I'm a media artist, designer, composer, performer, researcher and lecturer. I often work with sound, creative coding and electronics. In my work I explore human perception and the interconnectedness of the senses. I create objects, spaces or experiences in which sound plays an important role.
I also teach at the Music & Technology faculty at the University of the Arts Utrecht, am a part of new media collective Zesbaans and sound art collective Soundlings and write and run sound art blog Everyday Listening.

  • Timeshift (2017)
    explores the acoustic ecology of South Korea and the audio-visual relationship, documented in an 'audio-photobook'.
  • CRDL (2016 - now)
    is an interactive object to communicate with Alzheimer's patients through physical contact and sound.
  • is an A/V-performance based on LIMA's archive, in which the concept of pareidolia is explored.
  • consists of 7 installations exploring taste and sound, presented during the Edinburgh Fringe.
  • IN.somnial (2017)
    explores the physiological and perceptual effects of light, sound and smell.
  • Songline (2016)
    is a sound art trail, consisting of various installations and performances in a public forest.
  • is a series of labs where people experience how sound influences the sensory links.
  • Presque Vu (2016)
    is an A/V-performance in which the visuals react to it's sonic counterpart.
  • more works...