Tuesday 12 May we had our online kick-off for the Inversie program. It was great to see and meet everyone during these weird times.
This marks the start of the first phase, with the main goal of writing our development plan. Together with my mentor, Klaartje from Kunstpodium-T, I'm making big steps already.
I’m very excited to finally share that I have been selected for the talent development program Inversie (inversion)! The upcoming year I will work together with Kunstpodium T and Talenthub Inversie on my professional practice. The Talenthub guides young visual artists to an independent professional practice.
You can follow our 15 month journey on Instagram or Facebook!
More information about the this program can be found here.
CIRCULATION(s) #stayhome contribution
From Minsk to Berlin, from Paris to Helsinki, From Paris to Barcelona, the whole festival team and the 45 artists of this edition, we will deliver to you day after day our vision of this unprecedented situation #stayathome.
Festival CIRCULATION(s) is starting a large correspondence around the image, because for our own good and that of others, we all have to stay home. This is my contribution.
TELEGRAMME #13: Not being able to go outside makes you inventive. Inspired by Peter Frasers 'Material' I started to wander around my house and studio #allmatterisequal
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.