Nest wants to invite all graduating students from the class of 2020 (BA/MA Fine Art) at all the Dutch art schools to submit an image of their graduation work for a city-wide exhibition in the public space of The Hague.
Humanity House, PIP and Nest organize Cinema in the Garden from 4th to the 10th of July. Late nite films and documentaries on the terrace of PIP. We select seven movies, which connect to the current state and times in the world.
In a time in which it is decided from above which space we occupy in relation to each other, Nest researches the interpretation of space by means of Fred Sandback: The Measurement of Space.
‘If you would die today and reincarnate one generation later, in what world would you want to be born, regardless of where or who you are?’ This is the question posed to the artists of ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ and inspired them to create new works for Nest and CBK Zuidoost.
The exhibition ‘A Fair Share of Utopia’ is accompanied by the publication ‘Wat Niet Is Maar Kan Zijn’, in which ten writers and nine artists explore the possibility of putting their own interests aside for a better world for future generations. They speculate about an unknown future of which they themselves are part.
What if you were to come back into the world today and everything is still possible? What would that world look like, how would people live together and what would your home look like? Be inspired by the exhibition in Nest and create a model of your dream home!
Students of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague will respond to the exhibition Fluid Desires, an exhibition that researches the liquified 21st century. They are guided in this artistic process by critics, curators and artist: Julia Mullié, Arash Fakhim, Alex de Vries and Heske ten Cate.
Within the context of the current exhibition ‘Fluid Desires’, Nest has developed an educational program in collaboration with the American School of The Hague (ASH). The photography students are guided by a professional photographer in their artistic process to create new work responding to the theme of the exhibition.
(Nederlands) Tijdens Museumnacht kids presenteren de leerlingen van de Vuurvlinder en de Johan de Wittscholengroep hun kunstwerken die ze in samenwerking met Oscar Peters voor de achtbaan van VOLTA maakten.
This performance by artist Hicham Berrada in the exhibition Fluid Desires takes place during Hoogtij.
Florentijn van Rootselaar shows what a fluid world looks like, but he also asks whether it is possible to get past that fluidity. Is there a future possible with new traditions and new forms of coexistence? To answer these questions, Van Rootselaar draws from the conversations he had with Zygmunt Bauman.
Nest and Electriciteitsfabriek invite you during VOLTA to join us on Fridays for a soup dinner with Oscar. Every week a guest will be invited for a talk with the artist.
The works by Oscar Peters (1981) move, ride, chop and float. ‘Halo’ is the most recent work in his series ‘Shakers’.
This winter Nest and the Electriciteitsfabriek present VOLTA, where artist Oscar Peters will build a lively world where popular entertainment and macabre spectacles are applauded.
Today’s world can be experienced as very fluid. Nothing is fixed, everything is in motion. This hybrid, unstable world serves as a point of departure for the artists in ‘Fluid Desires’.
Celebrating Christmas has never been so much fun. Young artists, theater makers and performers pay tribute to Fluxus during this Christmasdinner in Zaal 3 and Nest.
A cultural tour along artists’ initiatives, galleries and art institutions. Hoogtij takes place four times a year on Friday evenings in the city centre of The Hague. The locations can be visited from 19.00 – 23.00 hours. Admission is free everywhere.