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Critical? Practice!

What is critical practice anyway? When I joined the course, I was fresh with the frustration of having arguments with my BA tutor in which he tried again and again to convince me that mine was an architecture project and … Continue reading

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Wrapping up, handing in.

As the end of my MA approaches, it’s time to sum up my use of this blog for the Methods & Processes module. The initial purpose of die unendliche werkschau was to document my work as it went, providing me … Continue reading

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So, what am I doing again?

As much as I see the importance and usefulness of documenting stuff, I am just working at a pace in which at the end of the day I want to use those last five minutes to really finish what I’m … Continue reading

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Networks in Crisis, all in once

My work for the Networks in Crisis brief had maybe an even weirder timeline than the Spaces of Production one. When the brief came out, I didn’t even think of working on it because I was in the middle of … Continue reading

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The Lines Between

Again on the topic of renaming my website. I had been playing for a while with the concept of a bizzarrorama: a place or an instrument to see weird and obscure things. (behold a page of my sketchbook after four … Continue reading

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Spaces of Production IV: an overview.

I spent a ridiculous amount of time implementing the idea of drawing architectural plans of Ableton Live, eventually losing track of why I was doing it in the first place. Hence the completely pointless level of detail to which I … Continue reading

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Spaces of Production III: sketches and more sketches

I guess the easiest way to represent a piece of software as a space is to make architectural plans of it. I started to think of Ableton Live as a group of buildings and trying to represent its elements within … Continue reading

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