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Onomatopee 47 / Cabinet project
Intimate Stories on Abscence
To what extend can artistic practice bring about new notions on urban planning...?

Onomatopee 11, Private Property, dealt with the promise of Strijp S as creative city from a bottom-up perspective. Zuidas AIR brings about similar urgencies and capacities. 
In the aftermath of a one year AIR program, artists Tom Tlalim (II/NL) Lieven De Boeck (BE), Frank Havermans (NL), Shinji Otani (JP) and Sachi Miyachi (JP) brought about new perspectives on the Amsterdam Zuidas area; an enormous urban project. The outcome is displayed in an exhibit; further considerations are highlighted in a publication.
Onomatopee shared the urgency of this project and the perspectives brought about. The layers available, research, presentation and publication, match Onomatopee processes. 

Graphic Design:Remco van Bladel and Rob van den Nieuwenhuizen

Text:Stan Majoor

Editing: Meinke Horn / Virtueel Museum Zuidas AIR

Advise:Freek Lomme

Produced by:Virtueel Museum Zuidas AIR


Intimate Stories on Abscence
Onomatopee 47

Tom Tlalim, Lieven De Boeck, Frank Havermans, Shinji Otani, Sachi Miyachi

Price: € 15,00    

ISBN 978-90-78454-40-3

165 x 240 mm / 6,5 x 9,5 inch
192 pages

Full color

Edition : 750

Printed by : Lecturis

© Onomatopee 2011