The Blind Walk is a unique experimental performance in a public space where the audience and performers come together to co-create the performance. 

What is this performance??


In this performance, the audience will be walking around with their eyes closed in a public environment. It will be a space designed for our daily normal lives, not designed for performances or unconventional sensory experiences.


Throughout the performance, you will be accompanied by one of our guides who will support your safety on your journey, a journey which will open your bodily senses and trigger a new sensation of the world you live in.


The performance gives you a time and space in which your focus shifts from the outwards in.


Simultaneously, it makes you aware that we as human beings are conscious of our day-to-day interactions with things and the immediate surroundings.

In this opportunity at FASHIONCLASH festival, we will make a special version of Bind Walk performance. The performance will be a shortened version of the original; it will be easier to join and combine with other activities in the festival, please feel free to join.

Please note that you must sign up yourself before experiencing this performance!

for more information please check at the main venue.

Time: 18;15, 18:45, 19:15, 19:45, 20:15, 20:45,

21:15, 21:45, 22:15, 22:45

Place: SAM decofabriek (main venue at fashionclash)
Meerssenerweg 215,

6224 AE Maastricht, Nederland


(meeting spot is located right in front of main entrance at venue.)


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Special thanks to the team of fashionclash festival

and volunteers that made this performance possible:
Roshanak Morrowatian, Marika Meoli, Joany Uranka, Maxime Smeets

 Nabilah Noordin, Alex Piotrowska,  Vava Arifin,  Julia Stamm, Daniela Welzel





 

credit: 


Direction/Concept : Mami Izumi

Adviseer : Yvette van der Slik

Costume design : Verena Klein

Image design : Audrey Wang


Mami Izumi is produced by Gotra, co-produced by VIA ZUID


Blind Walk is supported by fashionclash festival 


fashionclash festival 

30.06.2017