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  • de fundamenten

    de fundamenten

    Reading and making notes about the book De Fundamenten by Ramsey Nasr.
    May 2021

  • the big nothing

    the big nothing

    Doing nothing. It sounds easier than it is. For many days now I try to do nothing for two minutes a day. To become more familiar with this emptiness, this interspace that happens between action and reaction and that can be found in my work. During these 2 minutes I record myself. Afterwards I make notes.
    May 2021

  • found in [ ]

    found in [ ]

    In my thesis I write about my journey from being Lost in Latency to being Found in Latency, as the latency (delay) created when communicating through distancing devices, also creates space for stillness, thoughts and ideas.
    April 2021

  • let’s get lost in latency

    let’s get lost in latency

    Asking my Instagram followers to send a message to my printer. Provoking distorted, delayed but also surprising communication, to get lost in latency together. Replying to all messages with a personal and poetic message.
    March 2021

  • the flow of the time

    the flow of the time

    Using my flowing lines notebook for making notes about the book Stil De Tijd by Joke Hermsen, about the flow of the time.
    March 2021

  • lost in [ ]

    lost in [ ]

    Defining my graduation project, by analyzing the project’s title, and emphasizing this “interspace” where a lot of communication gets lost when using “distancing devices” that create the delay in the dialogue.
    February 2021

  • le père goriot

    le père goriot

    Using a second hand book in French (which I can’t really read) as a notebook.
    February 2021

  • endless printing

    endless printing

    Trying to print an infinite loop with a regular printer, by putting a long piece of paper in the paper tray and sticking the beginning and the end of the paper to each other.
    February 2021

  • visual poetry

    visual poetry

    Inspired by concrete and visual poem, creating a poem that can be read apart and as a whole with magnets.
    February 2021

  • intimations


    Reading and editing Intimations by Zadie Smith.
    January 2021

  • handwriting


    Reading about mirror-neurons and bodily sensing.
    January 2021

  • lost in latency

    lost in latency

    Working on my thesis about delayed, disconnected and distorted communication.
    January 2021

  • notebook collection

    “You can’t teach creativity; all you can do is let it blossom”

    – Peter Gray

    notebook collection

    Researching how notebooks can actually create creative space for creativity to blossom.
    January 2021

  • we experience by movement

    we experience by movement

    Thinking about the role of movement in perceiving.
    January 2021

  • spatial poetry

    spatial poetry

    Notes and texts displayed spatially in my studio, scanned and translated to 2D again.
    January 2021

  • layered lines

    layered lines

    Working with transparent paper to create layered lines.
    December 2020

  • crumbling paper

    crumpling paper

    Crumpling, smoothing out and scanning the same paper over and over again. Creating a notebook with crumpled pages and other paper defects and details, instead of blank pages.

    December 2020

  • folding folds

    folding folds

    Folding paper at the same place over and over again, until it’s seen on the scan, which is normally smoothed out as much as possible by the Evernote scanning app.
    December 2020

  • this is not a moleskine notebook

    this is not a moleskine notebook

    Thinking of a notebook with pages that contain scans of the famous Moleskine notebook, declaring it’s clearly not a Moleskine notebook.
    December 2020

  • on beauty

    on beauty

    Reading and editing the book On Beauty by Zadie Smith. Reflecting on the text, and weaving my own texts into it.
    December 2020

  • this is not paper

    this is not paper

    Making a bigger and bigger rip in the paper until the paper is not seen as “paper” anymore by the Evernote scanning app.
    December 2020

  • this book is probably stolen

    this book is probably stolen

    Creating a concept of a stolen book, after my notebook with wavy lines was “stolen” by a company, selling it without my permission on Amazon, without Amazon taking actions.
    December 2020

  • get your ideas flowing

    get your ideas flowing

    Experimenting with more creative lines for a notebook, after only being able to find notebooks with straight lines or no lines at all. Starting with one set of flowing lines, creating separate pages from it.
    December 2020

  • distanced printing

    distanced printing

    Sending (almost) daily a personal note to a printer in Groningen from Antwerp.
    November 2020

  • can you me read?

    can you me read?

    Trying to translate my Dutch handwriting to English with Google Lens. Ending up as the translator myself, as I change my handwriting and sentence so Google Lens can actually understand me.
    November 2020