from Technology & Performance Arts, towards Human Connection

Innovation in Interaction


connects performance arts and technology, through interaction design. In each project human bodies, bodily movement and expressivity are corner stones of the research and results. The projects all start from a creative point of view and, from there, develop in either an artistic performance and a product or service.

Both paths support the projects by creating new opportunities for further development and financial funding. By using the freedom which comes with art and the aim for an artistic outcome leads to great opportunities; the arise of the products and services that are not related to any conventional existing outcomes that are accepted by society.

Wolfsbloem encourages society to embrace art and differences in and between culture, while benefiting from the outcomes of the practical research. Both from an artistic viewpoint as a practical usability point of view.

Wolfsbloem was founded on 1 January 2017, by Fleur Leloup.


UniTie, 2016 - present


physical sound manipulation for movement play in group settings

UniTie is a physical game in which a small group of people manipulates and creates a music piece (soundscape) through group movements. It focuses on collaboration and creation, but leaves out competitiveness. UniTie is currently being tested in different set-ups and groups of participants. The team is also researching different soundscapes and their effects and results on group dynamics.

UniTie is currently being tested in Education and Teambuilding.


In fall, UniTie starts with rehearsals for a new production. Therefor we are looking for movement artists. We will kick off with an open rehearsal or call. Keep in touch to stay updated.


We facilitate workshops with the use of UniTie to support collaboration and thinking outside the box for different settings and groups of people. Get in touch with us to book your own workshop with UniTie.


UniTie was granted a fund by Creative Industries Fund NL (Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie). Check it here!


For the development of UniTie we are looking for collaborators, partners and team members for different aspects, some on the short and some on the long term. This includes the areas mentioned below. Feel free to get in touch with us.

  • mobile app development
  • website development
  • production development
  • safety development
  • project management
  • marketing & pr
  • supporters & investors (see the 'Support Us' section below)


See our events section for any activities coming up.

In collaboration with

Rutger Muller (www.RutgerMuller.nl), Sophie van Grinsven, Deniz Ezgi Kurt

With support of

TSG Group (www.TSGGroup.nl), KMWE (www.KMWE.com), Chaos2Work (www.Chaos2Work.com)Smart Design to Market (www.SDtM.nl)

Interested in supporting this project? See the 'Support Us' section below.

Initiate, 2016

Photography: Haluk Can Yasan (up), Jean Blom (down)


movement and light choreography

"One way to go, no let’s take the other way. Right or left? Straight ahead, don’t stop. Or turn around, but, don’t, stop. Wait here. Does waiting demand for standing stil? And what is the meaning of standing stil? That we stop or is it just a break? And if it’s a break, doesn’t it mean that we stop temporarily? Let’s wait. No let’s move again."

In collaboration with:

Lisanne Wouters (dancer, choreographer)

Decelerated Acceleration, 2016

Decelerated Acceleration

movement project

"Forces. In opposite directions. Forces to start moving. Or to stagnate. Forces to forge ahead. Or to get stopped. Tensions we don’t see and tensions we see. Or think to see. Tensions from outside. Or inside. Or both. We activate, or brake."

In collaboration with:

Sophie van Grinsven (dancer, choreographer), Manon Sloos (dancer)

Performed at:

Over de IJssel-Landgoed Marathon - Deventer (2016), Showcase ESDV Footloose - Verkadefabriek Den Bosch (2016)

Turning Points, 2016

Turning Points

interactive light installation

The installation consists of three copper pipes and several light particles that move in swarms. This installation brings the opportunity to have a close look at the behaviour of these specific swarms, in which light particles move together, guided by an invisible force.

When the lights are dimmed or off the light particles become visible, moving over the pipes. Each light particle has its own attraction characteristics which causes different movements, but all move together as a swarm in the same direction. This direction turns every time they reach the top or bottom of the pipe.


23 September 2018 - Acrodance (Performance) - Klassiek op de Dommel, Moving Music // Boxtel

23 September 2018 - A UniTie Fairytale (Performance) - Klassiek op de Dommel, Moving Music // Boxtel

27-30 September 2018

Support Us

Creative/Professional Involvement

Wolfsbloem collaborates with many different professionals in many different fields. From product design and sound design to dance and music teachers. Are you inspired to join in our collaboration to let any of our projects evolve? Then please send us a message and we will get in touch. We are always looking for new faces!

Creative/Professional Involvement - Project UniTie
UniTie is looking for you! (artists)

Support Us

Volunteer / Explorer / Adventurer / Critic

Many of the Wolfsbloem projects are being tested before being put in to practice. We are looking for volunteers who like to try out the cutting edge design projects. Your background is in many of the cases not relevant. We will provide complementary coffee and cookies.

Support Us

Financial Supporter

As any other project, Wolfsbloem projects can't get anywhere without the help of the financial supporters. If you are inspired to support any of the projects (or one in specific), we cheer you on to get in contact with us.


Fleur Leloup - Sophie van Grinsven - Rutger Muller - Deniz Ezgi Kurt


Fleur Leloup

Founder - Interaction Designer - Dancer - Movement Artist


Sophie van Grinsven

Personal Assistant - Dancer - Dance Teacher - Choreographer

Rutger Muller

Composer - Sound Designer

Deniz Ezgi Kurt

Creative Director - Dancer - AI specialist

Four is not enough, the other collaborators will follow soon.

Get in Touch


Postal Address // Keurenplein 41, Box D8000, 1069CD Amsterdam

KvK number // 67734855

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