Tag Archives: Jip de Beer

Web Spaces @ Ars Electronica & GOGBOT, soon exhibited in a gallery near you!

This September I’ve exhibited Web Spaces internationally at Ars Electronica. Due to insurance reasons I wasn’t able to exhibit the precious metal Web Space of Google or Facebook, but I did show some colourful PLA prints. During the festival I’ve also seen quite some people successfully and enthusiastically interact with the Web Spaces interactive installation. I’m always glad when people are able to overcome the initial obstacle of the gamepad, because not everyone is familiar with this interface. I also had my interactive installation up and running at the GOGBOT festival because I received a nomination for the BLINK Youngblood Award. Unfortunately…

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Web Spaces @ Graduation Show Frank Mohr Institute 2017

Jip standing next to 3D prints of web pages based on successful Dutch tech/web startup companies: Mr. White, Mr. Black, Mr. Yellow, Mr. Green.

Soon Web Spaces will be shown at GOGBOT (nominated for Blink Youngblood Award), Ars Electronica in Linz, at the SBK Sprouts Young Talents exhibition in Amsterdam, and after that in a group show in Eindhoven… Very excited about this progress! But in this post I show what my work looked like at the Frank Mohr Institute Graduation Show 2017 (Der Aa-kerk, Groningen, July 9 – July 13). This time I’ve used 3 different media to exhibit my…

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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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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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Web Spaces @ Work in Progress Expo

To the Work in Progress exhibition by Platform Minerva I’ve contributed Web Spaces, a series of 3D printed webpages in combination with Architectural Explorations, a dual-screen interactive installation. On the walls I’ve presented two additional projection works, of which one is also interactive.

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Studio Dump: Reflections

The goal here is to get everything I’ve been working on recently out of my studio. I put it all into one room, to get an overview and reflect on the works.

Glitch and mutation are clearly new elements I’ve been experimenting with.

This quick video I’ve put together focuses on the elements related to the Web Spaces project I’m working on.

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