Kronkelklok II

Kronkelklok II is a small study on the tangibility of one’s identity. The strands of the becoming rather than the DNA that is already there. The work consists of five frames measuring 15.2 x 10.2 cm.

Some other kind of dreadfulness

Sinking ships at the end of the night. Sail on, sail on, sail on. Until the other light hits you, then you are where you need to go. Compassless darkness, an adult and a child, that’s how this little philosophical story begins. Together they walk to the edges of reality, passing not only their own …

SHIPWRECK

A lot has been said about heroes and death. Endless stories are dedicated to monsters and battles, shipwrecks and bullets. Yet some stories did not reach the shore. Some people died at sea, far away from their loved ones, their children, their homes. No matter how heroically they had stood at the helm, sailing through …

The Great Noise

Much has been said, much has been listened to and much has been thought in this year’s pandemic. About who we are as humanity, what we create and leave behind. About who I am as a human being, as an artist, as a person. The Great Noise (and how it was found) is my conclusion, …

Nightingales

Once upon a time there was a wonderful plan to make a documentary with lots of people and lots of music. And then everything was locked. This is plan two, formed in times of pandemic, in which I went looking for night thoughts, dreams and fears together with the isolated students of Maastricht. What happens …

De Kronkelklok

De Kronkelklok, or the Twisted Clock, is a visual work from 2020, 40×50 cm.

Rodin – An Exhibition

After two months of chasing Auguste Rodin’s past, present and perhaps even future, I hosted an exhibition with many of my thoughts, drawings and findings. An open atelier filled with art, travels and stories. THE ROAD TO RODIN This is not an exhibition of Rodin’s work. Let me start by saying that. There are plenty of filled …

Multitudine

In collaboration with Fashionclash Festival I made and played Multitudine, an opera in five languages ​​and in five minutes. It questions the masks of people and the amount of lies and appearances behind which our modern Western culture is hiding. ORLANDO AND VIRGINIA Together with my drama school class, I did a performance in a …