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UIT Festival

Behind the scenes of an exhibition build-up

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04/09/2022 –
– 30/11

UIT Festival: Want to know what The Hague has to offer in cultural events? UIT Festival The Hague provides an overview of the cultural season 2021-2022. On 3, 4 and 5 September, the festival offers cultural institutions in the region of The Hague the opportunity to present themselves to the general public. Watch, listen and have a sample; there is always a lot to experience during UIT Festival. And you can buy your tickets for the newest upcoming performances, often with discount.

How does an exhibition get built? Who work on it? And does an artist still get artistic freedom during the build-up? On Sunday, September 4th, during the UIT festival, we open our door between 13:00 and 18:00 for a behind the scenes sneak peek during the build-up of Carmen Roca Igual’s exhibition.

During the three days of UIT festival, we celebrate the kick-off of the new cultural season of the city. With many previews, performances, events and concerts, you can compose your route and tour the city to explore. Visit the website of UIT festival for more information.

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UIT Festival: Want to know what The Hague has to offer in cultural events? UIT Festival The Hague provides an overview of the cultural season 2021-2022. On 3, 4 and 5 September, the festival offers cultural institutions in the region of The Hague the opportunity to present themselves to the general public. Watch, listen and have a sample; there is always a lot to experience during UIT Festival. And you can buy your tickets for the newest upcoming performances, often with discount.

About Carmen Roca Igual: Carmen de la Roca (b. 1998, Paris) is a lens-based artist researching human behavior and the social makeup we apply in relation to new media. Her work combines identity, technology, empowerment and the role of new media, but also the essential pursuit of communication, spirituality, and connection that most humans are in search of. She researches and explores experiences through fictional characters as a proxy to hers and society’s dilemmas. The characters live through contemporary narratives as they discover how to utilize the content they create in this attention economy. Roca Igual graduated from the Royal Academy of Art The Hague in 2020. Her work was officially selected for the #AmLatino Film Festival and was nominated for the Young Talent Award during Dutch Design Week. She has assisted artists and filmmakers Amalia Ulman and Pauline Curnier Jardin, and her work was shown before in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Rijeka, and The Hague.

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