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Rewire Festival: RITUAL — Resonance, talk by Brandon LaBelle

Throughout Rewire’s festival days, Brandon LaBelle will host a series of gatherings at Page Not Found, with each session talking through an aspect of resonance. The three seminars will discuss how resonance operates in experiences of cooperation and communal effort, as well as its place within expressions of social recognition. By gathering and reflecting together, […]

Rewire Festival: RITUAL — Zine Launch

Curated by Rewire in collaboration with media researcher and musician Katía Truijen, the discourse programme RITUAL functions as a multitude of compositions for cohesion and community. While often described as spiritual and transcendent, rituals equally ground us into our daily lives and help us connect with our surroundings, each other, and ourselves.  RITUAL shares a zine […]

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 […]

Our Terms Have Changed ⁠— online talk by Cory Arcangel

Page Not Found and the Master Experimental Publishing (XPUB) at the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, join forces again with artist Lídia Pereira to publish a Special Issue on how games pervade contemporary culture. To sustain this publishing project, we are happy to invite you to a series of online lectures investigating play, […]

Difficult Pictures — a film night with videos by Brett Milspaw and Kai Althoff’s publications.

On the occasion of Hoogtij #68, Page Not Found presents a film night with a selection of music videos by filmmaker Brett Milspaw, for the first time shown in Europe. The screening is accompanied by a selection of publications by Milspaw’s long time collaborator – the contemporary artist Kai Althoff. The video program includes short […]

PWNing Leisure: Feminist Play in the Shadow of the Pandemic — an online talk by Shira Chess

Page Not Found and the Master Experimental Publishing (XPUB) at the Piet Zwart Institute, Willem de Kooning Academy, join forces again with artist Lídia Pereira to publish a Special Issue on how games pervade contemporary culture. To sustain this publishing project, we are happy to invite you to a series of online lectures investigating play, […]

Typographic Night II — with Anya Danilova, Kexin Hao and Taya Reshetnik

Page Not Found is excited to welcome you to the second of our Typographic Nights, curated by Trang Ha and Paulina Trzeciak. ! Due to storm Eunice this event has been postponed to Saturday 19 February at 18:00 ! “Typographic Nights” are a space for graphic designers and the public to gather around understandings and […]

“Letter of Resignation” by Jakob Jakobsen

On February 10, we unveil “Letter of Resignation” by Jakob Jakobsen, installed in our front window at Boekhorststraat 128! This painfully acute letter, which evinces the precarious position of artists, can be viewed any time from our street, until March 20. This year will see a new series of Open Letters, selected through an open call […]

⚪️⚪️⚪️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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