Noralie creates multidisciplinary experiences in which video plays a major role. She is best known for art direction, content creation, live video mixing, and animation. She calls herself a video remixer and creates video sculptures and assemblages with an analogue touch. Noralie explores the boundaries and possibilities of the white projection screen. She tries to approach the flat white screen as an object and not as a coincidental canvas that serves as a carrier of her videos. For example, she plays with the frames within the rectangle by positioning the ‘visuals’; she uses transparent projection surfaces, adds frames or vignettes around the canvas, or uses video mapping.
Thijs Rijkers wants to surprise people and give them understanding. His work revolves around providing insight into processes. It needs no explanation; it speaks for itself. During this process, the viewer is triggered to enjoy the beauty of a machine. Rijkers is an interpreter for the language of the machine. His goal is to realise everything that is on his mind. Through his fascination with and knowledge of mechanical engineering and electronics, he is able to realise conceptual machines in drawings and/or in physical form. His signature is currently evolving and growing more refined by experience, time, and access to a great variety of tools and equipment.