”I can imagine people experienced sheer joy at the sight of Hoog Catharijne under construction in the 1960s. […] Back then the role of the architect was creating The New. But the current plans of Hoog Catharijne are the exact opposite of that New, they seem to be inspired by massive cynicism and boredom” - Wouter Vanstiphout, Design as Politics/Crimson Architectural Historians
“British-Moroccan photographer Hassan Hajjaj has been out on the open road with Marrakech’s bike gangs, who come prepared with polka dot veils, Nike djellabah and heart-shaped sunnies.”
The Things We Are & Nick Liefhebber present χάος
The Things We Are & Nick Liefhebber collaborated on 13 limited risograph prints plus a small zine which will be presented at Blackbird Coffee in Utrecht on friday january 10. The opening will be from 17:00 till 19:00. More info in the FB event
Current Values 27 november, 20.00u/h
LocationTENT is located on the ground floor of Witte de With Straat 50, 3012 BR Rotterdam
Erasmus University researcher Esther Keymolen gives a lecture on the intricate balance between the online sharing of personal information and the act of being shared as a piece of information, and how this privacy paradox is a major challenge for today’s information society. Designer David Benqué introduces his fictional activist group ‘The New Weathermen’, consisting of biohackers who use DIY biology as a form of direct action against climate change. NRC-next columnist Floor Rusman shares her observations about why people are fine with being spied upon and Pieter Rogaar shares his views on the usefulness of ethical hacking and why it is also important to monitor compliance in the virtual world.
Clara Emo-Dambry is currently living in London.
And looking for new and exciting professional opportunities anywhere in the world.
“Auto Ink is a three axis numerically controlled sculpture. Once the main switch is triggered, the operator is assigned a religion and its corresponding symbol is tattooed onto the persons arm. The operator does not have control over the assigned symbol. It is assigned either randomly or through divine intervention, depending on your personal beliefs.”
Born in Rocca S. Giovanni (Chieti), Italy in 1968; raised in Sindelfingen, Germany. Lives and works in Milan and Stuttgart.