„How we spend our days is, of course,
how we spend our lives.‘

– said Annie Dillard, author of „Pilgrim at Tinker Creek“ – a nonfiction narrative book that contemplates life, nature and the world. To keep track of the days and contemplate life, that’s also the aim of my blog notes and instagram posts.

„Wie wir unsere Tage verbringen, so verbringen wir auch unser Leben“ – sagte Annie Dillard, die Autorin von „Pilger am Tinker Creek“, einer preisgekrönten Sammlung von Beobachtungen und Gedanken. Die Tage und das Leben im Blick zu behalten, das ist auch das Ziel meiner Blogeinträge und der Instagram Posts.

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the new normal: digital art academy, and a daily art task

May 23rd, 2020 -  It's week 10 of lockdown, with restrictions easing since this month. And it's week 5 of: art academy summer semester. Like all universities and schools, the new semester brought a new way to...

100 Days of Exploring and Sharing – #the100dayproject

April 26th, 2020 -  The 100DayProject is a free art project that takes place online. Every spring, thousands of people all around the world commit to 100 days of exploring their creativity. The idea is simple: choose a...

journey into lockdown, back to blogging, #aprillove2020, a selfquarantine exhibition + art is where...

April 12th, 2020 -  It feels like writing from another time and reality: out of a world that has changed, that is struggling with a virus, without the fitting medicine yet. The scenario that has...

subversive verses: Code 1.1 at Carbon Copy

there is ice in justice. there is row in growth. ...and there is my artwork "Code 1.1" on a gallery wall in Antwerp right now: The exhibition is "CCO1", in Tique gallery. My work is the first...

exciting news: carboncopy & patterns of power, and: novo – luck – cap(tur)e,...

It's been a while since I sent a submission to an art place. And unfortunately it's also been a while since I put a blog post together. Yet in one of those unexpected turns, things...