This week, I paid a visit to the beautiful Klok en Peel museum in Asten, a small museum with an extensive collection and library on the subject of bells. I was there for discussing a small commissioned job, but also for research on my upcoming soundscape project on city bells.
Finally received the custom made picture frame for a great birthday present I got from close friends: an abstract screen printing of a Redbreast Robin! (Part of BLOCBIRDS, an artproject by Studio 212 Fahrenheit.)
📚 According to my Goodreads list I already started reading A Distant Mirror years back, but the bookmark revealed I never got past the foreword. This time, I’m determined to read it all the way to the end, since it will be great research for my upcoming project on city bells.
Repurposed solar panel research could be the foundation for a new ultrahigh-resolution microdisplay. The OLED display would feature (…) more than 10,000 pixels per inch.
I just finished the first part of the examination assessment of the first group of students from the new Associate Degree Design Digital Media (HKU – Utrecht University of The Arts). I’m very proud of all our students: their hard work has certainly paid off, especially in these difficult times!
Be sure to take a look at the online exhibition at exposure.hku.nl. The students will have a Q&A with visitors on Friday 26 june 2020 from 16:45 – 19:00, you’re cordially invited! More info can be found here.
Or read this interview in Algemeen Dagblad with one of our students!