Two worksessions are planned now:
- March 14-16: NOTAM in Oslo, Norway - signup until Feb 25th
- April 21-23: V2_ in Rotterdam, the Netherlands - signup until March 31st
Look at the websites to see how to sign up!
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 ;).
In 2020 the book will finally get together, I have mapped out my year of writing! I’m looking forward to an intensive year of researching, writing and editing - and collaboration with SuperPosition for the graphical side of the work. In addition I will go to Norway (Oslo, Trondheim, Bergen) to give presentations about the research and work with artists there on the topic of mapping. Since I will be traveling by train (great place to be writing!), I will also make a stop in Copenhagen and Malmö. Two further work sessions are planned in the Netherlands at V2_ (Rotterdam) in April and at Splendor (Amsterdam) in August. For a full overview of the events, see the agenda page. Links to detailed information will be linked there. People have asked me whether it still makes sense to fill in the expression of interest form or the survey - and yes it does! The information from the forms will help me to inform you when pre-orders can be made or to tell you about how you can otherwise (financially) support the book.
In the first worksession, that took place at iii on October 28, 29 and 30, we took an in-depth look at the work of four artists: Dan Gibson, Erfan Abdi, Stelios Manousakis and Solomiya Moroz. Over the course of three days, we delved deeper and deeper into these works. For the participants it was a good way to look at their own work again, and be able to describe and discuss their works in detail with the other participants.
The works we looked at were:
- Dan Gibson’s Modified Cello
- Erfan Abdi’s NoteSaaz
- Stelios Manousakis’ Wireless Information Retrieval system, that has been used in his Hertzian Field projects
- Solomiya Moroz’s Piano Hands and Extended Bow.
I also took the time to analyse my own work Wezen - Gewording.
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