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By popular demand: another combined tour of two DOWN TO EARTH exhibitions
Co-curator Jurgen Bey kicks the tour off and guides the participants through WATERSCHOOL M4H+ that takes place in the studio of Studio Makkink & Bey. Jurgen will speak about the exhibited works of designers, artists and architects as well as about the origins of and the vision behind the Waterschool. There is plenty of opportunity for asking questions and dialogue.
image: Melany van Twuijver
image: Aad Hoogendoorn
beeld: Aad Hoogendoorn
Thijs van Spaandonk, co-curator of RECLAIMING THE COMMONS, takes over in the Keilepand. He will talk about the exhibition's arguments, considerations, and backgrounds and will be happy to answer questions. He will mainly elaborate on the need to keep residents and citizens up-to-date so as to give them a say in the energy transition. After all, the motto of this exhibition is: No Energy Transition without a Social Transition!
The tour will start at 2 pm at Studio Makkink & Bey and will take about three hours in total. To sign up, please click here.
image: Yonca Özbilge
Within cycling distance
The two exhibition venues are within cycling distance of each other, the outdoor installations that are part of the WATERSCHOOL M4H+ exhibition are located along the route. We advise you to ride your own bike to the biennale. If that's not possible, you can loan one from the IABR at the Keilepand. You can sign up for your IABR–bike at the reception desk of the Keilezaal.
2 to 3 pm: WATERSCHOOL M4H+ by Jurgen Bey
3.10 to 3.50 pm: Ride your bike and see the outdoor installations of WATERSCHOOL M4H+ together with Rianne Makkink
4 to 5 pm: RECLAIMING THE COMMONS by Thijs van Spaandonk
Assembly point: Studio Makkink & Bey, Marconistraat 85, Rotterdam
Depending on the composition of the group, the language spoken will be Dutch or English.
For all visitor information including route, location and Covid-19 guidelines for the tour, please click here