An audiovisual exposition Dance/Circus Company Panama Pictures is inspired by the mystery of time. The kick-off is ‘The Future is not what it used to be/Part One’, an audiovisual installation that translates the theme into video and soundtrack and immerses you in a new universe. Everything is constantly in motion. Nothing ever stays the same, even
Filming and editing the trailer for Jens van Daeles’ ‘Nachthexen I’ With ‘NightHexen I’ starts a cycle about heroines throughout world history. This creation is based on the Russian night bomb regiment Taman. During the Second World War, this regiment consisted entirely of women, from pilots to technicians. With light gliders they successfully bombarded the German positions.
Trailer for the Geneva based music ensemble ‘Ensemble Batida’, to promote their show ‘Double Face’.
Shirine Moerkerken Strange I Strategy and Change wrote ‘Hoe ik verander’ (‘How I Change’) A book about her profession: intervention science. Each chapter focusses on a specific part of her approach. Onze Ouders (Our Parents) constitutes of eight short films depicting the essence of each chapter. Hoofdstuk 1 Contracteren en hercontracteren Chapter 1 Contract and re-contract Hoofdstuk 2 Vertragen
Trailer Registration ‘Making-off’ video for the dance performance ‘ALPHA – De Nieuwe Wildernis’ van Pia Meuthen.
Short Movie ‘Bonkers’ Screening @ TENT Rotterdam 2011
The short film ‘STRANGE MOVIE’ was made in commission for Shirine Moerkerken, STRANGE BV Strange | Strategy and Change. Boris van Hoof and I were asked to create a short film that would portray the essence of Shirine’s work in an abstract way: People do not always organise what they intend to. Strange helps to recognise
In this work I made video/visuals and pictures for the Performance ‘Stardust’ by Choreographer Piet Rogie. About ‘Stardust’: When do we belong to ourselves and when do we belong to bodies, to the society? Is our body a messenger and do we have a say in the message? Do we only follow protocols or do we also have
Battre le Fer, a dance performance by Jens van Daele, is a duel danced by two women. It’s about paralleling similar powers and personalities. About stubbornness and blind battle. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, in an accelerating physical combat. No one listens, they simply lash out, in a mini world of
‘About Lucian’ is a dance performance by choreographer Jens van Daele, a tribute to the British painter Lucian Freud (1922-2011). For this work I created six videos of 1 minute in which the dancers are filmed unmoving, captured in Freuds paintings, while the cameras perspective is slightly changing.