- 7 - 10 February 2019, Projections Art Rotterdam, with Caroline O'Breen Gallery, NL,

- 9 December 2018, Talk/discussion: Stilte in het Anthropoceen, VG Cafe, Splendor, Amsterdam, NL,

- 25 November 2018, Talk with Maurice Knegtel, Amsterdam Art Weekend Event at Gallery Caroline O'Breen, Amsterdam, NL,

- October 20th - November 26th 2018, Solo Show Breathing Mountains, Gallery Caroline O'Breen, Amsterdam, NL,

- October 13 - November 17 2018, Groupshow CBK Groningen, the Book of Nature, NL,

- October 2018, Book release, by Art Paper Editions, Ghent, B,

- June 2018
Comission for the Red Box in the AMC, Amsterdam, NL

- June 8 - July 22, 2017
Suspension of Disbelief, Group Show
Caroline O'Breen Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

- June 3 - August 6, 2017
Artists´ Books for Everything, Group show
Centre for Artists Publications Weserburg (D)

- January 2017
Launch new website!

- November 26th 2016
Talk & performance, Seelevel Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

- November 18 - November 27, 2016
Big Art Amsterdam, 2016

- November 12 - December 10, 2016
Duo exhibition, Seelevel Gallery, Amsterdam, NL

- June 16 - August 25, 2016
Artist books presentation, Rijksakademie Library Amsterdam, NL

- 23 June - ongoing
Permanent work for the mental health care department of LUMC leiden, NL

- March 2016
Probe project, solo exhibition, Arnhem, NL

- October 9, 2014 - November 15, 2016
Hanging installation in the Sculpture Hall, LUMC leiden, NL

- November 2015
PuntWG Art space, book launch and solo exhibition, Amsterdam, NL

- September 2015Brummelkamp Gallery AMC, solo exhibition, Amsterdam, NL
- June 20 - September 7,  2015
Kunstvereniging Diepenheim, groupshow Jubileum Tentoonstelling, NL

- July 2015
CEAC gallery, solo exhibition, Xiamen, CN

- March 28 - May 3 2015
The Mirror and Lamp Show, Ton de Boer gallery groupshow, at Buitenplaats Jagtlust 's-Gravenland, NL


I am a visual artist working with photography, video, drawing and sculpture. I create projects that have a contemplative, poetic, and investigative approach, regarding the relations between humans and nature and the perception of time. Curiosity and wonder are my most important motives.

Usually I'm working on long-term projects around locations where nature and city intertwine. As a kind of anthropologist and archaeologist I use these locations as my 'observatory' for a certain period of time. Here I'm analyzing and trying to unravel our human patterns, our rhythms, our relationship with nature the eternal and transient and the mysterious versus the mundane.

By literally zooming in and out on my subjects I aim to show varying approaches and perspectives pointing out that events and objects are inextricably linked, interrelated and influence each other. And that there is no such thing as one true perspective on an event or subject. The question I am constantly asking myself is: Where do I belong amidst all of this?