West Den Haag
Gaps we want you to feel — a lingering game - A.L.C. Collective
Expo I: Gaps we want you to feel — a lingering game – A.L.C. Collective
Performance 19:00 — 23:00 hrs.
‘Gaps’ allows the people that experience it the opportunity to emancipate themselves from the inevitable reification that comes out of systematic filling. Relying on forms, isoloirs and waiting rooms, ‘Gaps’ will make you wander within an institutional cosmos to question our perceptions, positions, and perspectives regarding the administrative game. A.L.C. collective, founded in 2022, regroups Anna Zimante, Charlotte Kremberg and L. Meïko Touraille. They were brought together during their exchange semester at KABK, and started working with the absurdity of social structures and human behaviors.
Expo II: Part Two of Many Parts — Looking at Video Art
Peter Bogers, Giovanni Giaretta, Johan Grimonprez, Simone C. Niquille & Keigo Yamamoto
Stomp your feet on the table, kiss in protest and dream with your eyes open. Video art, the technological medium, often offers a new perspective on humanity and physicality. Behind the shiny, sleek surface of the television screen hides a slippery, grubby world. The exhibition ‘Part Two of Many Parts’ is showing a selection of five extraordinary video works in five different office rooms.
Expo III: Gödel Escher Bach
EXPO IV: ALLES=GOED – Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven
About West Den Haag
West shows contemporary art in the former American embassy (designed by Marcel Breuer) in the heart of The Hague museum district. West, as an art institute, focuses on the most relevant international developments in the field of the visual arts. West offers artists space and opportunities to develop new work in a social context by situating it in a wider dialogue. Lectures, presentations, performances and discussions underpin the exhibition policy with a theoretical basis. A series of brochures, documentaries and the website complete the activities that bring the different aspects of West together.
2514 EJ Den Haag