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Spit on iPad, reflecting light.

Spit on iPad, reflecting light.

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made this video for my track “Boot in die Nacht” while playing the computer game Bientót l´été - love the atmosphere

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"Etwas glauben" unreleased 

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I so need this gloves for my live show

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sunset at Baltic Sea - only 2.5 hours car drive away from Berlin

sunset at Baltic Sea - only 2.5 hours car drive away from Berlin

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Playing around with VJ software

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a live performance I saw at the Sonic Acts Festival 2013 in Amsterdam. 6 artists produced sound and visuals at the same time. That was possible through a so called “Synchronator”. This device translates 3 channels of audio input into the colour channels of an analogue video signal. This way, the Synchronator Orchestra creates a spectacle of synchronised audio and video noise.

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spent last weekend in Amsterdam at the Sonic Acts Festival 2013 and saw this amazing Installation by artist Matthijs Munnik: “As a window to a virtual world, “Citadels: Lightscape V” visualises an abstract universe composed only of light and sound that explores the borders of our sensory hardware. While the eye tries to make sense of the sensory overload, a dazzling display of highly detailed patterns and colour combinations is formed in the retina and fed to the brain: the curious phenomena you see are created by the eye itself, induced by the flickering lights. The effect is impossible to capture on video or in text; it can only be experienced in real life.” I tried to take a photo of myself but the camera literally went crazy in the attempt of focusing on sth that can´t be grasped. It was truely one of the most trippy experiences I ever had. If you get the chance to see his work somewhere go for it

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saw this photograph of Mike Kelly in the new Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. The photo is part of a series of self-portraits in which the artist stuck cotton balls in the openings of his head. 
from: Mike Kelley: Photographs: "A number of self-portraits from 1987 mimic 19th century spirit photography, and depict Kelley emitting cotton ball "ectoplasm" from his head."

saw this photograph of Mike Kelly in the new Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. The photo is part of a series of self-portraits in which the artist stuck cotton balls in the openings of his head.

from: Mike Kelley: Photographs:
"A number of self-portraits from 1987 mimic 19th century spirit photography, and depict Kelley emitting cotton ball "ectoplasm" from his head."

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"Mike Kelley," 2007-2008. Computer video installation

"Mike Kelley," 2007-2008. Computer video installation