Halfslaap - Lisa Weeda & BrotherTill
BrotherTill is an amalgamation of spoken word, electronic music and visual art. The two brothers have been working together in the performance arts for years. A concert? A performance? A performance with video? Or everything together? The duo has made a name for itself in recent years with intense multimedia, quite alienating and sometimes absurdist concepts where music, spoken word, video and performance art go together. The concept of the brothers van Til stimulates, bites and chafes, deeply appeals to the senses on several layers and is spectacularly colorful and visual.
Lisa Weeda writes, has made the literary program Beautiful Words in Utrecht for years, is co-host with the literary podcast Ondercast, moderates, interviews and teaches at ArtEZ and the Rockacademie Tilburg. Her work has appeared in Das Magazin, De Titaan, De Revisor, Tirade on De Optimist and Hard // Hoofd. In 2015-2016 she was part of the Slow Writing Lab, the talent program of the Dutch Foundation for Literature. In the summer of 2016 she traveled with deBuren to Paris. At the end of 2016, De Nieuwe Oost published her chapbook "The legs of Petrovski", which was awarded in NRC. In May 2017 she signed with De Bezige Bij for her debut. With team zzzap.me, she worked on a non-fiction VR installation about a woman in the village of Rozsypne, where part of the MH17 crashed.
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