时间 posted on: 6 February 2010 | 发布者 author: e | comment (1) |
very simple project, easy to engage, and really perfect address to dutch cultural tendencies!
window event 03
date: Wednesday may 6th
window: Private home, Indische Buurt
Delicious breakfast for two. At a table that connects street and living room. Inside and outside. They belong together.
City-eyes addresses the border between the private and public domain. Subject of research are the Amsterdam windows: as windows are the eyes of the city. City-eyes offers a personal view into the souls of Amsterdam homes and thereby reveals the city’s hidden stories.
All window events are miniature test cases, playing with the characteristics of the window as a screen between interior and exterior. This way, one’s private parquet will be part of the outdoor pavement for a moment, and the city becomes home.
see the entire series: http://www.city-eyes.nl/
时间 posted on: 8 January 2009 | 发布者 author: e | 评论 comment (0) |
* i just came across this, reminded me of the workshop you did last month, though you might find it interesting. also, the thoughts behind electric palm tree are quite relevant. i wonder if we can take your “cosmopolitan” positions much further with thoughts on co-existence…?
Drawing from the cartographic workshop organised by Electric Palm Tree in Amsterdam, May 2008.
from their site:
Cartographic workshop with Philippe Rekacewicz
Prior to the lecture by Philippe Rekacewicz as the launching event of EPT, a workshop was held with him, developing an in-depth, critical and playful examination of cartographic understanding and shaping the world, with a group of laround 20 local artists, designers, intellectuals and activists. Various forms of world maps based on subjective perceptions and knowledge were drawn and discussed during the workshop. They are used to extend the discussion about unstable cartographic boundary of what Europe is.