Glow 2016


Original Compositions

Original Foley and Sound Design

Auditory Installation Concept and Programming


Glow Festival 2016 (Eindhoven, NL)



November 2016

For the 2016 Glow route I created sound designs for three unique installations along the route at the campus of the Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe). Each of the installations had a different location and acoustic quality to them which led to three extremely different sounddesignes.

‘Unbuilt’ is a project by Maisa van Genderen and Jurre van Kuijk, two architecture students. Their installation was located on the second floor of Vertigo, the architecture faculty building. The soundscape I created was a composition of sounds recorded in the Vertigo workshop and working spaces, i.e. sanding wood, sawing, drawing and printing.

‘Influx’ is a research project enclosed in an interactive audiovisual installation by Sam van Gaal, Bastiaan van Hout, Bert Maas, Jasper Meeusen, Daan Meister, David van Gelder de Neufville, Tom van Rooij and supervised by Antal Haans, Alessandro Corbetta, Federico Toschi and Studio Philip Ross. Located in the Markthal next to Metaforum at the TUe campus, this installation provided me with very interesting auditory reflection possibilities with a lot of reflective surfaces. The soundscape I created for this project was a soothing drone that played in the background, however by implementing sample delay’s on the left side outputs, interesting spatial effects could be created.

‘A.R.T.’ is an installation by Indre Kalinauskaite, Randi Nuij, Philip Ross and myself. This installation focussed on restoring people’s attention through highlighting the nature surrounding the Glow route. The soundscapes I made for this installation are quite complex and consist out of various layers of synthesized wind noise models and recorded drone layers, all displayed over a 16 channel, 16 speaker output system.


Pictures by Bart van Overbeeke


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