“Masters of Media WordPress Theme,” UvA Mediastudies, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, October 2007.
“Tape Mixer,” a music video mash-up linking Last.fm recommendations to Youtube clips, also providing pictures, lyrics, biographies, and web shop integration, 2007 – 2012.
“This is what we write, this is what we read; this is how we deal with information today.” The Orakelmachine (Oracle Machine) was an interactive installation by Jeroen Joosse devised for the façade of De Balie, a cultural centre at one of the main squares in Amsterdam. It displayed a continuous stream of statements and opinions […]
“Interactive Geographical Visualization of the NISEnet Network,” (with Informationlab), sql/xml/google maps/dhtml/css/ajax, Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network, San Fransisco, US, June 2007.
“Whatever Button,” (with Michael Stevenson), changes Firefox form buttons like ‘I agree’ in Whatever, April 2007.
… exploring corrective info-culture regimes and censorship circumvention … In general, a search engine is presented as an objective tool, although it is its underlying code which defines the possible outcomes. An integral part of a search engine is the spelling control which suggests alternative words if it suspects that you have misspelled your search terms, […]
(with mediamatic.net), interactive RFID installation querying Google about person information and visualizing it through a projection on a table surface, Picnic07, Amsterdam, September 2007. On September 25th – 29th, the cross media week picnic07 took place in Amsterdam. I was invited by Mediamatic to participate in a RFID hacking workshop. The goal was clear: put […]