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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


  • Augmented Poetry: “The Machine Who”

    Augmented Poetry: “The Machine Who”

    I’ve created the first prototype of an augmented poem: poetry with a layer of augmented reality(AR) that alters the meaning of the text. A poem, projected on a wall, or printed in a book, or displayed on a monitor, can be viewed through a smartphone where blanks left in the original text are filled in,…


  • 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…


  • The Apple Core (Het Klokhuis)

    The Apple Core (Het Klokhuis)

    For the Dutch educational children’s show “Het Klokhuis” (The Apple Core) I wrote the sketch The Sandman to accompany the episode about Sand-sculpturing. It was aired by Dutch public television (NTR). The Apple Core is a monument of Dutch public television and has been running for over 25 years. It aims to educate children between the ages of six and twelve about…


  • Dancing dishes in Schloss Hollenegg

    Dancing dishes in Schloss Hollenegg

    The past week I accompanied artist and designer Omer Polak to Schloss Hollenegg in Austria to work on his piece LaZuz for the design/art exhibition ADMENSM that opens next week. The piece consists of a number of dishes and cups that ‘dance’ on a dining table. To make this magic happen we used eight Thymio robots that I…