Exhibition ‘I miss you, home’

It is with great pride that we announce the photo and video exhibition ‘I miss you, home’. Documentary photography students Ben Maier and Lina Selg and researcher, writer, film maker and Master Non Linear Narrative alumnus Dario di Paolantonio, have put together a remarkable exploratory experience around the theme of student housing and squatting.

The exhibition is on view in the galleries 1 & 2 of the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague on November 26th and 27th.

“The exhibition is an exploratory experience where people can come to understand parts of what it means to have an alternative way of housing”
Ben Maier

Exhibition ‘I miss you, home’

Program on Friday 26 November

10.00 - 19.00: exhibition open
13.00 hrs: Q&A about squatting
17.00 hrs: Lecture ‘The possibility of an empty space’

Program on Saturday 27 November

10.00 - 17.00: exhibition open
14.00 -17.00:
Workshop ‘Hours of solidarity’:
During the exhibition there is also a workshop programme for visitors. In one workshop Ben, Dario and Lina tell about their experiences and invite visitors to ask questions and brainstorm with them on temporary and short term chances for student housing. The Dutch anti-squatting and vacant property laws will also be discussed.

Gallery 1 & 2, Prinsessegracht 4, 2514 AN Den Haag
Entrance is free, CoronaCheck is mandatory (vaccination or negative test result).
In the case of new corona measures, we follow the then applying rules.

Listen to a podcast, where Ben, Dario and Lina tell all about this project to third year photography student Hanna Burgers

This event is part of HI The Hague Student Festival



Fri 26 November 2021 10.00 - Sat 27 November 2021 17.00


Gallery 1 and 2, Prinsessegracht 4, 2514 AN Den Haag

Entrance fee

Entrance is free, CoronaCheck is mandatory (vaccination or negative test result)