Over the last month as part of my work on CORNERS I have witnessed the development of an incredible body of collaborative artwork. I’ve seen the first iteration of a number of pieces as I visited Stockholm and the Stockholm County municipality of Haninge. I also discussed concepts and ambitions with project leaders during a trip to Donostia / San Sebaistan. I am working on this project thanks to Isis Arts who asked me to work with them to develop a ‘Digital Extension’ for Corners (With the amazing support of our friends at Sourcefabric).

Over the last month as part of my work on CORNERS I have witnessed the development of an incredible body of collaborative artwork. I’ve seen the first iteration of a number of pieces as I visited Stockholm and the Stockholm County municipality of Haninge. I also discussed concepts and ambitions with project leaders during a trip to Donostia / San Sebastian. I am working on this project thanks to Isis Arts who asked me to work with them to develop a ‘Digital Extension’ for Corners (With the amazing support of our friends at Sourcefabric).

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So, while we are fixing the last details of our collaborative actions, we can think more deeply about the process of creating works that can involve local communities and connect people at the corners of Europe. The Participation Lab with …

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It is not only the audience, the public that attends to arts venues, such as exhibitions, events, educational or divulgative gatherings (for not talking about auctions and art fairs) that is relatively small in numbers – it is commonly estimated …

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Since I started to work with ants I have never expected that working with humans could be really so competitive… (ok, just kidding 😉 ) I am probably the last completely new person who joined this great team few days …

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Leaving things behind is always sad. Always. Even if you are leaving a long and grey wintertime to greet a new season. Today is the first day of Spring and it’s a day of departure. We are leaving Middlesbrough to …

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However, the main cone of shadow (the umbra) is only just long enough to do this, and totality can be witnessed from only a very restricted area of the Earth`s surface as the Moon’s shadow sweeps along a narrow corridor …

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As you can see, these two islands clearly look like a mother bunny with her little baby bunny. But I cannot decide if the little bunny is flying after his mommy following her, or rather if he’s moving away from her by driving an imaginary car, while sadly looking at her and thinking: “Bye, mom. The continental drift is driving us apart.”

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