Archive for January, 2009

one Monday night at club transmediale in Berlin. cables all plugged in, retrieving energy for the week. with a listen into el fog and his vibraphone nq giving a nice ambienty and glitchy uptempo idm set Keiichiro Shibuya, playing with your head creating white noise and Pan Sonic (picture) the masters of creating beats and […]

The painting shows the Zwitscher-Maschine (Twittering Machine, 1922) by German painter and Bauhaus teacher Paul Klee (1879-1940). As usual, the colours used by the artist can only be acknowledged in seeing the paintings. But I love his combinations of slightly pale, but beautifully mixed colours, with a strong colourful accent now and then. Interestingly, he […]

There can much be said about yesterday’s day, but the most important was said by Barack Obama in his inauguration speech, as 44th President of the USA. Maybe just to highlight two sentences relating to my recent Moroccan work experience: “To the Muslim world, we seek a new way forward, based on mutual interest and […]

new year


Berlin is re-freshingly white, cold and quiet. Everything here is white, offering clear space for a new year. What do I want to write in the snow? I am back in Berlin, and it feels a little bit like when I just started working for Transparency Maroc two  months ago. One short thought on my […]