Autumn is hither. We would like to invite you to Come Subba With Us, Julia Reidy & DJ Arif
To protect everyone’s safety – please read our guidelines via the link in our bio before attending the event. Find our guidelines here.
We will serve you a soup, made with help of Theo, of Theo’s Tuin – a small-scale garden that cultivates with respect to people and environment. We will cook you a soup with greens and vegetables that Theo didn’t sell at the market that week – fighting against waste. The soup is on us and Theo. The soup will be served with sourdough baguette from the RISE Bakery – a bakery and coffee shop located at the Albert Cuypstraat 208.
Thirsty? You can get a cocktail that’ll fit right in with the soup of that week, made with syrup of Roze Bunker – a team of ‘fruit butchers’ who create different soda’s in syrup form on their mission to fight waste and an unsustainable / inefficient distribution system of water in the soft-drink industry.
Tickets are free for Subbacultcha members and €15,- for non-members. Please make a reservation by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Julia Reidy’ in the subject line + your name in the email. Tickets can be purchased here.
You can only access the event with a valid QR code in the Corona Check App, in combination with a valid & matching ID. Getting a Covid QR code requires, either; full vaccination, proof of recovery, a negative test result within 24 hours before entering the event (via testenvoortoegang.org) or a valid EU DCC.
Julia Reidy, who has recently released on Slip, Black Truffle and Editions Mego, explores “unstable harmonic territories, rhythmic elasticity and abstract narrative over stretched, episodic forms”. Reidy makes music for processed and acoustic instruments, which are mostly guitars. The result is folk music that’s warped, pulled and contorted until it reaches never-discovered futuristic domains. Basking and bathing into the glistening light of a newly-risen sun, the arrangements screech, growl, and stumble, but are never left by a primordial feeling of reassurance and mystic.
Arif Kornweitz dabbles in a myriad of things. At the KIM Research Group, Arif explores “(in)compatibilities between AI ethical standards and humanitarian ethics, focusing on the principle of ‘first, do no harm’.” Other than than that Arif co-founded JA JA JA NEE NEE NEE – an online radio platform for contemporary art and design. But on the October 6th Arif will DJ whilst you enjoy your dinner and your company.