Cycling through Mediamatic
DUS architects designed a multifunctional bike track that runs through the entire exhibition space. You can take your bike and have a try, or borrow one of our race bikes.
Challenge a friend on our roller racing installation. Check in with a personal ikTag and your results will be automatically streamed to the web.
World-famous artist Mike Giant has covered one of our walls with bike wisdom to add some atmosphere to your cyclic experience!
A collection of track, trick and road bikes will catch your eye in our window display. From all over the world and of all ages, they tell all about the design and use of fixed gear. Browse through the collection on our bicycle collection page. The information and multimedia gathered on this page will also be accessible from the exhibition space thanks to the Mediamatic ikPod with RFID technology.
Henk Theuns kindly lent us a lot of 30 bike jerseys, which are displayed physically, smells and stains included.
Bike messenger Jur collected tons of spoke cards as souvenirs of messenger-related events around the world.
Bike Crash Portraits
We have collected portraits of riders who have crashed with their bike and live (and ride) to tell the story. They are the ultimate proof of unlimited bike love.
An Amsterdam extract of Otto Beaujon’s pile of authentic head badges. The story of Amsterdam bike manufacturing told in graphics.
After you have visited the exhibition and are even more bike crazy then you were before, you should really join the ikCam Alleycat. A messenger race through the city center of Amsterdam. You could do it at your own pace, make a race of it or just a nice cycling trip through the city. You can find all the information about it here: ikCam Alleycat. So get your bike and start pedaling!
An outfitted workshop is a must in an exhibition about a do-it-yourself culture. At set times, masterful hands will teach you to strip down your own bike or make one from the box, to pimp and personalize it and make the perfect gear for a stylish bike summer!
An Exhibition is no good without a shop where you can buy your souvenirs as a remembrance. Hanazuki is the official store of the Sur Place exhibition. You can find it across the street at Vijzelstraat 87, they sell all kind of nice fixed gear stuff. Even people who are not so into bikes will start to drool when they see it. The shop also sells a lot of other interesting stuff!
Sur Place is open from May 8 till August 22 at the Mediamatic BANK, Vijzelstraat 68 in Amsterdam. Opening hours mon till fri 13.00 – 19.00 hrs / sat + sun 13.00 tot 18.00 hrs. Entrance: 3 euro. Free access with your Bicycle Film Festival ticket.
Saskia Haex, Arden de Raaij, Liona Munster, Rens Wilderom, Simona Tenko, Sarah Smith, Gijs Van Amelsvoort, Mayken Craenen, Sarah Birgitte Berckenkamp, Willem Velthoven, Jans Possel, Stefan Vis, Kees Vernooij, Olaf Wit, Eline Ermens, Sara Kolster, Evelyn Rodriguez, Machiel Veltkamp, Mhairi Macfarlane, Arjan Scherpenisse, Jonathan Davids, Bas van den Broeke, DUS, Mike Giant, Otto Beaujon.
Big thanks to:
All our lenders, contributors, round attendants and supporters!