Annabel van Royen will be curating an exhibition space with carefully depicted photographs, unveiling one of her ACID SALT interpretations.
One day Satoshi Yamamura decided to change his name into DJ Hot Stuff. There’s a story behind it, yet his music speaks louder than words – or something like that.
Louis van Onna is a photographer working around invisible natural phenomena. It intrigued us to invite her to our ACID SALT laboratory and join forces.
Renate Ariadne van der Togt’s photography has this soft, liquid, and slightly edgy allure. It somehow invites you to have a very intimate moment with your deepest, most sensual thoughts.
Ludo & Hedo is making an ACID SALT gelato flavour for the event Thursday 6 December 2018. Take the acid bit quite literally – it might be trippy.
Jan Johan Draaistra is an experience based visual designer, focusing on actual subjects in interactive ways. For ACID SALT, he’s designing the visuals, and creating an installation with a poem written by Angela Donskaia.
Hedwich Rooks’ portfolio is filled with a myriad of textures, installations, creamy visuals, and bubbly pictures. This visual guru helped to shape ACID SALT throughout.