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Stroom Den Haag Stroom Den Haag is an art center with a wide range of activities. The program focuses on the urban environment. https://www.stroom.nl Stroom Den Haag is a center for visual arts with a wide range of activities.

The program is based on the conviction that art offers new insights and makes an important contribution to the discussion about the city, culture and society. Stroom's policy is not committed to any particular movement. The centre is open to everyone with stimulating ideas or a need for information regarding art and the urban environment. It aims at being a hospitable and stimulating platform. Sta

The program is based on the conviction that art offers new insights and makes an important contribution to the discussion about the city, culture and society. Stroom's policy is not committed to any particular movement. The centre is open to everyone with stimulating ideas or a need for information regarding art and the urban environment. It aims at being a hospitable and stimulating platform. Sta

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🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤 Maksym RokmanikoMaksym Rokmaniko is the director of the Center for Spatial ...
14/10/2022

🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤

Maksym Rokmaniko

Maksym Rokmaniko is the director of the Center for Spatial Technologies (.info ), an open-source intelligence & public forensics investigative bureau based in Kyiv, temporarily operating out of Berlin.

Tomorrow, during the Reenactment seminar, Rokmaniko will be presenting the Center’s current investigation into the 16 March 2022 bombing of the Mariupol Theater. Working with 20 firsthand witnesses, Rokmaniko is collecting testimonies in collaboration with these survivors, considering their experience of the strike as a form of expertise. And with this, addresses the complex issues in re-constructing this atrocity, such as the risks of retraumatization in working with witnesses, and the legal notion of first-time testimony.

🔗Visit this link for more info & registration: https://fb.me/e/2uIK4ThWU

[image: Investigation into the Mariupol Theater Airstrike, Model Reconstruction, 2022, Center For Spatial Technologies. Image courtesy of Center for Spatial Technologies]

Last week, we had the pleasure of welcoming students from Artez hogeschool voor de kunsten ,Royal Academy of Art The Hag...
13/10/2022

Last week, we had the pleasure of welcoming students from Artez hogeschool voor de kunsten ,Royal Academy of Art The Hague - KABK Den Haag and Utrecht University to ‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’! Curator Ilga Minjon introduced them to the works & practices of all participating artists and sparked the conversation on one of the exhibition's main themes: existential kinship.

🕸Interested in a tour with your department or collective? Please get in touch via DM or email!

🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤 Bassem Saad and Sanja Grozdanić  This Saturday, artist and writer Bassem Sa...
12/10/2022

🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤

Bassem Saad and Sanja Grozdanić

This Saturday, artist and writer Bassem Saad ( ) and writer Sanja Grozdanić ( ) will present a staged reading of Permanent Trespass ‘(Beirut of the Balkans and the American Century).’ Their script-based performance questions representations of war and justice at different scales. In the excavation of national histories, multiple parties such as supremacist aggressors, victims of said aggressors, and/or the International Criminal Court are called upon. Saad and Grozdanić explore the historical rupture and infrastructure through performance and writing (essays & fiction).

🖇Visit this link for more info & registration: https://fb.me/e/2uIK4ThWU

[images: Permanent Tresspass (Beirut of the Balkans and the American Century), performed at Ashkal Alwan, Beirut. Image courtesy of the artists.]

🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤 Didem PekünIn her work Didem Pekün (1978, Istanbul) combines practice, rese...
10/10/2022

🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤

Didem Pekün

In her work Didem Pekün (1978, Istanbul) combines practice, research and pedagogy. Her essay films address how violence and displacement define and destroy life. ‘Disturbed Earth’ offers a reflection on the Srebrenica massacre and its reverberations today, and depicts a theatrical performance rehearsal shot in one day. Pekun portrays the bureaucratic incompetence by taking inspiration from the historical specificity and relates it to the present day; where bureaucrats are incapable of acting on time in the midst of climate catastrophe.

▪️During Reenactment (Saturday 15 october) we will screen Pekun’s acclaimed film, followed by a Q&A with the artist.

🖇Visit this link for more info & registration: https://fb.me/e/2uIK4ThWU

▫️Stroom would like to voice its concern for the freedom of speech of independent storytellers whose lives and livelihoods are at risk, by dedicating this program
to Turkish journalist and filmmaker Cigdem Mater, co-producer - with Didem Pekün - of Disturbed Earth.

[image: film still of ‘Disturbed Earth’, courtesy the artist]

The countdown to Museumnacht has begun! Only a few hours left...For Museumnacht Den Haag, we organized an open call for ...
08/10/2022

The countdown to Museumnacht has begun! Only a few hours left...

For Museumnacht Den Haag, we organized an open call for students and recent graduates of the Royal Academy of Art The Hague - KABK Den Haag to submit video works that explore the symbiotic relationships in nature and the role that technology plays in this.

We received wonderful submissions as a result from the open call! We would like to thank all artists for their efforts and for sharing their work. The selected films that will be on show during Museumnight are:

– Anastasija Kiake - Dutch Landscape
– Lucy Cordes Engelman - The Temple of Nehalennia
– Hattie Wade & Mauro Tosarelli - Tunnel Vision
– Dario di Paolantonio - The blind point
– Aiym Zhaishylyk - Concrete Enema
– Georgie Brinkman - All was Ocean! All was Joy! (Or, How the Humans Broke the Ocean's Heart)

🔗Tonight (20:00-01:00), all exhibitions will be on show and accessible, see our website for more information: https://bit.ly/3CFnIv6
🔗Tickets via Museumnacht Den Haag

[filmstill 'All was Ocean! All was Joy! (Or, How the Humans Broke the Ocean's Heart', courtesy of Georgie Brinkman]

On Saturday 15 October Stroom presents: Reenactment.This seminar explores reenactment as an artistic strategy, particula...
05/10/2022

On Saturday 15 October Stroom presents: Reenactment.

This seminar explores reenactment as an artistic strategy, particularly in relation to the staging of acts of state violence. It seeks to bring together artists and cultural practitioners who are working on reenactment of historical events, in order to exchange knowledge and tools.

Starting point for this program is the presentation of the new video work grounds for denial by Anna Dasović, momentarily on view until 16 Oct.

The program will feature contributions by Didem Pekün*, Bassem Saad &Sanja Grozdanic and Maksym Rokmaniko.

Read about the full programme: https://bit.ly/3SC0JGF
Register via our event link: https://fb.me/e/2uIK4ThWU

* Stroom would like to voice its concern for the freedom of speech of independent storytellers whose lives and livelihoods are at risk, by dedicating this program to Turkish journalist and filmmaker Cigdem Mater, co-producer - with Didem Pekün - of 'Disturbed Earth'.

image: filmstill ‘Disturbed Earth’, courtesy Didem Pekün

Thank you to all who joined for our opening last Saturday!‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’ is now open from Wedn...
03/10/2022

Thank you to all who joined for our opening last Saturday!

‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’ is now open from Wednesday to Sunday at 12.00 - 17.00hrs.

– We have also created audio versions of the exhibitions texts for , see the following link: https://bit.ly/3rpWbY5

– Following the opening, a public programme will take place in November. More information will be announced soon!

Special thanks to:
Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie and the Gemeente Den Haag

Natasha Tontey's work is co-commissioned by Auto Italia in London, in partnership with La Becque, Tour-de-Peilz, and Shedhalle Zürich.

The work of Risk Hazekamp + Scape Agency is made possible with funding by Stichting Stokroos, Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie and the support of Sabrina Botton.

from left to right: Lars van Vianen, Risk Hazekamp, Alexandra Landré, Ilga Mignon, Urok Shirhan, Natasha Tontey, Yeon Sung, Femke Herregraven.

So proud to announce the kick-off of the ⭐Stroom Young Talent Award. A program aimed at the artistic development of youn...
30/09/2022

So proud to announce the kick-off of the ⭐Stroom Young Talent Award. A program aimed at the artistic development of young artists. ✨✨

Yesterday we had the first meeting with artists Zela Odessa Palmer, Georgina Pantazopoulou, Jamal Ageli, Paulina Trzeciak, and their coaches Jeannette Slütter and Eliane Esther Bots.

To be continued! 😀

Jamal Ageli
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📣OPEN CALL - Apply for a studio visit by Katja Mater📣On Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October 2022 she will visit the studio...
24/09/2022

📣OPEN CALL - Apply for a studio visit by Katja Mater📣

On Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October 2022 she will visit the studios of The Hague based artists.

Katja Mater () is a visual artist, filmmaker, editor (), organizer and educator who studied at the and subsequently at the postdoctoral instituut in Amsterdam, with a practice that focuses on the parameters of photography and film as non-transparent media. By creating hybrids between photography, film, drawing, performance and installation Mater documents something that is often positioned beyond our human ability to see.

Are you an artist that is registered at Stroom and would you like to have the opportunity of a studio visit? Read more about Katja Mater’s practice and fields of interest + learn how to register via https://bit.ly/3C9Mva9.

 #70 is happening tonight! If en-route, make sure to stop by Stroom📍👉What’s on view?👈🟠A gripping new videowork ‘grounds ...
23/09/2022

#70 is happening tonight! If en-route, make sure to stop by Stroom📍

👉What’s on view?👈

🟠A gripping new videowork ‘grounds for denial’ by Anna Dasović, which resulted from fieldwork that she conducted this past Summer. While traversing, she documented the public spaces of Republika Sprska, Bosnia and Herzegovina – and studied how public space is increasingly shaped by representations of Serbian nationalism. In her work, she poses the paradoxical question how it is possible to represent something that is structurally erased.

🟠The current Positions presentation, in which the Hague based artist Alejandra López shows new work and work-in-progress as part of her research project on ecology and storytelling: ‘The Myth of the Silverfish’.

🟠You can also leaf through books that have been recently added to our bookstore, surrounding themes of our upcoming exhibition ‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’.

See you tonight!
7PM-11PM

[images: filmstill grounds of denial, courtesy the artist]

On view now and during Hoogtij this Friday: Alejandra López!López (Ale Looma) shows new work and work-in-progress as par...
21/09/2022

On view now and during Hoogtij this Friday: Alejandra López!

López (Ale Looma) shows new work and work-in-progress as part of her research project on ecology and storytelling: ‘The Myth of the Silverfish’. Here, she proposes the question:

“How can we learn to coexist with non-humanness, when our world and our understanding of it is so profoundly driven by human rationality and binary ideas of fiction and truth?”

In her practice, López starts with the creation of spatial installations with a variety of objects. These spatial compositions are then translated into drawings, and these drawings form blueprints for future installations.

➿About Positions:
This year round programme features artists based in The Hague and showcases both new work and work in progress, showing the great diversity of their practice.

➿Read more about Alejandra López and Positions via https://bit.ly/3DQmkH7

✨We are proud to present ‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’ — opening October 1st!✨Our new group exhibition will p...
19/09/2022

✨We are proud to present ‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’ — opening October 1st!✨

Our new group exhibition will present works full poetic perspectives that make us (more) aware of the symbiotic relationship between humans, technology and nature. Five participating artists will present new imaginations to experience kinship — heightening our awareness & connectedness with all forms of ‘life’;

Risk Hazekamp + Scape Agency, Femke Herregraven, Urok Shirhan, Yeon Sung and Natasha Tontéy

Join us on October 1st at 5PM to look at the world around us from a different perspective: from the sea, the clouds and the soil.

🔗In the upcoming weeks we’ll introduce you to participating artists and their practices, stay tuned or read more via:
https://www.stroom.nl/activiteiten/tentoonstelling.php?t_id=4902805

(Graphic) Design enthusiasts, rejoice!Join us tomorrow, Tuesday 6 september, for 'New Signatures': a new edition of the ...
05/09/2022

(Graphic) Design enthusiasts, rejoice!

Join us tomorrow, Tuesday 6 september, for 'New Signatures': a new edition of the Monthly Designers Café, Zefir Zeven. Every year Zefir7 gives the stage to talented graduates to present their work, a programme organized in collaboration with Stroom and Beroepsorganisatie Nederlandse Ontwerpers (Association of Dutch Designers).

For edition of ‘New Signatures’ we welcome:

Hyeonjeong Joo, Isa Defesche, Giang Huong Thi Nguyen, Marcos Kueh and Paulina Trzeciak

Free entrance
Doors open: 20:00
Programme starts: 20:30
Event: https://fb.me/e/9fmqRKKMF

Image: Paulina Trzeciak: Chasers of Promise - Towards Desirable Future(s)

23/08/2022

Today marks the premiere of a weekly (Dutch) series by Omroep West and BkDH.nl called “Wat een Verbeelding!” (What an imagination!).

🔹The series explores the backstory of the public artworks found in various areas of The Hague. Each episode will dive into questions that come to mind when encountering these works of art: Why is it here? Who is the artist? What does it mean? and above all: Do residents -and also, the city itself- derive pleasure from these works?

🔹 First episode tours Leidschenveen-Ypenburg with a.o. Huang Yong Ping’s ‘Ling Zhi Helicopters’ and Theo Janssens ‘Strandbeesten to Ingrid Mol’s Birds.

🔗Tune in every Tuesday at 17.15h at Omroep West or visit bkdh.nl
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Nieuwe serie over kunst in de openbare ruimte
Vandaag lanceren Omroep West en BkDH.nleen nieuwe, wekelijkse, serie over de 500 kunstwerken die in de Haagse openbare ruimte te vinden zijn!

🔹De serie duikt in het verhaal achter deze openbare kunstwerken in Den Haag. Elke aflevering stelt de vragen die regelmatig bij de kijker opkomen: Waarom staat het werk hier? Wie is de kunstenaar? Wat betekent het? en vooral: Ontlenen de bewoners -en ook de stad zelf- plezier aan deze werken?

🔹In de eerste aflevering verkennen ze Leidschenveen-Ypenburg, waar o.a. Huang Yong Ping's 'Ling Zhi Helikopters' en Theo Janssen’s 'Strandbeesten' en de vogels van Ingrid Mol te vinden zijn.

🔗Kijk op dinsdagen vanaf 17.15 uur Omroep West of zie bkdh.nl
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‘Wat een Verbeelding' is een initiatief van Marko Fehres' 1 World Foundation en kwam tot stand in samenwerking met TV West en BuitenkunstDenHaag.nl / Stroom

✨OPEN CALL for Museumnacht 2022✨Are you studying at the Royal Academy of Art The Hague - KABK Den Haag (BA/MA), or have ...
08/08/2022

✨OPEN CALL for Museumnacht 2022✨

Are you studying at the Royal Academy of Art The Hague - KABK Den Haag (BA/MA), or have you graduated within the last 5 years? We are calling all KABK students/alumni whose artistic practices relate to kinship, ecology, climate change and decolonization to submit their work for Museumnacht Den Haag at Stroom!

During Museumnacht (8 october) we are organizing a screening programme — as part of our upcoming exhibition From the 𝑭𝒓𝒐𝒎 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝑺𝒆𝒂 𝒕𝒐 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝑪𝒍𝒐𝒖𝒅𝒔 𝒕𝒐 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝑺𝒐𝒊𝒍 — and your video work can be part of the line up!

📍Deadline: 11 September
📍A participation fee is available for the selected video works.

Find out how to submit your short film & discover if it resonates with the exhibition themes via https://bit.ly/3JE5GLp.

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Stroom Den Haag is an art center with a wide range of activities. Starting from the visual arts, architecture, urban planning and design the program focuses on the urban environment. Stroom's policy is not committed to any particular movement. The centre is open to everyone with stimulating ideas or a need for information regarding art and the urban environment. It aims at being a hospitable and stimulating platform. Starting from this mentality Stroom, in collaboration with other institutions, wants to contribute to the permanent development of the reflection on the city and the part that can be played by the visual arts in this context. Stroom organizes exhibitions, projects, lectures, workshops and excursions. It initiates research and debates to stimulate the transfer of knowledge and the development of ideas concerning art, architecture and related disciplines. Within this context Stroom expands its library and issues publications. In addition, Stroom's policy is focused on stimulating the art climate of The Hague and improving the visibility of art and artists from The Hague. The topic of ‘being public' is the connecting factor between many of Stroom's activities. Stroom mediates, advises and offers suggestions to artists and supports a large number of projects in public space. The name Stroom was chosen because it stands for energy and movement. Stroom Den Haag is supported financially by the city of The Hague. The program is also made possible by the Mondriaan Fund. OPENING HOURS Office: Monday to Friday, 11:00 am - 5 pm Exhibition space: Wednesday to Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5 pm Library: Wednesday to Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5 pm (during the installation of a new show, the library is closed in the weekend). Stroom Den Haag is closed on January 1, Easter Sunday, Pentecost Sunday and the first day of Christmas (December 25). Stroom Den Haag is accessible for people in wheelchairs.

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🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤

Maksym Rokmaniko

Maksym Rokmaniko is the director of the Center for Spatial Technologies (.info ), an open-source intelligence & public forensics investigative bureau based in Kyiv, temporarily operating out of Berlin.

Tomorrow, during the Reenactment seminar, Rokmaniko will be presenting the Center’s current investigation into the 16 March 2022 bombing of the Mariupol Theater. Working with 20 firsthand witnesses, Rokmaniko is collecting testimonies in collaboration with these survivors, considering their experience of the strike as a form of expertise. And with this, addresses the complex issues in re-constructing this atrocity, such as the risks of retraumatization in working with witnesses, and the legal notion of first-time testimony.

🔗Visit this link for more info & registration: https://fb.me/e/2uIK4ThWU

[image: Investigation into the Mariupol Theater Airstrike, Model Reconstruction, 2022, Center For Spatial Technologies. Image courtesy of Center for Spatial Technologies]
Last week, we had the pleasure of welcoming students from Artez hogeschool voor de kunsten ,Royal Academy of Art The Hague - KABK Den Haag and Utrecht University to ‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’! Curator Ilga Minjon introduced them to the works & practices of all participating artists and sparked the conversation on one of the exhibition's main themes: existential kinship.

🕸Interested in a tour with your department or collective? Please get in touch via DM or email!
🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤

Bassem Saad and Sanja Grozdanić

This Saturday, artist and writer Bassem Saad ( ) and writer Sanja Grozdanić ( ) will present a staged reading of Permanent Trespass ‘(Beirut of the Balkans and the American Century).’ Their script-based performance questions representations of war and justice at different scales. In the excavation of national histories, multiple parties such as supremacist aggressors, victims of said aggressors, and/or the International Criminal Court are called upon. Saad and Grozdanić explore the historical rupture and infrastructure through performance and writing (essays & fiction).

🖇Visit this link for more info & registration: https://fb.me/e/2uIK4ThWU

[images: Permanent Tresspass (Beirut of the Balkans and the American Century), performed at Ashkal Alwan, Beirut. Image courtesy of the artists.]
🟤Reenactment – Introducing the contributors🟤

Didem Pekün

In her work Didem Pekün (1978, Istanbul) combines practice, research and pedagogy. Her essay films address how violence and displacement define and destroy life. ‘Disturbed Earth’ offers a reflection on the Srebrenica massacre and its reverberations today, and depicts a theatrical performance rehearsal shot in one day. Pekun portrays the bureaucratic incompetence by taking inspiration from the historical specificity and relates it to the present day; where bureaucrats are incapable of acting on time in the midst of climate catastrophe.

▪️During Reenactment (Saturday 15 october) we will screen Pekun’s acclaimed film, followed by a Q&A with the artist.

🖇Visit this link for more info & registration: https://fb.me/e/2uIK4ThWU

▫️Stroom would like to voice its concern for the freedom of speech of independent storytellers whose lives and livelihoods are at risk, by dedicating this program
to Turkish journalist and filmmaker Cigdem Mater, co-producer - with Didem Pekün - of Disturbed Earth.

[image: film still of ‘Disturbed Earth’, courtesy the artist]
The countdown to Museumnacht has begun! Only a few hours left...

For Museumnacht Den Haag, we organized an open call for students and recent graduates of the Royal Academy of Art The Hague - KABK Den Haag to submit video works that explore the symbiotic relationships in nature and the role that technology plays in this.

We received wonderful submissions as a result from the open call! We would like to thank all artists for their efforts and for sharing their work. The selected films that will be on show during Museumnight are:

– Anastasija Kiake - Dutch Landscape
– Lucy Cordes Engelman - The Temple of Nehalennia
– Hattie Wade & Mauro Tosarelli - Tunnel Vision
– Dario di Paolantonio - The blind point
– Aiym Zhaishylyk - Concrete E***a
– Georgie Brinkman - All was Ocean! All was Joy! (Or, How the Humans Broke the Ocean's Heart)

🔗Tonight (20:00-01:00), all exhibitions will be on show and accessible, see our website for more information: https://bit.ly/3CFnIv6
🔗Tickets via Museumnacht Den Haag

[filmstill 'All was Ocean! All was Joy! (Or, How the Humans Broke the Ocean's Heart', courtesy of Georgie Brinkman]
On Saturday 15 October Stroom presents: Reenactment.

This seminar explores reenactment as an artistic strategy, particularly in relation to the staging of acts of state violence. It seeks to bring together artists and cultural practitioners who are working on reenactment of historical events, in order to exchange knowledge and tools.

Starting point for this program is the presentation of the new video work grounds for denial by Anna Dasović, momentarily on view until 16 Oct.

The program will feature contributions by Didem Pekün*, Bassem Saad &Sanja Grozdanic and Maksym Rokmaniko.

Read about the full programme: https://bit.ly/3SC0JGF
Register via our event link: https://fb.me/e/2uIK4ThWU

* Stroom would like to voice its concern for the freedom of speech of independent storytellers whose lives and livelihoods are at risk, by dedicating this program to Turkish journalist and filmmaker Cigdem Mater, co-producer - with Didem Pekün - of 'Disturbed Earth'.

image: filmstill ‘Disturbed Earth’, courtesy Didem Pekün
Thank you to all who joined for our opening last Saturday!

‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’ is now open from Wednesday to Sunday at 12.00 - 17.00hrs.

– We have also created audio versions of the exhibitions texts for , see the following link: https://bit.ly/3rpWbY5

– Following the opening, a public programme will take place in November. More information will be announced soon!

Special thanks to:
Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie and the Gemeente Den Haag

Natasha Tontey's work is co-commissioned by Auto Italia in London, in partnership with La Becque, Tour-de-Peilz, and Shedhalle Zürich.

The work of Risk Hazekamp + Scape Agency is made possible with funding by Stichting Stokroos, Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie and the support of Sabrina Botton.

from left to right: Lars van Vianen, Risk Hazekamp, Alexandra Landré, Ilga Mignon, Urok Shirhan, Natasha Tontey, Yeon Sung, Femke Herregraven.
So proud to announce the kick-off of the ⭐Stroom Young Talent Award. A program aimed at the artistic development of young artists. ✨✨

Yesterday we had the first meeting with artists Zela Odessa Palmer, Georgina Pantazopoulou, Jamal Ageli, Paulina Trzeciak, and their coaches Jeannette Slütter and Eliane Esther Bots.

To be continued! 😀

Jamal Ageli
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📣OPEN CALL - Apply for a studio visit by Katja Mater📣

On Friday 14 and Saturday 15 October 2022 she will visit the studios of The Hague based artists.

Katja Mater () is a visual artist, filmmaker, editor (), organizer and educator who studied at the and subsequently at the postdoctoral instituut in Amsterdam, with a practice that focuses on the parameters of photography and film as non-transparent media. By creating hybrids between photography, film, drawing, performance and installation Mater documents something that is often positioned beyond our human ability to see.

Are you an artist that is registered at Stroom and would you like to have the opportunity of a studio visit? Read more about Katja Mater’s practice and fields of interest + learn how to register via https://bit.ly/3C9Mva9.

#70 is happening tonight! If en-route, make sure to stop by Stroom📍

👉What’s on view?👈

🟠A gripping new videowork ‘grounds for denial’ by Anna Dasović, which resulted from fieldwork that she conducted this past Summer. While traversing, she documented the public spaces of Republika Sprska, Bosnia and Herzegovina – and studied how public space is increasingly shaped by representations of Serbian nationalism. In her work, she poses the paradoxical question how it is possible to represent something that is structurally erased.

🟠The current Positions presentation, in which the Hague based artist Alejandra López shows new work and work-in-progress as part of her research project on ecology and storytelling: ‘The Myth of the Silverfish’.

🟠You can also leaf through books that have been recently added to our bookstore, surrounding themes of our upcoming exhibition ‘From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil’.

See you tonight!
7PM-11PM

[images: filmstill grounds of denial, courtesy the artist]
On view now and during Hoogtij this Friday: Alejandra López!

López (Ale Looma) shows new work and work-in-progress as part of her research project on ecology and storytelling: ‘The Myth of the Silverfish’. Here, she proposes the question:

“How can we learn to coexist with non-humanness, when our world and our understanding of it is so profoundly driven by human rationality and binary ideas of fiction and truth?”

In her practice, López starts with the creation of spatial installations with a variety of objects. These spatial compositions are then translated into drawings, and these drawings form blueprints for future installations.

➿About Positions:
This year round programme features artists based in The Hague and showcases both new work and work in progress, showing the great diversity of their practice.

➿Read more about Alejandra López and Positions via https://bit.ly/3DQmkH7
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Andere Kunstgalerie in The Hague (alles zien)

Smelik & Stokking Galleries Panorama Mesdag Fine Art Gallery De Twee Pauwen Arte sin Limites Studio Gallery Livingstone gallery Chinese kunstnijverheid Chiefs & Spirits WOTH Wonderful Things Magazine Haagse Kunstkring Atelier de Kunstvlieg Moofers Clothing LVMK Galerie Het Cleyne Huys Galerie First Class Art Galerie Helder/Projects Art & Living