Three performers, one explosive energy | If You Could See Me Now (SPECIAL EDITION)
We Are Public’s In Art We Trust Fund, Het HEM and artist Arno Schuitemaker are joining forces for a new SPECIAL EDITION of If You Could See Me Now.
If You Could See Me Now feels like a hypnotic trip. Arno Schuitemaker’s intense performance is bound to reach new heights at this SPECIAL EDITION at a grand, industrial location. Three performers gradually transform a disarming club dance into a vertiginous wave motion. They push their bodies to the max as they are propelled forward by the rhythm of the beat.
Arno adapted his highly-praised dance performance especially for the In Art We Trust Fund, to be performed at Het Hem’s incredible space: a former cannon factory on the North Sea Canal.
Concept: Arno Schuitemaker, performers: Ivan Ugrin, Stein Fluijt, Mark Christoph Klee, dramaturgy: Guy Cools, light design: Vinny Jones, music composition: Wim Selles
Het HEM’s performance, restaurant and exhibition space are all wheelchair accessible. The evening will follow the current RIVM guidelines. Click here for directions.
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EXTRA: EXHIBITION & DINNER
Why don’t you show up early and explore Het HEM’s permanent exhibition? Dinner starts at 19:30 and will be provided by Hotmamahot. Joining for dinner? Make sure to reserve by emailing email@example.com providing your name, phone number, and expected number of attendees.
Arno Schuitemaker’s performances are hypnotising and groundbreaking. His highly-praised shows are performed all throughout Europe. Magazines tanz and Dance Europe even referred to him as ‘one of the leading contemporary artists in the Netherlands’. Arno has been selected by the In Art We Trust Fund.
This programme is a collaboration between We Are Public, Het HEM and Arno Schuitemaker, and has been made possible thanks to financial support from the Performing Arts Fund NL and In Art We Trust Fund. SHARP/Arno Schuitemaker is supported by the Amsterdam Fonds voor de Kunst in 2017-2020.