Vernissage Festival CIRCULATION(s)

As of today, 14 March, the 10th edition of Festival CIRCULATION(s) is officially open. Unfortunately because of corona precautions, the birthday party and performances are postponed until the last weekend of the festival. The good news is that the festival is open for the public (limited to 100 persons at a time) so you can see my work ‘How to Farm a Fish’ exhibited amongst a lot of great work from other artists. The works are on show until 10 May.

Merci to everyone at the festival who made everything possible!

UPDATE 15/03/2020: the festival is due to the new French regulations closed until further notice. 

‘How to Farm a Fish’ at Festival CIRCULATION(s)

I'm happy to let you know that I’m part of the 10th edition of Festival CIRCULATION(s)! The festival is dedicated to emerging photography in Europe and will take place from 14 March to 10 May 2020 at Centquatre, Paris. 

I’m very excited to be showing my work ‘How to Farm a Fish’, which shows the research on how innovation can help create a more sustainable food industry. 

More information about the work, the other participants and the festival can be found here.

Artist Talk

On 24 November I gave an Artist Talk, together with moderator Gert-Jan van den Bemd and photographer Egbert Jonkers. We spoke about new technologies and seeking comfort in special places. If you missed it, it will be online soon via this link.
© Robbert Nijs

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I'm showing a small part of the first research I did for my new project 'Close encounters (working title)', together with work of 11 other artists who were also part of the program at WitteRook.

On Sunday at 15.00 I’m giving an Artist Talk together with Egbert Jonkers, moderated by Gert-Jan van den Bemd. 

Opening Friday 22 November: 19.30-22.00
Saturday and Sunday: 13.00-17.00
Stokvishallen, Belcrumweg 58, Breda

Selected for De Beeldmakers

My work got featured on Vandejonglikes as part of the competition De Beeldmakers, in which Vandejong and Het Parool scout the most promising new image makers in the Netherlands.