Mechanical rhyme

This installation uses machine learning to read and dissect poetry. It analysis a database of poetry that is provided by the artist. It uses this database to generate new works.

Sound, a tributary of Touch

This project revolves around intimacy with strangers and our inherent human need for physical acknowledgment.

Nothin’ New

Video directed by Noa Silver, song performed by Equivocal, beats by Gabs.

Transitions

This installation tells a story about connections, passages, phases and transformations. It makes use of modular poetry and interactive technology to create a unique experience for every visitor.

Reaume – A Virtual Reality Installation.

Reaume is a virtual reality installation, in which the visitor can explore art in a different setting than one would in a museum or public space. A VR art exhibition w here anything is possible.

Skeletons of castles

The sculpture is a self portrait. From the head of the wooden man a 30 min spoken word piece emerges.

Ngorongoro with Leo and Dandee

An animation about two retarded lions (Leo and Dandee) bothering a giraffe in Ngorongoro valley. The goal was to pitch our own animation serie.

Animation Showreel

Waterfilter

We build a waterfilter to turn the water inside the canals of Rotterdam to drinkable water.¬†This project aims to visualise and explain the filtration process of canal water. The clean water was used to make filter coffee and mint tea. It became a intrinsic part of the festive opening of the exhibition. Will the fire kept the visitors warm and …

Sharretation

The main theme here is shatters and painful but aesthetics destruction and the subject matter is deforestation.

Fluds

This sound installation reflects the rising of the sea level.

Billy | Infomercial

In collaboration with Graphic Grocery. Animation and motion-design by me, all illustrations by Graphic Grocery.

Found Sounds Music

There is rhythm in everyday routines.

De Waterspiegel

In collaboration with Lidyann van der Wolf. In assignment for the local government of Rotterdam. This was a proposal for the Balkon aan de Maas, which was sadly never realised. A special thanks to our friend Paul Cox for his guidance. This project started as a playful collaboration between me and Lidyann were we used trash material to create our …