Research on paper in two workshops:

Can we write away from how writing is supposed to look like on paper? I explored this question with fellow word-artist Milos Zahradka Maiorana of Multimondo Press during the workshop Try a Twombly at the DOOR Factory in Rome in February 202, supported by the Villa Massimo - Academia Tedesca. We drew our inspiration from the critic Roland Barthes and his writing on the work of Cy Twombly. All the participants got an accompanying t-shirt and totebag. 

Together with the artist Ditte Lyngkaer Pedersen I taught a workshop Walking on Paper at Byhøjskolen Århus in Aarhus, Denmark in November 2022. Writing is walking on paper. Instead of the sound of your feet touching the ground, you can listen to the feedback of the paper when our pen scratches its surface. You can also decide to leave the trodden path from left to right, think with your knee, let go of words, get lost on paper. Obviously, you can take a break. If you succeed in creating a continuous break, you are on vacation (at least on paper).