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Category Archives: art

+K consulting for the elusive ‘T-factor’

In my first ever experiential consulting opportunity, in my spare time I’ll be lending a hand to Borut Separovic’s new multi-media experiential event. ‘T-factor’ is an attempt to address our private thoughts about what makes someone a terrorist.
Separovic (Croatia, 1967) is a theater director and choreographer in residence at Dasarts, the institute for advanced research [...]

Thinglink and fair trade

While at reboot8, I finally learned in detail of Ulla-Maaria Mutanen’s Thinglink. It’s an object-identification system that empowers craft makers with the ability to give unique labels to their creations. Thinglink’s open database then allows people to connect based on the story of the process and purpose of their creations.
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The Brother’s Quay

The Brother’s Quay are important stop motion animators. Their movies are set in finely-crafted enigmatic miniature dreamworlds. These micro-landscapes and the characters within them are insights into the brothers’ esoteric imagination.
The Holland Festival, in partnership with the Rotterdam Film Festival, is for the first time displaying the Quay’s sets. Looking into their microcosmic [...]