TodaysArt 2007 - Maxalot
The stylish white city hall of The Hague, designed by architect Richard Meyer, functioned as a public space gallery: graphic designers and illustrators from Maxalot Gallery Barcelona used the big white surfaces of the structure as their canvas. Through hi-end projection equipment the building was lit up by artworks especially created for this show, changing it into an exhibition space for the two nights of the TodaysArt Festival.
During the third edition of the TodaysArt Festival (September 21th and 22th 2007) the city centre of The Hague functioned as one big festival terrain, with performances both in the public domain and on several indoor stages. Interactive installations, projections and acts used the city centre as a stage and transformed The Hague into an inspiring stronghold of audiovisual experiences. The program consistsed of more than 200 artists from over 25 countries, representing nearly every art discipline imaginable and putting The Hague on the international map as the stage par excellence for contemporary creativity.