For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice. And to make an end is to make a beginning.
- December 2010 — Closed until the 4th of January
- January 2011
- 05 – Khatchapuri Kino Club #4,
- 14 – Opening, Erik Alkema: Neverland #4 – Zweet des Aanschijns (Sweat of Brow)
- 05 – Khatchapuri Kino Club #5,
- 11 – BookCase @ Art Rotterdam,
- 18 – DZR @ Supermarket 2011 – Stockholm
- March 2011
- 05 – Khatchapuri Kino Club #6
- Xx – Naomi Harris (more info soon)
Opening on Friday January 14th, 8 pm
Exhibition runs from January 14th to February 26th 2011
De Zwarte Ruyter will be the stage of the fourth chapter of Erik Alkema’s project Neverland (Het Land Van Nooit). A visual and narrative investigation in which he sketches a multi-headed portrait, in different media and from various perspectives, of the Netherlands.
Based on research what it means to be Dutch he will create a sculptural parody on where he himself feels most Dutch.
An installation about labour, guilt and Senseo-culture.
December 23rd, 11am – 6pm
Finally the working process and the works will be celebrated with a presentation & whole sale accompanied by Glühwein and home made cookies on the 23rd of december from 11 am to 6pm.
Be very welcome!
De Zwarte Ruyter was full of people in blue overalls today. But don’t worry, there are still three days left to put on your own overall!
A memorable but even more inspiring evening!
Photos taken by Dico Kruijsse, Tijs Bakker & Renée Roukens
Our hands are stained and we live in our blue overalls.
The Ruyters are happy to announce that the generous Stefan Hoffmann provided us three screens to make sure that every Screen Lover can multiply their designs.
It’s the fourth day of Screen Lover and despite the heavy weather the pile of prints is getting bigger and bigger.
Also the first victim has fallen because of excessive love.
And at this moment the Ruyters are working on the first DZR souvenirs. Exciting!
The workshop is open every day from 10am-6pm, including the weekend!
Each day at least one Screen Master is working here to help you out, to advise and give a short tutorial.
Costs are 10 € for the first day, every next day you are working are 5€.
The price includes free use of paper, material and coffee or tea.
The only thing you have to bring is your transfer sheet with your ‘design’.