In this experiment I got internet users (from MultiplayerPiano.com) to make a sound collage out of a Facebook chat without them knowing it. The result sounds different each time, depending on how many people are playing the piano and what they are playing. Sometimes the combinations of words are very disturbing, sometimes it’s just funny. This is just a demo
I made the piano part for this a while ago but now I’ve revisited the track to remove the vocal part and complete the instrumentation.
Another collaboration with musician Jesse Vanden Eynde who played guitar on this.
Collaboration with Jesse Vanden Eynde (guitar) to translate the rhythm of a poem into sound.
A video I edited together based on footage taken of and by various members of the CLUBHUIS collective.
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I have this friend Matt who is from the internet, where he lives a happy and contented life. The only way to speak to him face-to-face is by video chat. I spoke with him on Skype for 4 hours about philosophical conundrums and then (some time later) made this digital painting based on two webcam stills and what I learned about him during our conversation.
A page from the graphic novel/cookbook I’m working on with artist Val Gallardo.
I’m currently working on a graphic novel/cookbook with artist Val Gallardo. We are working on the story together and she is illustrating it. I’m developing the recipes for the book. It follows the story of a group of friends who haven’t seen each other since art school but are brought back together after each receiving an invitation to dinner from a mysterious vegan burger franchise owner named Bingo Lovelett.
I read Gerard Manley Hopkins 1918 poem and turned it into an ambient-electro track.
New track with words by Dominique De Groen.
I composed the end-credits music to a poetic Flemish cop series from the nineties that never existed.