XPUB & PNF present: This Box Found You For A Reason — Special Issue #17 launch

Page Not Found and the Master Experimental Publishing (XPUB) at the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, invite you to the launch of the Special Issue “This Box Found You For A Reason”. Under the guidance of artist Lídia Pereira and the XPUB staff, the master students explored how features of (video)games are making us more, not less, productive. Life and work are ‘gamified’ through social […]

Rewire Festival: RITUAL

As Rewire Festival 2022 fills The Hague with cutting-edge music, it also lands at Page Not Found on 8, 9 and 10 April. RITUAL invites you into an experimental series that explores the many different elements that form a ritual. Rituals, as symbolic acts, represent and pass on the values and orders on which a community […]

Living Archives: Book Conservation Workshop with Giovanni Pagani

The Hague-based artist Marianna Maruyama is our 2022 artist-in-residence! During the residency, Maruyama will unfold her long-term research around termite colonies in the program “Living Archives”. For this event, she is honored to invite the Italian accredited conservator Giovanni Pagani to discuss the basic principles of conservation and preservation from an ethical standpoint, while exploring […]

🍸Here’s looking at you!

🌱With joy we welcome you to the launch of @annemariewadlow ’s new book “Women Looking at Women Looking at Women: Reclaiming Histories of Women in the Arts and Proposing Models to Facilitate Future Friendships”.

✨In 2020 Wadlow won the first Page Not Found Thesis Award, celebrating the thesis which integrates most strongly its own dissemination. Together we proudly present “Women Looking at Women Looking at Women”, now published by Page Not Found.

🪞In what ways have women artists come together to investigate their own image? This publication delves into histories of feminist and queer collective practice, expanding on the various ways women claim agency of their identity, via collaborations that connect intergenerational and far-away friendships. 

🔎Each chapter features artistic and theoretical case studies that discuss images produced by women artists, about women artists; proposing that to gaze upon someone represented with care and autonomy provides more affirmative ways to relate to ourselves. It discovers that to pay homage to overlooked knowledge of women artists builds a case for the artist as researcher. Only by engaging in both roles can we unveil what is not taught in the mainstream and inspire a more inclusive, generous future.

🤝Every aspect of the book’s design is a collaborative endeavour, expanding the notion of individual authorship. It is with this sentiment that creating the publication became research in itself, via collaboration with both direct peers and an extended genealogy.

💫“Women Looking at Women Looking at Women” is designed by Marijn van der Leeuw, Esther Vane, India Scrimgeour, Hannah Williams and Annemarie Wadlow.

#annemariewadlow #womenlookingatwomenlookingatwomen #pagenotfoundpublishing #femaleartists #pagenotfoundinvite #pagenotfoundthehague #artisticresearch #contemporaryfemaleartists

🍸Here’s looking at you!

🌱With joy we welcome you to the launch of @annemariewadlow ’s new book “Women Looking at Women Looking at Women: Reclaiming Histories of Women in the Arts and Proposing Models to Facilitate Future Friendships”.

✨In 2020 Wadlow won the first Page Not Found Thesis Award, celebrating the thesis which integrates most strongly its own dissemination. Together we proudly present “Women Looking at Women Looking at Women”, now published by Page Not Found.

🪞In what ways have women artists come together to investigate their own image? This publication delves into histories of feminist and queer collective practice, expanding on the various ways women claim agency of their identity, via collaborations that connect intergenerational and far-away friendships.

🔎Each chapter features artistic and theoretical case studies that discuss images produced by women artists, about women artists; proposing that to gaze upon someone represented with care and autonomy provides more affirmative ways to relate to ourselves. It discovers that to pay homage to overlooked knowledge of women artists builds a case for the artist as researcher. Only by engaging in both roles can we unveil what is not taught in the mainstream and inspire a more inclusive, generous future.

🤝Every aspect of the book’s design is a collaborative endeavour, expanding the notion of individual authorship. It is with this sentiment that creating the publication became research in itself, via collaboration with both direct peers and an extended genealogy.

💫“Women Looking at Women Looking at Women” is designed by Marijn van der Leeuw, Esther Vane, India Scrimgeour, Hannah Williams and Annemarie Wadlow.

#annemariewadlow #womenlookingatwomenlookingatwomen #pagenotfoundpublishing #femaleartists #pagenotfoundinvite #pagenotfoundthehague #artisticresearch #contemporaryfemaleartists
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On Friday 1 July Page Not Found will remain closed in honor of Keti Koti.

We believe Keti Koti should be a national day of remembrance and celebration, a day on which we’re free. To commemorate the abolishment of slavery and to celebrate freedom.

The effects of our colonial past continue to permiate the present. But after almost 150 years, 1 July has not been officially acknowledged yet. Together we can change this. For more information go to @the_blackarchives 

#ketikoti #ketikotidenhaag #nationalefeestdag #nationalholiday #1juliketikoti #1julivrij

On Friday 1 July Page Not Found will remain closed in honor of Keti Koti.

We believe Keti Koti should be a national day of remembrance and celebration, a day on which we’re free. To commemorate the abolishment of slavery and to celebrate freedom.

The effects of our colonial past continue to permiate the present. But after almost 150 years, 1 July has not been officially acknowledged yet. Together we can change this. For more information go to @the_blackarchives

#ketikoti #ketikotidenhaag #nationalefeestdag #nationalholiday #1juliketikoti #1julivrij
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🧹Come visit Marianna Maruyama’s solo exhibition “Six Blue Things”!

🌀Enjoy the scent of incense and the (imagined) company of termites, while spending time with Maruyama’s contemplative works

🐜Swing by during the upcoming @thehaguecontemporary Art Weekend, 2 & 3 July. 
On Friday 1 July we will remain closed for Keti Koti.

💙Or during our regular opening times, Wednesday through Sunday from 13:00-18:00. The exhibition is on view until 17 July

🪔From the beautiful exhibition text written by Maruyama:

“Once you feel you’ve got a grasp on something, whether its termites, or identity, or history, or your partner - there’s a tendency to stop looking. So I try to stay as close as possible to termites. That way I can appreciate the endlessly growing field of my ignorance”

Work pictured: “Accoutrements”, incense burners, brushes, broom, and raku ceramics, 2022

📷 @stevenmaybury 

#mariannamaruyama #sixbluethings #thehagueartists #thehaguecontemporary #thehaguecontemporaryartweekend
#termites

🧹Come visit Marianna Maruyama’s solo exhibition “Six Blue Things”!

🌀Enjoy the scent of incense and the (imagined) company of termites, while spending time with Maruyama’s contemplative works

🐜Swing by during the upcoming @thehaguecontemporary Art Weekend, 2 & 3 July.
On Friday 1 July we will remain closed for Keti Koti.

💙Or during our regular opening times, Wednesday through Sunday from 13:00-18:00. The exhibition is on view until 17 July

🪔From the beautiful exhibition text written by Maruyama:

“Once you feel you’ve got a grasp on something, whether its termites, or identity, or history, or your partner - there’s a tendency to stop looking. So I try to stay as close as possible to termites. That way I can appreciate the endlessly growing field of my ignorance”

Work pictured: “Accoutrements”, incense burners, brushes, broom, and raku ceramics, 2022

📷 @stevenmaybury

#mariannamaruyama #sixbluethings #thehagueartists #thehaguecontemporary #thehaguecontemporaryartweekend
#termites
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