With a background as a visual artist, a taxidermist, a curator and a radio maker, Wietske currently works as a freelance coordinator of arts and cultural events. Her research focuses on the co-existence of plants, humans and animals in cities, and on the city as a natural, autonomous source of food. In 2009 she was part of The Cook, the Farmer, his Wife and their Neighbour, a multidisciplinary project combining visual art and social architecture. She was also the coordinator of Architecture of Interaction, a publication documenting a set of communicatory tools used to describe interactive works.
An architecture of Interaction