The Grey Space in the Middle is a space for fundamental creativity. It is an open laboratory and presentation space for the 21st century, where art and digital culture are united with science, technology, and philosophy in an anti-disciplinary state. The projects gradually become publicly visible and lead to unexpected ideas which do not exist in perfect harmony, making way for unsought findings.
The Grey Space is located in The Hague’s city centre (Paviljoensgracht 20). At this time you can already visit The Grey Space as it hosts a variety of events of an adventurous nature. The core programme and official opening of the project space on the ground floor, the basement venue, cafe, bar, garden and outdoor terrace will soon be announced.
The Grey Space is generously supported by:
Organising an event and looking for a unique venue? We offer a variety of spaces and can help run your event smoothly. We offer limited technical and productional facilities but are able to accommodate and arrange everything for either small gatherings up to extensive festivals and exhibitions. Please contact us to discuss the possibilities and receive more information.
The Grey Space in the Middle was founded by Dimitri Nieuwenhuizen (1971 – 2017) and Marijke Cobbenhagen. Currently the team consists of: Marijke Cobbenhagen (co-founder, artistic director), Ramses Nieuwenhuizen (general director), Tim Terpstra (program director), Luca Van Grinsven (producer), Heleen Mineur (online communications), Raymond Frenken (fundraising), Niels van Haaften (web development), Chris Langerak (advisor renovation and permits) and John Mulder (caretaker).