performance video,15 min.
The landscape isn’t just matter, it is alive. What amazes me about landscapes is their ability to recall within us a stillness, a silence and a feeling of solitude. A mode in which we can truly receive time. Read more
performance video, 29 min.
The Garden is a fictional world based on the experiences of seventy athletes. The film shows how movement gives us a mentally and physically multidimensional landscape of possibilities. Read more
performance, 20 min.
I created a performance for the drawing session in which the passing time was made tangible and she herself became an hourglass. From some twenty heavy cloth balls attached to her body, sand slowly ran away, spreading on the ground and gradually changing the space. My body grew lighter by the second so that I could playfully show how time manifests itself in space. Read more
Performance, 45 min.
In OndichtI explored the relationship between frogs and their environment in the unlimited nature of the Ilse of Mull in Scotland and in Groningen (NL). Through the frog's perception, I discovered new relationships with my physical environment. I researched how the qualities and characteristics of frogs can teach us something about how we live. Frogs breathe and drink with their skin. Read more
performance video, 18 min.
Each memory originates in a physical experience: the scent of freshly squeezed orange juice, the tingling sensation of grass on bare feet, the sudden apparition of elongated shadows in the night under the glow of a lamppost. Imagine if you could change your experience of the world by altering your body physically. Read more
performance, 10 min.
Boulders of different sizes are attached to different parts of the body, including the arms, legs, abdomen and back. As the body starts to move, the stones move around the body. I was inspired by the story of the Dutch astronaut Wubbo Ockels. Read more
performance, 20 min.
Swivel was specially designed and was performed for the opening of Mirador del Silica, the exhibition by Marieke Schoonderbeek and Eva Pel. It is a harbinger of their One-Man-10-Days-Settlement -29°13 'project on the Canary Island Lanzarote. In my work, I am looking for those moments where creation is possible and becomes tangible, but hasn’t yet manifested itself into something definable. Read more
performance, 50 min.
This is a dance installation in which six dancers let themselves be carried away by the movements of water. A soft plastic cylindrical bag filled with water is attached to the head of each dancer. As soon as the dancers move the water moves. But water moves very differently from us. Water moves slower, but also responds to everything. Even when the dancers try to stand still there is vibration on the surface of the water and that in turn influences their movements. Read more