A work with a critical view towards online- and printed publishing.
I’ve been exploring the boundaries within online publishing. Looking
at the process of creating an online publication.
Most of the work circles around the question of 'Why people still
consider the process of making a printed publication more valuable
then an online publication?'.
For instance, the engagement of finding the right…
Type of Paper
…whereby the content is best reflected through this structure.
When publishing online, people often use ‘ready-made’ platforms,
with empty placeholders, ready to be filled.
Satisfied with standard settings, without wondering whether the
content is reflected through the structure.
My work consists out of a set of online experiments where I explore
the boundaries between the visitor’s relation to the content,
structure and each other.
It's a matter of understanding what interactivity implies, that
there's no fixed element, A is changing because of B and B is changing
because of A. Interaction resides on the relation to the object.
When looking at online publishing as an ongoing process one have to
look at it as a process situated in an interactive structure, an
ever-changing structure, dependent on people's actions & decisions,
similar to a conversation.
A structure, depending on…
…a dialogic form of publishing; a collaboration between the visitors
to the structure.