For this special season finale edition of SAVED we are delighted to host LYZZA. LYZZA (1999) is a Brazilian-born, Netherlands based producer and vocalist who has been carving a space for herself in the electronic music and pop scene since her 2017 EP ‘Powerplay’ and has since traversed the sonic world showing her artistic potency, with multiple collaborations ranging from SHOWstudio and Mugler to producing for billboard-nominated activist and songstress Emel Mathlouthi and collaborating with Gabriel Massan on Third World: The Bottom Dimension, a project commissioned by Serpentine Galleries presented there this summer.
In recent years, LYZZA has been widely hailed as one of electronic music’s most promising young avant-pop producers with songs such as Ressaca and Deserve it. As a multidisciplinary artist she claims the label of sound designer as to her sound design within music production is a gateway to liberation of marginalized identities. Swerving through sonic and visual media she experiments with representation and image, as she did for the release of her latest EP MOSQUITO for which she created a short film with an impressive group of collaborators. Committed to empowering the transgressive potential of the underground she is active as community organizer through the nightlife collective X3, a project she founded and runs together with Sanae Tijou.
20:00-20:30 Walk in with drinks
20:30-21:30 Conversation between LYZZA and Jim van Geel (Curator Public Programme Young Design)
SAVED is organized as a part of the Young Design programme. This department of the museum develops exhibitions and public programmes for a young and diverse audience. The focus is on young design makers, young design users and contemporary society.