How can the motion of the sea be a direct source for an ever-changing weaving pattern? A textile sea archive in collaboration with Jos Klarenbeek
Textile register of rain fall at a specific location.
A porcelain edition of Made by Rain follows up the textile collection. Developed during a three-month creative residency from september-november 2017 in Arita, Japan.
The process of producing space; A performance by a set of materials that developed during the run of the exhibition at Stroom, Den Haag (more…)
Twelve flags that display an index of the Rhine river from well to estuary. Commission by Suze May Sho (more…)
How to map an ever changing landscape. Movie in collaboration with Viktoria Shydlouskaya to investigate (more…)
How to map an ever changing landscape? Artistic research to the nature, landscape and culture of the Swiss Jungfrau-Aletsch glacier.
A study on indigo and Kurume-kasuri during a research trip to Japan to work with local textile professionals. (more…)
Series of silkscreened textiles derived from Goethe’s question ‘What is it that makes a particular being of nature into plant’
Textile objects with architectural qualities to distribute light more evenly through space.
A visual grammar research guided by the Monstera deliciosa plant. (more…)
Bronze branches in iron gate for residential building Square, Amsterdam
Study trip to Japan to learn about the technique katazome and make a textile for a yukata (summer kimono).
Woven cloth on the fluvial deposition of the IJssel river. (more…)
Visual descriptions of tropical plants, made by the plants themselves; Botanography.
A visual record of colour and seasonal change made tangible by exposing textiles day and night to the weather conditions.
Alchemistic a colour system transformed into a new form of colour.