Past projects

Theatre Works (between 1997 and 2006)

In collaboration with director Carina Molier realised several multimedia dynamic theatre installations/plays, by means of compositions, and interactive soundscapes (performed live)
-Chelsea Girl 1997), met oa Juda Goslinga, Katenka Woudenberg

Zuid Zuid West (1999), Big Boy (1999) (NesTheaters), Ruigoord De Geboorte (2000) en Ruigoord II (2001)- (Toneelgroep Amsterdam), met o.a Joop Admiraal en GJ Reijnders, ueen and King (2002) (Paradiso/Melkweg Prod.) met Lotte Proot, Huis van de Toekomst (2006) (Toneelgroep Amsterdam) met Halina Reijn

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Overview of various other projects between 1992 and 2012

Chamber musics: modern composed, live improvised, hybrid forms

-Duoprogram with fluteplayer and innovator Anne Laberge, solo’s en duo’s with live elektroniks. (1997/98)
-Trio NU; modern compositions for flute, bassclarinet and piano with Pauline Post and Raymond Honing(1990/1993)
-Projectes with poet/performer Cor Gout
-Co-Producer of parts of the Recyclops project With Frans Friederich and Robert Kroos(disko B) (1996/2000)
-Trio Aim: improvisations with Arend Niks en Wilbert de Joode (1995/1996)
-Paul Termos Dubbel Express, (new Dutch swing) – (1996/1997)
-Bassclarinet Culture Soloprogram; (compositions, improvisations en soundsculptures) 1992/1994
-Duo Friederich/Bakker (techno,ambient,jungle,1992/1994) –
-Co-producer en participator of Recyclopedia(D) – jaren 90 plunderphonics
-Gates (project by Gerard van Dongen with Ann laBerge, Peter van Bergen – compositions and improvisations with interactif elektroniks), (2003/2004)
-Project with artist William van Engelen (grafcal improvisations).
-Elektronik Quartet TEC 97 with Huib Emmer, Artur Sauer and Frans Friederich
– Gerard van Dongen 5tet (akkoestical improvisation and compositions) – (2003)
– Project met Bart van Dongen (elektro-akkoestical improvisation) (2004
– Dull Schicksal and Dull Schicksal Extended (1996,1997, 1998)
– Workshops for and with the Rotterdam Improvisation Poel (1992/1994)

Various electronical studio projects

– Heimseh; bassclarinet and electroniks: excercizes in techno with composer Huib Emmer (2007/2012)
– Henry and Joe; flowing, alternating and processing in digital realm; (with Johan de Koeyer, aka Donkey Hare Joe)
– Static Tics/ Xstatic Tics; with L Simonis (digital rock improv, soundscapes and cut up sampling) (2000 onwards)
– Hek, drBadvibes/hekvibes: solo productions with digital tools and elektro-accoustical improvisations, radiojingles
– Subterraneanact: duo project with Malorix: elektro-accoustical musics; combination drums and bassclarinet and elctronics (2005 onwards)

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An ongoing long term project involving the production of RadioWORM- 150 cd releases issues, numerous radioplays, documentarys and extended radio happenings, over more than a decade supplying monthly programs to several international and free radiostations and manifestations like SAIT, DEAF, De Concertzender, Radio Resonance London, RebootFM Berlin, Radioswap in Brussel, WFMU en de NPS. Attended various radiofora in Amsterdam, Berlijn.
Curator for WFMU (2012)
Co Producer of radioworks such as Magnet Band Untergrund (2008), Grindpad naar Las Palmas (2001), WORM T Schippers (2008)


soundwalk city

A soundwalk with nicola unger.
Premiering 28-09-2013
Do The Slow (really), the sound walk by henk bakker and nicola unger, is a short-distance stroll (rather than a walk) perfectly suited for a contemplative moment or a lost afternoon in a big city.
The track features on site recordings and generated sounds with a narrative written by nicola.
It starts right in front of WORM’s entrance, leads you into the direction of the skatepark (an island), continues to a white circle painted on the ground on the Eendrachtsplein, makes you pass a gate keeper (transformer) with an important message and leaves you (alone) in the skate park.
It is about 35 minutes. Don’t forget, do it slow, take your time.

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poetry international performance and radioplay with Andrej Sen-Senkov

with Andrej Sen-Senkov, Henk Bakker, Dennis Verschoor, Lukas Simonis

“Judith Scott touched her genes with her own hands” by X Static Tics, Dennis Verschoor and Andrej Sen Senkov. The Radio Play evolved from a live performance at Poetry International 2016, where Russian poet Sen Senkov contributed the “Judith Scott..” poem. Sen Senkov can be heard reciting , the X Static Tics inciting, and Dennis (Noodlebar) Verschoor playing his modular analog synths.

Label: WORM.records / K7-9

Artist: WORM Horspil

Medium: Music Cassette

Category: Records & Tapes.

Tags: Radio Art, Tapes.

We have released this and other of our radioplays on cassette buy them here!

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The X-static Tics, Touring with the Gazers….

Lukas Simonis and Henk Bakker also known as the X-tatic Tics and more recently as Dr Klangendum live and work in Rotterdam. They are producers and performers of radioplays and of stage performances in colaboration with many poets from all over the globe. They also produced a long string of radiodocumentaries such as the Perverse Animals- a series of coloured documentaries covering cities and art scenes in Dublin and Tblisi. They also collaborators in the Radia Network. They are now on tour with their latest production The Gazers (the end is near).

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Een radiofonische Geluidswandeling in twee delen door Charleroi; Als stad met een historie. Als stad als concept en stad als decor voor een gedachte experiment.

Deel 1 werd uitgezonden op 13 december, middernacht, bij de Concertzender (Dr 1)

Deel 2 werd uitgezonden op 20 december, middernacht, bij de Concertzender (Dr 2)

Interviews en geluidscollages door Lg Simonis en H Bakker.

Muziek door; Jean D.L. en Sandrine Verstraete, Kosmose, Bene Gesserit, Pseudocode, Human Flesh.

Dank; Le Vecteur, Nico, Jean, Sandrine, Alain, Nadine.

Tekst: Simonis, Bakker en WORM


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