The In4Art Project Space is an independent and interdisciplinary contemporary art space located in the basement of 18th century residential building. It hosts solo- and group exhibitions from European artists that have a link with the In4Art collection. In4Art has a mission to spread and actively stimulate engagement with art. To do so, In4Art has an active collection philosophy and invests in the career development of artists.
The main focus are the visions and perspectives from artists on our fast changing society marked by the exponential growth of technological possibilities. We are interested in how artists translate this into their work and see their observations as an important driver for change and innovation.
The In4Art Collection is divided in three pillars, showing the interpretation of future development and leading towards agents of change:
•concepts & technology: using cutting edge techniques and enabling technologies for transferring radical insights, concepts and expressions;
•material research: stretching the edges of a medium, taking the courage to experiment;
•renewed relevance: art of tomorrow, through the eyes of history uniting art with its understanding and translations of the challenges for the 21st century.
This results in the concept of ‘Innovatism’; where art meets innovation. ‘Innovatism’ is linked to the radical observations and artistic prototypes of artists, showing their relevance and research endeavours to society.
The project space is used to show the outcomes of experimental trajectories and opened when artists want to show new developments or to elaborate on certain themes. It is always a combination of an exhibition with a conversation program; intimate events to share experiences and stories.
Let us guide your curiosity and experience how we are building a relevant 21st century art collection, while incubating tomorrows leading artists.
Artists in the collection include: Constant Dullaart, Harm van den Dorpel, Rafäel Rozendaal, Daniel Canogar, Priscila Fernandes, Rana Hamadeh, Roman Moriceau, Lennart Lahuis and many more