Demon On/Off

Demon On/off is a temporary installation in public space that was installed on the Sainctelette bridge, between Brussels center and Molenbeek. It re-appropriates a technical glitch in the lighting of the sculptural features of the bridge and was visible every night between july 2014 and november 2015. Since then, timing has become irregular. You might see it, you might not, don’t count on it.



Scripted video, 7 mins., 2013

Delhaize is a short scripted video about me going to the supermarket while being very hungry. I equiped myself with small key-chain camera’s, that filmed from the perspective of my hands, feet, my bicycle pedals ..



STARE is a video that consists entirely of visuals captured from wireless surveillance camera’s in Brussels. Made in 2010, in collaboration with the Human Rights League (LDH)


Barca high speed

Super 8, Black and white stop motion, 2008

One of those things you do while in a city when you have a Canon 1014 xls super 8 camera: you use its great interval options. This basically is a series of photographs mixed with moving images and time lapse fragments.
During this afternoon walk through Barcelona a strange gathering of situations exposed themselves in front of the lens: a bird singing contest, heavy cigar smoking, truck drag racing …

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Rooms Roles Rules


3 channel video installation, 3 x 12 m, 2007

A school is moving house. The way the students deal with each other, their daily routines change accordingly.
Rooms Roles Rules is a collaborative film made with students and tutors from the International School the Hague, and was commissioned by arts center Stroom, Den Haag.


Lemons Fall

Super 8 / 2.30 minutes / colour / stereo / no dialogue / 2005

Siesta time. A dog barking. Deserted modernist outskirts of Mallorcan city Andratx. Asphalt roads steam under a scorching sun. A man walks down the pavement carrying bags with lemons.

City Apt Mom


16 mm / 4.30 minutes / B+W / stereo / no dialogue / production: de Filmwerkplaats / 2003

A women enclosed in her apartment, coming to terms with her place in the world. Experimental narrative incorporating notions of silent film, repetitive acts of housekeeping and grey city skies.


DV / 1 minute / 2001 / stereo / no dialogue

A nervous visual trip through my apartment. Personal images meet members of the IKEA family.

This video won a ‘one minute video’ award in 2001 .. or was it 2010 :-/ ?…one-minutes-award-winners-Homeboy-Peter-Westenberg

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Privateers of death


Betacam / 4 minutes / 2001 / stereo / English spoken

A found footage film glueing together the global rhetoric CNN video report Desert Storm; the victory and scene’s from a german 8mm print of seventies pirate movie Freibeuter des Todes. Starring George Bush senior, Michael Caine, Peter Arnett and Sadam Hussein.

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May Way


DV/ 16 minutes / 2001 / stereo / Dutch spoken

A road movie full of nostalgia and desire. The voice over reads excerpts from travel reports that my grandfather wrote in the seventies. The photo’s in the film were taken by my father between 1963 and 1997. He used to show them to the family as slideshows, a performative memory game of sequence recognition and retelling the story of the places and circumstances that the images depict. This selection was digitised by filming a projection: they are not stills, but moving images; aged and rimpled, scratched, and degraded by being used over a long period of time.

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Bij ons in de Familie / Family affairs


DV / 35 minutes / 2002 / stereo / dutch spoken, in collaboration with Kirsten Leenaars

In this documentary neighbours living in the same flat building in the city of Vlaardingen, Holland, show their photo albums, talk about pictures of their family members, and how they ended up living in Vlaardingen. For some of them this has been a deliberate choice, especially after the second world war there were jobs and opportunities here. In more recent years the city places refugees, students and people with low incomes in this block, which sometimes lead to uncomfortable situations between people living next door from each other. But whether they are revolutionary Syrian Kurd, retired Rotterdam shoe dealer or feminist ex hippy, all of them have images of friends family and loved ones that they warm heartedly discuss.

This collaborative video was shot during the project Uit+Thuis Video magazijn (Home+Away video stock), a public video workplace that I ran between 2001 and 2004.


I am the director


DV / 18 minutes / 2001 / stereo / english spoken

Short talking head documentary featuring a Vietnam veteran who’s personal history mix with iconic American historic moments. A disturbed narrative mixing fiction, facts, convictions, paranoia, the death of young rockstars and conspiracy theories.


Ga in / Go in


Hi8 / 14 minutes / 2000 / stereo / no dialogue

Video portrait of the Marconiplein square in Rotterdam, shot from the single view point of an apartment, juxtaposing indoor private and outdoor public scenes.