ART ACTION ACADEMIA 1964 - 2009
a growing documentation system of EVENTS as products of shifting collaborations, set in their esthetic, social and technical context
documentation by Tjebbe van Tijen/Imaginary Museum Projects assisted by Pieter Boersma and Remko Scha with thanks to many people who have supplied or added materials
This is the second on-line version (launched 21/02/2010) of the AAA documentation system and has 147 events starting with the Amsterdam street happenings of Robert Jasper Grootveld in 1964 that set a new stage for other forms of creativity and critical action and ending with a street happening at the same spot 45 years later being Grootveld's funeral. The first version of AAA was launched in 2006 and had 49 events. Links to this first version which has many detailed texts and on-line visual refrences are provided. A new version with over 200 events is in the making. There is a text page with a tentative list of 'events' to be added. The third version of the AAA documentation will be constructed as a collaborative work directly involving the people involved, allowing them to add information and to suggest corrections and alterations. For each event a Wordpress Blog' version will also be generated, thus adding public participation options to the project.
The basic ideas for the AAA documentation project have been formulated in an essay by Tjebbe van Tijen "ART~ACTION~ACADEMIA 1960-2006" published in May 2006: "Starting point has been my own involvement in such events, often products of collaborative work. Tracing back crossing paths, producing a reconstruction that can not be complete, but will still be inspirational. Documenting, like the weaving of a social tapestry ...." This text was published as A2 size poster and can also be found in an on-line version. The actual data for the AAA web site is entered and kept in a series of databases (the Ars Memoria System) from which these webpages have been generated. This second versions focusses on the visualization of 'events' and specific links to scattered resources on the internet, which will be also archived a the coming period, as internet resources tend to be instable or fugitive. This project has (partly) been supported by the Thuiskopie Fonds.



1964-1967 Street happenings: Amsterdam - Spui [Robert Jasper Grootveld, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
iisg.nl: Documentation web page on the street happenings at the Spui around the statue of ‘Het Lieverdje’ (the little rascal) belonging to the biography of Robert Jasper Grootveld published in 2009 by Eric Duivenvoorden; several direct linksto text and audio/visual sources are detailing this chapter (12).
audio/visual sources
geschiedenis.vpro.nl: Background on how Grootveld and Provo became a frequent subject in international media and how BBC paid 4000 guilder to the Provo’s to be able to filmed by a crew directy by Michael Apted.
vimeo.com: Scrolling sequence on the street happenings of Grootveld at the Spui, Amsterdam, made for the neo-shamnism installation by Fred Gales and Tjebbe van Tijen (1997-1998) The original sequence is projected on a horzontal drum.
youtube.com: Short (3 min.) fragment from the movie “It’s a hapening” by Michael Apted (1966 one of Apted’s early documentary movies) in which a riged Grootveld can be seen - not in the streets this time but in the theatre hall of Frascati.
youtube.com: Short (6 min.) documentary of History TV channel about the happenings in the early sixties on the Spui square in Amsterdam; an aged RJG looks back four decades (with some contemporaray imagery(
other references
iisg.nl: Interview with Robert-Jasper Grootveld by Henk J. Meier for his magazine Ratio (April 1964) in which RJG speaks about “Magic Center Amsterdam” and the need for nightlt ritual walks in the search for a redemption from consumption society and its tobacco addiction rituals (interview in Dutch); document in PDF format
iisg.nl: Interview with Robert-Jasper Grootveld by Anton Kothuis for illustrated weekly paper Wereldkroniek (October 1965) explanations about his weekly anti-smoking happenings and how the young Provo movement people joined in; also shows and mentions the White Bicycle Plan as imagined bij RJG.

1965 Enumerations: Eindhoven [Remko Scha]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: Number Pieces (Counting) (1966)
audio/visual sources
iaaa.nl: Audio-CD by Remko Scha and The

1965 Experimentele Studio Rotterdam [Nic Tummers, Constant Nieuwenhuys, et al.]
 
audio/visual sources
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Slide series about the ‘Universiteit van de Socio Ruimte’ (university of socio space) and it’s predecessor the ‘Eksperimentele Studio” that was set up in the Bouwcentrum Rotterdam.
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: The context of the ‘Experimentle Studio’ slides: a lecture series on the situationists organized by the debating center Tumult in Utrecht in 2005 with a.o. Nic Tummers as a speaker.

1965 Moon Light Cushions: De Ploeg - Bergeyk [Theo Botschuijver, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Early Inflatables

1966 Scultura Contra Forma: Galeria San Fedele - Milano [Franco Mazzuchelli]
 
other references
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Catalogue of group exhibition showing the works/installtions

1966 Dante Cupboard: Galeria San Fedele - Milano [Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
jeffrey-shaw.net: Short mention + picture of the Dante Cupboard
other references
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Catalogue of group exhibition showing the works/installations

1966 Abiura Pax Brera ~tomb for art academy: Galeria San Fedele - Milano [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Galleria San Fedele Milano.. Tjebbe van Tijen with his death tomb for the Accademia di belli Arti di Breara, photograph Enrico Cattaneo.

1966-1967 Continuous Movie: London - Amsterdam [Jeffrey Shaw, Tjebbe van Tijen, Willem Breuker]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1966-1967 Pneumatic Theatre [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1966 Luuks Laboratorium/Ontbijt op bed: Maastricht [Hans Mol, Ger Brouwer, Kees Graaf, Kees Slager, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
iisg.nl: Archive collection ‘Ontbijt op bed’ groep Maastricht at the International Institute of Soical History.
provo-images.info: Some cover pictures of the magazine Ontbijt op bed’ on a website with documentation oin the Dutch Provo movement.
other references
cgi.ebay.nl: Example of a silkscreen poster of the Luuks Laboratorium/Ontbijt op bed groep published in 1967 a speical pop-art style printer by Kees Graaf (as found on an Eb ay site for a reasonale price.. the social and stistic importance of this group is still awaiting recognition. (tj.)
dbnl.org: Chapter from the book on the provo movement (provo de geschiedenis van de provotarische beweging 1965-1967, published in 1985) by one of its founders Roel van Duijn on what he calls “Eksport van de provolutie” (exporty of the provo revolution). A Amsterdam centralisitic view of the movement that is not very much appreciated by the people of what in the Netherlkands is called “de provincie” (the back land/red necks). Local dynamics seem much more essential....
iisg.nl: JE BEVRIJDEN VAN DE DRUKPERS - Jongeren en hun eigen pers in Nederland: 1945-1990 interview abot making of related magazine ONTBIJT OP BED 1966-1967 (Tjebbe van Tijen/ in Jeugd en Samenleving, 1991.

1966 Beek en Donk communal happening [Theo Botschuijver Nico Nijland Tjebbe van Tijen Maarten van Lelyveld, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Pages in catalogue “Actie, werkelijkheid en fictie in de kunst van de jaren ‘60” (action, reality and fiction in the art of the sixties in the Netherlands) documenting the Beek en Donk farmhouse happening.
imaginarymuseum.org: Photograph of The Beek en Donk farmhouse (the morning after) the happening by Pieter Boersma

1966-1967 Hommage à Clovis Trouille: Beek en Donk - London [Jeffrey Shaw, Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Photograph by Pieter Boersma of the 3D projection screen on which paintings of Trouille were projected (in the farm house of Beek en Donk)
imaginarymuseum.org: Reproduction of the Clovis Trouille painting that inspired the installation.

1966 Destruction In Art Symposium: London [Gustav Metzger, John Sharky, John Latham. et al.]
 
other references
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Reminiscences of John Sharkey (one of the organizers of the DIAS meeting) including the Africa Center Covent Garden, he hall where DIAS had its main meetings. Sharkey describes well the atmosphere of the time and the adorable clumsiness of the whole thing + the aftermath of a London quarter that has now be completely gentrified and is a crowded toruist hang-out, where it was a shabby sub-cultural area in the mid sxities.
imaginepeace.com: Introduction to a recent exhibition on Gustav Metzger’s work in the Serpentine Gallery by Yoko Ono, with some pictures and looking back at the DIAS 1966 meeting.
stewarthomesociety.org: A chapter of the book “The assault on culture” by Stewart Home on GUSTAV METZGER AND AUTO-DESTRUCTIVE ART.

1966 New Electric Chamber Music Ensemble (I) [Remko Scha, Toon Prüst, Piet Verdonk, Rik Seur]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: New Electric Chamber Music Ensemble 1966-1968

1966-1967 Continuous Drawing: London - Amsterdam - Rotterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1967 Situaties: Haags Gemeentemuseum [Hans Mol, Paul Panhuysen, Saar Stolk, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1967 Happening Cinestud Film Festival: Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tiien, Remko Scha, Pieter Boersma, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Photograph of the event at the CINESTUD film festival by Pieter Boersma.

1967 Glove screen: Keith Alborn & Partners - London [Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Small poster for an event in Theatre Royal Stratford in London showing the ‘glove screen’ installations with the silhouette of Jeffrey Shaw in the background.
imaginarymuseum.org: Photocopy of the original design of the ‘glove screen’ projection system (the screen is now - 2010 - in the collection of Peter Boersma).

1967 Breathing ~Airmatter ~Soundform: Keith Alborn & Partners - London [Jeffrey Shaw, Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Small poster for the London Kingley street Gallery event.

1967 Rope Connections and Knottings: Eindhoven - Amsterdam - Utrecht [Remko Scha, Pieter Boersma, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: The only publc evidence of the “rope connections” (touwverbingen) of Remko Scha in the year 1967. The full documentation of these bawdy exercises will come online in the AAA archives this year (2010); photographs by Pieter Boersma. The pictures (taken in the ‘stijlkamer’ (historical style chamber at that time still in the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam) were meant for publication in the erotic/literary magazine of Guus Dijkhuizen ‘Gandalf’ (this did not materialize in the end).

1967 Situasie 7: Stadsschouwburg Eindhoven [Remko Scha, Toon Prüst, Jörgen Immendorf, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: Web page on performances of the New Electric Music Ensemble showing several pictures of the Sutuasie 7 event in Eiondhoven
audio/visual sources
vimeo.com: First test (autumn 2009) narrated picture sequence of the Situaties 7 event in Eindhoven with Remko Scha, using screen recording, panoramic picture scrolls and video streaming via Vimeo. Interviewer is Tjebbe van Tijen.

1967 Inflatable Environment: Battersea Park - London [Graham Stevens]
 
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Photographs and drawings of Graham Steven’s inflatables

1967 Cinematic air pollution device (proposal for Rotterdam) [Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Facsimile of original design (proposal refused by the cuty authorities of Rotterdam)

1967 Corpocinema: Amsterdam - Rotterdam [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw, Sean Wellesy- Miller, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1967 Concert for three barrel organs: Amsterdam [Willem Breuker, Gerrit Perlee]
 
other archives/documentation
books.google.com: Link to a page in the book “Willem Breuker” by Jean Buzelin and Françoise Buzelin on this concert (recording of March 1969) on page 213 of the book.
audio/visual sources
filmfestival.nl: Willem Breuker 'Time Is an Empty Bottle of Wine' a 70 minute documentary on the composer with archival footages of the original concert: “Op oude archiefopnamen speelt een jonge Breuker met vier draaiorgels op de Dam in Amsterdam een eigen compositie. Later zegt een hoofdschuddende orgeldraaier: 'Die man is óf gek, óf een genie.'”
other references
blogs.yahoo.co.jp: Curious enough the record of this unique concert became a cult object and can be found back as far away from the Amsterdam Dam square in 1967 as on this Japanese Yahoo page (the video has been remoived for copyright infringement, but seems to be not a documentation of that original concert)
flickr.com: “£100.00; Willem Breuker: Lunchconcert for three barrelorgans” example of how the original grammophone record has entered the art trade.
xs4all.nl: LUNCHCONCERT for three Amsterdam streetorgans (1967) UNCHCONCERT for three Amsterdam streetorgans (1967) a later audio Cd edition of what was at first a vinyl record. The recording has been made in 1967 and 1969 by Alwin Mulder. At the moment of writing this there is a SALE and the CD can be bought for just Euro 2,50 + sending costs.

1967 Waterspelen proposal (water plays): Amsterdamse Bos [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1967-1969 Research Center Art Technology and Society [Robert Hartzema, Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1967 PRO evening (Jeugd en Muziek) by New Electric: Felix Meritis - Amsterdam [Remko Scha, Toon Prüst, Piet Verdonk, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: Felexi Meritus was one of tyhe eraly spaces where pop music and proto-multi media events would take place. These evenings were at first organized by Ruud Tegelaar who worked for the organization ‘Jeugd en Muziek’ (youth and music) at that time.

1967 High in de RAI: first multi-media popfestival: Amsterdam [collective undertaking]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: Web page on performances of the New Electric Music Ensemble with some small pcitures and references to this first multi media popfestival in the Netherlands.

1967 Movie Movie: Experimental Film Festival Knokke Le Zoute [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Movie Movie visual scroll
medienkunstnetz.de: Movie Movie short documentation

1967 Free Community of the Global City of Peace and Pleasure [Paul Panhuysen, Remko Scha, Edmond Dieleman, et al.]
 
audio/visual sources
paulpanhuysen.com: Captioned photographs (by Pieter Boersma and Hans Joachim Schröter) of everal performances of the Free Community...

1968-1970 Fodor Conferenties on art, technology, science and society: Amsterdam [collective undertaking]
 
other archives/documentation
iisg.nl: In boxes 27- 39.1 of the archiv of Hans Derks there are papers on this series of conferences debating about change in art politics and the possibility of a center for reserach into art, technology and science.

1968 Pyramid Air Ground [Theo Botshuijver, Jeffrey Shaw, Sean Wellesley-Miller]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Airground slides 1-4

1968 Red Chinaman (dragon) for William Klein’s movie “Mr. Freedom” [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Figurative
audio/visual sources
youtube.com: The movie scene in which superman Mr. Freedom is confronted by Mugikman the Rusian in the Paris metro and Super Mao Mao in the form of an inflatable red dragon appears on the scene, just before Jezus Christ intervenes in the confrontation. This fragmentis is dubbed in a funny kind of Italian...

1968 Tetraeder Alpevent: Kunsthalle Bern [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Sculptural

1968 Super Tube: first used in South Wales coal mine grounds [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Early Inflatables

1968 Discussion paper for ICOGRADA design Congress: Eindhoven [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1969 Water walk ~many locations: Popfestival Kralingen for James Bond movie [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
jeffrey-shaw.net: Short description
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Water
audio/visual sources
wijzijndegeschiedenis.kro.nl: Herinneringen Theo Botschuijver aan de Water walk 1969-1972
other references
libarynth.org: Experience_inflatables (waterballs)
vads.ahds.ac.uk: Design Journal 1970 of Waterwalk in Brighton

1969 Het Groote Zirkus ...: Stadschouwburg Eindhoven [Remko Scha, Paul Panhuysen, Jörg Immemdorf, et al.]
 
audio/visual sources
paulpanhuysen.com: Captioned photographs (by Pieter Boersma) of events and happenings during Het Grote Cirkus...

1969 Paris May-June ‘68 exhibition: Museum Fodor - Amsterdam [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1968-69 Manifesto against World Expo in Osaka [Nic Tummers, Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1969 Toller ~revolution is no theatre: Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1970 Water walk Tube [Theo Botshuijver, Jeffrey Shaw, Sean Wellesley-Miller]
 
other archives/documentation
jeffrey-shaw.net: Very short documentation (of a big work)

1970 Televents (video performances with special rotating camera for VPRO ) [Jeffrey Shaw, Theo Botschuijver, et al.]
 

1970 Projected Cloud: Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
jeffrey-shaw.net: Documentation page with afew photographs: “Cloud (of daytime sky at night”
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

1970 Receptieve Situasie: Biennale Paris [Remko Scha, Paul Panhuysen, Gerrit van Bakel, et al.]
 
audio/visual sources
paulpanhuysen.com: Visual documentation by photographer Pieter Boersma of VII Biennale de Paris; Bois de Vincennes, Paris; 24.09 - 01.11.1971

1970 Video performance series for VPRO television [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Audio Visuals slide 9

1970 VPRO television Ton Hazebos interview room with expanding inflatable [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw, Ton Hazebos]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Architectural slide 1 (vacuum room)

1971 Inflatable Auditorium Pavilion: Sonsbeek [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
jeffrey-shaw.net: Short documentation on three inflatable pavillions in Sonsbeek.
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Architectural

1971 Nieuwmarkt Feesten (neighbourhood festival): Amsterdam [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1972 Aqua Airground: Floriade - Amsterdam [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw, Sean Wellesley-Miller]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Airground

1972-1976 Event Structure Research Group (proposals and plans) [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw, Sean Wellesley-Miller]
 
other references
artprofessor.com: Short explanation of the notion ‘even structure’ a theory proposed by John Latham in the sixties, later taken over by the Eevent Structure Reserach Group (ERG); the portfolio of diverse plans is not yet on-line but will become avaialbel in 2010 via the AAA web pages.

1972 Centepede inflatable: Mumba Festival Melbourne [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Figurative

1972 Rainbow installation: Melbourne [Theo Botschijber, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Figurative slide 9

1973-1990 Documentation Center Modern Social Movements: Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen, Mieke Beumer, et al.]
 
other references
mediamatic.net: "We no longer collect the Carrier but the Information" Interview with Tjebbe van Tije by Geert Lovink for the magazine Mediamatic (1994).

1973-2006) Amsterdamse Pamflettenkatalogus [Frans Panholzer]
 
other archives/documentation
iisg.nl: 30.000 leaflets 1960-2010; this is an online selection on housing and squatting (1960-2005)
sjakoo.nl: 8 Volume paper edition of the period 1960-19999 as announced on the web site of the bookshop Het Fort van Sjakoo (edition of the yeaar 2001)

1974 Diadrama: De Lantaren - Rotterdam [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Audio Visuals slides 10-11

1974 Floating pig for Pink Floyd: London [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Figurative
audio/visual sources
youtube.com: A video showing the pig flying over Battersea Power Station, which is the cover for Animals. The video starts out with the pig being set up. "Pigs On The Wing" is the song playing.

1974-1976 Het Echte Metro Museum (the real metro museum): Amsterdam [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1975 Viewpoin installation: Musé de l’Art Moderne - Paris [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
mediaartnet.org: “A collage of fictional events within a museum space (Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, 9th Biennale de Paris, 1975)” Medien Kunst Netz documentation of this work; note the incorrect singular authorship attribution of this record to Jeffrey Shaw, when one clicks the CREDITS button the other author Theo Botschuijver is shown. The whole Medien Kun st Netz databased is biased and discriminating on the authorship level denying the multiple authorship nature of many of the works in the database. Searching for Theo Botschuijver in the MKN database (as an example) does NOT show Botschuijver as an author of this work.

1975 Genesis tour “The Lamb Lies down on Broadway” visuals [Peter Gabriels, Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
allaboutjazz.com: Genesis: 1970-1975 Box Set ; Rhino Records 2008. A full audio-visual documentation. Though the vsiuals are mentioend in this review there are no direct credist to Theo Botschuijver and Jeffrey Shaw. The rock music scene tends to treat the theatricals as a secondart part of the show.
en.wikipedia.org: Documentation on the ‘The Lamb’ show and its tour and comtroversies.
audio/visual sources
themusicalbox.net: Theo Botschuijver “A tale of tricks” interviewed by ..
themusicalbox.net: Website of the group ‘Musical Box’ band re-enacting the Genesis group
youtube.com: Genesis - The Carpet Crawlers - Live, 1975 Lamb Tour
youtube.com: From ‘Magog’: a custom film made by me with the slide of The Lamb show and the music of IT (produced in 2008); this video gives an impression of what the multiple slide show of the mid seventies made by Theo Botschuijver and Jeffrey Shaw must have looked like...
other references
genesislive.ning.com: The show of 1975 has been reproduced in the 21st century. These webpages describe the archival and sometimes media archeological work done by : From Jeffrey Shaw and Theo Botschuijver memories: "Sequences of images were created that freely interpreted the themes of Peter Gabriel's song cycle to provide a continuous visual accompaniment ...

1976 Sesamstraat series of television events for Dutch version of children’s program [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Audio Visuals slides 18-21

1978 Cello and Laser performance [Theo Botschuijver, Ernst Reijseger, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Light & Lighting slide s13-17

1978-1979 Yurt construction Anti-City Circus: Amsterdam/UNCSTD Coference: Vienna [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

198? Bubble House for commercial [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Commercial props

198? Eternal Burning Book for censorship exhibition University Library Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
file:: Draft documentation page on the project...

198? Hommage to the Drawing Table of Friso Kramer for Ahrend firm [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Sculptural

1981 Worldbomb for Amsterdam demonstration against nuclear weapons in Europe [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Figurative

1982 No Comment: photographers as eyewitnesses ... [Pieter Boersma, Steef Davidson, et al.]
 

1982 Virtual airplane spacial viewer [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Computer Graphics

1982 Proposal for Kinetic lighting elements Amsterdam canals [Theo Botschuijver, Jeffrey Shaw]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Light & Lighting slide 18, 19

1982 The Machines (an automatic electric guitar band) [Remko Scha, Reendert van Lagestein]
 
audio/visual sources
iaaa.nl: Guitar Mural 1 (recordings Groningen October 1981)
ubu.com: Tracks from 1982 album of electric guitar music,"Machine Guitars"

1982 The Machines Drawings [Remko Scha]
 
other archives/documentation
artificialart.com: The Machines are a group of electric sabre saws who are mostly known for their guitar music. The same machines also collaborate on gestural drawings, using pen or pencil on paper: one of the machines moves the paper, another one moves the pen.

1983 Points of view: Mickery Theater - Amsterdam [Jeffrey Shaw, Larry Abel, Charly Jungbauer]
 
audio/visual sources
jeffrey-shaw.net: Video documentation of user interface

1983 Peace Dove for theatre and demonstration Netherlands and Israel [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Figurative

1983-1985 Celdroom (prison dream): University Library ~Pleinwerker - Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen, Cock Zouteriks]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1984 ScrapMobile proposal for recycling wrecked bicycles [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

1984 Vrije Culturele Ruimtes (free cultural spaces): Pleinwerker Amsterdam [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1984 Andere informatiebronnen (First to Fifth world) [Antonia Boshard, Bert Baanders, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1985 Documentary movie about Theo Botschuijver: art science recreation [Jeroen Visser]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

1986 Inventer la Terre: La Villette - Paris [Jeffrey Shaw, Walter Maioli, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
jeffrey-shaw.net: Short documentation
audio/visual sources
jeffrey-shaw.net: Video documentation of user interface

1986-2003 Controlled Language Archive Visual Information System CLAVIS [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1986 Het IJ Geopend exhibition (visualizing urban plans for Amsterdam) [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Article (Dutch) on the Amsterdam plan database system of 1986 that formed the basis for the visualization of urban change and future plans.

1986 Radiophonic Installation of the Stopera: Amsterdam [collective undertaking]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1986-1991 Literary Psychogeography of Amsterdam (proposal) [Jeffrey Shaw, Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1987 Sonus Lux: Felix Meritus - Amsterdam [Jeffrey Shaw, Harry de Wit]
 
other archives/documentation
jeffrey-shaw.net: Very brief description
virtualart.at: Very brief descriptions
audio/visual sources
virtualart.at: Small size Quicktime movie showing Felix Meritis facade with changing light and music..

1987 Inflatable Drumkit for drummer Cesar Zuiderwijk [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Figurative

1988 Automoball (prototype) [Theo Botschuijver, Jean-Luc Dupuis]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

1988 Hallofonische installatie Sint Anthoniesbreestraat: Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen, Pieter Boersma, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1988 Extreme Information Streams: V2 - Den Bosch [Alex Adriaanse, Joke Brouwer, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1988 Artificial (aleatoric art generation programs) [Remko Scha]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: Overview page of software, articles, lectures and pictures on "Artificial" a family of aleatoric art generation programs.
iaaa.nl: Lecture of Remko Scha on “Artificial Art” (An earlier version appeared in Informatie en Informatiebeleid 6, 4 (Winter 1988), pp. 73-80; it was based on the 1988 Jacquard Lecture "Het Verschiet", organised by INKA Digital Arts in the Beurs van Berlage, Amsterdam, on May 20, 1988.)
audio/visual sources
iaaa.nl: Sample Images by Artificial.Mac

1989-1990 Europe Against the Current ~Bill Stickers Will Be Prosecuted: Amsterdam - Hamburg - Dortmund [collective work]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1989-1990 Europe Against the Current ~Radical Information Carriers: Amsterdam - Hamburg - Dortmund [collective work]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
other archives/documentation
iisg.nl: Archive of the Foundation Europe Against the Current at the International Institute of Social History period 1982-1995 (6.5 meter)
scribd.com: The call for the Europe Against The Current manifestation in facsimile dating from February 2009 (English version).
other references
imaginarymuseum.org: Article written for ‘De Gids” May 1990 by Tjebbe van Tijen on the manifestation (English translation).
limpingmessenger.wordpress.com: “Songs and samizdat made the Wall fall: Europe Against the Current September 1989 revisited” article published in November 2009 by Tjebbe van Tijen.

1988-1989 Imaginary Museum of Revolution: The Hague - Amsterdam - Linz [Jeffrey Shaw, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1990 Videodisc Sculpture 'Revolution': Amsterdam - Barcelona - Seoul [Jeffrey Shaw, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
audio/visual sources
jeffrey-shaw.net: Video documentation of user interface

199? Flying Dutchman (airwing prototype) [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Future Projects
other references
ei-van-columbus.nl: Airwing concept participation in a contest for renewable enrgy ideas of the Dutch Ministery of Environment

1992 Huge Harry (voice generator performances) [Dennis Klatt, Remko Scha, Arthur Elsenaar]
 
audio/visual sources
iaaa.nl: Huge Harry talks about Algorithmic Art Huge Harry talks about Algorithmic Art
other references
mediamatic.net: Mediamatic Magazine 1992: Virtual Voices 1)
mediamatic.net: Mediamatic Magazine 1992: Virtual Voices 2)

1992 PriMex (personal imax) inflatable projection screen with fisheye lense [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Sales & Rentals

1993 EVE Extended Virtual Environment: Karlsruhe - Madrid - Aubervilliers [Jeffrey Shaw, Gideon May, Ralph Gruber, et al.]
 
audio/visual sources
jeffrey-shaw.net: “A large inflatable dome, two video projectors are mounted on a motorised pan/tilt device (e.g. robot arm) which can move the projected image anywhere over the inside surface of the dome” adocumentation page with video showing the interface as used by the public.

1993 Balloon Dance events: Melkweg - Amsterdam [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Part & Theater Decor

1993 ArtiFacial Expression [Arthur Elsenaar, Remko Scha]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: Documentation web page with mainly links to texts by IAAA (Institute of Artificial Art Amsterdam) Department of ArtiFacial Expression
audio/visual sources
youtube.com: A systematic exploration of all possible facial muscle contraction configurations of 12 of the most prevalent facial muscles. In an enumeration process, muscles are switched on and off in a rapid succession, totalling 4096 different expressions in just over 30 minutes.
youtube.com: A vodeo documentation of a later performance: “Location: Slougth Foundation, Philadelphia, USA. Date: 30 Sept. 2008 Face: Arthur Elsenaar; Programming; Remko Scha; Videography: Ellen Zweig”
youtube.com: The Solenoids is an automatic guitar band accompanied by algorithmic facial choreography. Computer-controlled solenoids play the guitar strings. Similarly computer-controlled facial muscles perform an algorithmic dance on the face of a real live human person. First performed in 1997 at Ars Electronica Linz Austria by Arthur Elsenaar and Remko Scha.

1994 The Golden Calf: Linz - Gifu - Graz -Saint-Denis [Jeffrey Shaw, Gideon May]
 
other archives/documentation
jeffrey-shaw.net: Short documentation
audio/visual sources
jeffrey-shaw.net: Video documentation of user interaction with installation

1994 Micro-Chrono Machine: Gallery 0 - Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen, Rolf Pixley, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1995 Artificial Architecture [Remko Scha]
 
other archives/documentation
iaaa.nl: Article: Towards an architecture of chance
audio/visual sources
iaaa.nl: Sample Images by Artificial.ACAD: Design for a Penthouse, Witte de Withstraat, Rotterdam

1995-1996 Orbis Pictus Revised ~Looking: Karlsruhe - Prague - Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen, Milos Vojtechovsky, Rolf Pixley]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1995-1996 Orbis Pictuse Revised ~Touching: Karlsruhe - Prague - Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen, Milos Vojtechovsky, Rolf Pixley]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1995 Orbis Pictus Revised~Speaking: Karlsruhe [Tjebbe van Tijen, Milos Vojtechovsky, Rolf Pixley]
 

1995 Inflatable Stage Roof Rod Stuart Band Tour [Theo Botschuijver, Ian Knight]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Architectural

1997 Paddo Ballet [Rob Birza, Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

1997 Watersheet event [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Party & Theater Decor

1997 Neo-Shamanism ~Hand Scrolls: Tropenmuseum - Amsterdam [Fred Gales, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Research report for the Neo-Shamanism installation (Dutch)

1997 Neo-Shamanism ~Horizontal Drum in yurt: Tropenmuseum - Amsterdam [Fred Gales, Tjebbe van Tijen, Rolf Pixley]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1998 Inflatable Cello Bag for Ernst Reijsiger [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Figurative

1998 Neo-Shamanism ~Vertical Drum: ICT - Tokyo [Fred Gales, Tjebbe van Tijen, Rolf Pixley, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
audio/visual sources
vimeo.com: One of 16 audio-visual scrolling sequences(Ainu shaman culturele from the island of Hokaido) projected onto a big drum as a part of an installation on neo-shamnism, for the ICC gallery Tokyo (spoken in Japanese). The scroll was projected as a strip moving through the circle of the drum skin. Click icon for full screen view (this version has some digital artefacts at the right hand side; needs redo)

1998 Neo-Shamanism ~Stones and Primordial Myth: ICT - Tokyo [Fred Gales, Tjebbe van Tijen, Rolf Pixley, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1998 Neo-Shamanism ~Cyber-Shamanism: ICT - Tokyo [Fred Gales, Tjebbe van Tijen, Rolf Pixley, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1998 Neo-Shamanism ~Quipu cords and optical fibres [Fred Gales, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1999 Popcornbusters (potato chips commercial promotion) [Theo Botschuijver, Paul Alberts]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Commercial Props

1999 Radio Dom (Dom Tower Utrecht) [Remko Schal, Arthur Elsenaar]
 
other archives/documentation
artificialart.com: text documentation Radio DOM

1999 The Gate of Language Unlocked (project proposal) [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

1999-> Unbombing the World (project in development) [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

2000-> Comparative Literary Psychogeography (research) [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum.org: Text written for a proposal to make a literary psycho-geography of Marseille, extending the concept that originated in Amsterdam.

2000 Inflatable Shiva projection sculpture for dance events [Theo Botschuijver, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Party & Theater Decor

2000 Postal Bank inflatable Lion (commercial promotion) [Theo Botschuijver, Matthew Whitehead]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Commercial Props

2000 True Source of Religion (project design for Berliner Festspiele) [Fred Gales, Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

2000-> Paradox of Traceless Art visual lecture: Doors of Perception - Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

2000-> Literary Psychogeography of Edo/Tokyo (research) [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page
other archives/documentation
scribd.com: Research report for the Japan Foundation 2001
scribd.com: “Tjebbe van Tijen: Literary Psycho-Geography of Edo/Tokyo & Amsterdam” full research report for the Japan Foundation.
audio/visual sources
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Edo/Tokyo literary mappings
other references
designhistorymashup.blogspot.com: Derives - a genealogy (evolution of psycho-geographic mapping)
imaginarymuseum.org: Mood mapping and weather example Edo/Tokyo literature

2002 Inflatable Talking Head projection system [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there: Sales & Rentals
audio/visual sources
youtube.com: Example of how commercial usage of multi media art principles: Virtual Host for events and seminars. This Virtual Host was designed and created by SVP Sfeerbeheer, Theo Botschuijver and crew. For more info check www.svpsfeerbeheer.nl “

2002 Swim-IN (floating swimming pool): Amsterdam [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

2003 Space Auditorium: IJmuiden strand [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

2003 Living concepts software [Jochem van der Spek, Remko Scha]
 
other archives/documentation
dynamica.org: Documentation pages on the software and examples of works produced by it...

2003-> Shadow Play lectures [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

2003-> Digital Papua music scrolls: Tropenmuseum - Amsterdam [Fred Gales, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

2003-> Ars Memoria System [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

2004 Water walk ball: Amsterdam - Ljubljana - St. Petersburg [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

2004 Projection Planet (prototype) [Theo Botschuijver]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

2004-> De Tolerantia and the Art of Provocation (project proposal) [Tjebbe van Tijen]
 
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Link to AAA old version web page

2006 Drive-in/Floating Projection Screen [Theo Botschuijver, Johannes van den Dop]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

2006 SCROLL 40 years of visual narratives: Mediamatic gallery - Amsterdam [Tjebbe van Tijen, Willem Velthoven, et al.]
 
audio/visual sources
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Scroling overview of the exhibition in the Mediamatic Gallery.

2006 Chrono-Topo-Scope (proposal for Hungary 1956 Uprising commemoration) [Tjebbe van Tijen, Anna Bálint]
 
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Full documentation of proposal as presented during Open Archives symposium in Budapest “Visions after the Fall: Museums, Archives and Cinema in Reshaping Popular Perceptions of the Socialist Past “
osaarchivum.org: Introduction text for symposium in Budapest by Open Society Archives on a system to dramatize aspects of Heroism and Revenge with an interactive vitrine and projection device.

2006 Situationists Adrift installation: Centraal Museum Utrecht [Tjebbe van Tijen, Pieter Boersma, Rolf Pixley, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Full text and image documentation of the installation.
audio/visual sources
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Example of one the personel information landscpaes as used for the Situationits adrift installation (over three screens)
imaginarymuseum.org: Documentation of museum installation and the working of the interface.

2007 Give Respect Your Face: market place Amstelveen [Theo Botschuijver, Han van Wel, Matthew Whitehead]
 
other archives/documentation
amstelveen.nl: The making of... documentation on the project on the municiap web site of Amstelveen
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:
audio/visual sources
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Documentation in panoramic scroll form of the installation in Amstelveen.

2007 Potemkin Table Talks: Break festival - Ljubljana [Tjebbe van Tijen, Stephanie Benzaquen]
 
audio/visual sources
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: Documentation showing the table interface and the visual content in a ‘zoomify’ window.
other references
scribd.com: Background document on the Potemkin Village manifestation in Ljubljana Noevember 2007 (Break Festival) curated by Stephanie Benzaquen.

2008 AgitPop 68 exhibition: London Print Studio [John Phillips, Pieter Boersma, Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
londonprintstudio.org.uk: Catalogue of the full exhibition in PDF format
audio/visual sources
imaginarymuseum-archive.org: page documents the five works made by Tjebbe van Tijen for this show

2008 iCinema/T_Visionarium: Sydney - Lille [Jeffrey Shaw, Dennis Del Favero, Peter Weibel, et al.]
 
audio/visual sources
icinema.unsw.edu.au: Full documentation page of T_Visonarium (6 web pages)

2009 FoamMobile proposal travelling exhibition space for Amsterdam Photography Museum [Theo Botschuijver, Wick van Rij]
 
other archives/documentation
spatialeffects.nl: Link to Spatial Effects web site of Theo Botschuijver (specific links can not be made because site is in old Flash format); choose 'Galery' and from there:

2009 Momental Monument for Robert-Jasper Grootveld [Tjebbe van Tijen, et al.]
 
other archives/documentation
robertjaspergrootveld.nl: Archival site after his death in 2009/03
audio/visual sources
robertjaspergrootveld.nl: Combined video and photographic documentation made for Oog Gallery De Volkskrant
robertjaspergrootveld.nl: Full documentation of all picture elements in a ‘zoomify’ window