Category Archives: sonic heritage

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“babble and touch” installation at Babelut festival, Neerpelt, BE

2015   Interactive tactile sound sculpture installation: “babble and touch”  The “babble and touch” installation was realized and presented during the Babelut festival in Neerpelt, Belgium. The Babelut festival an international music theatre festival for children and their (grant)parents. Invited … Continue reading

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soundscape installation: Bhu!

2009   The soundscape installation / artistic research project:  Bhu ! (buan, bin, building , ik ben (Dutch: I am), wuon, wunian, wonen (Dutch: to dwell), I live in the neighbourhood.       referring to the essay of M. Heidegger: “building, … Continue reading

soundmap Stevenshof
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“WE tube” project

                 community sound art project : 2011       “WE tube” in the Stevenshof, Leiden, Netherlands                                  as part of   “Wijken voor Kunst”,  “Smaakmakers in de Stevenshof” (link) Summer 2011 I finished a community … Continue reading

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De (Geluids) Smaak van Laak / The Sound Taste of Laak district

               community sound art project 2013      “The  (Geluids) Smaak van Laak  / ” The Sound Taste of Laak”  part of the “Smaak van Laak / Taste of Laak” – community art project  of the Laak … Continue reading

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“woollen sound organs”

2014     Cellar Noises Expedition at the Urban Explorer Festival, Dordrecht,  NL The “woollen sound organs” – installation as electro acoustic art form can be presented in a gallery or site specific space. There is a “projected” multi channel … Continue reading

super sonic sound scape shoes in Taxandria museum
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little girl with “super sonic sound scape shoes”

  2011   Children sound festival:  “Storm op Komst”                 Taxandria Museum, Neerpelt,  Belgium                          (read more about the presentation in the Taxandria Museum) With thanks to  curator  Eveline Heylen,  (Musica BE)

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“woollen sound pill”

  project:    “woollen sound pill is making sound stories touchable“             in old people care centre  de Oude Raay, South Amsterdam         2005 With the “woollen sound pill” I’ve visited  old people care centres. “Bringing … Continue reading

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Hearing Places, essay

The essay: “woollen sound pill” as tactile sonic intervention  published  in the book Hearing Places, Sound, Place, Time and Culture (link)     Editors: sound artist Ros Bandt, Michelle Duffy and Dolly MacKinnon, University of Melbourne, Cambridge Scholars Press, date 2007.  (recommended!)   … Continue reading

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“de klinkende ringoven”

 multichannel soundscape installation in monumental stone factory:             “the sounding ring oven”    Stone factory Bosscherwaarden, Wijk bij Duurstede, Netherlands,          2010 I presented the multi speaker installation: “de klinkende ringoven” (“the sounding ring oven”) during the … Continue reading

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“een zee van ver-halen”

2009    community sound art  “a sea of stories” project in Escamp, part of  Expedition Koorenhuis (art education centre) Den Haag,  Netherlands. “een zee van ver-halen”  translated it is a combination of:  “a sea of stories”   and  ” a sea … Continue reading

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“time shift” (building ambience)

2004, 2005  During the building of the new Music Building at the IJ in the harbours of Amsterdam  I did  a lot of soundwalks through the transforming new building and building site  (from feb. 2004 – jan. 2005)  rendering binaural … Continue reading

geluidsvlag voor Schoorl
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“sound flag” / geluidsvlag (voor Schoorl)

2006     : four channel sound flag installation for Schoorl,  a little Dutch town on the west coast of Holland, made in cooperation with writer and poet Theo Olthuis. Poems written by Theo Olthuis about the town Schoorl, the surroundings and … Continue reading