FASKN is proud to present their first joint venture 'a-pysical network' as part of the the wrong biennale 2019 at De Krook in Ghent, Belgium.For more information, questions or ideas please email email@example.com. Open Source – Download the code for 'a-physical network' here.
Generating text by recursively replacing words with their respective definitions. Results make it easy to compare different sources of definitions (Merriam-Webster, Google, dictionary.com).
Scrolls, likes and reads randomly in your facebook wall, to confuse facebook profiling algorithms. Gives users the option to behave randomly within the facebook ecosystem. Download the extension here
A machine that draws random shapes on a roll of paper. Drawings get classified by an object recognition algorithm using mobilenet. See the machine in action here
My bird can pull levers to play samples. Sometimes I stream him live as a radio show.
Visit websites you don't like. A lot. As long as freedom of speech is not a universal right, censorship should be, I guess.
You shall know a word by the company it keeps (Firth, J. R. 1957). An interface for navigating through big texts. Very buggy at the moment.
A vizualizer written in processing that uses midi-files as source. Uses Claude Debussy's "Pour remercier la pluie au matin" as source.
Antipedia is a web-based, free-content encyclopedia that is based on rejected or irrelevant wikipedia content. Antipedia scans wikipedia revision history on content that was added but deleted in a next revision. This page hopes to give an alternative to the usual approach of defining words through saying what it should mean.
A timelapse created by using the sun's movement, some mirrors and some lenses. The installation captures the moving sun throughout a day and results in an abstract video.
I had the chance to be part of this radio project. Radio roeien met riemen is a non-hierarchical, decentralized and inclusive radio station where everything can be broadcast. A 24/7 sound extension from the heads of its makers, into the heads of its listeners.
Mixes multiple video's into one montage. The montage is generated based on key events in the source files. The program makes a montage using different video and audio files and regenerates a new timeline.
Zhuzi baijia is an experiment. The site collects political messages from belgian politicians. Using markov chains users can generate new sentences from the collected text. Users can vote on other users generated messages, the ones with the most votes get tweeted out.