Trans-media Performance in Frascati Theater 2016 on future scenario's. A collective thought experiment dividing the audience in utopians and dystopians. Directed by Victorine van Alphen, Starring the Artists Katinka de Jonge, Celine Talens, Actors Dilan Yurdakul, Sieger Baljon, Bram Remie & Writer Lotte Landman "...But on a crucial point, van Alphen takes distance from the futurists: she opposes it with sensuality. In ‘De Achtste Dag’, van Alphen clashes the idea of the future with the human quality of sensuality. ... – Read more.
A dialogue for Man, Men and Space.A man drives a car, a man stands in a landscape,a man puts on his shoes, man poses in space,space poses for man. A visual poetry film based on Ebenbild (Poem) by Frouke ... – Read more.
Mux Video Art Festival, Asheville 2016 7.30min HD-filminstallation:Foregrounding text and sound as mainnarrative guides, this film presents itself as narrative as well as visualpresence: slowly, subconsciously transforming in form and tone. The Silent version of Goldcoast was projected on a big screen between trees in the Tolhuistuinen in Amsterdam during Icarus festival 2015; Here it’s silence slowly pulled people in. At Mux Asheville Video Art Festival it was shown with a soundtrack produced by the ... – Read more.
Review of The Eighth Day trans-media performance By Victorine van Alphen Written by Dramaturgist & Philosopher L. De Groen What is the future? Starting from this question, theatre- and filmmaker Victorine van Alphen started her project ‘De Achtste dag’. A performance that brings to mind the Serata Futurista; an eclectic evening that, with performances, artists and manifesto’s, gives a glimpse of what the future might look like. But where the futurists dreamed of a future with machines, van Alphen images the ... – Read more.