Final preparations for Graduation Show

After working in my studio at the Frank Mohr institute for two years, it has become a little bit of a mess! But I really enjoyed the space, 24/7 access, the facilities and sharing it with fellow master students 🙂

At the moment I’m just rounding up for the opening of the Graduation Show 2017 (July 9 – July 13), for which I was able to give away 100 free train tickets! This makes our show that bit more accessible to people from across the Netherlands, for whom Groningen might be out of reach.

Hope to see you there!

Web, Art & Enterprise

Thank you for your interest in this information package. It serves as an introduction to the Keynote presentation Web, Art & Enterprisewherein I will convey my master thesis, live, in front of an audience. Until then, you can already look into the information this package provides.

The following pages will continue this introduction with my artist biography, emphasizing my graduation work Web Spaces. This is followed by several pages dedicated to themes within my work and research.

Then following the tab, Presentation, you will find a recording of the Keynote presentation…

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Depth Perception Browser Add-on

I’ve been wondering for a while what the world inside a computer would look like. Would the directory structure form some kind of landscape, with hills and mountains? While I didn’t end up investigating the folder hierarchy on my computer, this question made me look differently at the world of web pages. Web pages share a similarity to the folder structure inside your computer, which is their hierarchical nature. In addition to that, elements of a web page have dimensions and are part of a visual layout. So will I really discover a landscape this time? To investigate the structure beneath the surface of a…

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Dear IMDb User – Experimental Showcase

For over a year now, I’ve been emailing IMDb users to let them know they’re involved in my Rapping.Reviews project. Every day I send 30 emails, which means I’ve sent approximately 10.000 emails during this time! Its rather time-consuming, but the conversations emerging from this endeavor are incredibly interesting to me and valuable to my ongoing research into topics like privacy, information overload and authorship. As part of a work presentation for tutors and fellow students, I decided to print out some of these email conversations. Herewith I show the scale of my undertaking and allow them a peek into my personal inbox. It just took me a couple…

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