25/05/2018 • 16/06/2018
Exhibition Analog Patterns
The bi-annual Analog Patterns Festival (25 May- 16 June)
The bi-annual Analog Patterns Festival (25 May- 16 June) created by the Grafische Werkplaats is looking in 2018 at the patterns work inside the fine & graphic arts. Festival Analog Patterns takes place from 25th May until 16th June. It includes a conference, exhibitions, presentations, workshops and a participative part around the pattern theme. For this festival, we have been collaborating with our colleagues from the Museum Escher in Het Paleis.
Patterns are everywhere around us. We can see them in the shapes of a butterfly, in the light and dark bricks on the facade of a house, in a DNA string and in a print on a T-shirt. As human beings we are making patterns to be able to make connections, to give significance, to carry out identity & to decorate ourselves and our surroundings. The design of visual patterns is eminently within the field of graphic arts. The Grafische Werkplaats sheds light on the patterns theme in a broad, contemporary and interdisciplinary way.
Artists collaborating with the exhibition: Rachel Bacon, Suzan Drummen, Anne Geene, Christie van der Haak, Ingrid Greijn, Rabi Koria, Bureau RNDR, Masaaki Oyamada, Wouter Willebrands.
Extra Friday: some artistis of Analog Patrone are present in the printroom, such as Ingrid Greijn and Christie van der Haak.
Avalable: Holaa-artwork of Wouter Willebrands
About Grafische Werkplaats
De Grafische Werkplaats Den Haag is a production workshop for visual artists, graphic artists, photographers and designers. The Werkplaats is known for being one of the few places in the Netherlands with facilities for large format screen printing, lithography, etching, relief printing and textile printing. The Werkplaats regularly organizes workshops, exhibitions and special projects.
2512 GA Den Haag