On 3 February, the Dutch Metropole Orchestra will perform Eye Trap, conducted by Ernst van Tiel and in cooperation with the Muziekinstituut MultiMedia (MiMM) and artist Germaine Kruip. The musical work is a new soundtrack, but not for a film. It was specially written for one of the most spectacular panoramas in the city: the view from the Cruise Terminal at sunset. In front of the spectators’ very eyes, lies the Nieuwe Maas river, the Erasmus Bridge and the North Bank of Rotterdam.
Germaine Kruip, who has often worked with the ingress of light, architecture, composition and the passing of time in her works of art and installations, puts the audience in front of an enormous real-time screen. The viewer allows events to pass by and learns to take a second look at reality.
Fri 3-2 17:00, Cruise Terminal.



Filmmaker
Germaine Kruip
Country
Netherlands
Year
2012
Medium
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Length
90’
Language
Music
Loek Dikker, Bob Zimmerman, Renger Koning, Stan Koch, Toon Vieijra, Paul van Vulpen, Than van Nispen, Harry de Wit, Yorick Goldewijk, Vincent de Koning, Jos Jansen, Ad van Dongen
Cast
Metropole Orkest