“Why is the sky blue?”, “What is a black hole?”, and “How does a search engine work?” – these are some of the questions which are raised in the exhibition “Zeker Weten?!” (“Are you sure?!”) in the Discovery Museum in Heerlen.
During the Netherlands Film Festival (NFF) Talent days, I was invited to a feedback session in Utrecht.
What would an alternative future from the viewpoint of the 1970s look like?
For an open call of the Imagine Film Festival and the Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision, I created a plan for a short sci-fi animation film “Schaduw van de Machine” (Shadow of the Machine). In my film, I will combine archive footage from Sound & Vision with animation. In March 2021, this plan was …
January 2021, I was briefly featured in a TV program of Dutch broadcaster RTL Z. I was interviewed about the Virtual Interiors project and could demonstrate some of the 2D and 3D interfaces we are working on.
In the year 2019-2020, I had the pleasure of doing the Orientation Year at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy.
Via sketches and photography I explore the world, taking up different viewpoints and perspectives.
In a short paper for the CHIIR conference 2020, we explored the question of how to design user interfaces for searching and retrieving 3D models in a digital humanities context.
For the Virtual Interiors project, I was embedded at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. In a blogpost on their site, I discuss the creation of an interactive visualization of a historical radio from the 1920s.
The Virtual Interiors project focuses on creating 2D and 3D user interfaces for big historical data. Role: researcher/designer/coder
During the Digital Humanities Benelux 2019 conference in Liège, our paper received the best paper award. It looked at novel and visual ways to support scholars’ interpretation of audiovisual sources through temporal content exploration.
For the MusicLab vol.1 event, I created a trailer, visualizing audience sensor data & video footage. Role: video editor, data visualizer