Red Light Radio is an independent Internet Radio Station based in the Red Light District in Amsterdam, broadcasting from a former prostitution window.
They need your support to keep making awesome radio shows like these.
You can donate here. Go!
Aux Raus is a band from Amsterdam. They mix electronics and guitar and an energetic crazy performance into a naive and original sound. “Grunge-Rave”…
Their new album “All Creeping Things Stopped Creeping” is out now with my hot doom .com on the cover.
You can listen to the album here.
Below is a video I made for them a few years ago. It’s the only music video I’ve done (so far):
Culture blog It’s Nice That asked me to take a picture of my bookshelf and write a bit about my five favorite books. You can read it all here.
And yes, that’s my Kindle at Ipanema beach in Rio. It is an awesome machine, lighter than most books, I hiiiiighly recommend it. I’ll write a Kindle post soon.
Today many of my websites will be broadcasted for 24 hours on Art TV station Ikono. Their motto is “Television becomes beautiful”. Artworks are shown without any extra information, just the titles and the works themselves. It is an exhibition space in the form of a TV channel. You can see Ikono in these channels: ARABSAT (22 Arab countries), Etisalat channel 484 (UAE) & du channel 410 (Dubai).
New piece! carnal fury .com (turn sound up)
Happening right now, The Nova Festival in Rio is Organized by Rojo magazine and includes a huge variety of contemporary culture. Above is a photo taken by Gabriel Paranagua of a group performance I did at Fundação Casa França-Brasil together with Rosa Menkman, Jeffers Egan, Isan, Evan Voytas and Elen.
Thank you everyone!
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Youtube user Pablosuam made a cool Finger Battle video, including Rocky theme :)
Sarah Curtis asks: How do you want to be remembered? :)
Hi Sarah, thank you for your question.
As hard as it is, I try not to think about what others think of me. I’ve been called an asshole many many times and I never liked it. I don’t think it’s very productive for me to worry about what others think of me, so I try not to. But I do worry, I do think about how I’m perceived. Am I fun to be around? Is my work interesting? Do I look OK?
However, I can honestly tell you,
I do not care at all how I’m remembered after I die.
I will not be there, it won’t affect me.
Just Quist asks: What do you consider the right size and resolution to view your digital work?
Hello Just, thank you for your question.
Some people are sensitive to words, others to music.
Some people like small screens, some people like museum scale projections.
There is no right size for my work. The point of making websites is to create flexible entities that adapt to very different contexts. Different screens, different sizes, different aspect ratios, different social climates. My websites are scalable, they are resolution independent and the compositions adapt themselves to any screen. There is no control. Ideally the works are everywhere, for anyone, at any time.