Nick Verstand (1984) is a contemporary artist exploring how science and technology affect human perception and consciousness. His large-scale immersive art installations -spatial compositions of visuals, light and sound- transform human behavior into hypnotic environments. Co-creations of the artist, object, and audience, Nick’s intuitive surroundings trigger exploration and interaction. They form sensory experiences that reach the audience’s subconscious mind. His work has acquired recognition from renowned institutions like the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Creators Project, Van Gogh Museum, V&A and many more.
Pandelis Diamantides |1978| is a sound and visual artist based in Amsterdam. In his music productions and audiovisual performances, he uses custom digital technology to create complex binary landscapes, where detailed sound compositions and electronic rhythms are enhanced by multifaceted visuals providing a true immersive experience. He performs solo under the pseudonym Microseq. Through a series of collaborations with, among others, choreographer Lia Haraki and installation artists Matthias Oostrik and Nick Verstand he has composed and performed music for contemporary dance and interactive installations. His work is presented at international festivals and venues including FIBER Festival[NL], Mirage Festival[FR], Venice Biennale[IT], Loop Festival[CY], South By Southwest Festival [USA] and many more.