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As part of the collaboration with musician-composer Dirk Bruinsma, I have developed visuals to Bruinsma's composition, within this experimnetal Organ music evening. Monoták, an Amsterdam based composer's collective performed on June 4th 22 at the Orgelpark, Amsterdam. * Click for the compilation...
Now we have extended this one onto a live performance. Due on June 11/23 at Le Ventre in Hégenheim FR
August 2nd/23 Sexyland, Amsterdam
Delighted to have been chosen for the culture prize which is being awarded every two years. The category media art and digital culture is featured in this round. The jury was especially impressed- they wrote- by Knots and Alterations: the way such topics as connectivity and the impact of digital communication are represented.
Started as an experimental dance film which was initiated by SpOp as a collaboration in times of Covid. The idea was communicated with drawings, pictures, text and music pieces by Dirk Bruinsma. Dealing with connectivity, entanglement and barriers.
The material was sent from Rotterdam to Belgrade. Once in Belgrade video material was shot with the choreographies and improvisation by the talented Ana Obradović, Jovana Grujić and Nemanja Bošković. The camera work by Jovana Milovanović and Marko Segedinčev was then again sent back to Rotterdam and has undergone a CGI and editing treatment which has resulted in the final Knots.
The project is now ongoing and enriched as a live audiovisual performance with musician Dirk Bruinsma.
22/11/22 performed in WORM, Rotterdam
March 25/23 at a Sunny Side Up evening, Kunst&Complex R'dam
May 25/23 screeing at Kino Klub, Split, Croatia
Works on White present quotes and comments, landscapes and textures, beats and linearities, all dealing with the notion of White. White in relation to identity and as an abstraction.
08-09/02/19 Kunst&Complex, Rotterdam, NL
10/02/19 Extrapool, Nijmegen, NL
18/04/19 Guild Cinema, Albuquerque, USA with Tiny Americans
20/04/19 Center for Peace , " " "
24/04/19 Jhonny's warehouse, Tucson, " "
22/05/19 screening of Works on White #2, Off-Screen, Rotterdam
19/06/19 WORM, Rotterdam, NL
21/09/19 Magacin, Belgrade, RS
24/09/19 DorcolPlatz, Belgrade, RS
28/09/19 LaboNovo, Reillanne, FR
10/11/19 Le Mini Who, with WORM, Utrecht, NL
07/03/20 Ursula Walter gallery, Dresden, DE
29/03/20 Ann Arbor film festival, Michigan, USA
23/12/20-10/01/21 Hilton Art Lab,three channel inst., Rotterdam
Following the process of milk turning into powder and expanding into the market. Observing our relation to nature, to commerce, and to ideologies.
A spatial video installation with twenty video components, guided by a documentary line. Starting in Vevey, Switzerland, continuing to Uvdal, Norway and back to the Netherlands, especially Friesland and the Hollandia road.
Made possible by the Mondriaan fund.
A try-out is planned for November 2023 at the Goethe institute, Rotterdam. An exhibition is planned at TENT Rotterdam in 2024.
Short films and live version in collaboration with musician Dirk Bruinsma. The first PD version was made in 2016 based on the virtues propagated by the then to become first lady.This version titled PD#2 has been extended.
2023 screening at Kino Klub, Split, Croatia
2023 PD#3 exhibited at H(a)L, Rotterdam
PD #2 and #3 have been part of the prize event at Theater Rotterdam 2022 featuring also cellist Nina Hitz. Nr #3 follows the term 'televised':the way we receive images of destruction and rubble through sterile and shiny TV studios and applications.
An interactive video installation.
Dealing with transitions in time and locality. Taking place in Belgrade as two fictional cities. Here with Novi Beograd views as installed at the Schouwburg Theater. Read more...
Realised with the major support of the Dutch Creative Industries fund.
A video installation with music by Marc Verhoeven. Empathy, connectivity and human relation in times of digital communications are being addressed. A three channel projection onto transparent gauze makes the images appear as hollograms. With references to iconic art works and literature, a fragmentation of possible linearity.