TPDR

Mapping A Mental Universe – Transmedia Research/3.1(Transmedia Input Year 2009)

Posted in Transmedia Research by tpdr on June 9, 2009

The relationship between man and his environment has become more complex than ever before. Especially new technologies seem to make our lives easier, but in fact have a disorientating effect as well. In addition, we all have our personal view on the world influenced by memories and/or emotions.

With this set of drawings, applying techniques that allow chance to enter the process, I try to tap into my own memories of landscapes, maps, pictures of remote sites(mostly macrocosmic), microscopic patterns, etc. to bring them together in a kind of personal, mental maps. It is up to the viewer to compare them to his/her own personal view on the world and allow the maps to trigger personal memories, fantasies or imagination, in order to get carried away.

Various formats. Using: soap-water & ink, pencil, prints, ink, smoke/fire and sand.

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  1. hilde princen said, on June 11, 2009 at 9:09 am

    maakt een mens nieuwsgierig. veel succes met je tentoonstelling. Welk werk toon jij?

    • tpdr said, on June 12, 2009 at 12:29 am

      🙂 Merci! K toon normaal enkel mijn tekeningen op de tentoonstelling, hoewel er een video is die ook nog een lichte kans maakt, de rest van mijn werk (vooral het ruimtelijk werk) is nog te veel een reeks experimenten die wel gedocumenteerd zijn maar niet echt zouden werken voor ‘buitenstaanders’:) Tot binnenkort nog eens!


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