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If you were to go on a discovery nowadays, how would you travel, where would you go? A question I asked a group of 10 year olds in the local multicultural primary school, where I was teaching, training to become … Continue reading
The Header. The project is now called Reflector Kids Gallery. It has given it direction. Reflector.com was already taken: A small newspaper from a small American town. While checking for names, I also came across this one. It made me … Continue reading
This is where they started PS | 14052019 I just realized, how much their work looks like the Flowers by Andy Warhol! 🙂
Insects are in danger and we need to help them. By inventing new, hybrid species, we can do this. I am doing a one year course to become an artist in school. Art education, a personal eye-opener. Tomorrow I am … Continue reading
This week I also conducted a workshop with the youngest in school, 6 year olds. They were explained that we need more insects and flowers, but we have little space for flower fields in the city. Therefor we need to … Continue reading
One of the first results from a workshop I did at the Flevopark School in my neighborhood. Insects are in danger and we need to help them. By inventing new, hybrid species, we can do this. This funky flying … Continue reading
Tomorrow I am doing a workshop with 11 and 12 year olds on insects. As an artist I inspire them (diverge in educational lingo) to create a new insect, a man-made hybrid of technology and biology, to survive – and … Continue reading