THE IPHÖNE ART COLLECTION was a project that basically started in 2010 when I got hold of a first iPhone that I saved from the toilet. The most interesting glitched and pocket photos and films I kept for a long time before knowing what to do with it. Than this idea came up of an exhibition showing also the various ways in which digital art can be presented and sold. The venue was WEP Project Space in Groningen, 1st & 2nd May 2019. The interior design was created to achieve the Apple Store feeling.

EUROPEAN CRAP was a performance together with friend and colleague Florent Poussineau at the art academy of Besançon ISBA on the occasion of their 10th Performance Festival. It's all about baking and eating pancakes in a European context presented on a printed poem of mine. April 2019.

PORTRAIT DE L'ARTISTE (EN HOMME VEILLISSANT) was performed at the 10th ISBA performance festival in Besançon in 2019. It was a bit of a shock to find out I've forgotten a cable so I had to do a re-enactment at SIGN project space in Groningen. In the end it resulted in a nice work of documentation.

PLACE DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE In the Wildbeaming project of Sign, Groningen, Netherlands (October 2006)I tried to put up a virtual reality byprojecting footage of the Place de la Republique in Saint-Etienne, France on a smoke screen on the Grote Markt in Groningen. The smoke 'bombs' I made myself and the action itself was illegal but the police didn't intervene. Next time I have to produce more smoke.

In the same wildbeaming project I did the piece IT NEVER RAINS ON GOOGLE EARTH. Wardriving (invading not-secured networks) I zoomed in on the spot where I was on Google Earth, downloading Google Earth from the available network. This was combined with the projection of randomised (Resolume software) texts being (from top to bottom) Movement is a virtual irreality, It never rains on Google Earth, Please make some noise and The world is flat.

WAVES, a soundinstallation with twelve marinephones on Texel, Holland August 2000. Seventeen artists were invited to make work for a beach cabin and I was one of them. The marinephones displayed live transmitted communication on sea and in harbours close around (23 available channels). The cabin (2 by 2 mtrs) was made pitchdark and I constructed a lifted floor that gave the impression you were actually standing on a ship.