From September 4 I gave 3 lectures in 5 days under the heading ’Sound is Space’ at Gallery Het Langhuis Zwolle, ArtEZ and the Gerrit Rietveld Academy.→
Soon I ‘ll will be giving 3 readings in 1 week with the common denominator: ‘Sound is Space’ at Langhuis Gallery, ArtEZ University of the Arts, Gerrit Rietveld Academy→
How do I approach the sound environment that is all around me?
I was invited to be an ‘inspirational speaker’ at the ‘From sound to timbre’ Symposium organised by the →
My Talk in the series “Sniffing Ether” of WORM / Klangendum in Rotterdam will be about listening to low mid high frequency-ranges in China’s daily urban sound environment.
‘The audible space, LMH Frequencies’ is a talk about ways of listening … about how, during my sound research in China in the autumn of 2015, I started to tune in to frequency ranges in order to get to grips with the radical urban development of this country (1986-2015).→
Lecture and workshop with Master students of the DAE.
‘Observing the city’ is a project of Frans Bevers and Joost Grootens.
My assignment: Observe STRIJP-S, the new creative and cultural heart of Eindhoven and make a presentation of what ‘the audible space’ of STRIJP-S evokes.
Lecture at the Master of Film (The Netherlands Film Academy Amsterdam)
about how I listen to how life manifests itself in sound and how I make these vital processes part of my work. I will elaborate on my working process by referring to some of my recent activities: the multiple awarded ‘Via Dolorosa’ (2013) by video artist / filmmaker Menno Otten, ‘Niets laat me vermoeden’ / ‘There’s nothing to tell me’ (2015), an interactive GPS Soundwalk in nature about World War 1, and my most recent research project: a ‘listening research trip’ to urban China. This will lead to a new work, ‘Time Lapse China’.
The Master of Film lecture series→
‘About the real and the true’ is the theme of the Studium Generale at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.
My lecture is about ‘Sound Space Identity’ on 12 Februari 2015.
I would like to question the emphasis our culture puts on the visual: perhaps we would gain a better understanding of our world if we listened to it more and looked at it less.→
March 21 is the international day of Light and Colour. KLEURENVISIE is organising a congress about ‘Colour in the outside’. With contributions from a.o. Elske Verdoorn (It’s oh so grey), Rob van Maanen (Colour in the city), Gerard Loozekoot UN…→