Executive board


Matteo MarangoniChairman

Matteo Marangoni is an artist interested in ritual arenas, home brewed inventions and applied utopianism. Involved with grassroots organizations since the age of 16 in his hometown of Florence, he studied music performance, sound engineering and cultural management, before moving to The Hague,  where he obtained his masters diploma from the ArtScience Interfaculty in 2011. Within iii he coordinates the activities of the organization, he curates the nomadic performance series No Patent Pending and co-curated the Wonderwerp series at Studio Loos in 2014/2015. He is a regular contributor to Neural magazine. His work Quiet Before the Storm received a mention from the Sonic Arts Award in 2014.

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Mariska de GrootSecretary

After obtaining her BA in Graphic Design in Arnhem in 2005 Mariska worked as a freelance graphic designer and VJ, with a focus on craftsmanship and tactile design. In 2010 she started her Master Art Science at the Interfaculty in The Hague where she took her fascination with materiality and outdated media to the next level. Within her art practice she develops optical sound instruments and installations that have earned her prizes such as the BNG Workspace12 prize, the O68 award and a nomination for the STRP Talent Pit award.  She is a founding member of iii and has managed projects such as the production of Sphaerae at EAPlab.


Dieter Vandoren Treasurer

Dieter Vandoren (°1981, Belgium) is an artist and performer featured at Ars Electronica, CTM, NIME, TodaysArt and more. As an IT developer he is a regular guest tutor and researcher at the Delft University of Technology departments of Architecture and Industrial Design. As an A/V entrepreneur he is an associate in Squat Deluxe Rotterdam, the rental and production company facilitating many of the city’s cultural events. Dieter is treasurer of the iii association which he co-founded in 2013. Previous cultural management work includes the chairing of foundation De Fabriek, a Rotterdam-based arts and atelier center, and art direction at Blikopener Festival en Producties in Delft. He is board member of association Zelfbeheer Hoek Teilingerstraat, the self-organizing housing project where he resides.



Sissel Marie Tonn – Curator for the Reading Room

Sissel Marie Tonn is a Danish artist living in The Hague. She works with audiovisual media, installation, drawing and writing, and her processual approach is driven by a great deal of curiosity and the possibilities of building relationships across fields. She is the co-founder of the artist initiative Platform for Thought in Motion, and is a member of the Senselab, a Montreal-based research initiative with hubs in North America, Europe, and Australia. She completed a master in Artistic Research at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague in 2015.


Ingrid Lee – Management Assistant

Ingrid Lee is an artist, composer, and performer interested in failure, hybridity, and collective listening. Her work explores concepts in phenomenological and technological investigations through which human relationships are mediated. Ingrid has been 1/2 of COME ON YOU FUCKERS, co-inventor of the trombonomaphoon (a feedback instrument), curator of the Paarden Eiland Concert series in Cape Town, and curator of the BARTALK lecture series in The Hague.


Satoshi ShiraishiWeb Design

Satoshi Shiraishi is a Web Developer/Programmer based in The Hague, Holland. He has been working for over 5 years, developing a number of ambitious web apps and websites for clients such as Modernista!, Shoebaloo, VPRO, Todaysart, Maxalot, Bach Collegium Japan, The Hague Process on Refugees and Migration, and ArtScience Interfaculty. Because of his insight and skills in web programming in combination with his educational background in Interactive Media Design his focus is not only on how to build the website/app well but also on how it is experienced by the users (User Experience Design).

Supervisory Board


Evelina Domnitch

Evelina Domnitch is an artist and researcher, creating sensory immersion environments and performances that unveil the slippery frontier between quantum and classical physics. Working in unison with Dmitry Gelfand since 1998, she is a recipient of the Japan Media Arts Excellence Prize (2007), and four Ars Electronica Honorary Mentions (2013, 2011, 2009, 2007).


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Veerle Devreese

Veerle Devreese is the Visuals Arts curator at the interdisciplinary arts centre de Brakke Grond in Amsterdam. Here she develops programs concerning innovation and society. She has a background in digital culture and has worked for Virtueel Platform, the Flanders Isntitute of Visual Arts, STRP festival and DEAF biennale. She is co-owner of project studio Cornelis Serveert, an agency that develops team & business-strategies for organizations that encourage knowledge exchange. She is  involved as an consultant in e-culture at the Creative Industries Fund NL.

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Michael van Hoogenhuyze

Michael van Hoogenhuyze studied art history at the University of Leiden . He worked at different art institutes as a teacher of art theory, as a coach and as head of department. He was a long standing faculty member at the ArtScience Interfaculty at the University of the Arts in The Hague. Beside his work as a teacher he conducted research on art as a way of thinking. The results of this research and his experience in art education are presented in his last book: Van Muzisch Spel naar Muzisch Denken, De Muze, Leiden 2015.



Manon Bovenkerk – Fundraising & Public Outreach

Manon Bovenkerk is an independent curator and advisor working in the field of visual arts, film, and e-culture. She has made programs for organisations such as Filmhuis Den Haag where she was the driving force behind the film related arts program ZAAL5/Workspace, Urban Explorers Festival, Impakt Festival and Go Short International Film Festival. Besides curating, she is an advisor to Stroom Den Haag and Mediafonds. Manon was educated at St. Joost Academy in Den Bosch and has an artistic practice as a visual artist and filmmaker.


Anne WellmerProgram Curator

Anne Wellmer is a composer and performer of electronic music based in The Hague. During the season 2014/2015 she co-curated the Wonderwerp-series at Studio Loos with iii. Her activities as a curator in the past include a festival on Dick Raaijmakers at Tesla in Berlin and work (for TAG) on the Alvin Lucier edition of Dag in de Branding in The Hague. Currently she is working on the inventory of the archive of Dutch electronic music pioneer and conceptual artist Dick Raaijmakers. (photo by Sara Benhamou & Eric de Vries – detail)


Gaby FeltenProduction

Gaby Felten assists iii with the production of workshops and events conceived by the artists participating in iii’s residency program. Gaby approaches logistics and problem solving in an intuitive, creative way and is autodidactic in terms of administration and volunteer management. In 2015 she assisted Matteo Marangoni and Anne Wellmer with the residencies of Quiet Ensemble, Attila Faravelli, Katerina Liberovskaya & Phill Niblock and Kaffe Matthews. She was the main project manager for Pedalling SeaSides. Gaby is also a performance and video artist. In her work she focuses on everyday life in which labor, alienation and identity play a key role.


Ed JansenPhotography

Ed Jansen’s photography is a representation of his meanderings of known and lesser known cultural areas in the Randstad or outer-city limits, a conurbation area in the Netherlands and beyond.
Following his fascination for art and culture his work is a documentation of his wanderings with a camera, visualizing his whereabouts through photographic art.

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