The Critical Escape is a publication that explores playing and playfulness as an autonomous form of art and as a tool for political agency. Furthermore, The Critical Escape proposes a playful practice to create and experience new realities – and to transform the reality we have.
A collection of five, short writings on a research trajectory undertaken in transformation of the everyday through playing
Produced in the context of the Master of Film program, Amsterdam NL.
Short essay about a production methodology between the Athletic, Artistic and Alchemical domains. Taking the framework outlined in Matthew Barney's Drawing Restraint and expanding it into a one-year research practice into athletics and ecstasy.
Essay version of a lecture made in 2013-14 on Ruin Value, liminal spaces and archeology of the future.
Originally published as BA Thesis for the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, NL.
Notes on a new liturgy
Collected short writings on the New Liturgy project I did between 2010 and 2013, on rituals and digital reproduction.
Includes manifestos, video transcripts and freeform theory.