A fairground packed with sound, art and wonder: that’s Abstractionpark 7090. On the Neude you can immerse yourself for free in a collection of wondrous sound installations, analogue machines, performances and soundscapes, collected by artists Nora Mulder, Koen Kaptijn and Bert Hana.
The 7090 collective has been presenting high-quality abstract sound art in an accessible manner for several years. With sound installations such as De Grom, De Grot and De Groet and performances called Kwat, Toet and Sop, they combine the wonderment of abstract art with the brightly coloured realism of the time-honoured fairground of old.
Nora Mulder, Koen Kaptijn, Bert Hana - performance, concept and direction
Yannis Kyriakides, Bart de Vrees, Eric de Clercq, Ji Youn Kang, Huba de Graaff - compositions
Han Buhrs, Yuri Landman, Nora Mulder, Koen Kaptijn, Niels Brouwer - sound art
Joris Speelman, Rodger Dignum, Sanne van Delft - set
Marcel van den Berg - visual arts
Hugo Herrera Tobón - design
Ron Ruiten - sound
James Murray - light
Sarah Vos: costumes