Here you can find the network of ERforS, the artists, institutions and organisation that are connected to ERforS projects.
The recently discovered ‘Interplanetary SuperHighway’ by Martin Lo is now being used in space travel and is implemented in the strategic trajectory of ERforS. The Interplanetary Superhighway is a collection of mathematically defined pathways (energy lanes) through the solar system that allows an object or spacecraft to move much faster without using additional fuel or impulse. These energy lanes are the connections between the L-points (named after Lagrange) that are situated around every planet. About five points surrounding each planet mark a tiny zero-gravitation point where a stationed object is equally drawn towards all surrounding planets, creating an absolute standstill.
In a similar way ERforS uses existing relations between different entities (organisation and locations) as energy lanes in order to move around the world. ERforS stimulates the connections between different entities and organisations and tries to create temporary L- points through mutual collaboration: a moment of concentration and focus on a certain area. This enables ERforS to organise projects using combined energy and create unusual and non-existing connections between existing organisations and institutions.