Theo Lalleman

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Theo Lalleman (25 July 1946 – 26 December 2013) was a Dutch writer, publisher, video-artist, and cultural entrepreneur, known from his many cultural initiatives.

Lalleman was born in Pijnacker, and attended the Christelijk Lyceum in Delft, where he graduated in the class of 1963. In 1986 he co-founded the cultural magazine in Rotterdam called the De Nieuwe Weelde,[1] in which he started publishing a translation of Finnegans Wake, written under the pseudonym Leon E. Thalma.[2][3]

Earthship Zwolle.

In 2000 he co-founded the OWAZE Foundation,[4] which develops projects in the field of autarkic building. One of its projects was the initiative and realization of an Earthship by Mike Reynolds in the Dutch city of Zwolle in 2009.[5][6][7]

Lalleman died in Rotterdam, aged 67.[8][9]

Selected publications[edit]

  • 1986. Tijdloze momenten. by Leon E. Thalma. Eburon, 1986
  • 1990. De Heijplaat blijft. Eburon, 1990
  • 2004. Earthships: achtergronden over de bouw van autonome gebouwen uit afvalmateriaal. With Michiel Haas. NIBE Publishing, 2004

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paul Groenendijk, Ruud Brouwers, Steffen Maas (2009) De Red Apple en het Wijnhaveneiland.. p. 33
  2. ^ Pirandello, Luigi. "A Pragmatist World View: George Herbert Mead's Philosophy." The Oxford Handbook of American Philosophy (2008).
  3. ^ Voorwoord van Henk Maaskant, 1991 republished on planneman.blogspot.nl. December 28, 2005
  4. ^ Website Owaze Foundation, in Dutch
  5. ^ Thee uit regenwater in huis van autobanden at demorgen.be 17/06/2009.
  6. ^ Een theehuis met kleurig glas in de muur by Alwin Kuiken, in Trouw, 22/06/09
  7. ^ Annette Toonen. "Duurzaam theedrinken in aardehuis," in NRC Handelsblad, 20 November 2008
  8. ^ "Laatste interview Theo Lalleman Voedselbos Kralingen" at burgerpersbureau.nl, 28 December 2013.
  9. ^ "Oprichter Owaze Theo Lalleman overleden" at owaze.net, 2013-12-27