The Windy Wooh is a performance project by visual artists Sylvie Zijlmans and Hewald Jongenelis on Zeeburgereiland, a newly developed residential area in East Amsterdam. The area is built on a site where there was an airfield for gliders during the Second World War and later a sewage treatment plant. Zijlmans and Jongenelis worked together with the residents to tell new, collective stories.

There are 5 Windy Wooh performances: Wind Is Coming, Look In – Look Out, Thin Wall Symphony, Breathtaking and Partycrasher. The project is made possible with support of The Mondriaan Fund, AFK, the Municipality of Amsterdam Stadsdeel Oost, Work & residential building Nautilus, Niessen & De Vries.