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New Material Award 2018

I am happy and excited to share I am nominated for the New Material Award 2018 with my project Future Remnants. The project will be shown at Dutch Design Week, as well as at Milan Design Week 2019. The winner will be announced during Dutch Design Week! More info about place & time soon.

Genesis at Science Gallery Dublin

The next phase in my research project Genesis will be on display at Science Gallery Dublin as part of the exhibition Life At The Edges. The exhibition examines life in extraordinary environments, and humankind's passion for exploration, adventure, and discovery. Genesis uses the coloring properties of extremophiles as an indicator of their growth and evolution. Nine containers are lined up to …

Dutch Invertuals X FranklinTill: Mutant Matter at Milan Design Week 2018

I am happy to say I have developed new work for the upcoming exhibition Mutant Matter for Dutch Invertuals, this year co-curated with FranklinTill. Mutant Matter Humankind used to take the materials of nature offered and make them into something new. Now, there's a new stage in the cycle, as nature takes human materials and transforms them once more. The making materials of today become the mined …

Masterclass 'Make your own Hydrophone' at MU Artspace

On Saturday 16 February I will give a masterclass 'Make your own Hydrophone' at MU Artspace, together with sound engineer Jan Pieter van Kesteren. As an extension of my award-winning project 'Seasynthesis', in which underwater recordings of the North Sea are translated into an 8-channel composition, the class aims to spread awareness and empower the participants to start listening to the …

As Above, So Below at Artefact 2018

A second edition of As Above, So Below will be part of the exhibition 'This Rare Earth - Stories From Below' at the Artefact festival in Leuven, Belgium. Commissioned for the show, the setup shows a series of pictures explaining the process of 'mining' stardust and entailed a new effort to use meteorites as a resource. Gaining knowledge about the diversity and complexity of the material, the …

Seasynthesis at Life Time, MU Artspace

The first result of my collaboration with NIOZ and IMARES for the Bio Art & Design Awards 2017 is now on show at MU Artspace in Eindhoven as part of the exhibition Life Time! Seasynthesis is an ongoing research project that aims to provide access to the sea through listening. As sound travels five times faster through water compared to air, we gain a valuable understanding of the activity of …

Dutch Invertuals' Fundamentals & Harvest at Kazerne

From 7 November to 26 March two Dutch Invertuals exhibitions of the past year will be on show at Kazerne Eindhoven. My collaboration with Kirstie van Noort, As Above So Below, will be on show as part of the exhibition Harvest. My new research into bacterial corrosion, Contain Corrode, will be on show as part of the exhibition Fundamentals. Photo credit: Ronald Smits / Dutch Invertuals

Dutch Design Week 2017

I am happy to invite you to Dutch Design Week 2017! You can find my work at the Dutch Invertuals exhibit 'Fundamentals', at NulZes and the result of an intensive course with the second year students of iArts Maastricht will be shown as part of Bio Art Laboratories at Veemgebouw. **Details Dutch Invertuals** Fundamentals Fuutlaan 12b, EDHV Studio www.dutchinvertuals.nl 45 Invertuals reveal more …

Dutch Invertuals - Harvest at Londen Design Fair

From 21-24 September, the exhibition Harvest will be on show as part of the Dutch Pavilion at Londen Design Fair! The project As Above, So Below was specifically developed in response to the theme and first presented during Salone Del Mobile in Milan, April 2017. I will be there to explain the work, be sure to pass by or drop me a line for a meeting/personal tour. HARVEST Dutch Invertuals 21-24 …

Momentum prints at gallery Kunstliefde

I am happy to say the prints of my installation Momentum will be shown and for sale in the exhibition The Art of Nature - The Nature of Art at gallery Kunstliefde . Nature is a source of beauty and inspiration. Often she is depicted in landscapes and still lives. In this exhibition, nature itself becomes subject, motive, matter. From natural processes, structures and organisms, artworks arise …