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Our three stories are almost finished, and in our last workshop we continued our illustrations for the book. We also started to write little paragraphs about the international aspects in the stories as well as short bios about all the … Continue reading
This was another workshop for the members of the English Hour at Duke University’s International House. In this workshop, most of the participants took their very first steps in painting with watercolors. I invited Jim Burris, a local artist from … Continue reading
My workshop Tree of Life took place on October 9, 2015 at Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art in Durham, North Carolina. This time I talked about the concept and motif of the “Tree of Life,” which has been … Continue reading
Six Data Gnomes, two Data Portraits, nine painted QR codes, and several 3D printed objects were sent to Rutgers University Camden. They will be part of the upcoming Hyperrhiz exhibition. More infos soon.
Making Mining Networking went on display on April 20, 2015 at Duke University’s The Edge digital workspace. The show was originally scheduled to run until mid May, but it was extended several times until September 2015. After that, a few … Continue reading