Geert Mul is a Dutch installation artist. He received a degree in computer animation from the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem, the Netherlands, in 1990. From 1990 to 1993, he traveled to a number of countries, including Mexico and the United States, and lived in Tokyo. The audio and video recordings he made during these journeys were later exhibited at various Dutch arts venues. In the mid-1990s, Mul became one of the first VJs, creating video screenings combined with pop music for a Rotterdam dance club. These events grew into interactive video and audio environments, which he placed in a variety of contexts, from museums to pop festivals. In each of his installations, Mul addresses the function and specificity of the space the work will inhabit, whether it is a hectic dance club, an arts event, a museum or a public space. Since 2000, Mul has often worked on site-specific installations. His works have been widely exhibited in many countries, including the Netherlands, the United States, Italy, Spain, India, Japan, China and South Africa.
Geert Mul's God's Browser is distributed by V2_Agency.