The Hague

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Event listings: The Hague Contemporary (*2016).

Initiatives: LocatieZ (*2004), Loos Foundation (*1982), No Purpose collective (*2016), Stroom Den Haag (*1989), TAG.

Festivals: Dutch Modular Fest (2019), Grauzone (*2014), The Other Book art book festival (*2019), Todaysart (*2005), State X (*2004), Wired Festival, Streaming Festival (*2006).
Events: The Reading Room [1] [2] (*2015), No Patent Pending performance series (*2012), Kernel Panic concert series (*2011), Zzondag (*2009).
Past festivals: Image and Sound Festival (*1986).
Past events: SuperCollider Symposium (2007).

Academy programs: ArtScience Interfaculty, Institute of Sonology KONCON, Interactive/Media/Design KABK

Spaces: 1646 project space, Billytown artist-run-gallery (*2003), CabFabLab (*2009), DCR multidisciplinary arts building (*2005), De Grafische Werkplaats production workshop for artists (*1974), The Grey Space in the Middle art and digital culture space (*2017), iii artist-run platform for interdisciplinary practices, LhGWR exhibition space (*2007), Nest, Page Not Found non-profit space for publishing as art practice (*2018), Quartair platform for production, presentation and artistic debate (*1992), Revelation Space hackerspace, Studio Loos new music venue (*2005), Super8 Reversal Lab film lab, TAG, Vrijhaven, West (*2007).
Past spaces: V2_ (1981-94).

Art workers: Anne Wellmer (1966), Bjarni Gunnarsson (1980), Dmitry Gelfand (1974), Evelina Domnitch (1972), Flora Reznik (1986), Frans Evers, Ingrid Lee, Gaby Felten (1981), Justin Bennett (1964), Koen Nutters (1976), Klara Ravat, Mariska de Groot, Matteo Marangoni, Mike Rijnierse (1974), Panagiotis Tomaras, Roberto Garretón, Sissel Marie Tonn, Slávo Krekovič (1977), Vincent van Gerven Oei (1983).


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