Waag Society

Waag Society for Old and New Media develops creative technology for social innovation.

The foundation researches, develops concepts, pilots and prototypes and acts as an intermediate between the arts, science and the media. Founded in 1996 by Caroline Nevejan and Marleen Stikker, who had initiated the Digital City, the first internet community in The Netherlands. Waag Society developed into a interdisciplinary medialab, where besides research and development there is room for experiment with new technology, art and culture. Waag Society cooperates with cultural, public and private parties; and divides its activities in five social domains: Healthcare, Culture, Society (public domain), Education and Sustainability.


Document Actions
Document Actions
Personal tools
Log in