THE VERSATILITY OF MY PRACTICE (selection since 2016)

 
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Hack4socialgoods

#65: pitching our prototype for the video of an online hackathon about social innovation.

Alps_dasarts

#64: giving a workshop about feedback at the Alps Art Academy

Versatility #63

#63: being an outside eye

Versatility #60

#60: feed-backing the book fair (image © Jan Bolomey)

#58: Talking about cookbooks and the dramaturgy of art publications

#57: Preparing a presentation on my hotelroom door

#56: sending 150 copies of 'This Book is Yours' to our backers, funders and contributors.

Versatility #55

#55: making a video for the crowdfunding of our book

#52: running the bar after a concert.

53

#53: editing a book about collaboration that is 10 tables long.

50

#50: facilitating a co-creation session for a symposium

#49: organising a karaoke bar in the kitchen

48

#48: re-imagining an event to present artistic research together

#47: picking up an artist at the train station.

#46: watering the raspberry and strawberry plants in the permaculture keyhole garden.

#45: cooking Pasta a la Norma for 15 people (including 2 Italians).

#43: checking if there is a dead mouse under the fridge.

41

#41: co-creating a tool to re-position your (artistic) practice

#39: preparing the Christmas tree

#37: distributing flyers for an informal event.

#23: cleaning nettles we picked for the soup.

25

#25: planting ideas

#22: transporting stones for a permaculture garden.

#20: heating up the sauna.

19

#19: hacking the Actor-Network Theory to create a community garden project.

#18: reading lots of applications.

#9: hiding cables in dusty places for the sake of the audience's security.

8

#8: re-inventing the art institution collaboratively

Versatility #7

#7: making a radio program with a wifi made from whiskey boxes, together with artists and refugees

#5: assisting an artist to film his project outside of a refugee centre

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Versatility #63

#63: being an outside eye