In 2005 I graduated from the Piet Zwart Institute with a project called As we speak. It is a work based on programming and presented systems of response in realtime situations. My research focussed on the program of traditional knowledge sharing and the relation between the analog and the digital.
It was the particular program of the lecture I wanted to examine, test, and undermine. I was interested in the possibility of programming a gathering of people. For this experiment I wrote performative texts and performed them with different people. At the final show I presented my research in a performance with the computer and designed a physical input/output system for processing text.