Out of the attic ad hoc show
The focus of the Out of the attic ad hoc show is to reach for those left over or unrealized ideas and works, tucked away in one’s attic, in order to bring them this time to a public one. The name ad hoc also refers to the space where the show was made, namely an unused attic space in a building owned and rented by an antisquat company called Ad hoc.
Local artists whose work deals with space in a bigger or smaller degree were invited during a short time frame to place or make something they seem fitting to this particular setting.
By appropriating the space of the attic, inhabited with personal stories, we carried out an attempt of displacement, how previously unrelated works can blend into an unaltered, distinct space.
Part of the experience from one of the events is available to see in the beautiful documentation Florian Cramer recorded and edited, using the sound from the concert and the visuals of the space in the process of preparing the event.
Sound of the attic Ad hoc show from fcr on Vimeo.
The first ad-hoc show was running for 3 days
Opening June 22nd 2012 21h. Performance by Vanita Joe Monk at 22h. Doors close at 24h. After drinks next door at de Voight.
Visiting hours Saturday 18h – 22h.
Closing 24 Sunday 22h. Reading by Vanita Joe Monk at 19h and performance by Hiko Uemera and Janine Brall at 20h.
With works by:
Vanita and Joe Monk