Knalpot _ Yes Please album release 27th June, Paradiso Amsterdam

Knalpot "Yes Please"
After a long long process of making many different record sleeves (this which was a bit too dreamy for the boys but later turned into this sleeve for the Eindbaas sampler), finally a liger in the void was left standing.. -sublimation- of the uncanny. 
I am so so happy to be part of this long journey Knalpot has taken to get to this record and all the funny weird adventures we lived through since we met four years ago on a nightly beach in Lithuania. 

In other sleeve news, Waterbodies used my classic broken face image for their new single. These days my hair is actually very similar to that hair back then. hmmm .. anachronisms


⬢⬣ A Glitch Timond ⬣⬢

A Glitch Timond
Its hanging: A Glitch Timond! 

Glitch cliches for the blind, which you will(not) be able to see it during the totally dark opening this Wednesday evening at Gerard Doustraat 128, Amsterdam during the opening of PORN FOR THE BLIND™

A Glitch Timond 
The collage shows a collection of glitch clichés collected from popular culture. These former disturbances have gained meaning beyond their technological value; the effects have became signifiers, pointing to the presence of for instance hackers, ghosts, A.I., 'reality' and lofi or retro 'emotional' technologies. 
I chose the framing, the non-square, non-quadrilateral windows, in different x/y/z spaces as an example of the blindness for other possibilities caused by resolutional clichés. A Glitch Timond



it took me 2 years to finish and let go. but finally i .am. 
you can find it in all its glory on this special page

goodbye little creature with which i spend so so so much time.
i wish you happy trailing



Shadows suspended on temporal resolutions [[interlacing scan fields]] aka cover art for Eindbaas

Shadows suspended on the temporal resolution of scanned fields [[interlacing]]

Shadows suspended on the temporal resolution of scanned fields [[interlacing]]
Today the EINDBAAS Sampler 1 came out, for which I did the cover art: a fresh analogue feedback tunnel with some databend digi polies on top. This release features tracks by my friends Julian, MONODEER and Men of Mega
Thanks go out to Frans for inviting me to be part of this nationalistic bleep*-thing. Its very impressive how Frans has been able to breath new live into this old genre ... selling out every Eindbaas