About the artist
Philip Ross, Thijs Koenraadt, Kelvin Keultjes (Informatica TU/e), Jesper Kapteijns (Industrial Design, TU/e), Özge Karaman Madan (Bouwkunde PhD, TU/e) en Serge Offermans en Teun Vinken (Interactive Matter)
Philip Ross designs intelligent luminaires and lighting environments. Central in his work is the concept of Transformational Lighting Design: the idea that light has the power to positively influence people’s experiences and behaviours. Philip is alumnus of TU/e (PhD Industrial Design) and combines his backgrounds as designer, researcher and light artist in his work at Studio Philip Ross. Philip is project- and artistic leader of this year’s contribution to GLOW of TU/e.
Max Frimout is a sound artist from Eindhoven, with a background in engineering physics at TU/e. He studies Sonology at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, where he focusses on generative composition and algorithmic music. Max’ compositions combine spatial descriptions of sound with storytelling in an improvisational manner. His methods for music production include the use of analog modular synthesis, field recording, composing with algorithms, digital processing of acoustical instruments and more. The team further consists of Thijs Koenraadt and Kelvin Keultjes (Computer Science TU/e), Jesper Kapteijns (Industrial Design, TU/e), Özge Karaman Madan (Architecture PhD, TU/e) and Serge Offermans and Teun Vinken (Interactive Matter). Partners: Studio Philip Ross, Intelligent Lighting Institute TU/e, Interactive Matter, Signify, Unica, TU/e services.