John Fanning (US/NL) is an artist looking at systems and relations behind art & the public. His work shifts between mediums and approaches but attempts to maintain an honest and direct relationship with an audience. He invites people to look at what is happening below the surface, behind the scenes and that which is generally […]
Emily Whitebread’s work is concerned with how we organise and categorise our lives and environments in order to make sense of our existence, and the threshold between time and space. Whitebread takes inspiration from science fiction novels, and the sense of uprootedness one feels when visiting museums, when one’s mind wanders through, and wonders about, […]
The work of Ronald Schelfhout consists of building, deconstructing and renovating the elements of our world in order to let people experience hidden layers and places. This results in a combination of performance, video and installation.
Áron is a composer and performer. His works embrace history, sacred music, European folklore, Christian iconography, labyrinths, Alchemy, ruins, spaces and non-spaces feedback, █████▀█ and -▬▬▬|▬— time, loss, night and the sea. Using the retronym ‘New Liturgy’, Áron’s output incorporates a vast variety of mediums, working towards a clear vernacular of rituals and symbols. http://ghostsandscholars.blogspot.com/ http://aronbirtalan.tumblr.com/ […]
Gaby Felten is a performance and video artist. She focuses on everyday life in which labor, alienation and identity play a key role. She deals with these subjects in a playful and sometimes ironic way, treating serious topics with humor and finding depth in petty situations. www.gabyfelten.com
Random Creations is a studio for empowerment and trivialization of the contemporary, run by Moritz Geremus. It’s aim is to represent and deconstruct our notion of the 21st century, through making publically attainable media and producing actions within urban enviroments. randomcreations.org
New media artist Jet Smits explores digital technologies empirically and analogue. She investigates the transition point where data becomes sensorial, trying to capture that exact moment of change. She finds herself in the area of science and technology related to our perception. Her phenomenological approach results in the use of different media and technologies to […]
Angela de Weijer (Eindhoven, NL) is an audiovisual artist. She is an honours graduate of the Academie voor Beeldende Vorming Tilburg (2011) and was awarded the Jacques de Leeuw young talent prize in the same year. She has been working as an independent artist, teacher and producer in the art and technology field. Angela is […]
Roel Heremans (BE) is a conceptual artist/performer who investigates the tension between the desire for perpetuation and the constant disintegration. He studied radio in Brussels and is now doing his master ArtScience in The Royal Conservatory and The Art Academy of The Hague, The Netherlands. As an artistic language he seeks for hybrid forms found […]
Sebastian Frisch (DE) is a researcher and creates works as an artist, musician, developer and sound-designer. He makes use of a diverse set of media technologies to create immersive experiences and discover possible connections between the digital and the palpable. His main interest belong to the fields of acoustics, interactive art and cultural hacking. Sebastian […]
The graduating class of the ArtScience Interfaculty will present a preview of their final artworks in a multi-day exhibition tracing a route through the city center of the Hague.
See the timetable of the opening event.
Come with us and celebrate the rise of the cyborgs! Bring your exoesqueletons, your infrared eyesight or your mechatronic arms to help us raise funds for the upcoming graduation preview show. Join us at the House of Music (Hoefkade 322) in Den Haag, from 21h onwards.
Panagiotis Tomaras, Greece (1985): is a multimedia artist working with 3D video projection mapping, photography, film and spatialized sound. His work investigates the visual and audible mediums, through the development of light and sound environments. His later light installation Trans deals with our visual perception of space. Is focusing more on spatial recognition and the […]
How ArtScience will help me to fulfill my lifelong goal of becoming a forester is not yet clear to me. But who knows, my skills in artistic research might come in handy while out in the woods. In the meantime, until I’ve gathered the means to start building my own log cabin (mounted deer antlers included of course).
I approach my work in the spirit of the researcher, the viewer becomes a user and the engagement between the user and my work becomes an experiment. My experiments are not empirical because I am not interested in the data they generate, the outcome is the experience itself. In my current line of research I […]
Klara Ravat (Clara Lozano, Barcelona 1986) is an artist based in both Barcelona and The Netherlands. Her focus is in photography, video-art, film and performance, with which she tries to capture human behavior, life-style and identity. Her old-fashioned contemporary style does not let her decide between the analogue and the digital. Klara on the web […]
My name is Amelia M. Kaczynska and I’m a visual artist. I find moving image to be the most powerful and expressive language. I like that it combines the elements of audio with visuals to paint a more elaborate picture. Maybe non-verbal communication doesn’t provide the clearest understanding, but it gives instant insight. Body language, […]
Ludmila Rodrigues (Brazil, 1979) graduated in Architecture and Urbanism at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Before coming for an artistic re-set in the Artscience Interfaculty, she was teaching art history and computer graphics at the NGO Galpão Aplauso, where youngsters from Rio’s favelas get in contact with art and new media. Read […]
Izolda Griner (Poland 1981) lives and works in The Hague. She has a background in musical studies and went on to study Fine Arts, receiving her Bachelor’s Degree from the KABK (den Haag) in 2006. The objective of her masters research is to explore the possibilities of combining visual and sonic elements unified through large-scale […]
Charlotte ’t Hart is an artist who uses the human body as a medium. This approach results in various performances investigating the bodies of both performers and audience. Her current research deals with the effect of a table on a group of people, where the proportions of the table influence the relations between this group […]
What concerns me most is the world view of the modern man, where a Scientific perspective seems to deny the possibility of a Spiritual or Mystical understanding of the world.