PROJECTS

UNDER MAINTENANCE

2024

Interactive Bauhaus

Work in progress.

An investigation to bring movement and interactivity to geometric compositions inspired by the Bauhaus.

This is part of my graduation project for the Rietveld Academy

Color Horizonts

Work in Progress

An investigation to put technology itself at the core of the aesthetic experience.

This is part of my graduation project for the Rietveld Academy

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2023

Digital preSENCe

Most of our interactions are mediated by technology, but behind technology, there is always a human component.

This work uses heartbeat sensors and wireless communication to feel each other heartbeat at a distance. 

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2022

Digital Budha

An interactive installation that rewards visitors by being still and present. 

2021

Celestial Connections

In this work I explore the use of creative coding and interactivity of single user with a piece of art. I was inspired by the celestial bodies in the night sky. 

2020

Noisy Heartbeats

In this work I explore the use of biometric sensors together with (Perlin) noise to visualise the heart beat of the two individuals. The visualisation was doen using TouchDesigner.  

StopMeartbot

This is an artbot that is constantly generating pattern until some one stops it.

Kinbaku

Some drawings, pictures, haikus and quotes on Kinbaku

Fearful Symmetry

In this work I explore the use of creative coding and interactivity of multiple users and a piece of art. I use generative art patterns produced with processing.

Poster

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End semester presentation Gerrit Rietveld Academie – DOGTIME  (2 year) – Summer 2020

Covid-19

Here are three of my works related COVID-19. 

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Pendulum

A story about one of my works

2019

Reenactment Dan Graham’s work

This is the documentation of the process leading to the reenactment of Dan Graham’s work “Performer/Audience/Mirror”.

This reenactment was part of the class “Forensic Aesthetics” at the DogTime program of the Gerrit Rietlveld Acedemy. Lecturer: Willem van Weelden.

The work was presented at LIMA, Amsterdam on January 2020.

Generative Coding

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Fine Arts

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