My new work Kill Your Darlings is finished.
The work is co-produced by the Oddstream Festival
Kill Your Darlings shows the transformation of our teenagers as beautiful little darlings into cruel little devils.
The installation is also available in English.
Life Needs Internet has won a European Youth Award!
"12 projects coming from 8 European Countries have been selected by the EYA GRAND JURY 2012 as the best ones using ICTs to take action on the UN MDGs!"
Museum of Communication – The Hague
7 October 2012 – June 2013
‘Seriously, my life is in my laptop’
In Life Needs Internet digital media artist Jeroen van Loon researches the influence of Internet on our daily lives. He travelled from the hypermodern Singapore to the jungle of West-Papua, created video portraits from local people and asked them to handwrite him a letter on what internet means for them. Besides exhibiting the video-installation that shows a selection of these portraits and letters it’s also possible to become part of the project.
Where: Museum voor Communicatie, Zeestraat 82, The Hague Haag
When: 7 october 2012 – june 2013,
opening (free): sunday 7 october, 14:30 – 16:30
For more information visit www.muscom.nl
21-06-2012 / TEDxTalentSearch talk
I was selected to speak during the TEDxAmsterdam event in order to compete for the worldwide TED2013 Talent Search. On wednesday the 20th of june the event toke place in Boom Chicago in Amsterdam. It was an amazing event with 21 talented speakers.
You can vote here so that I could be selected to be part of the TED2013 event in L.A.