Do it yourself: how to make a new world map (2009) is part of the mural, interactive performance and installation work Terra Incognita, et cetera (2009).
Terra Incognita, et cetera (2009) is an art exhibition opening party game where audience members can participate in cutting up a blank map of the world into bordered territories. Presented as a party game, Terra Incognita, et cetera is an exercise in collective painting and, simultaneously, a spin on collaboration and territorial marking.
Thanks to everyone who was involved – especially the audience at Bus Gallery, Melbourne, and Centraal Museum, Utrecht.
Special thanks to Dave Watson for voice-over, Daniel Wolfson for part of acting direction and camerawork. Also to Kim Grondowski, Daniel Wolfson, Fariborz Farid-Afshin, Rogier Brom and Laure-Anne Tillieux for assisting in serving the trays and doing their part of interacting with the audience; Vincent Oliver and Prilla Tania for acting especially to our camera; to Kristi Monfries, Georgia Sedgwick, Meta Knol and Enin Supriyanto for curation; to Camiel van Lenteren and Jet Vermaning for curatorial and logistical assistance; and to Motive Gallery.