"There are always at least two ways of looking through a loophole"
Performance by David Bernstein
5 April 2014 at Walden Affairs, The Hague, NL

Cast: Mike Bailey, Hrafnhildur Helgadóttir, Sophia Holst, Joost Nieuwenburg, Mischa Poppe, Reynir Þór, Jennifer Teets, and Marianne Theunissen
Title by: Mark Geffriaud
Photos by: Gaby Felten

A touring performance happens through a connected building complex. In the exhibition room a host introduces us to the concept of the loophole and a mentalist magician reads our minds. We move onto the balcony and through a window into someone's home. We come back to the balcony to glance at an optical illusion, the mentalist has now become a tiny man. A pizza theory lecture is given and we head downstairs into a former restaurant where we find three unfolding objects. They are moved in different positions while a conversational poem is spoken. We conclude by going to the furthest part of the backyard garden where a lingering goat toast is told from a facebook post of Jennifer Teets.

"Reminder", David Bernstein 2014 

"Corner Window", Sophia Holst 2014 

Reynir Þór, our host 


Mike Bailey, the mentalist 







David Bernstein, 2014 



Pizza Theory 


David Bernstein, 2014 

in an object conversation
Joost Nieuwenburg & Mischa Poppe: in an object conversation



Hrafnhildur Helgadóttir
Drawings by Marianne Theunissen on: Hrafnhildur Helgadóttir's structure


"Double Rieškutės", David Bernstein: 2013


David Bernstein, 2010