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attempt #3

KAAP art festival for children, fort Groenekan, Utrecht. http://tweetakt-kaap.nl/ 3 years ago I participated(analogue soundlab 2) in KAAP, a quite unique exhibition held at a old fortress on the outskirts of Utrecht. It’s main goal is to provide an interesting way to involve a younger…

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Borstcrawl machine

Bosch Parade, 19-21-22 Juni 2014, Rivier de Dommel, ‘s-Hertogenbosch. Bosch Parade The “Bosch Parade” is a yearly event held in honour of the famous dutch painter Jheronimus Bosch. It’s a floating art parade with a wide range of different disciplines, each with their own interpretation…

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Uitvindertje Spelen

de Belofte 9: TOEN, 24 mei tot 22 juni 2014, Kunstliefde, Utrecht.   De Belofte is a yearly event at Kunstliefde here in Utrecht where a group of freshly graduated students get the opportunity to build their own exhibition with the guidance of several already…

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Attempt #2 at Kaalstaart

Kaalstaart Festival voor de betakunsten en nieuwe ambachten, 18-19-20 October 2014, Kunsthal de Kade, Amersfoort. Back in October 2013 I took part in a 3 day festival for technical arts in Amersfoort called Kaalstaart.  Instead of showing a finished work I decided to show the…

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Attempt #2 at ABSTRACT

ABSTRACT, Kunstliefde, Utrecht 04-19 till 05-18 ABSTRACT My mechanical machines in an exhibition about abstract painting? Sure, why not!  

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Analogue soundlab 3 on discoverychannel

Back in March of 2013 I got contacted by discoverychannel if they could feature my analogue soundlab 3 in their program “You’ve been warned”. As someone who grew up on discoverychannel I just couldn’t refuse. They came over with a small production team to shoot…

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useless robot #3

GRIP exhibition, derdewal, Nijmegen 12-2013 The 3rd iteration in my series about “useless” robots. This one uses a counterweight mounted on a single switch wich changes the direction of the motor when it reaches the top of the ramp.

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Analogue soundlab 4

Casco Concreet exhibition, Utrecht, 12-2013 The 4th iteration of my giant spring reverb project. This time I totally abandoned the need for amplificiation and instead asked the visitor to place the wire between their teeth. This results in vibrations in the jawbone wich travel directly…

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Chain Choreography

HKU school for arts, Utrecht 03-2013 This work was part of my graduation year at the Utrecht school of arts. I wanted to make something inspired by my childhood. The title of the work is “De kralenketting van mijn moeder” (the necklace of my mother)…

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Attempt #2

Graduation exhibition HKU fine art 2013 After coming really close to a working machine on attempt#1 I took a gamble and made a entire new work for my graduation exhibition. The mayor problem in attempt#1 was the friction in the wood on wood sliding mechanism….

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Attempt #1

I’ve always been fascinated by the beauty of mechanical linkages. Back in 2005 I was quite addicted to a simple little program called sodaplay. It allows you to create just 2 parts, stiff linkages and muscles. I designed a whole range of different walking machines…

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analogue soundlab 3

Another experiment with extremely long spring reverbs. For this one I suspended 100 meters of 3.5mm galvanised steel in a long hallway. This time I used a piezo element to amplify the sound.   audio:     pictures:

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Analogue soundlab 2

I was asked to participate in the KAAP art festival for children in Utrecht. The festival is held every year at fort Ruigenhoek, an old WW2 fortress just outside of Utrecht. The theme of the festival this year was art and technology and I decided…

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Analogue soundlab

Experiments with acoustic reverb and amplification. Interactive sound installation presented at HKU open dag 31-03-2012 Utrecht.

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Circuitboards

Since I started exploring the world of electronics I have been fascinated by the beauty of the printed circuitboard. It’s probably the most common form of electronics and a modern household can have hundreds of PCB’s all silently making our world work. They were never…

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