The Oceans Academy Of Arts: Workshops for Children

Page Not Found hosted series of Sunday workshops for children, which were choreographed by The Oceans Academy of Arts. The Oceans Academy Of Arts (OAOA), founded by Ola Vasiljeva, is an anonymous and hybrid art collective, which functions as a platform for ideas about art, culture and their representation thereof. As part of OAOA, Vasiljeva […]

Evita Vasiljeva: If You Can’t, Engage.

Page Not Found was delighted to host a talk by Evita Vasiljeva about her publication “If You Can’t, Engage”. She introduced the way how she worked on this book as a sculpture, together with designer Mislav Žugaj. For this project, she says, “Photoshop was my studio, toolbox and exhibition space”. This talk will also delve […]

Bernice Nauta: A Dialogue Between Two Coordinates

Page Not Found was delighted to invite our audiences to a talk by Bernice Nauta in collaboration with Alexandra Martens Serrano, with a guest performance by Jip Piet Hilhorst.  Bernice Nauta recently returned from a working period in Mexico City where she created a radio show and published a zine in collaboration with Alexandra Martens […]

Ceel Mogami de Haas and Arvo Leo: Le Jardin Sauvage (Hoogtij#52)

For  the occasion of Hoogtij#52, Page Not Found invited artists Ceel Mogami de Haas and Arvo Leo for a one-night intervention of their choosing in our space. They proposed a video screening and a performance inspired by their respective publications. The artists showed two computer-generated animations, “Subliminal Seduction” and “Glas”, installed in the passage of […]

Mahmoud Bakhshi: Night, Blackness and Other Stories…

This time Page Not Found invited the audience for a dialogue with Mahmoud Bakhshi. Born in 1977 in Tehran (Iran), Mahmoud Bakhshi lives and works between his hometown and Amsterdam. In 2001, he graduated with a BA in Sculpture from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Tehran. In 2014, he attended the […]

Bertus Gerssen: In Situ

Page Not Found was happy to invite Bertus Gerssen to talk about his photobook “In Situ”. The publication is the result of a three-year photographic journey into the underground music scene of Den Haag. “In Situ” seizes that scene and its actors, met at techno parties, punk gigs and experimental concerts in squats, basement bars […]

Margaret Haines: Love With Stranger x Coco

To start our programme of public events, Page Not Found was delighted to invite Margaret Haines to talk about her practice and research. In particular, she read excerpts from an upcoming book exploring her role as a board member of the Cameron Parsons Foundation since 2014, a recent curatorial junket at agnès b. presenting ephemera […]

The Reading Room: Reading Interventions

Page Not Found and The Reading Room are delighted to invite you to participate in our new program. The Reading Room is a series of reading sessions revolving around short texts provided by invited guests — contemporary researchers, cultural theorists, philosophers and artists — who join us to provide insight and context to the topics […]

Opinionated Aquarium – exhibition by Koen Taselaar

We’re excited to invite you to Koen Taselaar’s first solo show in The Hague. “Opinionated Aquarium” illustrates the diversity and width of Taselaar’s practice, which playfully embraces tapestry, sculpture, illustration and printed matter. Page Not Found got first acquainted with Taselaar’s work through his publications “Dyslectic Melody” and “Myslectic Delody”. These risograph-printed editions combine fluorescent […]

Artist Talk by Koen Taselaar

At the occasion of The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend, Koen Taselaar gives a talk introducing his practice and presents his latest publication, made in collaboration with students of the University of the Arts, Utrecht. Koen Taselaar (Rotterdam, 1986) graduated from the Willem de Kooning Academy. His work has been recently exhibited in Centraal Museum Utrecht, […]

⚪️⚪️⚪️This Friday during @hoogtijdenhaag we showcase “Moving Dots Speaking About Dots #2”- a collaborative publication made by Knust Press, Corners Studio (Seoul) and artists Rogier Arents (NL) and Bird Pit (KR). 

⚪️For this publication both designers have reflected upon the core theme of the dot. Bird Pit transformed the dots into characters of his coloured pencil illustrations. Arents’ dots reflect the movements of the moon and its trajectory. The result is a playful publication that can be browsed in any direction and orientation.

🤍Come flip through this wonderful publication in whatever way you desire!

⚪️Design by @dongbinhan , who made the cover artwork for the publication.

#movingdotsspeakingaboutdots #hoogtijdenhaag #knustpress #cornersstudio #rogierarents #birdpit

⚪️⚪️⚪️This Friday during @hoogtijdenhaag we showcase “Moving Dots Speaking About Dots #2”- a collaborative publication made by Knust Press, Corners Studio (Seoul) and artists Rogier Arents (NL) and Bird Pit (KR).

⚪️For this publication both designers have reflected upon the core theme of the dot. Bird Pit transformed the dots into characters of his coloured pencil illustrations. Arents’ dots reflect the movements of the moon and its trajectory. The result is a playful publication that can be browsed in any direction and orientation.

🤍Come flip through this wonderful publication in whatever way you desire!

⚪️Design by @dongbinhan , who made the cover artwork for the publication.

#movingdotsspeakingaboutdots #hoogtijdenhaag #knustpress #cornersstudio #rogierarents #birdpit
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🧮 From 1-5 June Anja Groten and @hackersanddesigners welcome you to the installation and workshop series “Figuring Things Out Together — Exploring the ‘Workshop’ as a concept and format for collective learning and publishing.”

🔴Manifold contexts shape articulations around workshops, different workshop meanings, materializations, practices, and legacies. The ‘workshop’ – an ambiguous yet popular format for time-boxed collaboration is co-opted frequently, crossing boundaries between art and activism, between different disciplines and institutions, between commercial and educational contexts. 

🔴As a flexible format, the workshop seems to fulfil momentary needs and supposedly can be adapted to ‘any’ context, tackling ‘any’ issue. However, the workshop, in its temporary, semi-committed, ad-hoc utterances, needs to be considered also as a consequence of uncertain times, contingent and fragmented work and social relations. 

🔴Drawing from the workshop-based practice of the Hackers & Designers collective this installation (built with the fanfare display system) and workshop series focuses on the relation of workshops, collective practices and self-publishing, posing the question how collective practices can negotiate their socio-material conditions in critical, creative and conscious ways, and develop subtle but effective tactics to ‘stay in touch’ with each other and with the different environments they interact with. 

🧮 Check out the link in our bio for the full programme and RSVP info!

#hackersanddesigners #pagenotfoundinvite

🧮 From 1-5 June Anja Groten and @hackersanddesigners welcome you to the installation and workshop series “Figuring Things Out Together — Exploring the ‘Workshop’ as a concept and format for collective learning and publishing.”

🔴Manifold contexts shape articulations around workshops, different workshop meanings, materializations, practices, and legacies. The ‘workshop’ – an ambiguous yet popular format for time-boxed collaboration is co-opted frequently, crossing boundaries between art and activism, between different disciplines and institutions, between commercial and educational contexts.

🔴As a flexible format, the workshop seems to fulfil momentary needs and supposedly can be adapted to ‘any’ context, tackling ‘any’ issue. However, the workshop, in its temporary, semi-committed, ad-hoc utterances, needs to be considered also as a consequence of uncertain times, contingent and fragmented work and social relations.

🔴Drawing from the workshop-based practice of the Hackers & Designers collective this installation (built with the fanfare display system) and workshop series focuses on the relation of workshops, collective practices and self-publishing, posing the question how collective practices can negotiate their socio-material conditions in critical, creative and conscious ways, and develop subtle but effective tactics to ‘stay in touch’ with each other and with the different environments they interact with.

🧮 Check out the link in our bio for the full programme and RSVP info!

#hackersanddesigners #pagenotfoundinvite
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