Tickets
NL
Festival Pass
€80
Thursday, 19 Sep
Festival Opening Event
De Electriciteits Fabriek *
19:00 - 23:00
Exibition Opening / Performance / Afterparty
Friday, 20 Sept
Festival Day 1
De Electriciteits Fabriek
12:00 - 00:00
Exhibition / Context
Theather aan het Spui
18:00 - 00.00
AV Shows
Paard + Het Magazijn
23:00 - 06:00
Music / Club
Saturday, 21 Sept
Festival Day 2
De Electriciteits Fabriek
12:00 - 00:00
Exhibition / Context
Theather aan het Spui
18:00 - 00.00
AV Shows
Paard + Het Magazijn
23:00 - 06:00
Music / Club
Sunday, 22 Sept
Festival Day 3
De Electriciteitsfabriek
(13:00 - 00:00)

Exhibition / Context (13:00 - 17:00 )
Concert / Afterparty (19:00 - 00:00)
TodaysArt
Festival
2019
19-22 Sept
The Hague
NL

timetable

program

  • AV / Tech Shows
  • Music
  • Art
  • Context
  • Thu 19
  • Fri 20
  • Sat 21
  • Sun 22
  • De Electriciteitsfabriek
  • Theater a/h Spui
  • Paard
  • Het Magazijn
MusicArt
Presented with Arts Council Mongolia.
Installation & DJ set
Context
Satellite Program
Presented with NEST

venues

De Electriciteitsfabriek

Address: De Constant Rebecqueplein 20

This year's Exhibition and Context program, will take place at the monumental industrial building de Electriciteitsfabriek (the Electricity Factory), in both the turbine hall and theatre hall Zaal 3. In addition to the festival program, pay a visit to the exhibition space of our partner NEST right next door.

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Theater aan het Spui

Address: Spui 187

The Hague's contemporary theatre is home to TodaysArt's 2019 live AV shows and performances, taking place in two halls, the foyer and the theatre studio. The theatre will also host part of the Context program and several artworks.

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Paard

Address: Prinsegracht 12

The Hague's music venue PAARD will set the stage for a major part of the music performances and club program of TodaysArt 2019. The venue was designed by Rem Koolhaas in 2003.

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Practical Information

Information on ticketing, venues and accommodation.

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Press

Are you a journalist, blogger or photographer? Find all information about TodaysArt 2019 here, including press kit, press archive, accreditation form and contact information.

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Volunteers

We welcome volunteers to make our anniversary edition one to remember. We are looking for people who want to help us before, during and after the festival.

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Network

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

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About

TodaysArt is a trans-disciplinary and international platform for art, music and technology. It operates as a non-profit agency and network organization.

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Contact

TodaysArt
Weimarstraat 1E
2562 GM Den Haag
The Netherlands

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12:00 - 0:00 Exhibition Open

De Electriciteitsfabriek - Turbine Hall

Theater aan het Spui - Foyer

19:00 STREAM: Douglas Rushkoff
18:45 STREAM: Wethouder Cultuur Den Haag
21:15 Katharina Ernst

PAARD Small Stage

23:30 Doors open
3:30 Bamba Pana & Makaveli
2:00 Sentimental Rave
1:00 Oktober Lieber
0:00 PAUL

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Philip Beesley – Anthozoan Veil

Art
fri 12:00 - 00:00
sat 12:00 - 00:00
sun 13:00 - 17:00
thu 19:00 - 00:00
De Electriciteitsfabriek - Turbine Hall
crossingparallels
Philip Beesley – Anthozoan Veil

‘Anthozoan Veil’ is a living sculpture that has been growing like a coral reef, a scaffolding populated with colonies that communicate with one another and the festival visitor through movement and light. As a whole, the porous installation aims to function as an layered, living system, triggered by curiosity.

The life-sized work is the long-awaited result of the Crossing Parallels residency by Philip Beesley at the Delft University of Technology. The multidisciplinary architect and designer has been developing the interactive sculpture in close collaboration with Henriette Bier (Robotic Building, Faculty of Architecture), Aadjan van der Helm (Interactive Environments, Faculty of Industrial Design), their staff and students.

After months of sharing knowledge, ideas and logistical preparations, this interactive installation has been designed and built during a one-week interfaculty student workshop.

Philip Beesley is a practising visual artist, architect, a professor in Architecture at the University of Waterloo and a professor of Digital Design and Architecture & Urbanism at the European Graduate School. Beesley is an internationally recognized expert and pioneer in kinetic, responsive, near-living architectural installations. His work is widely cited in contemporary art and architecture, focused in the rapidly expanding technology and culture of responsive and interactive systems.

Beesley is the primary investigator of the Living Architecture Systems Group, which brings together research­ers and industry partners in a multidisciplinary research cluster dedicated to developing built environments with qualities that come close to life— environments that can move, respond, and learn, with metabolisms that can exchange and renew their environments, and which are adaptive and empathic towards their inhabitants.

This piece is presented in collaboration with Crossing Parallels, a residency programme by TodaysArt and the Delft University of Technology. Special thanks to students of Robotic Building and the Minor Interactive Environments participating in the workshops and the staff of the Science Centre Delft. Photo by Fred Leeflang.