Leuchten is a series of colour pencil drawings.
http://curlybracket.org is a website that presents my photographic work.
100ex is a project which, every now and then, prints 100 copies of an image chosen or made by an artist, to a post card and distributes this for free.
On Michael Barthel‘s latest sound and poetry work, published as cassette at Clandestine Compositions and titled “Uneins”, you can hear my voice on several duets, all composed by Michael.
Here is a useless script I wrote which converts webpage images into pseudo 3D images, using the old anaglyph-3D print technology which was invented by Wilhelm Rollmann in Leipzig. It consists in overlaying two stereo images, one using only the cyan channel, the other one using only the red channel.
A drawing of mine has been published in Amer n° 7. This issue talks about things related to eating.
Aufnahme (Ausschnitt) über Westpakete, empfangen über illegale Wege und durch grenzüberschreitende Kommunikationen.
For Amer Hors Série Enfants I’ve translated “Das Blinkende Ding” by Hanns Heinz Ewers, a fairy tale of an intrigued old man in between two wars.
Texte écrit en 2009 pour Playtime, Bétonsalon, Paris.
My drawing for Amer N° 2, illustrating the text «Heavy Petting», in its french translation called «Amour bestial» by the australian philosopher and defender of animal liberation Peter Singer has been published by our friends Les Âmes d’Atala.
Here is an interview I made with hardware hacker Fabienne Serrière in 2005 about women and technology, and more specifically about hardware hacking. [french]
Sometimes, culture needs translation.
Berlin “010502” is a selection of sounds recorded between April 31st and May 1st, 2002, in the Kreuzberg district of Berlin. These recordings aimed to capture the festive yet agressive environment of this media frenzied event. They function as sound photographs of a moment captured amidst the chaos of the 1st of May in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
I made this video together with Aline Girard at the 3rd Cyberfeminist International in Hamburg, Germany, in 2001. Part of it was published in the online arts magazine Synesthesie.