My work is about the human body in the age of virtual and digital dominance, an age in which we have become as thin as a screen, like empty shells. I work with the flat surface of the photograph, the cold exterior where our lives currently seem to take place, manipulating the image until it becomes a fragile, ruin-like sculpture; a prison of voids.

 

I studied dance and architecture at the Academy of Architecture in Arnhem. I continued my education at the Fotoacademie Amsterdam and 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.