• Workshop and presentation in Copenhagen

    On Feb 27th, I will be teaching a workshop “Approaching the Question of Mapping” at the Aalborg University, at the department of architecture, design, and media technology to Master Students from the department.

    On Feb 28th, I will give a presentation “Aesthetics of mapping in interactive arts and embodiment” at the Faculty of Senses meeting #3. Location: Kommunal Kunst og Teknik og Støberiet på Blågårds Plads i København. Starting at 20h.

    About Faculty of Senses

    Faculty of Senses is a series of Performances, talks and discussions. The series focus on topics around our human bodies as mechanical systems working together with our consciousness and sensory apparatus. At the meetings we look into techniques, methods, rituals and tools that can be used to train our consciousness and shed light on its limitation incl. our ability to perceive and our (limited) ability to perceive on an interhuman level.

    Through this activity, we wish to establish an open community of people interested in this field. A goal on the way is to open sources the process of the artistic ideas for shared inspiration. For each meeting we’ll search for particular locations that can contribute with a special framing to the presented works and presentations


  • Work sessions in Oslo and Rotterdam

    Two worksessions are planned now:

    Look at the websites to see how to sign up!


  • Support page created

    After considering different options for crowdfunding, I found that the best way would be to ask for irregular donations or recurring donations, rather than go for a crowdfunding campaign that requires a lot of extra work in advertising and coming up with additional rewards. So I’ve made a choice to use LiberaPay and Ko-Fi* which allow for small donations, without a push to a deadline. I’ve created a support page to provide you with links and to explain why I’m asking for donations.

    *note that I won’t be buying coffee: the writing of the book is fuelled by tea ;).



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