PROJECT Archive of the Question
Questions are instruments. They help us to open our mind and detect hidden information. Questions allow us to escape from standard thought patterns, what we think we know, our daily routines, our prejudices and assumptions. Questioning as a method is based on the understanding of a topic but then doubting the norm. “The Archive of the Question” is a collection of the existence of questions. The archive focuses on the question and not on the answer. It suggests that you should never stop asking questions and resembles the purpose and value of questioning as an attitude towards life in general.
THESIS Why do you ask questions?
What is a thesis? Why do you write a thesis? Does a thesis have established rules? Does a thesis have a standard design? Is the shape that we know as a thesis well designed? Does a thesis consist out of research? Does a research exist out of questions? Or does a research exist out of answers? What is a good question? Why do you ask questions? How do you formulate a good question? What does a question mark do with a sentence? What does a question mark do with a word? May a thesis consist out of questions? Or should I give answers with a thesis?