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DVD available

Sunday, January 23rd, 2011

We are very happy to announce that the DVD of NomadicMILK project is now available! The DVD contains all the video material and several extras. If you want to order a copy please drop us an email and we send you instructions to pay 7,50 euro’s, postal costs excluded.

Presentation in The Lakenhal

Sunday, December 9th, 2007

I made a short video impression of our presentation in Leiden.


Scheltema/Lakenhal
Marktsteeg 1, Leiden
Still on til January 20, 2007

Route visualization

Thursday, October 25th, 2007

On our way back from Graz I suddenly saw the reflection of the sun in the landscape, or better, in the water… What a beautiful way to visualize our route. This is not a traveling shadow, also a possible view from out of an airplane, but a traveling light….

Robot presentation at Neue Galerie Graz, AT

Thursday, October 11th, 2007

From Sept 23 through Nov. 25
 NomadicMILK is takeing part in the UN/FAIR Trade exhibition at Neue Galerie Graz, AT
At first I had to get used to the very political title and context of the exhibition, but Peter Weibel and Guenther Holler-Schuster, the curators of the show, managed to present a convincing combination of relevant artworks that gave me the feeling that trade in itself is a worthwhile theme. The pieces presented give an overview of possible approaches: from very critical to very politically correct, but also some straightforwardly cynical works.

The short video reportage of our presentation in Graz shows how we stick to our approach: food production in relation to the experience of space. And in this case also an emphasis on GPS-visualization as storytelling tool.

Presentation at Upgrade!

Thursday, March 22nd, 2007

Last night we did a nice presentation of the project at Upgrade!, an international series of evenings on art and technology, which claims to have a commitment to bridging cultural divides. This evening was devoted to ‘locative media’.
Se we felt really at home… The video shows how we operate the robot. It looks really nice already, but it is clear that the robot’s drawing skills still need some improvement!