Kraaienest Blijft (2022) | Film | 5:00 min.
Through photogrammetric imagery, 'Kraaienest Blijft' explores the structures of a seemingly abandoned Grand Café in the Dutch city of Groningen. The piece assembles shattered interiors of – at first sight – unused spaces. Fragments of a conversation with former homeless students reveal that the property is actually far from vacant, and show that there is an alternative.
Sound: Robbie Doorman
Commisioned by: SIGN project space, Groningen
So Settler Are you a Pioneer? (2020) | Film | 7:00 min.
‘So Settler, Are You a Pioneer?’ captures the structures of a rapidly changing peripheral neighbourhood: material remains of an obsolete infrastructure, luxury apartments, and piles of bricks that once used to house people. The work re-assembles and digitally preserves sites that are often overlooked in tales of linear progress. The piece is a journey through distorted urban landscapes, an assemblage of partial perspectives. By adapting the cartographic technique of photogrammetry, Wouter aims to question the authorities who decide what is and what is not in focus. Image - Wouter Stroet Sound - Bo Bolten Voice #1 - Matida Médard Voice #2 - Robin Stark
Image - Wouter Stroet
Sound - Bo Bolten
Voice #1 - Matida Médard
Voice #2 - Robin Stark
¶#2: Bundle theory (2021) | publication | xx pages xx by xx cm | 1 colour risograph | published by OUTLINE | Designed in collaboration with: Tjobo Kho
Red Amsterdam Noord (2022) | Publication | 12 x 18 cm
Ym€r€ (2021) | Poster Series | 594 x 841 mm & 420 x 594 mm | In collaboration with 'Red Amsterdam Noord'
HOTEL MOKUM (2021) | Visual Identity
Torii - Return to Form (2020) | 12" Vinyl | Cardboard reversed sleeve & inner sleeve | 3 colour offset
OUTLINE #2: De Lokale omroep (2018) | Residency for Kunstenplatform PLAN B | Bekegem, Belgium
Radio Voorwaarts Solidarity Stream with Alternative Amsterdam (2021) | Fundraiser & Live Streams
OUTLINE #1: An Attempt at Mapping Sarajevo (2018) | Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
I Am (N)ever Lost (2018) | Film | 10:00 min.
When confronted with the incomprehensible, we tend to make maps. We place and order things in a way that it becomes readable. But what if the map itself becomes incomprehensible? I Am (N)ever Lost examines our position towards geographical information systems (GIS). It is a journey through the patchwork of images that is presented to us as an accurate reflection of reality. Allow me to know your location and I will lead you home.
*All footage is captured with Google.
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