The Publication


Within the TIK project, we started to work at a publication. Normally one writes a kind of book with several authors, with a deadline and a final result. If media writers and other artists are working more process-related, then it would be a nice experiment to adopt a more process-minded approach for publishing. At the same time we have to keep the benefits of working collaboratively and in networks, related to limited printing on paper, and including on both platforms the necessary media files.

To begin with, we turned the thing upside down: we wrote up an extensive Table Of Content. All contributions can have a place in their, we just have to position them in, as they arrive. And if a new entry is needed, we can debate it and make one. Also when updates, changes, comments arrive, we can add them to the TOC as a separate entry.

We made a list for the Quality Board Members to help us out with some subtle quality control. If you want to be part of this, please send an email to bezdomny|tralala|okno|point|be. Same for interested contributors. Soon we will make a text with guidelines available.

TIK-TOC

0. An introduction is...

1. TIK IDEAS

1.1. STARTING IDEAS
1.1.1. A take up on the initial ideas that started off the TIK project
1.1.2. Raymond Roussel and "l'horloge à vent" as an inspiration
1.1.3. Wind clocks as catalysts for a new type of instrument
1.1.4. The open greens as indeterminate factor for an open environment for development
1.1.5. The TIK conferences, exhibitions and performances and how they were conceived

1.2. ABOUT ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT (a more in depth exploration of the origin of ecology and environmentalism)
1.2.1. Culture
1.2.1.1. Literature
1.2.1.1.a. Writing at the treshold of the hive
1.2.1.2. Better than land art
1.2.1.2.a. On a different soil
1.2.1.3. Current reframing of the natural
1.2.1.3.a. On ecological restoration
1.2.1.3.b. Endangered "zones of eternal piece"
1.2.1.3.c. re-Framing Nature
1.2.2. Science
1.2.2.1. Philosophy
1.2.2.2. Biology
1.2.2.2.a. Surreal story of the emergence of "in vivo" art
1.2.2.3. Cybernetics
1.2.2.4. Complexity
1.2.2.5. Gardening, bio-engineering
1.2.3. Politics
1.2.3.0. Critical materials from artists
1.2.3.0.a. Art in the 21st century pamphlet (2004)
1.2.3.1. Bio politics and activism
1.2.3.1.a. Czech forest, our National gallery
1.2.3.2. The current crisis and its cultural effects

1.3. ABOUT MEDIA AND ECOLOGICAL APPROACHES
1.3.1. Discussions within TIK
1.3.2. Chatting with participants, experts, on-viewers, audience

1.4. ABOUT URBANISM, CITIES AND COUNTRYSIDES, THE METROPOLIS AND BEYOND THE NATURE-CULTURE DUALISTIC REDUCTIONALISM
1.4.1. Urban gardening
1.4.1.a. False vegetation and paradise gardens
1.4.1.b. Gstettn between planning areas and fringes
1.4.1.c. Perpetuum mobile or the value of the worthless
1.4.1.d. An encounter of a locust tree and a toothbrush on a dissecting table
1.4.2. Rural gardening
1.4.3. And now something that exists in both

1.5. THINKING OF TIME, NON-LINEARITY AND WIND
1.5.a. À la recherche du temps plié
1.5.b. Rhythm in and of exhibitions and curatorial projects - an attempt
1.5.c. An exercise in attuned time keeping

1.6. THINKING OF THE GARDEN, AND ITS POSSIBLE REPRESENTATIONS
1.6.1. Definition of a non-garden
1.6.1.a. Travelling through OpenGreens
1.6.1.b. Fruitmap.sk
1.6.1.c. Orchard
1.6.2. How to make a field that exists partly here and mostly elsewhere
1.6.3. Interconnected and distributed gardening
1.6.4. What is experimental here

1.7. THINKING OF ACTIVITIES IN OPEN GREENS AND UNDER THE WIND
1.7.1. TIK and TAK
1.7.2. OpenGreens database
1.7.3. Art Pollution Kit
1.7.4. Observing bees
1.7.5. Gardeners artists
1.7.5.a. Thicket

1.8. RADIO ART
1.8.1. Thinking of non existing radio and how it can make a difference
1.8.1.a. Radio - who’s scheduling now
1.8.1.b. On using field recording and sound maps to investigate time
1.8.2. Radios, experimental radio works: a new concept is needed?

2. TIK TOOLS


2.1. TAK server
2.2. Wiki
2.3. Pad.ma
2.4. OpenGreens database

3. TIK SKILLS


3.1. COMPLEX DATA COMPLEX ALGORITHMS SIMPLE MOVEMENTS COMBINED
3.2. Sonification
3.2.1. Perspectives
3.2.1.a. About bees, radio, sonification, catastrophes, and nano futures
3.2.2. Methods
3.2.3. Examples
3.3. Visualisation
3.4. Interactions
3.5. Workshops
3.6. Conferences
3.7. OpenGreens gatherings
3.8. Public issues

4. TIK INSTRUMENTS


4.1. Wind clocks
4.2. OpenGreens database
4.3. APK-2
4.4. Instruments sound/image
4.4.1 Beestrings

5. TIK WORKS


5.1. Works
5.2. Performances
5.2.1. Okno + partners
5.2.2. ESC + partners
5.2.3. Col-me + partners
5.3. Installations
5.3.1. Travel through the OpenGreens
5.3.2. Urban ecology and archeology
5.4. Constructions
5.4.1. Portraits of art works from TIK festival Brussels
5.4.1.a. Bee Monitoring Installation
5.4.1.b. F-BOX
5.4.1.c. Flowing Two
5.4.1.d. OpenStructures
5.4.1.e. OpenGreens Graz.Brussels
5.4.1.f. A Plastic Bag
5.4.1.h. Video Composter
5.4.1.i. TIK publication
5.4.1.j. Osmogas - Zemiak
5.4.1.k. Thurn & Taxis sound map
5.4.1.l. Wind agents Mapping
5.4.1.m. Wind*Box
5.4.1.n. Illuminated Shroom
5.4.1.o. “Gstettn”_installation
5.4.1.p. Connected OpenGreens database
5.4.1.q. Breathing_time_installation
5.4.1.r. DIY Honey Batteries
5.4.1.s. Laundry Clock
5.4.1.s.s. Ctesibius
5.4.1.t. Intervention at Okno garden. Narratives for an imagined garden
5.4.1.u. Spacetime
5.4.1.v. Moss Clock
5.4.1.w. VÍTR
5.4.1.w.w. ideas
5.4.1.w.w.w. participating groups and artists
5.4.1.x. LightHouse WindClock
5.4.1.y. Nothing Suspecting Situation
5.4.1.z. Sown. Urban farming communities
5.5. Invited existing works
5.5.a. Spin 7
5.5.b. 24 7 - A sound installation by Florian Hollerweger

6. TIK REFLECTIONS AFTER THE FACT


6.1. What we remembered from the EkoTime conferences, relevance for (dis)continuing
6.1.1. The Time Inventors' Kabinet Conference
6.1.1.1. EkoTime 1: Brussels
6.1.1.2. EkoTime 2: Graz
6.1.1.2.a. Take Your Time
6.1.1.3. EkoTime 3: Zagreb
6.1.1.4. EkoTime 4: Skopje
6.1.1.5. EkoTime 5: Praha
6.1.1.5.a. On a different soil. Growth in art, society and culture
6.1.1.6. EkoTime 6: Brussels (Revisited)
6.1.2. The Time Inventors' Kabinet Art Show
6.1.2.a. Wind and Time - exhibition in ASIL Gallery Bratislava
6.1.3. The Time Inventors' Kabinet Fringe
6.2. Some critical interviews with participants
6.3. Some comments from the sideline or within
6.3.a. Exploring a Liminal Space in Brussels
6.4. Sustainability without follow-up thinking
6.5. Further developments that are necessary
6.5.1. A new organizational structure
6.5.2. A new series of works, deeper into the subversitvity of ecological thinking
6.5.3. A new attitude, evaluation, definition, outcome?

7. REFERENCES


books links objects people plants animals insects vegetables etc.

8. ISSUES

8. DRAFTS

 
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