Thunderclap taking the cover of a blanket, literally speaking, but also figuratively as an unsuspecting agent that can smuggle and ‘air out’ private information into the public space.
Departing from the rumour that during WWII the artist Wassily Kandinksy was recruited by the British Intelligence to smuggle secret communication by encoding it into his abstract, systematic and... more
Attempting to put into action the articulation of Iranian design researcher, Mahmoud Keshavarz, that passport forgery can be viewed as a ‘critical practice of making which momentarily interrupts... more
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Invisible ink street poster workshop at The Influencers Festival in Barcelona.
An informal presentation accompanied by a demonstration of invisible ink. At Q-Space headquarters, a queer/feminist space, we used laundry powder as an optically activated invisible ink and were... more
A multi-functional preview and presentation booth for WORM Pirate Bay. Up to three visitors can crawl into the soft and womb-like cocoons to watch films, listen to music, read books, and even... more
A Media Archeology of Steganography performed at Therapy Session at TENT
TLTRNW (Too Long To Read And Write) is a thought experiment that envisions new breeds of languages by exploring stenography (shorthand), symbolic compressions of language and it's relationship to... more
A workshop on how to make, apply and activate various kinds of invisible inks such as lemon juice, starch, milk, baking soda and saliva.
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"Greetings from the Invisible Borderlands” is a series of messages that experiment with analog steganography, the art of concealing information within plain sight, for contemporary online... more
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