After taking this picture, I went to where the horizon touches the right-hand side of this work.
From there I walked to the left, to where the horizon touches the left-hand side.
Walking this line took 16 minutes and 42 seconds.
Route de Maumont
Participation to La Biennale de Momon.
Route de Maumont
For most of us, Maumont proved to be an impossible destination. We had to approach it by means of just our imagination. Knowing the village for so long, I created a walk to show the real Maumont from a distance in seven photo positions. As soon as we can travel again, we could walk this route to emphasize and celebrate the long unattainable heart of our project.
On mobile phone the file Route de Maumont is downloadable for offline use.
Leave was a performance, ending in a series of photographs.
During a walk, in private and public space, I focussed on leaving places.
I avoided experiencing my movements as arriving at a place.
Stone and ball
From the street the artist throws a stone into the gallery,
from the gallery the curator throws a ball into the street.
For an hour I walked with my camera.
Its size is 14 x 15 cm.,
its weight is 1.021 gr.
I carried it in my hand.
In collaboration with Manuela Macco
we are standing
at different locations,
in shared darkness.
Biella, IT. – Dordrecht, NL.
After two try-outs (1 December, 4 January),
we will carry out the work on every last night of 6 consecutive months,
from 00:00 till 00:15 (USC+1), starting February 28, 2021.
A Scene #29 – #1
On this website and on Facebook I announce small events that will take place at a certain location and at a certain moment in the near future.
Everybody is invited to be at the exact spot at the exact time to contribute to the scene with his/her own simultaneous activity (or inactivity).
A Scene #29: the real world
On Saturday, March 13, 2020 at 2:20 PM (UTC + 1) I arrive at the door of a house, Grotekersbuurt 36 in Dordrecht, the Netherlands
(lat: 51.813892, long: 4.66324, alt: 0).
On the door is a poster with the exact location, date and time.
I’ll be at the door until the time runs out
A Scene #28: a parallel improvisation
in collaboration with Steef van Lent
On Saturday January 9, in the afternoon, we drove through the city of Rotterdam.
S drove his car in the northern part of the city, while I drove in the southern part of the city.
At exactly 2:20 pm I called S on the hands-free phone. During our call, we both spoke out loud the names of the streets we were driving through. The conversation took 25 minutes and was recorded.
Later I drew the routes on the satellite photo of Rotterdam. I connected the mentioned streets on either side of the river.
A Scene #27: Private, dark mode
On Saturday 12 December at 02:00 (UTC+1) I was standing motionless at the window of my living room (51.8137612 N, 4.671336 E) for 15 minutes, and looked into the nocturnal street. My face to the South, my arms beside my body.