A workshop on how to make, apply and activate various kinds of invisible inks such as lemon juice, starch, milk, baking soda and saliva.
Work description as work
"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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BENJI™ is a speculative fiction that explores bio-information as a commodity and consequently envisions the prospects of genetic discrimination and the increasing personalisation of marketing... more
An interactive poster printed in 3 different types of invisible inks to ensure better protection. Steganography is the art and science of hiding messages in plain sight and invisible inks are one... more
We develop machines in our likeness, we copy that likeness.
We make machines like ourselves, we become that machine,
endlessly carrying and passing down the cycles of inherited cyborg... more
TLTRNW (Too Long To Read and Write) is a collection of sketches that explores abbreviation, compression and fragmentation in relation to how we consume and produce information and work in the... more
1) Get off the technological hamster wheel.
2) Innovation ≠ Good, Obsolete ≠ Bad.
3) Obsolete Design.
In the non-commercial section of Art Rotterdam 2015, artist Reinaart Vanhoe ran a xerox copy-and-paste-DIY bookmaking workspace called "My booth is your booth". ... more
The Freedom Collections was performed at Festival de Wereld van het Witte de Withkwartier. Petr Kazil who was in the audience described it as "a nice combination of a group-problem-solving-session... more