The second edition of NOA, Nomadic Overnight Aquatecture - a 15-metre-high, temporary installation – will remain on Prins Alexanderplein until September 30. This pop-up meeting place is also a cultural stage: visitors are challenged to reflect on the consequences of climate change through theater performances, workshops and lectures.
The peat polder from which the Alexanderpolder once arose is 6 meters below sea level. It is a symbol of the pride in keeping the water supply in the polder in check, so that residents keep their feet dry. With projects like the NOA water pavilion (an initiative of theater group Powerboat, 2020/21) and hetblauw Prins Alexanderplein(75B, 2018), artists, residents and policymakers stimulate the discussion about the global water challenge, starting with awareness of our own environment.
When: until September 30, the waterfall is in the NOA pavilion (initiative of Powerboat)
Time lock: between 07.00:24.00 - 30:XNUMX in blocks of XNUMX minutes.
Every day will be concluded with a light show from 21:00 - 24:00.
Where: Prins Alexanderplein, Rotterdam
Price: Admission is free and no reservation is required