December 31st, 2012

Filed under: VJ, commercial — dirty @ 11:59 pm

The guys from KBK invited me to visualize this event for them in the Amsterdam Convention Factory.
For new year’s eve ledlease patted down a really high and narrow screen for me. Maybe the first time
i worked with a size like this. One of the main advantages of LED is that you can really change the
look of the room and the visuals by changing the screen…making it high or long…just what you want.

With some A/V starters and intro’s…a different screen setup and it being NYE it had all the ingredients
for a fun night for me. HEDKANDI artwork is always fun to play with, it’s fun to work with such a strong
brand in dance music with such recognizable style.



December 24th, 2012

Filed under: VJ — dirty @ 11:00 pm

The 22nd another chance to rock zeeland at Groove2chill with a multi screen setup.
Homework was great…dirty groovy techno with lots of sub. Thanks Louk!
24th is traditionally PRSPCT eve…while i was hosting Yours Truly in my old
homebase (off)corso, Joris and Marcel were pumping their visuals into the
minds of unsuspecting prspct visitors. For this show i had a great 8mm LED
mapping prepared which was an awesome treat. High res LED rocks!
A nice way to start christmas people!


December 17th, 2012

Filed under: art, misc., exhibitions — dirty @ 12:00 pm


Art foundation “on the sand” invited Daniël and me to go to Istanbul for this art project. We were
asked to study traditional Delft blue and produce our own (traditional) view on this well known Dutch
tradition on big round stones in front of the opera house in Kadiköy, Istanbul. Also we were asked to
art direct the dutch side project and technically advise on the whole. The team consisted of the on
the sand team, a Turkish host crew, 16 Turkish artists and 5 Dutch artists. In total we painted 49 stones.

The whole project was organized to celebrate 400 years of trade relations between our countries and the
common ancestry of İznik and delft blue that both descend from traditional Ming Chinese porcelain.

Finishing this many stones was a huge feat considering the short production time, the harsh weather,
technical difficulties and constant traffic by trucks, trams and hordes of pedestrians. Everybody was
extremely happy with the final result and the project was opened as a permanent exhibition by the
Dutch Cultural Attache in Istanbul: Daniel Stork and the mayor of Kadiköy.

You can check out more on this great project on

post VJing@MOH BASEL

December 8th, 2012

Filed under: VJ — dirty @ 10:00 pm


Eyesupply asked me to VJ at this event for them in Switzerland. I’ve done Masters
of hardcore shows for them for some years now, but now also the foreign MOH
shows are growing up, this time they had a really decent LED setup up in the
st. Jakobshalle and the mapping went smooth as a baby’s butt. That’s just amazing
when that happens and it motivated me to go all out on this 10 hour show.
It’s really a lot of fun to have a “show”, that big, that it dominates a whole sports arena!

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