Category Archives: Art-non photographic


Dec 05 2011

While the “Undata” project is created and distributed digitally, I wanetd to explore ways to adapt it to some sort of analogue method. This led me to the creation of unobjects, that is objects that have been modified using analogue techniques, in this case coupons and supermarket receipts and bits of white sticky tape.



undata Nov 2011

Nov 15 2011

undata is a collection of web sites whose content has been modified, published for free electronically as a .pdf file. It is a reflection on the compiling, display and use of data in our times of information technology. Do we get what we need? Do we need what we get? How do we recognise censorship, witholding of information and misdirection from truth? Is it still possible? Does it matter? Do we care?
The sound files are the legally compulsary counterpoints to this visual data, as directed by anti discrimination laws. The usefulness of the information provided thus is on a par with whatever is contained in the written originals.
Of course, this is also poetry.
Issues will be launched at irregular intervals, depending on the amount of material I process. The Nov 2011 issue is available here

Issue 01 table of contents:

01—–Urdu porn (s)
03—– Steve Jobs obituary (s)
04—– List of Popes (s)
05—– FTSE (s)
06—– Lamb Biryani
07—– Weeks before death timeline
08—– British motorways jams (s)

Children must be supervised at all times

Jul 08 2011

Children must be supervised at all times

This sound installation consists of two computer speakers hung on the wall and connected to a mp3 player. The content of the sound file that is played looped is optionally on display on the wall too.

This sound installation is a reflection on information and the way it is distributed and consumed. The 10 minute soundtrack is a constant flow of commands, warnings and statements that one is confronted to every day. These phrases are sclerosed: they were born complete one day and never evolved. They are set pieces of information that are now devoid of sense and meaning, because of their very ubiquity and because of them being ceaselessly repeated. They are like stamps on a passport: they don’t say anything about the country you’re going to, they simply state that all necessary administrative task needed to go there have been completed. They are not here to inform us, but to make sure that whoever uses them can’t be sued. They are failsafe, not to the users, but to the purveyors.

The soundtrack is accompanied by a printed sheet containing all the phrases and words used, printed as one big, continuous, punctuation free block of text (the spoken phrases do not contain punctuation either). I encourage visitors to grab a sheet and read it. Hopefully, they will try and find the place in the text that is matching the spoken words, and therefore pay proper attention to the information delivered to them. My aim is to create a kind of game in which

the visitor interacts passively with the artwork. The fact that the sheet can be folded and taken home, and that the sound files are available on line, is an incentive to carry on playing outside the

gallery environment.

You can download it for free in pdf or mp3 formats. You can also purchase a signed and numbered CD with the files on, plus extra material (3 extra voices, notebook and game sheet, plus handwritlen notes), for a total of £20, postage included worldwide.