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Mister Soerjoadipoetro lecturing on Tagore in Java

( COLLECTION_TROPENMUSEUM_’De heer Soerjoadipoetro houdt een voordracht over de school van Tagore voor o.a. kwekelingen van het Nationaal Onderwijs Instituut ‘Taman Siswa’ te Bandung Java’ (Mister Soerjoadipoetro is lecturing about the school of Tagore for a group of students who will become teachers in the National Educational Institute ‘Taman Siswa’, in Bandung, Java)

( COLLECTION_TROPENMUSEUM_’De heer Soerjoadipoetro houdt een voordracht over de school van Tagore voor o.a. kwekelingen van het Nationaal Onderwijs Instituut ‘Taman Siswa’ te Bandung Java’ (Mister Soerjoadipoetro is lecturing about the school of Tagore for a group of students who will become teachers in the National Educational Institute ‘Taman Siswa’, in Bandung, Java)

Image shared by Wendelien van Oldenborgh, workshop 3, March London 2014

Otolith Group: Mural

Otolith Group, NGBK, Berlin

Otolith Group’s ‘A Century Before Us’, NGBK, Berlin, photo by Winfried Mateyka

Otolith Group mural detail

Otolith Group’s ‘A Century Before Us’ mural detail, photo by Carla Cruz

Otolith Group, NGBK, Berlin

Otolith Group’s ‘A Century Before Us’, NGBK, Berlin, photo by Winfried Mateyka

See more photos of Otolith Group’s ‘A Century Before Us’ piece by Winfried Mateyka here

Christian Nyampeta’s New Habits Prototypes

Can we conceive of an everyday that resembles a pilgrimage? Such life as a journey would be facilitated by a set of furnishings that model themselves into forms, following sustained use and dialogues. The sandals here offer structures for visiting. The sandals are a sensing organ between the body and the covered territories. The idea of wearing sandals induce a way of walking that is specific, responsive, sensitive and self-fashioning. The resulting gestures and attitudes could place the body in a commodious and evolving correspondence with the world.

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