Zaal 3 Jonkies
za 16 feb20:00 - 21:30Zaal 3, Den HaagZaal 3Geweest
zo 17 feb15:00 - 16:30Zaal 3, Den HaagZaal 3Geweest
Zaal 3: Jonkies (Youngsters) is a fun way to get to know new talents. We work with a large number of schools and studies that come to Zaal 3 and work here for a week. At the end of this week, the students present their work. This week it's up to the students of ArtScience Interfaculty of the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague.
ArtScience Interfaculty presents Tension Machines II
Minds are 'wired' for expectation. But what kind of tension is created when the flux of events shape the object of expectation?
What happens in the future matters to us. So it should not be surprising that how the future unfolds has a direct effect on how we feel. The mechanisms of expectation and the anticipation of what is about to happen, triggers the curiosity of psychologists and cognitive scientists. But it also raises questions that attract the attention of the 'practitioners' of these mechanisms.
It is no coincidence that the performing arts have figured prominently in attempts to understand the dynamics of expectation. Over hundreds of years, poets, actors, comedians, and musicians have developed a whole range of techniques that make use of cognitive systems that manipulate audiences in their anticipation of future events. Tricks that feed peoples tendency to anticipate the next step.
During two events in Zaal 3, students of the ArtScience department (from the Royal Academy and Royal Conservatory in The Hague) will demonstrate a series of tension machines that allow them to explore these expectations and play with unexpected results.
students Nina Lezaic (NL), Kay Churcher (UK), Victor Ijnzonides (NL), Alida Glasbeek (NL), Mabel Calvert Verbruggen (UK), Sunna Svavarsdottir (ISL), Bjarte Wildeman (NL), Cemre Kara (TUR), Sophia Bulgakova (UKR)