Water Tupperware Party Aqua Aurora
Healthy water is of vital importance. As a former construction materials wholesaler, Henk Pannekoek discovered that shell lime is not only a natural building product but is also an important natural medicinal product and can influence the quality of water. Dive into the fascinating world of vital water during this Aqua Aurora tupperware party. Taste the difference yourself!
18:00-19:30 Thursday Bite
19:30-21:30 JARD x Neuhaus: reDesigning Affect Space
19:30-21:00 Water Matter X Neuhaus
19:30-21:30 Thursday Night Workshop: Eva Bullens en Floortje Zonneveld – The Slow Adventure
20:00-22:00 Conversation and film screening: Geographies of Freedom - Countering the persistent myth of the Netherlands as the epitome of freedom
20:00-21:30 Studio Cream on Chrome X Neuhaus Proxies on Trial
21:15-22:00 Water Tupperware Party Aqua Aurora
The museum is free of charge from 17:00-21:00
Het Nieuwe Instituut
3015 CB Rotterdam
Free entrance, RSVP via ticket link
15- 20 People
Because water can absorb vibrations, its structure can change due to the vibration of the other substances it contains, which can affect its vitality. Humans, animals and plants consist largely of water and can therefore react strongly to the vibrations in the water. Henk Pannekoek dioscovered that trace elements of shell lime are well absorbed by the human body and that adding the vibration frequency of shell lime to water can have a very beneficial effect on a variety of organisms. Fascinated by the power of water, Henk intensified his research and created Aqua Aurora.
In preparation for the Water Tupperware Party, take a look at the Aqua Aurora website.
The WaterSchool is a self-initiated project by Studio Makkink & Bey, the design practice of Rianne Makkink and Jurgen Bey. This speculative school, organised around water as an essential resource and as a social and political phenomenon, proposes a rethinking of the existing economic and infrastructural model of education.
This evening is part of Neuhaus, temporary academy of more-than-human knowledge. The Meeting Matter learning trail explores (design) approaches in which the continuity of matter supersedes the transience of the material.