Kootwijk, and back
again, please check the schedule underneath. You can
also come by car or bicycle.

Bus to Radio Kootwijk:

13.30: Departing from Amsterdam
Prins Hendrikkade, bus stop 4
16.00: Departing from Arnhem
Arnhem Central, Sonsbeek zijde

Bus from Radio Kootwijk:

19.00: Departing to Arnhem
Arnhem Central, Sonsbeek zijde
(expected arrival 19.40)
21.00: Departing to Amsterdam
Prins Hendrikkade, bus stop 4
(expected arrival 22.15)
Programme:

15.00: Hymn to the Mundane
an audio piece by Caroline Wolewinski
15.20: Time After Time
launched by Joel Colover
15.40: Eternal Laughter and Friendship43:
The Story of Starling
as told by Nerijus Rimkus
16.00: Deem-Sweet Print
a track list by Auriane Preud’homme
16.20: I have nothing to wear, you have nothing to say
a performance by Nora Turato
16.40: Eight Treasures
by Eloise Harris and Sarah Käsmayr
17.00: We Also Have Our Own Voices
a reading with Rosie Eveleigh
17.20: Coming Soon by Karen Eliot
conducted by Olya Domoradova
17.40: Klarendalseweg 111, case study #1
a performative recording by Maud Vervenne
18.00: An Audio Tour
by Ronja Andersen
18.20: AWAY FROM HERE or THERE
(Portraits of Places) by Stuart Sherman,
voiced by Charlotte (C=P), Eloise (E=L),
Anniek (A=A), and Ronja (R=C),
with a note by Robert Milne,
published by Instituut
18.40: Apparatuses and Methods for Writing
with Electrical Signals
demonstrated by Josse Pyl
19.00: Conversations with Jin Kwang Kim
19.20: For Resting Purposes Only
by Charlotte Taillet
20.00: Avocado Distribution Guidelines
by Sarah Käsmayr
20.20: Still-Sailing
a live set by Maria Mitcheva
20.40: Constant Club Vol. 5, Saturn Departz
by Meg Forsyth