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Born 1976. Audiovisual artist, part of digital art collective [[goto10]]. She studied Sound and Image at the Royal Conservatory in the [[The Hague]], specializing in abstract compositional computer games, HCI and crashing computers. Her work consists of performances and installations. She builds her own digital instruments in which sound and image are of equal importance, created simultaneously, influencing and distorting each other. Currently she is collaborating with French artist [[Aymeric Mansoux]] on Metabiosis, a project investigating the ups and downs of data packets living in a world of connected ecosystems. Marloes is part of the Digital Research Unit at the University of Huddersfield.
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Born 1976. Artist and writer. She studied Sound and Image at the Royal Conservatory in the [[The Hague]], specializing in abstract compositional computer games, HCI and crashing computers. As part of the [[GOTO10]] collective, from 2005 to 2010, she produced the [[chmod +x art]] festival, and co-produced [[make art]] 2007 and 2009. Her work consists of installations and software art. She exhibited work internationally and has led many workshops on Free/Libre/Open Source Software for artistic creation. She is editor of the Digital Artists' Handbook (2009) and the publication FLOSS + Art (Mute Publishing, 2008).
  
  
 
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Revision as of 09:43, 22 September 2011

Born 1976. Artist and writer. She studied Sound and Image at the Royal Conservatory in the The Hague, specializing in abstract compositional computer games, HCI and crashing computers. As part of the GOTO10 collective, from 2005 to 2010, she produced the chmod +x art festival, and co-produced make art 2007 and 2009. Her work consists of installations and software art. She exhibited work internationally and has led many workshops on Free/Libre/Open Source Software for artistic creation. She is editor of the Digital Artists' Handbook (2009) and the publication FLOSS + Art (Mute Publishing, 2008).


http://no.systmz.goto10.org