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Arduina - AdMA research on non-human interactions in forest ecologies

In the forest – Who are the observers?
A closer look into non-human agency.

Ontology of shapes - DADA ISSUES

A real-life experiment on personal actions and initiatives that question the grids of society, politics, capitalism and ethics.

Science-Art-Slam

Scientists and artists meet through stories – about stars, planets, particles, cells and more – The research leaves the lab to become inspiration for musicians, dancers, visual artists and poets.

ongoing research

August 5, 2021

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The walking route is based on the GR 16. It follows “the Queen of the Belgian rivers” The river is female? as described on the trekking website
I’m visiting on my computer, sitting behind my desk, while my partner
is sanding the walls of the other room. The Grande Randonnée 16 is a
walking route of 209km following the Semois from Arlon to Monthermé. The
hike has 9 étapes.

The walking route is based on the GR 16. It follows “the Queen of the Belgian rivers” The river is female? as described on the trekking website
I’m visiting on my computer, sitting behind my desk, while my partner
is sanding the walls of the other room. The Grande Randonnée 16 is a
walking route of 209km following the Semois from Arlon to Monthermé. The
hike has 9 étapes.

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proposal written during AdMA 20-21

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I’m in the process of making a walking guide, a spell book, a ritual instruction, a collection of propositions, a choreography for the own- and other-body, a focus shifting exercise. The book will be small, so that it won’t take up too much place and weight while on the walk.

The walking route is based on the GR 16. It follows “the Queen of the Belgian rivers” The river is female? as described on the trekking website I’m visiting on my computer, sitting behind my desk, while my partner is sanding the walls of the other room. The Grande Randonnée 16 is a walking route of 209km following the Semois from Arlon to Monthermé. The hike has 9 étapes.

What is the symbolism of the number nine?

 

“It is the number of universal love, eternity, faith, universal spiritual laws, spiritual awakening, leading by positive example, selflessness, destiny, life purpose and soul mission, generosity, a higher perspective, inner-strength, public relations, responsibility, intuition, strength of character.” That’s a lot of meaning. Conveniently fitting for the guide I’m thinking of making.

In the book there will be nine chapters. It will be bound in a way so that the book can be taken apart. A book can be so solid and one directional. It pretends to be complete through its shape and connotation. The participant has the choice to add or remove pages while, before or after the walk. 

V: How can I bind a book so that it is possible to add or change the order of the pages? 

“DS 50 FASTENERS MET 70850 – 6,29 euro’s – wordt geleverd op 26 februari”

The body of the book.
How can I make an object that is not adding more to the ecological imbalance? Does it make sense to talk about overproduction on a produced object? Produced by the processes it is critiquing? Is it enough to make the object as ecological as possible? 

BIO TOP 3® next PAPER. Produced by Mondi”
Versatile by nature – inspired by nature

Bio Top 3® next is extremely versatile and meets the highest requirements: it combines an authentic look with an extensive environmental profile.

“Mondi plc is a British multinational packaging and paper group employing around 26,000 people with around 100 production sites across more than 30 countries, predominantly in Europe, Russia, North America and South Africa. Net income in 2019: € 846 million”

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Les Oiseaux Blues

L'Oiseau Blue - print 01 - 35mm film - inkjet print

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L'Oiseau Blue - print 01 - 35mm film - inkjet print

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“Vicky De Visser (1991) is a Belgian born, Amsterdam based multidisciplinary maker.

Her research practice is anchored in socio-political contexts, embraces ecological thinking, questions the semantics of materiality, and has an anthropological interest in the formation and decline of communitas through movement and improvisation (re:inter/acting to the unforeseen through memory and initiation).

Concerned with human and nonhuman conflict and connection, she actively engages in codependent (entangled) research and making  methodologies. Her performances often rely on audience participation (human and nonhuman) both on stage and in public spaces.

Prefered media are moving image, dance, sound, photography and graphic design. She is currently experimenting with critical fabulation to weave different epistemologies together.

De Visser achieved her BA in Art History (2012) at the Catholic University of Leuven, BA in Graphic design (2016) and a Master in Audiovisual Performance Art (2018) at Sint Lucas University College of Art and Design Antwerp, where she was granted The Lucas Award for her thesis ‘Rituals for Audiovisual Performances’. She also participated in the preparatory year for Mime (2019) at the Academy for Theatre and Dance in Amsterdam.

Most recently, she graduated as part of the research team at the Advanced Master of Research in Art and Design (2021) at Sint Lucas University College of Art and Design Antwerp.

Find me elsewhere:

info@vickydevisser.com

+31(0)6 87 69 59 61