Participants sought for community art project
Published: 14 February 2013 Modified: 22 February 2013
More than 1,000 people are needed to take part in the community art project in The Hague called ‘Spuigenoten’. The volunteers will come together to form a human digital clock during the day on Wednesday, 6 March in Theater aan het Spui.
This film project celebrates the 20-year anniversary of Theater aan het Spui, which is located in The Hague’s city centre. The film of the human digital clock will then be shown daily in the theatre’s foyer.
Many people will be needed to make this 'Spuigenoten' project possible. Participants will be filmed sitting in the correct position to form a time slot, for example 11.30 hrs. Time slots will be applied every minute continuously for 16 hours in real time, from 10.00 to 2.00 hrs. People taking part are invited to register for one or more 40-minute periods to form the human clock.
To participate in this unique project, pick a time slot and register with a team of friends or colleagues. More information and registration (in Dutch) can be found at www.spuigenoten.nl. Together participants will show their moral support for the theatre in an artistic way.
If you would like to register or get more information in English, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.