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Ivan Iovine is an Italian interaction designer based in Frankfurt am Main. His works mainly focus on the intangible human side of machines. Through his multimedia installations, he tries to create possible future interactions and relationships between humans and machines.  Iovine’s works have been exhibited at the European Maker Faire in

Anita Nodilo is a Croatian dancer currently studying in The Royal Conservatoire of The Hague. She believes there is something incredibly drawing about the silence and energy shared between the performers and audience, in the never-ending questions of dance and creation. There is a sense of infinite options but also

Ricardo Oliveira is a Portuguese percussionist currently studying in the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague. Ricardo’s curiosity in finding new ways to communicate with audiences has led him to develop collaborations with artists from other disciplines.   As in dance, music without movement would be formless. Since music and dance both share

David Hochgatterer is an artist based in Linz, Austria. Hochgatterer’s artistic practice is focused on manipulating the mechanisms of perception. He chooses his medium according to the type of experience he wants to convey, switching between interactive and narrative forms of media arts. Thematically, Hochgatterer’s work focuses on scientific concepts,

Hendrik Hohlfeld is a 26-year-old sound artist from Luxembourg. His practice focuses on questioning existing power dynamics, as well as, presumed social expectations within the art world. Using live recorded sounds accompanied by playful, often contradictory, manipulations, he aims to provoke authentic personal responses that inevitably coalesce into one collective

Ana Teresa Vicente is an artist, researcher, and curator based in Lisbon, Portugal. She finished her PhD Fine Arts (Photography) at the Artistic Studies Research Centre (CIEBA), Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon (FBAUL), with a fellowship by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). Ana Teresa has presented

Nikzad Arabshahi is a Den Haag-based interdisciplinary artist, working in the fields of painting, generative art, and new media. He is currently studying at the Institute of Sonology, Royal Conservatoire of The Hague. Designing custom-made tools and generating visuals based on algorithms and creative coding, Nikzad focuses on creating and developing

Mehrnaz Khorrami is a young electro-acoustic composer based in Den Haag, The Netherlands. Mehrnaz’s artistic practice focuses on designing sound installations, audiovisual performances, and live electro-acoustic improvisation. In her work, she incorporates sounds from custom-made acoustic instruments, urban spaces, as well as the synthesized sound which is generated and manipulated

We are very sorry to announce that InTake - Interdisciplinary Art Forms 2020 has been postponed.  Due to the fast spread of the coronavirus pandemic and the uncertainty of how the situation will develop, we believe that it would be very risky to still host the event in May.  We are currently

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