How do we remain alien enough to a technology to recognize and play with its character, meaning and even absurdity, while being familiar enough to be able to dream in its internal logic*? As part of my graduate research in the context of the Research Master of Film, I collaborated with the Visual Effects & Immersive Media department ‘with these alien eyes and method’. The months grew into a year and from these experiments and collaborations the ideas for the IVF-X exhibition/VR-experience were created. This research ... – Read more.
One of my specialities is being able to navigate the unknown. In all my work, whether for governments or galleries, I experiment. These experiments are open ended. Often I use experimental methods that lead but never define or restrict my research. They grow. Here some glimpses of methods that I used, sketched, sculpted, transformed and trashed throughout my Reseach at the Filmacademy, the most important one you can find under the post Dreaming like an Alien. Artistic research Method developed for Glasgow based curator ... – Read more.
A dialogue for Man, Men and Space.A man drives a car, a man stands in a landscape,a man puts on his shoes, man poses in space,space poses for man. A visual poetry film based on Ebenbild (Poem) by Frouke ... – Read more.
Mux Video Art Festival, Asheville 2016 7.30min HD-filminstallation:Foregrounding text and sound as mainnarrative guides, this film presents itself as narrative as well as visualpresence: slowly, subconsciously transforming in form and tone. The Silent version of Goldcoast was projected on a big screen between trees in the Tolhuistuinen in Amsterdam during Icarus festival 2015; Here it’s silence slowly pulled people in. At Mux Asheville Video Art Festival it was shown with a soundtrack produced by the ... – Read more.