Vipassana: pitstop on a wandering path

A rich life with little stuff. That is what I hoped to find when I stepped into the train to Mongolia. Two years ago I started on a journey that found at least one conclusion in a meditation centre last

2015/07/28 / No comments

Vipassana: pitstop on a wandering path

A rich life with little stuff. That is what I hoped to find when I stepped into the train to Mongolia. Two years ago I started on a journey that found at least one conclusion in a meditation centre last


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2015/06/11 / Leave a comment

Freelance heaven: a winter retreat in Barcelona.

image: Saskia Huizinga Saskia knows a cheap place to update her portfolio: the public library of Barcelona.

2015/07/28 / No comments

Freelance heaven: a winter retreat in Barcelona.

image: Saskia Huizinga Saskia knows a cheap place to update her portfolio: the public library of Barcelona.


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2015/02/19 / Leave a comment

On killing and keeping Vlekje and Tenger

It is a year since the closing feast of the project Looking for Mongolia in Amsterdam-North. Three months after Midwinter I wrote this essay on what it meant to me.

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On killing and keeping Vlekje and Tenger

It is a year since the closing feast of the project Looking for Mongolia in Amsterdam-North. Three months after Midwinter I wrote this essay on what it meant to me.


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2014/12/19 / Leave a comment

Sketching a mobile habitat

First steps on paper towards a nomadic studio. It will take a while but I’m on my way.

2015/07/28 / No comments

Sketching a mobile habitat

First steps on paper towards a nomadic studio. It will take a while but I’m on my way.


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2014/12/19 / Leave a comment

Instal; repair; recuperate

I levelled the land; got caravan; placed small solar panel; replaced fuses; made pallet floor; emptied caravan; filled pallet floor with reed; laid top floor; oiled furniture (against humidity); secured floor; adjusted floor; oiled edges; repaired front tent; made music

2015/07/28 / No comments

Instal; repair; recuperate

I levelled the land; got caravan; placed small solar panel; replaced fuses; made pallet floor; emptied caravan; filled pallet floor with reed; laid top floor; oiled furniture (against humidity); secured floor; adjusted floor; oiled edges; repaired front tent; made music


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2014/12/19 / Leave a comment

Walking full circle to Datsjapark

   Once more in an intentional community. How a wanderer is growing mobile roots.

2015/07/28 / 4 Comments

Walking full circle to Datsjapark

   Once more in an intentional community. How a wanderer is growing mobile roots.


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2014/10/13 / 4 Comments

Camp 3 | Casa Coby

I wasn’t going to spend the winter in the BedMobile, but how else? My parents played guardian angels and put a request on the notice board of their camp site.

2015/07/28 / 2 Comments

Camp 3 | Casa Coby

I wasn’t going to spend the winter in the BedMobile, but how else? My parents played guardian angels and put a request on the notice board of their camp site.


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2014/10/13 / 2 Comments

Camp 3 | Move to Datsjapark

And then it was time to leave.

2015/07/28 / No comments

Camp 3 | Move to Datsjapark

And then it was time to leave.


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2014/10/13 / Leave a comment

Camp 2 | Brainstorm at Vliegenbos

Campsite Vliegenbos is developing rapidly. Manager Erik van der Linden asked me to gather creative people to come up with exciting ideas for a sustainable and adventurous future.

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Camp 2 | Brainstorm at Vliegenbos

Campsite Vliegenbos is developing rapidly. Manager Erik van der Linden asked me to gather creative people to come up with exciting ideas for a sustainable and adventurous future.


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2014/10/03 / Comments Off

Camp 2 | Move

As I learned from a 1950s leaflet a true camper moves every three days to heal the grass. I’m a bit more optimistic about its stamina, so I moved my BedMobile every two weeks. This is how it goes:

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Camp 2 | Move

As I learned from a 1950s leaflet a true camper moves every three days to heal the grass. I’m a bit more optimistic about its stamina, so I moved my BedMobile every two weeks. This is how it goes:


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2014/10/03 / Comments Off