Hollandse week in De Appel
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The Dutch Week (January 4th-11th, 1976) at De Appel was the first event to pay large-scale attention to performance art by Dutch artists and artists living in the Netherlands. Fragments of the performances presented during this week are registered on this video. This compilation gives a good picture of the diversity of performance activities in the Netherlands.
Nancy Hoover Light Shapes
Harrie de Kroon untitled
Michel Szulc Kryzanowski Naakt Zijn (Being naked)
Robert Malasch Madonna
Raul Marroquín Dialogue
Pieter Mol Ik zou je ogen willen kussen (I’d like to kiss your eyes)
Sef Peeters Dat wat ik achterlaat (What I leave behind)
Marjo Schumans Het Leven (Life)
Wally Stevens Mythomanie (Mythomania)
André Swagers Rituals
Nikolaus U…ban Parrot Training
Hans Eijkelboom Identiteit (Identity)
Hans Eijkelboom Interview
Hollandse Week (Dutch Week) at the De Appel 1976
This time, colour registrations (many of the fragments are the same as on the black-and-white tape) of the works of:
Harrie de Kroon
Robert Malasch: this is a longer fragment than that on the black-and-white tape
Raul Marroquin: this is a different work (no title mentioned) from that on the black-and-white tape.