The Death of Logic, 2019 (2:0", video and audio), exhibited at "What Happened to the Future?", Kunsthal Rotterdam. With Vera van de Seyp, comissionsed by Poetry International.
Visuals for invitation card, 2019. The poem "Mother" by Mona Kareem is used as input in a combination of generative design processes linking words to images from open archives. With Vera van de Seyp
Palette, 2015. Javascript drawing application responding to speed, angle and direction.
Exhibition design for "What Happened to the Future?", Kunsthal Rotterdam. With Micha Prinsen and Vera van de Seyp, comissionsed by Poetry International.
Exist, and the future, 2019 (crowdsourced poem / web application), exhibited at "What Happened to the Future?", Kunsthal Rotterdam. With Vera van de Seyp, comissionsed by Poetry International. Typeface by Colophon Foundry
Play (workgroup) , 2017. Conversation model in the form of a game: a cooperative situation wherein players exchange information through associations and make connections between different areas of knowledge. With Saulė Vaivilavičiūtė and Marjet Zwaans, played at Stroom Den Haag and Prospects & Concepts, Art Rotterdam.
Do We Need to be Healed? (book) , 2018. Book design for Saulė Vaivilavičiūtė. Includes Riso-printed dust cover, available at Page Not Found.
ASMR ClubNight, 2017. Poster for ASMR ClubNight, an exhibition/performance evening I organised for PIP Expo, an iniative curated by Jeannette Slütter and Jelle Koper.
ASMR ClubNight (drawing), 2017. Shown as a vynil cut-out.
asdfghjkl, 2017. Book part of my graduation project exploring visual outcomes of the human need to contribute, from ancient history to the digital era, wherein Web 2.0 relies on and profits from its value. A selection of was featured on De Internet Gids as part of their column "Literaire Beeldbijdrage", edited by Dirk Vis.
asdfghjkl, 2017 (video and audio).
Web Design & Development for Maria Bigaj, 2018.
are apples ______ for you?, 2016. Publication containing the widely different results of a 15 minute google search containing the expressions “are apples good for you” and “are apples bad for you”.
are apples ______ for you?, 2016 (ceramics, silkscreen prints, epoxy, sand, wood). Instalation made of more than 130 ceramic tablets featuring CMYK silkscreen prints.
are apples ______ for you?, 2016 (analog b&w fprints, vynil stickers).