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annelein pompe

Boulevard Lemonnier 52, brussel, Belgium
Annelein Pompe, 1988 graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld academy in Amsterdam at the Image and Language departement. She writes animal stories, makes documentairy films and paints portraits of fictional birds. She lives in Brussels where she teaches drawing and creative-writing in several art schools. This year her first feature film wil premiere in Brussels with the generous help of the V.A.F

Landlords


a new constitution for a global basic income society in a digital age

Landlords


a new constitution for a global basic income society in a digital age
short autobiographical stories about the 27 landlords I had in five countries that eventually wil reflect on universal basic income, labour, sex and souverainity in public space
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  • Systemic changes

The broader impact on the development of architecture in future? I think the way that our economy is interlaced with how public space is the place where I would want to see it. And the internet.

Think of the benches in the park on which you can or cannot lie. The design of those benches lies at the basis of an unsustainable economy.

Basic income would not mean an economic crisis but a humanitarian one. That should redefine the way we ride our bike but also the way we build a house and even paint one.


Landlords


a new constitution for a global basic income society in a digital age

Landlords


a new constitution for a global basic income society in a digital age
short autobiographical stories about the 27 landlords I had in five countries that eventually wil reflect on universal basic income, labour, sex and souverainity in public space
File under
Type of project
  • Systemic changes

The broader impact on the development of architecture in future? I think the way that our economy is interlaced with how public space is the place where I would want to see it. And the internet.

Think of the benches in the park on which you can or cannot lie. The design of those benches lies at the basis of an unsustainable economy.

Basic income would not mean an economic crisis but a humanitarian one. That should redefine the way we ride our bike but also the way we build a house and even paint one.



Idea by

annelein pompe
Boulevard Lemonnier 52
brussel
Belgium
Annelein Pompe, 1988 graduated from the Gerrit Rietveld academy in Amsterdam at the Image and Language departement. She writes animal stories, makes documentairy films and paints portraits of fictional birds. She lives in Brussels where she teaches drawing and creative-writing in several art schools. This year her first feature film wil premiere in Brussels with the generous help of the V.A.F