Unfortunately, due to delays we won't be able to open WORM for this weekend's events. Tonight's event will take place at De Unie, which is walking distance from the Boomgaardsstraat and central station, please consult: De Unie for directions. Also notice the changed starting time (23:00!) We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to see you at the show regardless. (Props to the De Unie crew for helping us out on such short notice!).
The super 8 films of Paul Clipson are bodacious, lyrical, multilayered explorations of light and movement. Mostly edited in-camera, his films reveal the unseen rhythms, energy and sensuality of the everyday. A small-gauge giant of cinema, Clipson often performs his films with the musicians who score them and we’re delighted that he’ll take the stage tonight with Tarantel’s Jefre Cantu-Ledesma, one of his most distinguished and most frequent of collaborators.
Initially classed as a turntablist, Lucas Abela’s work rarely resembled anything in the field, early feats saw him stab vinyl with Kruger style stylus gloves, perform deaf defying duet duels with amplified samurai swords, etc. Over the years his turntablist roots have become almost unrecognizable evolving into his infamous glass show; Justice Yeldham, that re-defines the expression 'don't try this at home'.