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Festival
2019
19-22 Sept
The Hague
NL

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The Full Festival Pass grants you access to the complete program on the Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday including all performances, club nights and installations, panel discussions and talks.
The Full Festival Pass (Student) grants you access to the complete program on the Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Please bring a valid ID and student ID when picking up your wristband.
The Thursday Pass grants you access to the complete festival program on Thursday, including the art exhibition and some performances. This will completely take place in the Electricity Factory.
The Friday Pass grants you access to the complete festival program on Friday, including all performances, club nights and installations, panel discussions and talks.
The Saturday Pass grants you access to the complete festival program on Saturday, including all performances, club nights and installations, panel discussions and talks.
The Sunday Pass grants you access to the complete festival program on Sunday, including the art exhibition and some performances. This program will completely take place in the electricity factory.
The Festival Support Pass includes an extra contribution to support TodaysArt.
This ticket grants you access to the complete festival program.

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Contact

Social media, general inquiries, press inquiries and other questions about TodaysArt Festival, the venues or tickets.

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Practical Information

TodaysArt will take place from September 19-22 in The Hague, The Netherlands. On this page, you can find some practical information and FAQs about the festival. Note that this page is updated regularly as the festival approaches.

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About

TodaysArt is an international platform for trans-disciplinary creativity and digital culture. It operates as a network organization.

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Network

TodaysArt is the proud member of two networks supported by the Creative Europe program of the European Union: SHAPE and We Are Europe.

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Press

Journalists, bloggers, photographers and other members of the press can submit an accreditation request to attend the festival.

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Volunteers

As we are approaching the TodaysArt festival, all help is welcome to make our anniversary edition one to remember.

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Venues

TodaysArt 2019 takes place in the city centre of The Hague, The Netherlands. Read more about our venues here.

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timetable

We are still working on our timetable, and will publish it once the festival program is completed.

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Program Partners

Tarik Barri + Lea Fabrikant – Live AV

Performance
Festival Highlights

It’s time to get excited for TodaysArt 2019. Get ready for four days of fascinating art, enriching talks and panels and mesmerizing AV-Tech shows & club nights!

The talented Aïsha Devi will perform a brand new, transcendental AV-show in collaboration with MFO at her TodaysArt debut. Byetone, an absolute cult figure in Berlin IDM and minimal techno circles will deliver a great performance on Friday night. In addition, DÖKK by Italian studio fuse* is certain to be a breathtaking experience. The interactive live-media opera portrays the perception of reality in the subconscious mind, using dance, real-time data and state-of-the-art 3D projections. Other AV-shows include work by Caterina Barbieri, patten and Ryoichi Kurokawa.

More into clubbing? Dutch rising artist Oceanic will release one of his spellbinding sets onto the dancefloor on Saturday night, and Brazilian queer activist, rapper, singer and actor Linn da Quebrada will cause a stir with her boundary-pushing performance. We will also draw talent from the rising, creative edge of the African electronic scene: Artists like Hibotep and Nihiloxica bring influences from all over the continent and make sure the dance floor also keeps buzzing in the small hours.

At our art exhibition, Refik Anadol will present a massive LED data sculpture based on his current AI-research for machine hallucination. Pablo Valbuena shows the links between space and time using two works from his ‘Array´ series, while Gabey Tjon a Tham delves even further into the concept of time with her work If/Then. More talent will be added to the lineup in the coming weeks, so stay tuned!