NICO VAN HOORN
TRASHLOG

 COLLECTING  A PIECE OF TRASH FOR THE INTERNET  EVERY DAY 

ABOUT  TRASHLOG

MAY 5 - 2002 / MAY 4 - 2005

The project consists of a half an hour daily walk looking for a piece of trash lying in the street. I don't need to dig in waste baskets, there is enough trash to find in the street. 

The trash may be of paper, plastic or metal, but it may never be bigger than 10 x 15 cm and it must be as flat as possible.

From the founded items I choose one item to be scanned and this item will be on view on internet.

Nico van Hoorn (1949)
Nijmegen - The Netherlands

P.O. BOX - 1105 - 6501 BC - Nijmegen - The Netherlands

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I don't need to dig in waste baskets, there is enough trash to find in the street.
VIDEO
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yNUop2C-XEQ
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7KwnUOyieo

 

EXHIBITIONS 
TRASHLOG, AT: MUSEUM DE STRATEMAKERSTOREN
Photo: video still, Marijke v.d. Scheer. Photo: video still, Marijke v.d. Scheer.

Nijmegen The Netherlands. From November 6 to December 14, 2003. [ group exhibition ]

TRASHLOG, INVITED FOR   'FILE - 2003'  SAO PAULO BRAZIL

The FILE-2003, the Electronic Language International Festival is holding its annual event from August 7 to August 23, 2003 in the Cultural Institution and Museum 'Paço das Artes', in São Paulo City.

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TRASHLOG, AT THE GREENMUSEUM.ORG

This online museum emerged from our own experiences making environmental art and from seeing firsthand some the challenges facing artists, community groups, nonprofit organizations and arts institutions when it came to presenting and discussing environmental art

More than a museum, we see greenmuseum.org as a giant collaborative art making tool. We hope you find it useful, friendly and easy to navigate. If you have any information you'd like us to know about or publish please let us know. Thank you!

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