Trixie Open Studios // The Hague Contemporary Art Weekend
For the first time in Trixie history, the artists inside our building will open their studios to the outside world and show what they have been working on in the pandemic as part of @thehaguecontemporary Art Weekend 2021!
From Thursday 8 – 11 Sunday July 2021
Daily between 17:00 – 20:00
➥ Friday 9th July
Thirsty Words off the Page
(17:00 – 20:00h)
With: Federica Notari, Yusuf Zucchero, Jonas Paberzis, Brechje Krah, Anastasia Loginova, Cathleen Owens (oneacre) and more
➥ Saturday 10th July
Live DJ sets by:
17:00 – Sól Ey
18:00 – Elisabeth Luche
19:00 – Anni Nöps
Beng Yuenyong [NL/TH], Eden Latham [UK], Joeri Woudstra [NL], Jonas Raps [NL], Katarina Petrović [RS], Laura Jatkowski [DE], RJM Vanderheyden [NL], Thijs Jaeger [NL], Mohadeseh RahimiTabar [IR], Nele Brökelmann [DE], Lauren Jetty [UK], Soyun Park [KR], Sóley Sigurjónsdóttir [IS], Clara Lezla [FR], Selina Landis [CH], Sophia Bulgakova [UA] and Marta Capilla Urbano [ES].
*No reservation needed.
Due to COVID regulations, we kindly ask you to wear masks and the maximum capacity of the event is limited to 30 people.
About Words Off The Page:
Words Off The Page started in 2016 and has since taken on various forms. The event came from the desire to create a space where writing took center stage and did not have to conform to the open mic poetry genre. The event allows for a variety of writing genres to be shared. Through the years the event has collaborated with various cultural events and artistic initiatives. Each event is defined by a keyword, lazy words, sour words and this time THIRSTY words. The words function as the visual identity of the event and spark inspiration for writings.
What remains at the core of the event is people gathering to share writing, words, getting them off the page and into an audible communal space. A communal space not tied to a physical location but to the feeling of kinship the event has formed. Curatorially, the event attempts to re-imagine the space where writing belongs and redefine the practice of writing as something multifaceted and dynamic, shifting the boundaries of what we choose to share and keep private. Writing as a process, a medium and a final outcome.
Trixie is an artist-run space located in the Stationsbuurt, neighbouring the red light district of The Hague. Founded in 2018 and led by a diverse group of young artists, Trixie is an initiative that encourages artistic production through collaboration, experimentation and exchange.
With our diverse backgrounds we run a space which consists of 15 studio spaces – currently hosting 16 artists, a gallery and a workshop. Trixie runs a public programme, inviting diverse groups of artists to experiment with alternative presentation strategies and expand their practice, network and audience with the use of our space and resources.
Through Trixie, we aim for a sustainable working structure and public programme, which is a valuable asset for its members, their professional development as well as the cultural landscape of The Hague and beyond.
Photography by Marta Capilla Urbano
Design by Selina Landis & Clara Lezla
Marta Capilla Urbano