Works and Projects
A selection of different projects
VibramusikSocial music project
Vibramusik is a collaborative project that turns music into focussed vibrations, opening up new forms of sound and feeling for hearing and non-hearing people alike.
Original music and vibrations were performed on a custom designed and built vibrating dance floor, vibrating furniture and hand held devices. The event took place at KAOS studios. With support and afterparty from King David Soundsystem feat. Balki. The project was founded by Rob Blake and Emin Aksoy and generously funded by the brilliant @draussenstadt
Thanks to everyone that worked on this - particularly head engineer @tinkavey and our artists @laureboer @sabiwa.music and @francesco_devincenti_gdsdub
Diese Projekt ist ein Teil der Initiative DRAUSSENSTADT, gefördert von der Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa sowie der Stiftung für Kulturelle Weiterbildung und Kulturberatung. #draussenstadt
poster and exhibition images
Recognising our incomprehensible acts of savage normalitySculptural works for ARE Holland residency
The works in this show examine and untangle ordinary objects laden with nuanced meanings and untidy histories. Their supply chains and extensive development backgrounds often ignored or unquestioned. These products or materials are so mundane and neutral that it seems as if they don’t exist. Yet, they didn’t simply appear out of nowhere…
Online and offline, we all participate in trying to summarise the intangible experience of self-aware existence using limited character allowances in non-contextualized spaces. I dream of simple axioms that allow us to find peace and justification for our lives. However, the more I consume, the less it seems that any existence can be pure. Despite this longing for simplicity, it is the complexity of our modern world that makes it so culturally rich. Perhaps it’s time to embrace the confusion and stop searching for definitive answers and purity. Maybe there can be no more axioms, and perhaps that, in itself, is liberating.