Antenna ‘Quiet fx’
(ukrainian soft house album)

Cindy ’I’m Cindy’ 
(italo shoegaze album)

Palmbomen II
(new age film compositions)


Betonkust
(electronic goth pop album)


Innershades
(belgian dark wave album)


Mark


The video’s for ‘Quiet fx’ were inspired by footage that I found on a website where you can watch security cameras from all over the world. I liked the calm, mysterious images and the feeling of suddenly being part of places and events. They felt similar to early 3D computer-game worlds, that seem to exist on their own. I also liked the stiffness and cold, alien feel of cutscenes from games like Omicron, Tomb Raider and Japanese RPGs.

Me and Kai Hugo created a series of videos featuring “myself”, that takes place in a hypothetical 3D Eastern-European country. There is no specific plot and most things happen in-between. We wanted to make computer graphics which are soft, quiet and frozen. The videos became a bit autobiographical and came to include some of the thoughts and questions I had at the time.

See the full ‘Quiet fx’ video album on this YouTube playlist.


After watching security camera images of a random shore at night, I recorded this song. When making this video we tried to recreate the vibe of that security cam footage.


I am exploring the unknown and new territories which are exciting and interesting but also a bit scary. The quest takes place in a young East-European democratic county.


Lost tv broadcast of a television talkshow featuring two politicians discussing the turbulent situation and disappointing statistics in their country.


Footage of me doing a live performance, which turns into delirious self-absorption. Inspired by the teleportation scene from Omicron.


A place where you can feel safe.


Life is full and interesting in the forgotten industrial areas at night.


Strange, deserted and isolated; now the politician will always stay here. In a David Lynch's black lodge-like place.


Someday I will leave this room


Mark