New in Town: ÆTHER HAGA
After Trixie and Annastate a third new artist-run-space opened their doors in The Hague this month. ÆTHER HAGA is a sibling space from ÆTHER SOFIA in Bulgaria and is initiated and curated by artists Marie Civikov and Voin de Voin.
The opening exhibition ANT •I•CON/CEPT/ION showed works by Nikola Mihov, Desislava Pancheva, Michaela Lakova, Patricia Qi, Rada Decheva, Stephanie Ballantine, Andrew Fremont-Smith.
ÆTHER HAGA, Denneweg 26, 2514 CN Den Haag.
Occasionally it will present a selection of artists and will unfold proposals of what intersects along the east/west trajectory based on the already started dialogues at the eastern point.
Within this the project strives to make a more physical bond between the continental linear directions, its psycho-geographic potentiality and a bridge less faible, built upon sharing, discussion and exchange. It is seeking to expose links and affects of lifetime traces of a generation lived under different conditions, this time coming together in quest to confide a new state of value and content through art and innovative practices.
Æther Haga will focus on research, context and the background of both artists and subjects.
Æther Haga is a sibling of Æther Sofia that speaks a language vibrating and resonating in the morphic field, that in its virtue can make land appear closer than its actual physical properties.
Æther Haga will be programming irregular so follow their Facebook page.