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41. Ateliergebouw Oranjeboom

Oranjeboomstraat 109
3071 SC Rotterdam
Wijk Zuid

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The Oranjeboomstraat studio complex is located just across the river in the South Rotterdam district of Feyenoord, not far from the Willemsbrug and the Noordereiland. This weekend, 6 of the 10 studios will be open to the public, as well as an art project in the garden. A great occasion to learn more about the various disciplines in which these artists have been active at this location for several years.

Bert van Beek

3D / Colorful / Schilderkunst

Henk de Bont

Graphic / Small work / Tekenkunst
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Yu-Ching Chiang

Conceptual / Contemporary / Digital
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Cor Drost

Abstract / Colorful / painting
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Clara Froger

3D / Abstract / Contemporary
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Ellie Hemmelder

3D / Colorful / Small work

Rick Koren

3D / Contemporary
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Sylvie Overheul

Realistisch / Schilderkunst / Tekenkunst
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Anna Ramsair

3D / Schilderkunst / Tekenkunst
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Leslie Robbins

Abstract / Contemporary / Small work
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TING.S

Conceptual / Contemporary / Realistisch
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Extra Programma

Besides the ten artist studios, the complex also includes Stichting The Orange Tree art project (TOT), which provides visual artists with a temporary workplace – the Garden of the studio complex – where they can collaborate with other artists on research and development. This year, TOT has invited the artists Ying-Ting Shen and Yu-Ching Chiang to work in the Garden on their project titled YOU ARE NOT ALONE. The conclusion of their research, including a musical performance, can be seen and heard during the open studio weekend on Sunday 26 September.

Sunday 26 September
15:00 hrs

Uncertainty
We are not alone
We are all debris
Here we are __.

A gravitational installation and a musical performance that presents the improvised harmony
orchestrated from the local environmental elements of the garden in Rotterdam south.

Artist in residency :
Yu-Ching Chiang
TING. S

Musicians :
Diepzeebeest & Rather