A continuing theme throughout my work is the human relationship with technological and scientific progress. I’m fascinated by the origins of ‘new media’ throughout the ages, and the influence of historical scientific and technological discoveries on contemporary culture. With my projects, i’m trying to make tangible how those historical developments are still shaping our current and future perception of the world.
I create audiovisual installations and compose music and sound for theatre and film. I also initiate longer‐running artistic research projects at the interface between the different art disciplines and the sciences.
I believe in interdisciplinary cooperation between artists and scientists. I am convinced that artists can play an important role in bridging the gap between ever‐accelerating scientific and technological progress and society.
My studio is based in Utrecht, Netherlands, where I also live with my partner and two lovely daughters.
Besides my independent art practice, I am working freelance as an artist, researcher and teacher for various cultural, scientific and educational organizations.
(For my full portfolio, see projects)
My art and research projects have been shown in several locations, among others:
I’ve worked as a commissioned artist, lecturer and researcher for several clients, such as: