Mark IJzerman (1988) is a Dutch media artist and designer making installations and audiovisual performances.
In his work he explores interaction between sound, light and the physiological effect on the body. Most recently, his works have been exploring the way we experience and relate to our ecology and atmosphere.
He has performed his A/V works at various media arts festivals around Europe (Rewire Festival, Transmediale/CTM Vorspiel, FIBER Festival, Mapping Festival) and has most recently exhibited works at MU in Eindhoven, Art Center Nabi in Seoul, V2_ in Rotterdam, and at the European Space Agency.
IJzerman is a lecturer at the Music & Technology faculty of the University of the Arts Utrecht where he teaches courses on media art, as well as a practice tutor at Ecology Futures MA at the Masters Institute of Visual Cultures. He is a part of new media collective Zesbaans and writes and runs sound art blog Everyday Listening.