Lost & Found Orchestra: Foundscape

Musical compositions with buildings and objects   Lost & Found Orchestra With my Lost & Found Orchestra installations I turn locations, buildings and objects into musical compositions. Every edition is a new location. I start by finding sounds that are hidden under the surface of materials by tapping on the objects, while amplifying them with…

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Lost & Found Orchestra V

ENGLISH TEXT AND VIDEO COMING SOON De vijfde editie van Lost & Found Orchestra vond plaats op Luchthaven Twente in Lonneker. Deze luchthaven is niet meer in gebruik, en wordt af en toe ingezet voor evenementen, en in de tussenliggende periodes is de plek een wandel- en fietsgebied. Op deze luchthaven bevinden zich acht bomshelters,…

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Lost & Found Orchestra II (2016)

LOST & FOUND ORCHESTRA II meets IMMERTABLE Lost & Found Orchestra is an ongoing sound art project. After the first edition where I used the pipes and cooling machines of the pump room in the monumental ‘Cathedral’ building in Radio Kootwijk as the basis for a composition, this second version became an entirely different undertaking….

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Immertable Project (2016)

In march 2016 I was invited to stay in the residency of Etopia: Centre for Art & Technology for the first time, in Zaragoza in Spain for a duration of three weeks. In these three weeks I worked together with artist and physicist Carles Tardio Pi, who was responsible for building and programming the ImmerTable,…

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Pick-up Line (2014-2016)

Pick-up Line is an interactive media-art installation that can in short be described as a tiny call-center, because that is what it looks like (and its’ purpose is also to function as one), but when it is in use, it is also an art piece that criticises the use of mobile phones in modern society…

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Sustained Release (2013)

Sustained Release is an art installation consisting of technical utensils that became obsolete, because of the technological evolution during the past decades: a portable record player, a black-and-white portable ghettoblaster-TV, a reel-to-reel tape recorder and a tube AM/FM radio. These inventions were once top of the line, but for us nowadays, they are relics. But…

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The Pavlov Defect (with Jaap Mutter & Jelle de Graaf) (2012-2013)

The Pavlov Defect is an interactive media installation by Jaap Mutter, Jelle de Graaf and Daniel Maalman.  It is a playful experiment in which the audience can participate and experience the workings of motivational rewards. This installation allows the participant to be motivated with rewards that are designed to keep the participant going. The participant…

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Shoutkast (with Jaap Mutter) (2011-2012)

Shoutkast is an interactive sound installation. The complete installation consists of twenty cupboards of 1m80 high and 35cm wide. All together the installation can span a width of seven meters. Each cupboard is made out of carton, has seven drawers, and all drawers have a unique and randomly generated IP-address on its front. These drawers open…

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The Blackbox Project (with Stef van der Poel) (2008-2011)

The Blackbox Project is an interactive sound installation which is built into a 2 x 2 x 2 meter box. It is the end result of extensive research into the workings of sound and the effects on the mental state of the listener. Together with Stef van der Poel who is a social psychologist as…

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