Subjective Atlas of Hainaut

Subjective atlas mapping the Belgium province Hainaut from inside out by it’s inhabitants themselves »

Subjective Atlas of Fryslân

Subjective atlas mapping the Dutch province Fryslân from inside out by it’s inhabitants themselves »

Subjective Atlas of Hungary

Subjective atlas mapping Hungary from inside out by it’s inhabitants themselves »

Subjective Atlas of Mexico

Subjective atlas mapping Mexico from inside out by it’s inhabitants themselves »

Europe is in the eye of the beholder

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Poster reflecting on the image of Europe by Indian call centre employees

Calendar Puttershoek

Artwork in public space. Series of twelve traditional Dutch chequered tea towels »

Subjective Atlas of Serbia

Subjective atlas mapping Serbia from inside out by it’s inhabitants themselves »

Subjective Atlas of Palestine

Subjective atlas mapping Palestine from inside out by it’s inhabitants themselves »

Subjective Atlas of the Netherlands

Subjective atlas mapping Netherlands from inside out by it’s inhabitants »

Subjective Atlas of the EU from an Estonian point of view

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Kristjan Mändmaa: What is important in design? Annelys de Vet: Personal involvement and related ideas. Why are you a designer; what do you find appealing in design? Being able to investigate and develop ideas on society and culture, and transform the observations into useful ideas or even leave them as questions. You are constantly experimenting with different means and medias. Do you feel that everything is design or would you rather argue that these additional activities are merely attempts to seek variety and avoid boredom? The output of the work appears in different forms or media, but the input is always the same: ideas. The computer enables me to make videos, printed matter, sounds, images, drawings, websites, newspapers, posters, stamps and coins, all from the same position: sitting at a desk, countless mouse clicks, staring at a screen without a horizon. It’s not the medium that counts, it’s not the skill that matters, but it’s the attitude that makes the difference.

Subjective Atlas of the EU, from an Estonian point of view

Subjective atlas mapping EU from inside out by it’s inhabitants themselves »

Flying Seagull

Animation on the KPN tower Rotterdam »