Contemporary artist Jan Hoek invited me to do a performance during 'L&F theatrum anatomicum' in the Waag, Amsterdam. It is the building whose main hall inspired Rembrandt's The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp. Coming all the way from the east of The Netherlands, we figured the people from Amsterdam would think we originated from the wild Veluwe, the largest wildlife sanctuary in The Netherlands. In honour of this misunderstanding, we decided to call ourselves 'UVV' (Ultra Violent Veluwe). I made a video starring pigs and mooses using found footage. Unfortunately, the audio of this performance was lost, as well as our time. Halfway through our show, the organisation decided to cut us short. Still, we had a lot of fun, and we are grateful for being invited.
Read the article about the whole evening on the PRESS page.