COLLABS &
RESEARCH

Design (and beyond) collaborations projects.

VIDEO PRODUCTION
VISUAL
RESEARCH
EDITORIAL DESIGN

EDITING / VIDEO / EDITORIAL  


CLIENTS 
ONOMATOPEE / MAX FRIMOUT 

CREDITS 
TEA FERRARI / NKOLETTA CSILLAG / KEES KLUSKENS / MODULASER / MAX FRIMOUT / JOSH PLOUGH

Projects exploring technology and digital media through design practice.

MASS 

Production and Editing 



MASS is a video production and editing project whose focus is creating and recording visual shows in original local venues for talented Djs. This project combines video production, editing and visual creation with live music and laser shows in order to deliver a unique product to the audience. 
With an approach that mixes on-set live laser projections with post-production visuals, the result is an immersive journey around techno music with 1h of unpredictable visuals combinations. The first set recorded by MASS is online: watch it on YouTube.


2021 / Video editing and design by MASS Productions. Filmed and directed at Koelhuis (Eindhoven, NL).


THE MUTALIST   

Music Album Booklet

This book serves to provide complementary visual art and poetry to The Mutalist, an ambient music project directed and produced by Max Frimout, a musician from Eindhoven (NL), with a background in engineering physics.

His methods for music production include the use of analog modular synthesis, field recording, composing with algorithms, digital processing of acoustical instruments and more.

2020 / Digitally printed booklet. Project developed independently by Max Frimout.
Pictures by Nihal Goel, Thom van Alebeek, Stefan van Gijsel, Koen Reerink.



HOW A CITY LISTENS 

Onomatopee Footnotes
Eindhoven Footnotes is a year long project that means to engage and disseminate research related to the presence of technology in our smart city. This zine Is the last of five publications exploring what It means to live in a city of the future. The topics covered while local, tie into the wider global debate surrounding big data and citizenship.
In this edition sound is used to understand the presence of microphones in our streets. Two case studies have been used to demonstrate the difference between amplification and capture in public space. Where do we collectively stand when our voices are seized and uploaded to the network?
2019 / Risoprinted zine, 2 colors. Printed, published and distributed at Onomatopee (Eindhoven, NL).  

2021 | TEA FERRARI ©