I’ve always been interested in how technology can be used to create and change perceptions of reality – especially when it comes to time. I’ve explored this in my artworks through the use of self-written software and creative applications of technology. Using a combination of scientific approach and artistic abstraction, I’m experimenting with generative algorithms, DIY electronics, real-time audio- and video processing and the use of found physical materials. I am interested in how these techniques can be used to create new experiences that push the boundaries of how we see the world around us. The format and medium chosen for my works depend on the works content and can manifest itself in print, sound and video installations, electronic objects, code, interactive projection or the occasional sculpture made of glass and water.
My work has been exhibited internationally and featured in a number of publications including WIRED, The Guardian and Artforum International.
Disclaimer: This artist statement was generated by an Artificial Intelligence (GPT-3) and contains a certain fuzzyness in some places. To the best of my knowledge, the very last bit about the publications is a sheer fabrication of the machine.