every week Thursdays 1pm till 8pm
Friday to Sunday 1pm till 6pm
The Hague, NL Boekhorstst. 125, The Hague, NL
In the period October – November we will host the Finnish artist collective Anna Breu in our residency. In 2014 we invited the collective to do a performance, and now, four years later, they have been selected via the residency’s open call to develop a longer project in The Hague.
Their residency at 1646 will be a first iteration of an ongoing project examining late stage capitalism and the search for a new emancipatory vision. The work reinterprets Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decamerone, where a group of young people is fleeing the plague to a countryside mansion, entertaining each other by telling stories. For the residency period, the focus will be to develop a work-in-progress video piece while working with local actors.
Anna Breu is an artist collective formed in 2013, based in Turku, Finland. The group shares a playful interest towards social norms and behavior. Anna Breu is a cross-disciplinary group, using moving image, sound and performance as its primary mediums. Anna Breu members are Antti Jussila, Jari Kallio, Jari Suominen, Sakari Tervo, Annukka Vähäsöyrinki.
On the 27th of October at 7 pm, 1646 will host the event “Coyote Explained”; an artist talk and discussion about the practice of Anna Breu.
May - Jun 2019
EXCHANGE ORBITAL RESIDENCY - JAVIER ARCE
Sep - Oct 2018
Exchange Kooshk Residency Tehran - Farahnaz Jalilvand
Apr - May 2017
Nov - Nov 2016
Alberto García del Castillo
Sep - Nov 2015
Pádraic E. Moore
Sep - Oct 2014
Mar - Apr 2014
Nov - Dec 2013
Fermin Jiménez Landa
May - Jun 2012
Mar - Apr 2011
Dec 2010 - Jan 2011
Magali Reus + Dan Walwin
Dec 2009 - Jan 2010
Oct - Nov 2009
Au Travail / At Work
Mar - Apr 2008
DGC ~ CGA
how to apply.
Please note that the application should be completed in English and includes:
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