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Conflux Festival explores the broad and murky boundaries between humans and their machines over a four day program of innovative sound performances, live audiovisual presentations and experimental cinema showcases by a cross-section of internationally renowned artists, happening across a diverse range of environments throughout the city of Rotterdam.
Beginning on Thursday with a free opening concert at V11 and public sound art intervention at Plein 1940, participate in a special preview of Drew McDowall’s forthcoming album performed on elements of the Kinetic Sounds multichannel sound installation. On Friday, the concrete cathedral Brutus hosts an expanded cinema showcase of audiovisual works going beyond the traditional frame of a screen. On Saturday, visual artists and musicians present a series of immersive screen-based performances at the Arminius church, concluding on Sunday with an evening of experimental theatre and sound performances at WORM.
The opening performances at V11 and Plein 1940 are free of charge
20:00 dj Tijn & Noah at V11
21:00 Goldblum V11
21:45 Drew McDowall on Kinetic Sounds at Plein 1940
22:20 Daan Johan – Line AV at Plein 1940
22:35 Mint Park – Line AV at Plein 1940
23:00 dj Tijn & Noah at V11
Conflux is initiated by Klankvorm, supported by Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie, Mondriaan Fonds, Fonds 21 and Gemeente Rotterdam, and co-presented by V2_, WORM Rotterdam, Roodkapje, V11 and TU Delft.