What we do

Stichting Tussenruimte is focused on creating and facilitating collaborative works on the intersection between performance and media. The outcomes of this work range from workshops, laboratories, performances, interventions and installations.

Stichting Tussenruimte was founded in 2015 by Setareh Fatehi and Frederick Rodrigues

Crosstalk Edition 1 Tehran 2015

We are looking for choreographers, dancers, performers, creative technicians, sound artists, visual/video artists and coders to apply for an open lab to explore techniques for collaboration between body and technology. Successful applicants will collaborate for two weeks in a nicely-equipped space (motion tracking equipment, sound systems, projectors and more) to create a series of experiments followed by an open studio. This lab will be held in Tehran from July 11th to July 24th, 2015. Follow the link for more details and to apply.

You don’t have to be in collaboration already to apply, you can work with other participants, (although if you are, invite your colleagues to apply as well).

The studio will be equipped with motion tracking equipment (fast HD Infra-red), Oculus Rift, Kinect 1 and 2, video cameras, projectors and audio as a basic minimum, depending on the needs of the participants this can be expanded.

This lab uses group discussion, guest presentations and free studio time (daily 10am-6pm) to facilitate the process of collaboration.

For the application we are not just looking for a great idea that combines these two fields, but a desire to create something new with others and the wish to reflect on that process. We especially encourage young makers to apply.

If you work with (un)stable media, live interaction, audio, video, bodies, your body or dancers read on for more details or to apply.

Re-Shape Tehran 2015

Re-shape Tehran aims to bring people together from different fields who are interested in doing strange things with technology; be they artist, engineer, musician, electrician, software developer, hermit, whatever. Regular meetings provide an opportunity for public discussion, peer review, exploration of ideas, experiments and finished works and also to solidify and invite growth, encouragement and collaboration in a community of curious people. These gatherings welcome not just nerds of any level, but anyone who is interested in technology to see what is being done in your city.