Now until30/01/2022

A presentation by artist and designer Greta D. Facchinato of her research into natural inks for screen printing.

(27 nov 2021- 30 jan 2022)

Color is alive is a research into natural inks for screen printing. ‘Color is Alive” invites to look into colors as a series of living bodies, not meant to be here forever. It challenges the idea of art conservation and the conception of artwork as an eternal one.

“It means thinking about colors as close to us, as alive as us. With their own destiny and purpose, and an end too. Is thinking colors as elements more close to our bodies then what we usually think they are. This is an aspect that is very present in my practice” – says Greta – “the observation of the relationship between interiority and exteriority, through the senses. Once again, starting from my body, looking into another one: Color.”

Started in May 2021, this research was made possible by the Makersregeling Subsidie from Gemeente Den Haag in collaboration with the Grafische Werkplaats.

Opening weekend: HOOGTIJ#67 on Saturday 27 November from 2 pm to 6 pm. and on so. 28 November 2-5 pm 28 november 14.00-17.00 u.

Please note: Visitors (from 13 years old) are only allowed in on presentation of a QR code in the CoronaCheck app, or a printed QR code, made via the website This is checked at the door. With this the guidelines around Covid-19 of the Dutch government.

The exhibition can be viewed until January 30, 2022 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (Christmas holidays closed) and by appointment.

Extra: Online talk by zoom in December

Silkscreen tests

Making ink

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