‘A Cookbook of Invisible Writing’ is an introduction to analog steganography, a type of secret writing that is hidden in plain sight. It is an invisible ink colouring book, recipe book, puzzle book and artistic research book. ‘A Cookbook of Invisible Writing’ is an introduction to analog steganography, a type of secret writing that is hidden in plain sight. It is an invisible ink colouring book, recipe book, puzzle book and artistic research book.
In this iteration of Thunderclap, the show was set up as part-shop, part-sewing workshop and part-exhibition. Thunderclap employs steganography to publicly redistribute the erased work of Chinese anarcho-feminist He-Yin Zhen (1886–1920) through the medium of clothing accessories.
The exhibition Hutong Whispers is a steganographic catalogue of steganographic publishing projects camouflaged as a laundry line.
A transcription of a talk on censorship and steganography given in Beijing wherein a suspected government spy was part of the audience.
‘Thunderclap’ is a steganographic zine, that piggybacks on fashion accessories to publicly distribute the suppressed writings of Chinese anarcho-feminist, He-Yin Zhen (1886-1920).
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.
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 the matching accord of body, citizenship and freedom of movement’, the project ‘Shanzhai Passports’ not only attempts to place questions of race and empire at the centre of the surveillance discourse, but also how this continues to perpetuate the construction of illegalised bodies from the ’third world’ and illegal counterfeit products made in Asia.
Limited edition printed for TENT Rotterdam, during the exhibition Spending Quality Time With My Quantified Self curated by Niekolaas Johannes Lekkerkerk and Jesse van Oosten.
Meditations on the Indranet follows the philosophical Buddhist metaphor 'Net of Indra' in which Indra's celestial Net is used as a model of our interconnected universe. This imperial net is made of all jewels. Each eye of the net is a jewelyou can think of them as nodes.
Inspired by Gordon Matta-Clarkes' completion through removal method in changing and complexifying spaces, I adopted the same technique to a Vogue magazine.
A book of portraits of five close friends and family. Affection grows through time spent with others; it is tactile, emotional and intimate.
Exhibition design for 'Fields of [Inter]action', part of the exhibition ‘A better world, Another power’ in the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAi) Rotterdam, at the Architecture Biennale Rotterdam. Fields of [Inter]action is an exhibition of 5 projects of artists Jeanne van Heeswijk and Dennis Kaspori.
Published in the 1975, Mexican/Dutch artist Ulises Carrións wrote “The New Art of Making Books”. In the chapter “What a book is” he was thinking about books not restricted to its formal properties but as a sequence of spaces and moments, essentially liberating its definition from its physical representation as a paper codex. For the Off the Press: Electronic Publishing in the Arts conference in Rotterdam, I transposed the text “What a book is” into an e-book using hotglue, a visual tool for creating websites directly in the web-browser.