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How it makes you move
Kunsthuis Syb Triennale: Sfear fan Ynset, Beetsterzwaag, 2015

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An installation of prints that break down 'techniques of the body' in existing and
non-existing games, vinyl floor markings for a possible game, and a number of
balls inside and outside the exhibition space. During the performance, a group of
local school children demonstrate how to play games they invented – based on
collaboration rather than competition – and the new techniques required for this.
The games were developed during a series of workshops over six weeks, and
include drawing the playing field markings as part of a game.

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Part of Festival of Sports, curated by Rieke Vos
Photography by Eric Giraudet de Boudemange and Emilio Moreno
Press: Metropolis M