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deep within lies the inner dance

On my last station of the trip, in Brussels, I met Karen Indesteege, a graphic designer who just graduated from university that day. She took me to her diploma exhibition, which was dedicated to a very interesting topic: dementia and

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don’t dig too deep

“What I like about the physical aspect is, that it is so heavy and you don’t have to kill something.” Still in Amsterdam I met Rixta van der Molen, who studies at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. The media she goes

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I follow the road through canals, bordered by blooming gardens and brick houses to the home of Muha Nad Rasheed, an Amsterdam based dancer, choreographer, musician, painter and thinker. In his little urban retreat, 20 minutes away from the city

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nach einer unendlichen wiederholung ist der ursprung vergessen

When i met Karina Mosegård in her place in Copenhagen, we immediately switched to German. She had lived in Berlin for several years, to study sculpting at the university of fine arts (Universität der Künste). Berlin in the 90ies was

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tunnelbana mosaik

I had spent the entire day on a ship to get to Stockholm. So here I was, in one of the most beautiful cities of Europe. Hip and cool, a sunny weekend. Maybe bad luck or bad timing, but there

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grüner faden

Still in Helsinki I met the multisided artist Carolin Koss. Suiting her life situation, she lives in a former atelier. Next to her furniture, the room is full of tons of her works, painting, photographies, collages, canvases. She does practically

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In Helsinki I met Maria Tolvanen, a textile designer from Finland. We sat in her kitchen and it felt like we were surrounded by patterns. The fabrics, the dishes, the carpet, the decoration, I suddenly saw everything figured. And seriously;

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After I left Estonia, my journey lead me to Tampere, a city north of Helsinki. Somewhere, between lakes and forests lives Jayson Rohde aka JARO. He moved from Berlin to Finland about four and a half years ago and started working there

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chinese surfer vase

Leaving the old town of Tallinn behind, you’ll find an area, calm and nice, with wooden houses. “I like this one, it looks like the one from the moomins.” Liisa Kruusmägi studied painting and drawing and now works on various

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water and deconstruction

“What I see in this, is water and deconstruction.” Todays “domino” Marta Tamaris Tarasiuk picked me up from the metro-station and guided me to her place. A quiet and sunny spot, close to the city centre of Warsaw. Her apartment is

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Warsaw: On the other side of the internet I met Hanna Kaszewska. I got the contact through my institute, which is caring for good relations to the Polish pendant, the Instytut Edukacji Artystycznej. Hanna also took part in a networking

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adam vs eva

The cosmopolitan architect, designer and artist “Quint”, born as Adriaan Neven du Mont lives in Budapest only in periods. His family is spread all over the world and he and his wife Maomi wander from place to place as they

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the iterations at the pink place

“There is no future for graphic designers here, except if you do advertisement” When I arrived in Zagreb, first there was no one to meet. All my trying had lead to nothing, when then suddenly Ivorin was introduced to me.

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“You won’t find any artists here.” I met Luka Zabret (also known as Ðabret) at the Academy Of Arts in Ljubljana. “You won’t find any artists here.” He made fun of me and of course I felt stupid to speak

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it all goes back to the beginning

“I could never say the things in sentences, the way I can write them down.” Blue skirt, blue shirt, when I met Patricia Fašalek in the city center of Ljubljana. Before we started working on the domino-project, we spend some time talking

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Two people, tired but of good temper. Another domino in Vienna. Philipp and Julia, partners in crime, had worked the night before at Mondscheinbazar, a late night flee market . For their label “Fuxherz” they print bags and shirts with

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“Vienna is like a big art historical museum.” Vienna soaked in sun. On the stairs of “Volkstheater” in museum district, I met Erwin also known as Dan Bartensen. He works as a graphic designer and as if somebody had arranged

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white matter

“The words are my colors”. Springtime in Berlin-Kreuzberg. With my toolbox on wheels I felt like a tourist, while searching for Alice Evermores apartment. Before she moved to Berlin she lived in Brussels and New York. “This time I’ll probably

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no purple paintings!

“Oh, this will become art?” Berlin-Kreuzberg on a sunday. In front of his door I find Jon Campbell, a painter from New York City, that lives in Berlin since 2007. After growing up in Germany, Jon moved to the US with

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collage, collage

“You take different things, put them together and give them a unit form.” To start the project, I had to find something to work with at the first meeting. I decided to bring a staple of black and white photocopies.

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how to make a casting mold for plaster…

How to make a casting mold for plaster I asked Hannes Uhlenhaut, a sculptor from Leipzig, to teach me something that I could pass on to another person, for me to figure out how to organize my project. So, first we

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the toolbox

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