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  • Interview for Ars Electronica

    Interview for Ars Electronica

    During the Ars Electronica Festival I had the chance to interview Taiwanese artist Chiaochi Chou about her work “Synplant” that she presented in the Becoming Different exhibition, a part of the Gardens Exhibition, curated by the Yasuaki Kakehi Lab and The University of Tokyo (JP). Photo: vog.photo Read the interview here

  • WHAT_IS_LOST

    WHAT_IS_LOST

    “What is Lost” is an executable code poem: a poem written in code, readable for non programmers, but executable on the command line of any Linux or Mac OSX computer. The poem reflects on how human minds have been transformed into sources of data collection and have been fused with the technologies we use on…

  • Founding Lab

    Founding Lab

    I’m proud to be a part of the summer school of the FOUNDING LAB this year in Linz, Austria: “a collaborative effort between the Institute of Digital Sciences Austria (IDSA) and Ars Electronica. Its aim is to identify, develop, and present new areas, approaches, and formats that address the challenges of digital transformation. “ As a…

  • Rabbit Academy

    Rabbit Academy

    The coming year I will be putting my rabbit ears on to write scripts for Rabbit Academy! This new children’s animation series is produced by Akkord Film for SWR, NDR, HR, and Kika (the children’s television portal of ARD and ZDF.) I’m extra excited, since it will be my first production in Germany. Inspirationals by…

  • infinite_loop

    infinite_loop

    My code poem infinite_loop was published by Volume Poetry Read it here, and check out the latest edition of Volume, volume 3 issue 1!

  • Robots Reloaded

    Robots Reloaded

    Together with visual artist and designer Omer Polak, I worked on the Robots Feast, a show of 50 robots, dancing a choreography, interacting, and serving food to a hungry audience at the Martini Festival. The work was a continuation of Omer’s early Dancing Dishes installation presented at the LaZuz design exhibition in 2019 and again…

  • Teaching in India

    Teaching in India

    This year, like last year, I will teach the course “Creative Writing” at the UPES School for Design. We will focus on storytelling for designers of the master Graphic Design. The course is a collaboration between The University of Europe and UPES India.

  • Code Poetry

    Code Poetry

    I started a new project, codename Code Poetry, in which I explore the parallels between writing code and writing poetry, in form and content as well as in the thought process that precedes the writing. Read more about it here and read my first code poem, entitled Infinite Loop, published by Volume Poetry!

  • On The Air

    On The Air

    Last week I was a guest on Fetewei Tarekegn’s radio show The Minority Report. We discussed the sense and nonsense of dating in Berlin in the Tinder era. The Minority Report is a monthly show on Reboot FM hosted by Fetewei Tarekegn, recorded at Acud Macht Neu in Berlin.

  • Resident Bart

    Resident Bart

    I’m invited to the Martha’s Vineyard Writers Residency in October! The Noepe Center for Literary Arts awarded me the Carol Wagner Smith Scholarship to do a two week residency in Edgartown, Massachusetts. I’m thrilled to be given the chance to work on my English stories. Finally I have the perfect excuse to be back in…

  • A Dutch short story with a girls’ name

    A Dutch short story with a girls’ name

    Yesterday I published my short story Jantine on the Dutch blog Hard//Hoofd. The illustration was made by Dutch artist Lune van der Meulen, and I think it captures the awkwardness of the story perfectly! The introduction reads: ‘The first high school love affair, the first kiss, de first break-up: everybody has vivid memories of these…

  • Newborn in print

    Newborn in print

      A few months ago my short story Mister Hobson’s Mustache got selected by Writer’s Digest for publication in their 16th Annual Writer’s Digest Short Short Story Competition Collection and today I got the book. My very first publication in English! Isn’t it beautiful? And, coincidentally, also my very first publication in print. Two milestones all…