To do this, he makes use of his SenSorSuit, literally a suit fitted with sensors, which enables him to control the advanced options offered by SenS in real time, using his body movements. Eboman also uses SenS to produce experimental audio-visual sample compositions. The general public is invited to get involved in this process through the website www.wikivideo.info where everyone can help Eboman collect interesting video samples. Eboman plays the resulting compositions as DVJ in clubs and at festivals in an explosive, danceable new mix.
The collective name for all of Eboman’s work is Sample madnesS. Eboman has been professionally active since 1995, and since then has built up an international reputation as a pioneer in the areas of video sampling and real-time video manipulation. His work has brought him a wide range of awards, including the BV Pop Prijs, the NPS Cultuurprijs, the Edison/Silver Harp, various Dance Awards, two TMF Award nominations and a Webby Award. I am Eboman (2007) Since 1995, he has produced dozens of projects, including live performances: Sample madband (1996), skrtZz int_R_faCe (2000), skrtZz pen (2003), Gedoe of Gedaan (2004), Verknipt (2005)), Sample madnesS films including Fort Ebo GoLd (1997), d Driver must be a MAdMaN (1999), LLib LLik (2004)) and online projects including LinkWood (2002), Grand Theft Audio (2002), Viva la Creacion (2007), Breaker.nl (2009), www.wikivideo.info (2011), hypervideo player (2011)). Eboman has been involved as an audiovisual designer in projects by the Postbank, Doc vs. Doc, Telefonica, 55DSL, Nike, Heineken, Apple, Nederlands Filmmuseum, TNT, Agnes B, Nokia, XS4ALL, Bløf, Doe Maar, VPRO, MTV, Ferry Corsten, Ray-Ban, Deloitte, Fortis, Achmea, Friesche Vlag, Levi's, KPN, Caixaand Sony Playstation. Over the years, he has performed more than 600 times, on stages all over the world as diverse as: Roskilde festival (DK); the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; Lincoln Centre, NYC; Sonar (SP); OnedotZero (UK); Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona; ICA London; MOMA Montreal; Liquid Room (JAP); Queen Elisabeth Hall, London; the FNCNM (CAN); Brixton Academy, London; Lowlands festival and Pinkpop (NL); Centre Pompidou, Paris; Holland Festival Amsterdam and Tribal Gathering (UK). Read more on Last.fm.
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