Dewi de Vree (1983) is a media artist from The Netherlands dealing with the sensual experience of physical experiments. With a background in the visual arts and her fascination for the interaction between man and machine, she’s been making different translating-machines, sound interfaces, performances and installations.
Examples of her work include Elektrolab, a sound performance based on electrochemistry, Thermokoppel, a live sound-performance based on the relation between temperature and the acoustic properties of metal and Ground, an audiovisual performance in which graphite drawings are used as a control interface for several electronic instruments. At the moment she is working on Magnetoceptia, a series of performances and installations around antenna-costumes together with Patrizia Ruthensteiner (AT).
She is part of the Instrument Inventors Initiative ‘iii’ and artist collective 'Helicopter' in The Hague (NL)