From Centre to Periphery


Chapters


CH 8)
The Geospatial
»Other«


CH 7)
How to Hide
a Mountain

CH 6)
The Engineering
of Away


CH 5)
GeoVisions:
Land Bodies

CH 4)
Technosol


CH 3)
Land Body
Herbarium


CH 2)
Surplus Matter Topographies


CH 1)
Past Pleasures
Series I & II








(CH8)
THE GEOSPATIAL »OTHER« (Video installation)
 

Showing a timelapse of 30 min, the video installation shows the geospatial »other« on the periphery.  

Part of the performance piece (How to Hide a Mountain).
2023



(CH7)
»HOW TO HIDE A MOUNTAIN« (Lecture Performance)
Composed of two narrative layers, the audio-visual performance interweaves layers including fieldresearch, audio recordings and photography.
2023



(CH6) THE ENGINEERING OF »AWAY« (Book)             
The book shows a collection of technologies (patents) used in the creation or maintenance of the land body. Screenprinted with waste ashes, the residues of waste incineration technology, the book questions the focus placed on patenting ever more technology that upholds the status quo rather, its site-specific problems rather than zooming out.
2023


(CH5)
GeoVisions: LAND BODIES (Publication)  

The glossary on Land Bodies collects and analyses the language used in the field of waste management. The resulting euphemisms and false interpretations of landscape thus reveal on how language actively contributes to the detachment of the realities of modern landfills & waste.
2023–ongoing 2023

(CH4)
TECHNOSOL 

Collecting soil from several landfills across the Netherlands as a means to understand the landscape through its materiality.
More to follow. 2023–ongoing

(CH3)
LANDBODY HERBARIUM

We may reading the landscape, the landbody (landfill), through its growing vegetation.
More to follow. 2023–ongoing


(CH2)
WASTE TOPOGRAPHIES

Mapping open waste dumps across time, such as Kuwait and Ghazipur. The gaze of the satellite traces a shifting and continously terraformed geography.
Ongoing


(CH1)
PAST PLEASURES SERIES I & II

Documentary photography series, which traces the relationship between objects and their owners, between value and discard on the outskirts of Edinburgh. 
2013–2016






Some of these projects are ongoing, long-term endavours within the area of discard studies and post-natural landscapes, whereas others have been completed.




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