It doesn’t replace the festival experience, but it will give you a glimpse of what you’re missing: SPRING on Screen. For the online edition of this annual performing arts festival, the artists have been asked to share work that has been made specifically for the (video) screen. A small selection from the programme: Genevieve Murphy releases the first song of her new album with a video clip. Theatre collective Dood Paard made a podcast about hunger in all its facets. And Jan Fedinger shows a video version of his hallucinatory performance land [e] scapes 4 – redistribution of wealth by nature.
In addition to new work, the festival also shows existing work by festival artists. The renowned Brazilian theatre maker Christiane Jatahy, for example, is showing a short documentary about a Congolese refugee. Japanese choreographer Hiroaki Umeda presents his pixel dance film Holistic Strata Screen, and the Singaporean artist Ho Tzu Nyen shows the political musical The Bohemian Rhapsody Project.