Call for studio visit by Falke Pisano on 17 and 18 June 2024

On Monday 17 and Tuesday 18 June 2024 artist and teacher Falke Pisano will visit the studios of The Hague artists. Falke describes her areas of interest as follows: 

'I'm interested in cultural practitioners who (want to) break with dominant norms (of production, productivity, visibility, temporality, relations, authorship, representation etc) within the art field, and/or who are trying to find a way to practice more in alignment with their values. I am usually more helpful in thinking through a practice (sustainability, ethics, methodologies, strategies, doubts) than exchange on art works as such.'

Sign up
If you are interested in a studio visit by Falke Pisano you can sign up until Sunday 26 May 2024 23:59 CET via the following link:
We kindly ask you to include a brief motivation for a studio visit, as well as links to your personal website and your artist profile on All entries will be sent to the artist and she will make her personal selection of artists to visit. Shortly after the deadline you will receive notice if you have been selected for a studio visit.  
Short biography  
Falke Pisano (based in Rotterdam) considers her practice as a way of public thinking about/in the world - ideally in conversation - with a particular focus on how certain enduring ideas, divisions, institutions and systems have developed (historically, culturally) and how artistic practices might play a role in questioning and challenging the institutions and structures that shape our socio-political and narrative spaces. Recent projects are: Where Should We Begin (2022), a yearlong project at the M HKA, Antwerp, which investigated interlocking value producing mechanisms within the institutional art context and the tensions they produce within cultural practitioners as they take part in them, are not able to take part in them and/or do not want to take part in them; not / to be / governed like that / by that (2023-ongoing), a long-term research project on institutional governance and its relation to the educational within the broader regime of neoliberal governmentality. Falke Pisano teaches at the Master Fine Art of HKU. 

About the studio visiting program
Stroom regularly invites curators, artists and critics from The Netherlands and abroad to visit the studios of artists from The Hague who are registered at Stroom. These studio visits offer an opportunity for artists to present their work and receive constructive feedback on their practice. The program also aims is to strengthen and broaden the artists' network.