My work is about the intrusive nature of the world around us, and how we deal with it. The skin as public property and its boundaries, where do I end and the other begin.
I want to portray the alienation felt when normal everyday reality is experienced as intrusive, and explore the encounters between the internal and external. Encounters with the world, with spaces, relationships between people and things.
The borderland, the shape of in between.
I studied dance and architecture at the Academy of Architecture in Arnhem. I continued my education at the ArtEZ University of the Arts where I graduated with installations and photography. My work is commissioned by theatre and dance companies and I teach photography at several creative institutions.