CyberArts 12


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30. August 2012

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OK | CYBERARTS 12
Prix Ars Electronica Exhibition

press information from: 30.08.2012
date: 30.08.2012 - 06.10.2012
opening: 30.08.2012 - 19:00

The OK “Offenes Kulturhaus” in the Upper Austrian Culture Quarter produces and presents new currents and trends in contemporary art, which always also reflect social developments. For years, the CyberArts Prix Ars Electronica exhibition has been an important part of the ambitious program of changing thematic exhibitions and solo presentations. Exciting developments in media art become evident, particularly in the cooperation with the Ars Electronica Festival.

Since 1998 the OK has been the venue for presenting the winners of the Prix Ars Electronica, the international competition for digital art. Expert juries have selected the most interesting works and awarded Golden Nicas, Awards of Distinction and Honorary Mentions in seven categories.

Current trends are always reflected in the choice of jury members and in the selection for the CyberArts exhibition. They show that media art is a hotbed of critical inquiry into social and technological changes or work on actively designing our environment: do it yourself, agitation and self-initiative are the keywords here. Art is a social counter-hotbed and example of civil engagement.
In categories like “Hybrid Art” and “Interactive Art”, new technologies’ power to change is depicted thematically and in installations: the applicability of bio-sciences on the one side (such as the award-winning life work by Joe Davis) and social and ecological engagement on the other (sail-powered drones to combat oil slicks by Protei) indicate the thematic scope.

A thematic field running through all the categories relates to the comprehensive digital network and the transmission of information around the clock, the increasingly broader use of computer-based tools and social networks that all make up our virtual parallel life on the World Wide Web. This complex is also represented by the distinguished project Memopol-2 by Timo Toots, which critically investigates the mass of personal data available on the net.

What makes the exhibition situation especially fascinating this year is how it is interwoven with the exhibition SINNESRAUSCH, which runs parallel to it, leading visitors across the roofs. The contrast between the playful, analog and crafted objects of Orbis Pictus Play and the elaborate digital works of the Prix could not be more striking, even though both exhibitions are interactive.

Visitors to CyberArts 2012 can also visit the exhibition SINNESRAUSCH.

CyberArts 2012
until 6 October 2012
Daily except Mondays, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm

Sat. 1. September 2012

OK NIGHT

10 pm Electronic Theatre / OK Platz

Presentation of the award winning projects of Animation/Film/VFX Prix Ars Electronica.

10.30 - 11.30 pm Performances in the exhibition area

Tarik Barri (NL), Nehls Anselm Venezian (DE): #tweetscapes
(Award Of Distincition - Digital Musics & Sound Art)

Anke Eckardt (DE): BETWEEN | YOU | AND | ME
(Honorary Mention - Digital Musics & Sound Art)

Tom Verbruggen (NL): Crackle-canvas #1
(Honorary Mention - Digital Musics & Sound Art)

10.30 Concerts & party / OK Deck & Solaris

Curated bei Markus Reindl

Benoît and the Mandelbrots (Honorary Mention - Digital Musics & Sound Art)

Matthias Haenisch (Processed Tenor & Soprano Saxophones, Live Electronics, DE), Toma Ivanov (Guitars, Live Electronics, AT) & Roman Lugmayr (Drums, Live Electronics, AT)

SHASH RECORDS SHOWCASE: Dot (Read Write Music, SI), Stickz live, Valabaluza, Andaka, Lowa, Abby Lee Tee
Visuelle Gestaltung: Das Gegenlicht (Backlab)

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AWARD OF DIGITAL MUSICS & SOUND ART
Anselm Venezian Nehls /DE, Tarik Barri /NL
#tweetscapes- a HEAVYLISTENING experience

Converting all German Twitter messages into sounds and images, live and in real-time, #tweetscapes aims to add a sensual element to the rhythm of the online dialogue. It is an interactive audiovisual composition, an ever-changing and evolving experience - performed collectively by Germany‘s Twitter users.
Twitter becomes ambience, the user becomes part of the data stream. A wide range of data is taken into account during conversion, such as the topic of the message, from where it has been sent, how many people can read it and whether it is a reply or a forwarded message. For each possible topic (#hashtag), a unique sound is being generated, making it possible for the listener to follow the development of online discussions using only his ears.
You can influence the work by sending a tweet in German. Include a #hashtag to easily spot your message. More information on the algorithm and a 24/7 online version of the work can be found on
www.tweetscapes.de

HONORARY MENTION DIGITAL MUSICS & SOUND ART
Anke Eckardt /DE
BETWEEN | YOU | AND | ME

Physically modeling sound like a sculpture is the basic idea that inspired Anke Eckardt (DE). Between | You | And | Me is a wall of sound and light, where breaching the light membranes filled with fog unleashes sounds of broken glass.
www.ankeeckardt.org

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
Jun Fujiki /JP
Game Border

Game Border is a challenging game, in which players move through the history of video games. The player’s goal is not to successively reach higher and higher levels, but to skip through the “borders” between each of the worlds on the monitors lines up next to one another. It imparts the feeling of jumping from one game device to another and thus overcoming the boundaries of both hardware and perception.
www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Lv0xVPHQlec

HONORARY MENTION DIGITAL MUSICS & SOUND ART
Tom Verbruggen /NL
Crackle-canvas SEQ5

Crackle-canvas SEQ5 is what Tom Verbruggen (NL) calls a picture that produces sound. Each of his canvas-tableaux consists of a circuit board, loudspeakers, controller knobs, switches, wooden frames and a projection screen, and has a tonal character all its own. It can also be linked through a cable to other images and react to them. Tom Verbruggen will demonstrate what can be found in the Crackle-canvas in a performance (OK NIGHT 2.9., 11 pm), but the audience can also test it themselves.
http://toktek.org/Site/Crackle-canvas_1.html

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
Hörner/Antlfinger /DE
Dream Water Wonderland

Two nuclear industry facilities in Germany have come to epitomize the end of technological feasibility fantasies: the breeder reactor in Kalkar that never went into operation and the Asse II nuclear waste disposal site. Dream Water Wonderland, refers to that in translating the legacy of the nuclear industry into a dream world. While the record player with two Plexiglas cubes is set in motion through movement sensors, the video shows the facility in Kalkar, which has meanwhile been turned into an amusement park.
www.h—a.org

GOLDEN NICA COMPUTER ANIMATION / Film / VFX
Jeff Desom /LU
Rear Window Loop

The Golden Nica went to Rear Window Loop, a three-projector installation inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s frequently cited classic 1950s movie. The time-lapse video is based exclusively on original film material. It condenses Hitchcock’s masterpiece into twenty breathtaking minutes of footage meticulously edited and processed solely with After Effects and Photoshop.
www.jeffdesom.com

HONORARY MENTION INTERACTIVE ART
Ivan Cash /US, Andy Dao /US
Occupy George

This project was launched in conjunction with the Occupy Wall Street protests that began in New York City in 2011. Andy Dao and Ivan Cash made five infographics that indicate American economic disparity and stamped them on circulating one-dollar bills. As the Occupy Wall Street protests continued, the project spread via the Internet. In addition to the political context of currency hacking, this project provokes a reflection on the potential of money as a medium of exchange.
http://occupygeorge.com

GOLDEN NICA INTERACTIVE ART
Timo Toots /EE
Memopol-2

Timo Toots’ Memopol-2 installation impressively demonstrates what links among databanks mean for each and every one of us. After scanning a user’s ID, Memopol-2 combs Austrian and international databanks as well as the internet to harvest data about the user. This information is then displayed on a large screen to show all the stuff to be had out there. The dark, sciencefiction- like display and the title written in Cyrillic refer to George Orwell’s novel “1984”. The revealing of our personal data points out the explosiveness of the discussion about information privacy in times of the Internet.
www.timo.ee

AWARD INTERACTIVE ART
Markus Kayser /DE
Solar Sinter Project

In the desert, there’s a surfeit of (solar) energy and raw materials (sand). Markus Kayser (DE) combines natural energy and natural materials with clever, sophisticated production technology to turn out glass objects with a 3D printer.
www.markuskayser.com

AWARD INTERACTIVE ART
Isobel Knowles, Van Sowerwine with Matthew Gingold /AU
It‘s a jungle in here

Part psychodrama, part multimedia wonder, It’s a jungle in here is an astounding encounter with the fragile rules that are operative in the public sphere. The compact documentary version presented in the exhibitions shows a stop-motion animated film starring paper figures. The faces of two of the characters are those of the two viewers (photographed by webcam), who are thus inserted into three interactive narratives about atrociously antisocial behavior and aggression aboard a suburban train.
www.isobelandvan.com/jungle

Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN Residency Award
Julius von Bismarck /DE
Versuch unter Kreisen

Versuch unter Kreisen by Julius von Bismarck (DE), Collide@CERN award-winner, is a room-filling kinetic sculpture formed from four freely swinging hanging lamps. The large circular movements visualize elementary laws of physics – such as those of vibration and energy transfer – and playfully reveal the hidden forces of nature. As each of the lamps moves in its own rhythm, they sometimes swing together, which briefly results in consonance and harmony before they separate again. This is a playful investigation of the scientific striving for harmony and regularity in an otherwise chaotic nature. As a visible sign of this, the light bodies swing contemplatively, inviting everyone to lose themselves in their circles.
www.juliusvonbismarck.com/

HONORARY MENTION INTERACTIVE ART
RYBN /FR
ADM8

On May 6, 2010 at 2:40 PM, the Dow Jones Index fell 900 points in less than 20 minutes due to miscalculations by computerized high-volume trading funds. The loss due to the so-called “Flash Crash” is estimated to have been a trillion dollars, the transactions were subsequently annulled. To attack the forces of finance on the battlefield of their latest and most complex developments, RYBN.ORG constructed its own trading robot in the form of open-source software designed to speculate on the financial markets. This autonomous program place orders to buy and sell securities and predict imminent market movements.
http://rybn.org/ANTI/ADM8/

HONORARY MENTION INTERACTIVE ART
Eric Paulos /US
Energy Parasites

These handmade objects enable the user to tap small amounts of energy for his/her own use at various public places. With no further ado with respect to the origins or ownership of the energy thus obtained, these artifacts variously rechannel the extracted energy or store it for later use. Both malicious and useful, they call into question concepts of energy ownership. The Energy Parasites distributed in Linz and the OK are marked and the map and invite discovery.
www.energyparasites.net

HONORARY MENTION INTERACTIVE ART
Ivan Abreu /MX
Cross Coordinates (MX-US)

The fragile equilibrium on the Mexico-US border is the name of this demanding game for two players. The only way to win is via collaboration and seeking reconciliation with one’s opponent. Based on a real-life game, where players had to balance a spirit level, the game has been continued online. The balance values achieved in the game were converted into meters using special algorithms. The aim of surpassing the actual length of the US-Mexico border (3,169,000 m) with these “cooperation meters” was more than met with 15 million meters.
http://crosscoordinates.org/

AWARD HYBRID ART
Agnes Meyer-Brandis /DE
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Lunar Migration Bird Facility

The works by Agnes Meyer-Brandis (DE) always combine poetry and science. She takes up where “The Man in the Moon” (1603), Bishop Francis Godwin’s tale about a goose-powered lunar expedition, left off. She raised 11 of these big birds, named them after astronauts and established herself as crew chief. Then she trained them to fly, launched missions, and put them up in quarters modeled on the Moon itself just like the facility real astronauts use for training purposes. „THE MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Lunar Migration Bird Facility“, was commissioned by The Arts Catalyst and FACT. In Partnership with: Pollinaria.
„THE MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Lunar Migration Bird Facility“, was commissioned by The Arts Catalyst and FACT. In Partnership with: Pollinaria.
www.ffur.de/mga

HONORARY MENTION INTERACTIVE ART
Nova Jiang /NZ
Ideogenetic Machine

Visitors to this interactive installation become comic strip characters. An algorithm transforms a photographic portrait of the user into a stick figure. With the help of facial recognition software, empty speech bubbles are automatically applied. In accordance with a series of rules derived from the compositional decisions of a human cartoonist, the software generates stories with images by the artist. The success of Ideogenetic Machine is dependent upon the creative contribution of the audience. They are encouraged to perform in front of the camera and to complete the story by filling in the blank speech bubbles. Users can e-mail the finished comics as a PDF.
www.novajiang.com/installations/ideogenetic-machine

GOLDEN NICA HYBRID ART
Joe Davis /US with support of Tara Gianoulis, Ido Bachelet
bacterial radio

This year’s Golden Nica in the category “Hybrid Art” goes to Joe Davis, artist and researcher at the Department of Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, for his outstanding technical, poetic, and epistemologically grounded project: bacterial Radio. With this prize, the jury also honors this pioneer—whom the younger generation sees as the “éminence grise“ of biotechnological art forms—for his work over the past several decades. Through the central themes of his both humorous and cognitively challenging conceptual art, he has brought together such varied fields as, e.g., molecular biology, bioinformatics, laser technology, astronautics and telecommunication. bacterial Radio may be seen as a retro-futuristic manifesto. It is related to Davis’ earlier projects, which attempted to establish communication with extraterrestrial life via microorganisms. The exhibition shows a cross-section of Davis’ work, including numerous older works, some of which have only now been fully appreciated, such as Microvenos, Audiomicroscope, but also current projects, such as the pioneering construction means Polytractor, and a fascinating television portrait of the artist. bacterial Radio was initially produced with the support of Tara Gianoulis and Ido Bachelet at Harvard Medical School in Boston.
www.joedavis.co.uk

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
Prue Lang /AU
UN RESEAU TRANSLUCIDE

This 100% energy-independent stage play substantially rethinks conventional forms of theatrical production. Smart costumes make it possible to harvest, as it were, the energy generated by the dancers during the performance. To do so, the production employs devices to convert the kinetic energy of the dancers’ movements into electricity to run the sound system. The lighting is fed with current directly from a bicycle powered by the dancers themselves.
http://www.pruelang.com

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
Amor Munoz /MX
MAQUILA REGION 4

Maquila Región 4 (MR4) documents a mobile factory that migrates through Mexico’s most impoverished regions, hiring laborers at the US minimum wage ($7/hour as compared to 60 cents, the going rate south of the border). In MR4, they embroider electronic circuits with conductive thread and apply a code to it. When it’s decoded—for example, with a smartphone—a website detailing the production history pops up. It contains the worker’s name, the location and date of production, and how long it took.
www.amormunoz.net

AWARD HYBRID ART
Golan Levin /US, Shawn Sims /US
The Free Universal Construction Kit

Free Universal Construction Kit is a grassroots project that offers an assortment of adapters that make it possible to build stuff by combining pieces from 10 well-know construction kits (Lego, Fischertechnik, etc.) It’s thus an intentional provocation of toy manufacturers with their insistence on rights of use. The pieces can be downloaded free of charge from various internet file-sharing sites in the form of 3D models and produced at home using equipment like the Makerbot open-source 3D printer. The project can be seen as a humorous description of hacking the system and is an excellent example of media design at the same time.
http://fffff.at/free-universal-constrution-kit

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
Adam Brown /US
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter: Kazem Kashefi
The Great Work of the Metal Lover

Microorganisms solve the ancient dream of the alchemists and the classic problem of transmutation by producing crystalline 24-carat gold. This occurs by exposing them to high concentrations of toxic gold chloride in a bioreactor with reduced atmosphere (of carbon dioxide and hydrogen). This causes them to develop a biofilm that resembles the medieval Philosopher’s Stone in color. When the biofilm is heated up to the melting point of gold, tiny deposits of gold form. Here, instead of chemistry, biotechnology with unicellular organisms is used to produce the metal and the object of desire of scientific endeavors.
http://adamwbrown.net/projects-2/the-great-work-of-the-metal-lover/

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
Jalila Essaïdi /NL
2.6g 329m/s

The specifications 2.6g 329m/s refer to the weight and speed of a smallcaliber slug that a bullet-proof vest has to be able to withstand. Since organically produced spider silk is stronger than steel, bullets should bounce off of it too—provided it’s been woven correctly. Jalila Essaïdi (NL) artistically stages the questions of security and invulnerability and subjects this idea to trial by fire with a fabric that’s a blend of spider silk and human skin yielded by transgenic goats.
http://jalilaessaidi.com/2-6g-329ms

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
Peta Clancy /AU, Helen Pynor /AU
The Body is a Big Place

The Body is a Big Place is a large-scale work of bioart that employs video projections, a perfusion apparatus that provides blood to a heart while it’s outside the body, and an acoustically active water landscape to investigate the process of organ transplantation as well as transition in the grey area between life and death. These themes are addressed in the complex project with a performance with pigs’ hearts that have been kept alive and in cooperation with the Melbourne transplantation community (recipients and donors of organs in a water landscape).
www.thebodyisabigplace.com

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
ArtScienceBangalore /IN
Searching for the Ubiquitous Genetically Engineered Machine

In the field of synthetic biology, organic building blocks are used as abstractions or models for the production of standardized, functional living parts. Searching for the Ubiquitous Genetically Engineered Machine demonstrates a potential alternative application of organic building blocks—testing biodiversity in soil samples. Searching for the Ubiquitous Genetically Engineered Machine is a simple analysis tool for farmers, one with which they should be able to trace the presence of genetically-engineered organisms in the soil they are working.
http://artscienceblr.org

HONORARY MENTION HYBRID ART
Protei /UK
Protei

Protei, a fleet of sail-powered drones designed to fight pollution of the seas, is currently under construction. The production alliance’s mission is to develop an affordable open-source vehicle that can sail semi-autonomously against the wind and capture oil slicks being driven by the wind. It’s meant to be hurricane-proof, self-righting, inflatable, indestructible, low-priced and easy to set up so it can be deployed quickly in case of a crisis. The sailpowered drone hanging from the ceiling of the OK hall one floor above can be navigated across the crisis spots of the world.
www.protei.org


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CROSS COORDINATES: Ivan Abreu
CROSS COORDINATES: Ivan Abreu
ADM8: RYBN
ADM8: RYBN
ADM8: RYBN
ADM8: RYBN
ADM8: RYBN
ADM8: RYBN
SEARCHING FOR THE UBIQUITOUS GENETICALLY ENGINEERED MACHINE: ArtScienceBangalore
SEARCHING FOR THE UBIQUITOUS GENETICALLY ENGINEERED MACHINE: ArtScienceBangalore
SEARCHING FOR THE UBIQUITOUS GENETICALLY ENGINEERED MACHINE: ArtScienceBangalore
SEARCHING FOR THE UBIQUITOUS GENETICALLY ENGINEERED MACHINE: ArtScienceBangalore
VERSUCH UNTER KREISEN: Julius von Bismarck
VERSUCH UNTER KREISEN: Julius von Bismarck
VERSUCH UNTER KREISEN: Julius von Bismarck
VERSUCH UNTER KREISEN: Julius von Bismarck
THE GREAT WORK OF THE METAL LOVER: Adam Brown
THE GREAT WORK OF THE METAL LOVER: Adam Brown
THE GREAT WORK OF THE METAL LOVER: Adam Brown
THE GREAT WORK OF THE METAL LOVER: Adam Brown
OCCUPY GEORGE: Ivan Cash, Andy Dao
OCCUPY GEORGE: Ivan Cash, Andy Dao
OCCUPY GEORGE: Ivan Cash, Andy Dao
OCCUPY GEORGE: Ivan Cash, Andy Dao
OCCUPY GEORGE: Ivan Cash, Andy Dao
OCCUPY GEORGE: Ivan Cash, Andy Dao
THE BODY IS A BIG PLACE: Peta Clancy, Helen Pynor
THE BODY IS A BIG PLACE: Peta Clancy, Helen Pynor
THE BODY IS A BIG PLACE: Peta Clancy, Helen Pynor
THE BODY IS A BIG PLACE: Peta Clancy, Helen Pynor
THE BODY IS A BIG PLACE: Peta Clancy, Helen Pynor
THE BODY IS A BIG PLACE: Peta Clancy, Helen Pynor
BACTERIAL RADIO: Joe Davis
BACTERIAL RADIO: Joe Davis
BACTERIAL RADIO: Joe Davis
BACTERIAL RADIO: Joe Davis
BACTERIAL RADIO: Joe Davis
BACTERIAL RADIO: Joe Davis
BACTERIAL RADIO: Joe Davis
BACTERIAL RADIO: Joe Davis
REAR WINDOW LOOP: Jeff Desom
REAR WINDOW LOOP: Jeff Desom
REAR WINDOW LOOP: Jeff Desom
REAR WINDOW LOOP: Jeff Desom
2.6G 329M/S: Jalila Essaïdi
2.6G 329M/S: Jalila Essaïdi
GAME BORDER: Jun Fujiki
GAME BORDER: Jun Fujiki
GAME BORDER: Jun Fujiki
GAME BORDER: Jun Fujiki
DREAM WATER WONDERLAND: Hörner/Antifinger
DREAM WATER WONDERLAND: Hörner/Antifinger
DREAM WATER WONDERLAND: Hörner/Antifinger
DREAM WATER WONDERLAND: Hörner/Antifinger
DREAM WATER WONDERLAND: Hörner/Antifinger
DREAM WATER WONDERLAND: Hörner/Antifinger
IDEOGENETIC MACHINE: Nova Jiang
IDEOGENETIC MACHINE: Nova Jiang
IDEOGENETIC MACHINE: Nova Jiang
IDEOGENETIC MACHINE: Nova Jiang
SOLAR SINTER PROJECT: Markus Kayser
SOLAR SINTER PROJECT: Markus Kayser
SOLAR SINTER PROJECT: Markus Kayser
SOLAR SINTER PROJECT: Markus Kayser
IT’S A JUNGLE IN HERE: Isobel Knowles, Van Sowerwine, Matthew Gingold
IT’S A JUNGLE IN HERE: Isobel Knowles, Van Sowerwine, Matthew Gingold
IT’S A JUNGLE IN HERE: Isobel Knowles, Van Sowerwine, Matthew Gingold
IT’S A JUNGLE IN HERE: Isobel Knowles, Van Sowerwine, Matthew Gingold
UN RESEAU TRANSLUCIDE: Prue Lang
UN RESEAU TRANSLUCIDE: Prue Lang
UN RESEAU TRANSLUCIDE: Prue Lang
UN RESEAU TRANSLUCIDE: Prue Lang
THE FREE UNIVERSAL CONSTRUCTION KIT: Golan Levin, Shawn Sims
THE FREE UNIVERSAL CONSTRUCTION KIT: Golan Levin, Shawn Sims
THE FREE UNIVERSAL CONSTRUCTION KIT: Golan Levin, Shawn Sims
THE FREE UNIVERSAL CONSTRUCTION KIT: Golan Levin, Shawn Sims
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Agnes Meyer-Brandis
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Agnes Meyer-Brandis
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Agnes Meyer-Brandis
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Agnes Meyer-Brandis
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Agnes Meyer-Brandis
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Agnes Meyer-Brandis
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Agnes Meyer-Brandis
MOON GOOSE ANALOGUE: Agnes Meyer-Brandis
MAQUILA REGION 4: Amor Munoz
MAQUILA REGION 4: Amor Munoz
MAQUILA REGION 4: Amor Munoz
MAQUILA REGION 4: Amor Munoz
ENERGY PARASITES: Eric Paulos
ENERGY PARASITES: Eric Paulos
ENERGY PARASITES: Eric Paulos
ENERGY PARASITES: Eric Paulos
PROTEI: Protei
PROTEI: Protei
MEMOPOL-2: Timo Toots
MEMOPOL-2: Timo Toots
MEMOPOL-2: Timo Toots
MEMOPOL-2: Timo Toots
#TWEETSCAPES - A HEAVYLISTENING EXPERIENCE: Tarik Barri, Anselm Venezian Nehls
#TWEETSCAPES - A HEAVYLISTENING EXPERIENCE: Tarik Barri, Anselm Venezian Nehls
CRACKLE-Canvas #1: Tom Verbruggen
CRACKLE-Canvas #1: Tom Verbruggen
CRACKLE-Canvas #1: Tom Verbruggen
CRACKLE-Canvas #1: Tom Verbruggen