Augmented Reality Pop-up Exhibition: The Art of The Binnenhof
The Binnenhof closed? De Art of the Binnenhof opens its doors wide This unique Augmented Reality Pop-up art exhibition and special book edition shows you the striking cultural history of the Binnenhof. Beautiful works of art and stories from all eras in a surrealistic setting. Discover it from September 4 until September 30 in the Atrium of the City Hall of The Hague. Also the richly illustrated - two-in-one - book edition will be published simultaneously.
A spectacular project that emphasizes the timelessness of the Binnenhof! Who are the Old Masters of days gone by? Many lesser-known faces are introduced in text and image. And which New Heroes contributed to the modernization of the treasuries of the Binnenhof, which few ever get to see?
With collected works by Old Masters about Count Floris IV, Count Willem II, Jacoba van Beieren, William of Orange, Maria Stuart I, Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, Michiel de Ruyter, Stadholder Willem Frederik, King Willem II and many others.
And with collected work by New Heroes such as Tom Claassen, Eric Claus, Anneke Copier and Claudio Varone, Sanja Medić, Jos de Putter, Tomas Rajlich, Marleen Sleeuwits, Sylvie Zijlmans, Auke de Vries and Rudi van de Wint.
Augmented Reality (AR)
This exhibition is the first Augmented Reality (AR) in the Atrium of the City Hall in The Hague. AR occurs when an extra layer of information about reality is added digitally. This can be done by projecting images onto spectacle lenses, but often AR is simply shown on a screen. This can be done, for example, on a smartphone or on a television.
Festive Month September
The exhibition opens during The Hague UIT Festival, is on display throughout September and also runs parallel to Open Monument Day Prinsjesdag, Prinsjesfestival and Royal The Hague.
Document voor een Monument
The production is by Document for a Monument. They collect all kinds of insights and ideas about the past, the users and the future of the Binnenhof – in words, images and sound – and takes that harvest, together with an up-to-date description of the renovation, along with various multimedia connections.
Made possible by:
This production is an initiative of Document for a Monument and is realised in cooperation with Mizja Haak (Document voor een Monument) , Dick Holthuis (initiative and creation) - Jolijn Heesters, Sara Jansen, Matthies Klink, Marjet Poutsma and Nadjezda Verboom, students of Utrecht University under the supervision of art historian Sanne Frequin (editing Old Masters) - Hendrik van Leeuwen (editing New Heroes) - Ton Haak (editing advice and final editing) - Centric Netherlands (technical elaboration virtual exhibition) - Atrium City Hall.