Instead of gaming and fighting, we traverse the snowy landscape in a meditative way: a peace-full, lonely, and at moments boring hike.
Lost on Arrival, 2020, short film/documentary, 8’00”. In this film a man, after retiring, wants to return to the Caribbean island where he once lived. However, advancing dementia ruins his idyllic plans. He moves there but never really arrives. This heartbreaking drama is portrayed using extremely minimalist means. Except for the opening scene, all we […]
“Fronting Motion” is an networked installation visualizing real-time data of ships entering the Southampton Harbour and nearby road traffic .
What will the post-Covid-19 world look like? What are the challenges, what opportunities will arise? In March 2020 the Oude Kerk joined forces with Mister Motley, the online magazine that links the visual arts to life. Together they invited 16 artists to respond to questions raised by the Covid-19 crisis.
This autobiographical video work takes you to an island. A driver and passenger are revisiting an experience that affected them both deeply. Now, as then, it is night; and the stars in the clear endless sky are right where they were back then. The RideIt came to me one day that I needed to […]
A Collision Of Sorts was screened as part of the ‘Gouden Kalf’ Competition at the Netherlands Film Festival in Utrecht. The screening took place on September 23, 2017.
Watching this film, our minds will try to fix the visual and audio deficiencies and create coherent space. Video and both left and right audio channels are derived from ‘reality’ but do not match as we are used to.
Go Move Be will premiere on September 29 at the Netherlands Film Festival in Utrecht
The bell rings, the music starts. A merry-go-round starts to move and we’re in it. It takes us on a bumpy rotating ride on a december morning. A view of a cheerful but ominous landscape unfolds. This short film with the title ‘The Fortune’ (‘Geluk zoeken doe je maar op het Malieveld’ in Dutch) is […]
We are happy to announce that we will premier our walking-essay-film “The City As Performative Object” on April 4 2017 at LIMA Amsterdam.
A bag that never parts from the mailman’s body, records the moment to moment interaction of mail delivery.
A short film about order and disruption.
A work depicting wind generated movements of balloons attached to a meadow wall.
Movies based on the idea of Google Earth being a mirror or temporary copy of the real world.
Short animation film on the interdependence of rural and urban landscapes in our perception.