Situated in a repurposed industrial building in the Diepenveen Building, the Huidenclub is a new experimental space dedicated to contemporary culture. The Huidenclub, holding its name from its original function as a tannery, is conceived as a platform to express a variety of voices and narratives within the framework of biannual themes addressing urgent contemporary topics.
The platform will launch on 30th June 2021 with a first theme Self-Assemble, addressing how as a bottom-up non-institution it can self-assemble and strategically address societal and ecological justice. Three exhibitions, focussed on both art and on design, the two main axes of the Huidenclub, will be hosted in two cubes built for the purpose. Visitors are welcome from 30th June to 4th July.