(exhibition video installation and slide projection)
Video and photography installation for the traveling exhibition ‘Chandigarh 40 years after Le Corbusier‘ co-directed with photographer Martin van den Oever.
This publication of Architectura and Natura (Amsterdam) presents photographs of Chandigarh from Martin van den Oever and Evert Bloemsma taken during the 1990s on behalf of the traveling exhibition ‘Chandigarh 40 ans après Le Corbusier’.
Video installation for the traveling exhibition ‘Chandigarh 40 years after Le Corbusier‘ including video footage of TUDelft students and showing vernicular scenes in and about Chandigarh in the 90ties.
Shown among other venues: Musee Ledoux Arc-et-Senans (France), Kunsthal Rotterdam, Philips Innovation Centre Eindhoven (The Netherlands).
Video montage for 12 monitors
Graduation work. Dutch spoken. Subtitle in English and French Portrait of colonial Dutch Indies (Army) KNIL officer Jo Disse.
The video traits the heroism of Mr Disse and let’s him show his cherished recollection in original pictures and fantastic stories.
The stories form a recollection and remembrance of 60 years of his (colonial) life in Indonesia (former Netherlands Indies), from a successful merchant to a war hero for the British Empire (Decorated MBE) and thereafter, at the rise of a free, liberated Indonesia.
Portrait of the city at the verge of growing into the Dutch megalo harbour city it is known today.
Architecture at embryo level was treated as a residu of harbour labor and mutli-cultural sources of culture. Seen from the subjective eyes of a subversive History of Art journalist, Mr. Tito Cruls.
Graduation multimedia installation.
Multi-modal and multi-media project created way before the multimedia integration into the computer machines happened. Usage of various techniques of film making and video, photography (mono and stereo, and panorama) and audio design.
One of my graduating project at the Artez, Arnhem Hogeschool voor de kunsten, Holland.
The project focussed on expressing visual language of French vernacular typography and aesthetics in general. A voyage to the source (in my native country and about Christmas time) to re-discover the limits and liberties of French graphic design origins. Searching the boundaries of ugliness as a visual concept.