Friday the 4th Dec

5pm-8pm, LV bar Mc Curtain street.

OKC (The Unmotivated Artists Collective) presents ‘The Diaphragm Jam Tour’

Hosted by

Basement Project Space

Friday 4th December at 5pm – 8pm

Banned from Mezz Breda. Coming from the gutters of Eindhoven rises a new feministic metal monster. Loaded with some beats, noise and all kinds of greasy fluids they attack the audience and themselves. Vla-wrestling, while singing and shouting the most poetic dutch flavoured lyrics about blood from your wiener, smelly-shitfart and ejaculation. come sing together with Klara Klapperkut, SLUT, Candy Cameltoe, Gothchick666_suus and Hermien Kutschurft.

The OKC (Ongemotiveerd Kunstenaars Collectief ) is a group of young Dutch artists with a refreshing view of the world. Through
performances combined with music and video art they want to show their view on topics such as sexuality, intimacy, and perversity feminism to our audience. And this always in a humorous and unstrained way.

While graduating Nina de Wit and Liselotte de Groot developed the idea to form a collective. During their study on the St.Joost in Breda they didn’t like the competitive atmosphere among the students. They liked the idea of artists working together. Like the punks and rebels they wanted to kick against the established order. They formed a collective that seemd unmotivated, but instead motivated them to undertake more. They named it, ‘Het Ongemotiveerd Kunstenaars Collectief’. (The Unmotivated Artists Collective)

‘The unmotivated artists collective’ provided room for experimentation during their study. Because the atmosphere is totally free we can think of the most craziest things and then execute them. We are all specialized in completely different fields ( fine arts, photography, graphics and music). The collective allows us to work in other fields, and the group allows us to work together.

The OKC stands for any experimentation at any conceivable field whatsoever. We combine performance-art, music, fine arts, video-art and entertainment. Especially the contribution of music made the art accessible to the public.

it’s an experimental mix of music and performance art.

They are currently touring Ireland and are in Cork city for one night only.