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…
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…
From now on, I’ll be posting my full blog posts on my new blog: MADtech.me. Together with fellow MADtech master students we’ll be updating the new blog with our personal process, final works, exhibitions etc., all related to the field of Media, Art, Design and Technology.
I can recommend you to check it out in the coming months, because there will be regular updates from a variety of interesting artists 🙂 If you’re just interested in my personal work, you can of course continue to follow this blog (I’ll announce new posts here as well) or you can follow my personal page on MADtech.me.
I recently read an article about average faces which made me curious about moving average images. How would an average movie of a certain director look like? Or what would the average ‘I love you’ phrase in a movie look AND sound like? While I was thinking about this, somebody told me this has already been done with the first season of the Friends TV Series. So I looked up the YouTube video “Watch Every Episode of Friends Simultaneously” (embedded below).