Photo : DJ Frietmachine © Max Hartman
DJ Frietmachine
Superhallo
(Netherlands)
Beats and chips!
Cloître Saint-Melaine will host two installations this year, the first of which is a wacky musical food shack. The wooden hut is manually-automated and is entirely dedicated to observing, selecting, weighing, examining, peeling, cutting and frying potatoes to make French fries – all to the sound of high-energy dance tunes from DJ Frietmachine. It’s a machine to get customers and potatoes dancing together!

Martijn Jansen and Selina Houwing, founders of Superhallo, have been working for years to showcase and transform everyday actions into wonderful, magical rituals with their sensory installations and interactive micro-performances. They have been touring Northern European festivals and events (in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Norway, Denmark and more) with Remix, Hoera!, Knol d’Amour and now DJ Frietmachine, turning chips into an excuse for a party.

Martijn throws a 45 onto the turntables and kicks off the potato-music machine. By the time the tune is coming to an end, the fries are ready. DJ Frietmachine gets chips and customers moving to some well-oiled tunes to produce the most dance-filled potato installation in the world!

BIOGRAPHY

Martijn Jansen and Selina Houwing, the two founders of Superhallo, have been designing sensory installations and micro-performances for ten years now, inviting spectators to participate in a personal adventure. In the happy world they have created, even everyday actions become miraculous events. In their own way, each of their installations, Remix, Hoera!, Knol d’Amour and DJ Frietmachine, offers an interactive experience that is full of surprises. Their creations are visually enticing and immediately attract attention. Their intimate and disarming approach is loved by younger and older audiences. There is no language barrier, since their storytelling is based around image, sound, smell and taste, which has enabled Superhallo to take their installations to festivals, parks and village squares in the Netherlands, their home country, but also in Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, Norway, Denmark and more. And now they are on their way to France for Les Tombées de la Nuit!

DISTRIBUTION

Conception, réalisation et jeu : Martijn Jansen et Selina Houwing.

Thursday 04 July 2019
17:00 > 19:00
Cloître de L’Église Saint-Mélaine, Rennes
Thursday 04 July 2019
20:00 > 22:00
Cloître de L’Église Saint-Mélaine, Rennes
Friday 05 July 2019
17:00 > 19:00
Cloître de L’Église Saint-Mélaine, Rennes
Friday 05 July 2019
20:00 > 22:00
Cloître de L’Église Saint-Mélaine, Rennes
Saturday 06 July 2019
16:30 > 18:30
Cloître de L’Église Saint-Mélaine, Rennes
Saturday 06 July 2019
20:00 > 22:00
Cloître de L’Église Saint-Mélaine, Rennes
Free
For everyone
Station de Métro : Sainte-Anne • Lignes de Bus : C3, arrêt Thabor - 31, arrêt George Sand - C1, C5, 9, 11, arrêt Sévigné • Station Vélo : Saint-Georges / Place Hoche
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