During a residency in the small Flemish village of Bekegem, we collected impressions, anecdotes, stories and dialogues together with the residents we met during our stay. During the festival weekend of Kunstenfestival Plan B in the year 2018 we broadcasted radio, live from a bus stop on the town square. The frequency was only available within village borders, this way creating something personal and ephemeral – specially for the residents of Bekegem.

Photo by Tim Theo Deceuninck


  • W-Street (plot points and non-fictions)

  • Seaside_006 Hauntology FM: the specter of digital liberation

  • We Do Not Yet Know What ‘Toto Africa (playing in an empty mall)’ Can Do

  • Seaside_005 humming along to Avril 14 (played on pedal steel)

  • Multiple names

  • Seaside_004 Cord

  • Seaside_003 parachute in cloudless

  • How to publish an archive in pluriform?

  • Seaside_002 Rehearsal

  • ¶#0-¶#3, A get-together

  • Seaside_001 The utterance

  • OUTLINE streams: in dubio

  • OUTLINE #3: Places, exhausted

  • OUTLINE #2: De Lokale Omroep

  • OUTLINE #1: An Attempt at Mapping Sarajevo

W-Street (plot points and non-fictions)

W-Street (plot points and non-fictions) tells the story of an almost fictional character (A.) in a hardly fictional street (W-Street). It is a relational account of a neighbourhood that became a development project: perpetually unfinished, continually overwriting its many pasts. It “stitches together imperfectly” this specific urban history with musings on remembering and forgetting, public art and memorials, cinematic references and feminist theory; as alignments and disjunctions when you turn a corner, or a page.

Written by Jan–Pieter ‘t Hart
Designed by Lulu van Dijck
Drawings by Tjobo Kho

Printing by no kiss?
Distribution by Jesse Presse
Proofreading by Maya Reus and Callum Dean
Printed in an edition of 150
Amsterdam, May 2023