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Each day, Verhoeven posted a blog about what he thought of the meetings and about life online.
view the blog of the Utrecht edition here (in Dutch) The German/French tv network ARTE created a webseries on virtual love.
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For a ten-day period, Verhoeven goes in search of answers together with the people he meets.There’s someone you like the look of sitting by the window, reading a paperback by Marion Bloem. It’s not something you’d necessarily rush to tell your colleagues or your parents: but it’s true. You realise that without quite accepting the fact, you have come to Utrecht as a sex tourist.Sex tourism sounds horribly sleazy, deeply pathetic and beyond the pale.listen to the broadcast (in Dutch) Verhoeven’s life could be also followed online for ten days.
Via a webcam pointed at his glass house, his quest could be followed 24/7.Verhoeven’s life and search for connection is visible to everyone for 10 days, 24/7.The new public space, the internet, is made visible in the analogue public domain, the street. The screen of Verhoevens phone is constantly projected on a large screen; the chats can be read by everyone, but have been made anonymous: you cannot identify the person chatting with him.His findings are posted daily on a public blog, simultaneously providing the archive and contextualization of the work.