UNDER CONSTRUCTION



No Water for Whales




No Water For Whales is a platform based in Amsterdam with a strong visual narrative that produces a myriad of collaborations and formats.
We approach creativity from a interdisciplinary perspective connecting and blending design, photography, film, editorial, research, art, architecture and social impact.


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Maarten Harpertszoon
Trompstraa 37
AMSTERDAM/NL

+31 06251549455

hello@nowaterforwhales.com






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YUCA
MAGAZINE



YUCA is an independent publication integrating art, photography, culture, and literature. In each issue we're inspired by an alibi that entices us to reflect upon cultural constructs and personal identities through visual and written content.



COMPOSICIÓN
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ARREGLOS
IMAGINARIO
PARA GRIETA INEXISTENTES


Componer es poner en movimiento. Es reinventar, reubicar, reconstruir lo que ya existe explorando la infinidad de formas como las partes se pueden relacionar. No es necesario tener una intención particular ni buscar la coherencia; la composición misma es un fin válido. Es un fin suficiente el jugar a desordenar, distribuir, reordenar y crear de nuevo, dándole armonía a formas poco convencionales y fluidez a encuentros disonantes.
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TOUCH HUNGER


By No Water for Whales
And Charles Michel









This audiovisual piece is an ode to the sensuality of eating, to human beauty, an invitation to interact with food differently and explore it in playful sensuality, acknowledging its voluptuous life. This is a call to embrace desire for what it is: a positive force of evolution rooted deep within the body and the mind.

Sensory deprivation is an ailment of modern society, a manifestation of our modern-time disconnection from Nature: While our minds overdose on visual information, the more emotionally-powerful senses of touch and smell are often neglected, undoubtedly affecting our well-being. Scientists believe that many people may be suffering from a chronic shortage of touch, named ‘Touch Hunger’.
Food is one of the most sensory stimuli of human experiences – together with sex – one we tend to indulge ourselves in to satisfy our hunger, or desire for pleasure. However, social conventions tend to silence our instincts, mindlessly driving us towards an etiquette that takes us away from the pleasures of food, instead of heightening them. When did our animal instincts – the ones that are at the basis of our humanity – become something vulgar?

Falling into desire can be an act of beauty, if done elegantly or, may we say, sensually. The quest for beauty (in and for all senses) is the aim of all desire, in everyday life, in philosophy, and in artistic endeavor.




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 ASA PINGREE 
Fiberglass collection Brooklyn 2018 

Vibrio


A collaboration between
GGloop and NWFW.

Link here