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Three full days to observe the crossover between technology and installation art in an entirely new manner and at a high (international) standard. Definitely don't miss Thijs Ebbe Fokkens' speculative archeology at the TU Delft Campus and Macular's light and sound installation at the spectacular Ballonhal. In the city center you can find Gabey Tjon a Tham's art installation, a piece that immediately intrigued me at TodaysArt, and around The New Bridge you will see the shining lights of Teresa van Dongen's luminous bacteria, which haven't left my mind since Oerol Festival. The same applies for the reflective paper beast made by neuroscientist Ana Oosting, whose piece was inspired by plankton: this work was my personal highlight during The Hague's Royal Academy of Art's graduation show this summer.