SKÈR, De Ruimte and Lolaland provide live music, dance, performance and visual art in times of corona.

You are safe with our guides. After sunset, they will lead you and other visitors in your Block from the beach to Lolaland, for four short performances in all corners in and around the venue.

Event link here.
Tickets here.

September 19th, 2020. From 20:00 at Lolaland.

The guides:
Dinu Comendant
Temporary tone
Olga Middendorp
Ilona Westrik
Eva mcSkate

Program by:
Bart Verbunt
Roos Brouwer
Vicky De Visser

Production by:
Vicky De Visser
Bart Verbunt
Suzan Huppes

Design by:
Vicky De Visser

Opening ceremony:
Julie & Eltjo Felix de Graaf

The artists / performers:
Lev Avitan
Julie Kurris
Dick Huppes
Lena van Drie
Maringo Berenos
ZEA and Oscar Jan Hoogland
DJ Mariam

turbo collective

turbo collective

Turbo collective is an interdisciplinary group of four artists that share an interest in collaborative improvisation.


The possibility of being anonymous on the internet has advantages and disadvantages. We are able to share without immediate and visible consequences. By assigning a face that is recognisable by the audience (themselves, a friend, a neighbour) to an anonymous text, we question the difference between the anonymity of the internet and sharing opinions in real life. The audience is confronted with a story linked to a picture of their own face taken before the performance.

In a shapeshift transformation, visitors received the leading role of performer while still being the audience at the same time.

Performed at:
2019 – R. Mutt exhibition and festival, De Ruimte, Amsterdam.
2020 – 02022020.space, performance festival, Leiden.

Turbo collective is:
Annelie Koning, Amber Rijcken, Jullie Kurris and Vicky De Visser.

Ways in which we hear

ways in which we hear

Ways in which we hear is a series on visual translation and interpretation of auditive improvised narratives.

Interested in the direct relation between sound and image,
this ongoing project researches how listening affects the viewers’ gaze and the ever present desire to create narrative.
Source material is used from personal field recordings, recorded while listening to music, and is translated to the on-the-spot improvised music by live image and video mixing.

Performed at
2018 – Mixtree, OT301, Amsterdam.
2019 – Oooh festival, De Ruimte, Amsterdam.
2020 – Mixtural, Zaal100, Amsterdam.

Original video material originates from personal dance registrations around museal objects at Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.



As part of WhyNot’s research into the relationship between body, movement and (urban) nature, choreographer Dereck Cayla and photographer Angela Lidderdale were invited to reflect on this topic. In a series of movement workshops, Dereck led the participants to a dance improvisation, in dialogue with the natural elements, while Angela captured their movements.

A selection of the photos was printed and distributed throughout Amsterdam from 24 June – 7 July as a mini-expo.

Participants: Vera Goetzee, Charlotte Glastra van Loon, Cees Walburgh Schmidt, Angelique de lange, Elke Jacobs, Ria van Teeffelen, Dengling Levine, Jasmijn Antonisse, Charlotte Mathiessen, Hanny Sjaarda, Vicky De Visser

les sauvages

Les sauvages

Les sauvages is an ongoing analogue photography project started in 2014. It visually researches the intriguing shapes the on earth seamingly dull seagulls, tranform to during flight.

Analogue photography by Vicky De Visser.