2003 PANSE

PANSE is an acronym and stands for Public Access Network Sound Engine. It’s a streaming audio program with a built-in tcp server. It’s meant to be an open platform for experimental interactive audio-visual netart and is open to all. So-called “modules” (clients) can be created using Flash, Java, Perl or whatever else you can think […]

2002 Looking for the New Universal Harmony

This is the next of my ‘web-based, multi-user audio-interface’ pieces. In this one, the user has less control over his own interaction with the work. Some factors of it are based on the users IP numbers. It’s interesting to note that the vast majority of users play around only with the sound and, it appears, […]

2002 Intercontinental Spontaneous Jam Session

With this project I’ve gotten back on track with my audio-visual abstraction work. What ISJS is is a single web based musical instrument that controls an image on the web as well. The instrument can be played by many at the same time and it’s somewhat akin to 10 people, playing simultaneously, on the same […]

2001 Choirpiece for Four Computers

This piece was basically an attempt at “humanizing” computers. In this piece I have five networked computers, one of which is the choir director and composer and the remainder forming the choir. The director is composing the music as he goes along but it’s not purely random. This choir has a sense of aesthetics, so […]

2000 Sunset

In this project I was focusing on coming up with something that relied first and foremost on the internet. The idea was to create a constant stream of live broadcasts of the setting sun by switching from one part of the globe to another at predetermined intervals. At the same time, each of the broadcasts […]

1999 Inside A-Minor

In this piece I invite the viewer to experience an a-minor chord as if it were a three dimensional object. The installation consists of a white room with a speaker mounted on three of the walls and a notestand, with an empty sheet of note paper, standing in the center. When the viewer approaches the […]