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ACR XL '24


1 Feb-11 Feb 2024
Art Central Rotterdam XL, Jelmer Noordeman. Location: De Goot / Beurstraverse, Rotterdam

Jelmer Noordeman has been selected by curator Marijn Bril to create a mural for Art Central Rotterdam XL at De Goot, related to exhibition ‘The Atomic Number‘ at Murals Inc.

The winter edition of ART Central Rotterdam XL will bring together a series of contemporary art spaces and galleries, local cultural institutions, and artist-run spaces in a curated exhibition. De Goot, a very centrally located new cultural venue, will be home to the exhibition spread over two spaces on the Beurstraverse 154 & Beurstraverse 111.

Art Central Rotterdam XL presents, Beurstraverse

An ounce of information is worth a pound of data
Once the financial heart of Rotterdam and now a commercial center, the Beurstraverse is a node in economic, transportation, and information networks. Like gears in a machine, the works in the exhibition collectively explore feedback, control, and errors in a time defined by interconnectivity and rapid technological change. Do we control our systems, or do they control us? Curated by Marijn Bril.

Participating Art Spaces
Galerie Atelier Herenplaats, Kunstinstituut Melly, Eye Love You Art, Nieuw Charlois, H(a)L Het Archief, Christian Ouwens Galerie, Frank Taal Galerie, Huidenclub, Gallery Untitled, ROOF-A, ZERP Galerie, Studio Seine, PHOEBUS Rotterdam, Contour Gallery, CHAxARTxRTM, JOEY RAMONE, Murals Inc., NL=US Art, WTC Rotterdam Art Gallery, Contempo Galerie, PrintRoom, Neck Of The Woods, Garage Rotterdam, TENT, OMI Rotterdam

Art Central Rotterdam XL is initiated by Muriel Mager, Kiki Petratou and Erika Vati in order to promote synergies and cooperation within the cultural ecosystem of Rotterdam.

In the middle of the Koopgoot, de Goot gives space to creativity and culture and is a temporary space for contemporary ideas by the maker and for the maker.

Jelmer Noordeman, ‘Subdivide and restructure II’
De Goot
Jelmer Noordeman
‘Subdivide and restructure II’