…page in proces..

conceptual | context
education, inspiration
staged authenticity
art as public space
anecdotical whereabouts
Innovatory Heritage
validation of values, in art, heritage and society
in-between-ness of the natural and the artifactual
empirical artistic field research
explore, collect, share & learn

“Jij bént een archief | You áre an archive”, commented Suzan Drummen, artist and fellow artist-in-resident at EKWC.

education, inspiration

I studied Monumental Art, followed by Environment at the Royal Academy of Art The Hague and Theoretical Museology at Leiden University.


‘…onze planeet, de enige tuin in het heelal..’ schreef Joop Beljon in ‘Twaalf omgevingen’ in 1976.
“… our planet, the only garden in the universe ..” Joop Beljon wrote in ‘Twelve environments’ in 1976.
Joop Beljon (1922-2002) was a Dutch artist, sculptor, teacher, writer, inspirator, for 27 years director of Royal Academy of the Art The Hague and my tutor at the department of Environment. His national and international public art works provoke a sense of urban geography as he perceived emerging cities and landscapes 50 years ahead of time. 

Isamu Noguchi, American-Japanese sculptor (1904–1988):
‘Nature makes rocks. Man makes stones’
‘to be hybrid anticipates the future’

One and Three Chairs, Joseph Kosuth, 1965.
A chair, a photo of a chair, a text about a chair.
One and Four Chairs, Jacqueline Heerema, 2001. I added a fourth chair of emotion.
One and All Chairs, Jacqueline Heerema, 2021. Questioning the ecological footprint of art itself.

inventor of Innovatory Heritage

I invented the concept of Innovatory Heritage, in which the understanding of heritage shifts from static/exclusive to dynamic/inclusive. I transformed a residential area into ‘Museum Oostwijk’ (2002-2009) and deconstructed institutional museology in ‘The Chamber of Marvels of Zoetermeer’ (2008-2009). 

In 2013 I was invited to share my artistic insights during in the artist talk ‘Can art contribute to new concepts of heritage, museums, collections and society?‘ Invited by COMCOL at ICOMRio2013 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2013).
(Expected) Innovatory Heritage, essay, author, selected to be published in Innovate Heritage, conversations in between art and heritage, Springer Publishers.

1996 – ongoing:
Anekdotische Plaatsbepalingen | Anecdotical Whereabouts
art in public space, art as public space

In haar kunst onderzoekt Heerema de vervreemding en verwondering in de verhalen van alledaagse dingen om ons heen: zij noemt dit anekdotische plaatsbepalingen. Er ontstaan geen beelden voor de eeuwigheid, maar tijdelijke, veranderlijke en prikkelende situaties die geënsceneerd worden binnen de dagelijkse werkelijkheid.

In her art Heerema explores the alienation and wonder in the stories of everyday things around us: she calls this anecdotal whereabouts. These are no images for eternity, but ephemeral, shifting and stimulating situations that are staged within everyday reality.

2001: Schommel, Swing

I put a swing in an opened window frame to question the role of art (institutions) in the public domain. A surreal and efemeral public intervention at exhibition space TENT, Witte de Withstraat Rotterdam (NL)

2001-2005: Ik noem haar Roos

Art projects and public interventions themed around constructions of identity.
‘Ik noem haar Roos – I call her ROOS’ is a reconstruction of a childhood memory. Over a period of 5 years, ROOS developed as an artistic alter-ego, questioning the makability of identity.
Exhibitions at GEM, Haags Gemeentemuseum, xfac KABK, Haagse Rondgang, Galerie Nouvelles Images, Quartair, Luxus, 1646, Seasons Galleries, Schröder Galerie, Voorheen Damen, Arti et Industriae, Doubletstraat, Hot Red Lokaal, Huis-als-museum Amersfoort, CBK Leiden; supported by Tijlfonds, Mama Cash, The Hague municipality, Stroom The Hague.

1996-1997: Stonewater i.c.w. choreographer Annelie David

1996: Stonewater I: sensing light, seven rooms- seven moments of sensation, DasArts, Westergasfabriek
1997: Stonewater II: Once more light – light labyrinth, DansAteliers Rotterdam
1997: Stonewater III: Again… reflection, DansWerkplaats Amsterdam

1990-1996: international art-architecture initiative Atelier VagaBond
Proposal Alice in Wonderland for Europan; workshops at universities in Berlin, Hamburg; Het visioen van de Beulen – The executioners’ vision, public intervention, Dutch Design Conference, Amsterdam. Participating artists: Marianne Zwollo, Jacqueline Heerema; architects: Petra Griefing, Lidewij Tummers, Barbara Holzinger (D).

validation of values, in art, heritage & society
in-between-ness of the natural and the artifactual

2022: It’s a love story: Earthly Provenance | Ancestral Intimacy
Dagzomen, artist-in-residency Park Studio de Orangerie; exhibition at Glazen Huis, Zone2Source, Amsterdam

2022: In search of the miraculous..
artist-in-residency Cascadas Artspace, Barcelona

2021: re-cast as repository | residual intimacy
artist-in-residency at European Ceramics Workcentre

2020: sedi | senti | ment
artist-in-residency at EKWC, European Ceramics Workcentre

2019-ongoing: The becoming, The being & The meanwhile
subsurface as living climate archive
Land in Wording, Amstelpark, Amsterdam icw Zone2Source
#1 Genesis, #2 Onland, Guardian, #3 Breath of Soil(s), #4 Soft Soils, #5 aardtijd, #6 toenadering, #7 foreshadowing | residual intimacy, #8 Soft Soils, aardtijd, #9 Gathering dust

2008- 2009: De Wonderkamer van Zoetermeer | The Chamber of Marvels of Zoetermeer

Can art contribute to new concepts of heritage, museums, collections and society?

I deconstructed institutional museology in ‘The Chamber of Marvels of Zoetermeer‘. In short, ‘The Chamber of Marvels of Zoetermeer‘ is about desire for identity and raises questions about a possible construction of identity in a so-called New Town Zoetermeer. A collection of 88 objects and stories donated by residents around their perceptions of ‘Home’ became the subject of research into the significance of this collection for the Zoetermeer City Museum, residents and the city. The interactive program consisted of a series of workshops, master classes and a final debate on the meaning of objects and stories. During the program visual artists, writers, scientists and museum professionals together with the donators explored the ‘Zoetermeer 2008 Collection’ together with the audience. What usually takes place behind the scenes, happened during ‘The Chamber of Marvels of Zoetermeer‘ publicly in the museum hall, in the middle of the exhibition. Every step in the process of an object and story being transferred into a museum object as part of a collection was researched in 4 phases: 
The naked object, The speaking object, Object speed dating and Beyond the object
In the first phase we focused on observation, what do you see when you look at an isolated object? In the second phase we focused on perception: how does a story add to the meaning of the object? In the third phase we focused on composition and cohesion, what do all these objects and stories mean together? And the final phase centered around transformation, has the public research of this community collection added meaning and understanding to the locals, the museum, the town?

The project resulted in a catalogue called ‘4289’ as it became the final contribution to the collection of the City Museum. 1200 publications were sent to all museums, heritage and education institutions in the Netherlands. The project was presented at numerous conferences. I was invited to share my artistic insights during my talk ‘Can art contribute to new concepts of heritage, museums, collections and society?‘ for COMCOL at ICOMRio2013 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2013).

Deelnemers, participants: de 80 schenkers/donateurs van de bewonerscollectie, fotograaf Eric van Straaten, Kirsten de Vries van Erfgoedhuis Zuid Holland, schrijver/dichter K. Schippers, kunstenaar/publicist Sjaak Langenberg, historicus André Koch, kunstenaar Adriaan Nette, filosoof Ann Meskens, museologen Peter van Mensch, Leontiene Meijer-Van Mensch, Tessa Luger en Arjen Kok van Instituut Collectie Nederland, kunstenaar Ton of Holland, kunstenaar Marjan Teeuwen, etnoloog Gerard Rooijakkers, kunstenaar Birthe Leemeijer, architectuurhistoricus Michelle Provoost, directeur International New Towns Institute, museoloog Max Meijer, Pieter Smit wethouder Cultuur Zoetermeer, Siebe Weide, directeur van de Nederlandse Museumvereniging, studenten en docenten Reinwardt Academie.

art commission, Stadsmuseum Zoetermeer, funded by Mondriaan Stichting, Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Zuid-Holland, Fonds 1818, gemeente Zoetermeer en SNS Reaalfonds. Design publication: Studio Duel.

2002 – 2009: Museum Oostwijk, Vlaardingen

Everybody is a director and curator of a museum.

I transformed a residential area into ‘Museum Oostwijk’. The roles of museum and public have been reversed here. A project about the archeology of the present: a different approach to culture, cultural heritage and cultural identity, from residential area to museum, from concept to collection. The first object of Museum Oostwijk was a Cookie Jar. 300 Cookie Jars were introduced at the opening of the museum as a symbol, a homely metaphor for the sense of feeling at home, of connecting.
Museum Oostwijk was an investigation of perceptions of cultural identity of the residents in Oostwijk, part of a Dutch town. An urban area consisting of 10.000 inhabitants of all social economic levels and with multiple origins. The town mayor and the Turkish guest worker who sweeps the streets live in this small community. A rather quiet and friendly urban area with no big issues. Interesting, because somehow this multi layered community figured out a way to handle social and ethnic differences? How do they do it? 
Starting from the concept that everybody is a director and curator of a museum I converted this urban neighboorhood into Museum Oostwijk and shifted the established construction of formal museums 180 degrees by stating that everybody and everything in this area is part of the collection of the Museum. All persons, young or old, their dreams, hopes, memories and expectations became part of the collection. The inhabitants became the directors, curators and guides of the Museum. Artists and experts were invited to work with the inhabitants to research and disclose this collection. 
After 7 years we documented the project in a catalogue that was spread house-to-house in all 3500 households, thus transferring the immaterial collection back to the community. 30% of 10.000 residents participated in projects of the Museum. The material collection became part of the Vlaardingen City Archive, to be explored by future (art) historians. Recently Oostwijk became an urban conservation area.
art commission, municipality Vlaardingen.

2002-2006: WindMee, Zuid-Holland

Curator for a fresh approach of an art cycle route, as mental and physical displacement. A 65-kilometer biking route along the North Sea and Waterweg, between Rotterdam, Hoek van Holland and The Hague, the existing art, heritage and culture in this coastal landscape, and interactions with the public were the three starting points for temporary art projects. In 2004, the existing works of art and cultural-historical landmarks were supplemented for the first time with 6 contemporary public art projects. These projects shaped a new programmatic line along which the public could move and provided fascinating access to the readability of the South Holland cultural landscape.
Conceptual frame work i.c.w. Esther Didden, Ingrid van Santen.
Participating artists: Saskia Janssen, Sjaak Langenberg & Rosé de Beer, Adriaan Nette, Esther Polak, Zeger Reyers, Barbara Visser.

empirical artistic field research
explore, collect, share & learn

2014-2015: Walking all the shores of The Netherlands | The Anthropogenic Coastal Atlas

2021: Pioneering Sand Motor
Sand Motor as source to rethink anthropogenic coastal modifications of cultural public space

After 10 years of artistic explorations of the new phenomenon called Zandmotor (Sand Motor) I wrote the reflexive essay ‘Pioneering Zandmotor – Zandmotor as source to rethink anthropogenic coastal modifications of cultural public space’, published in RiUS, Research by Urbanism by TU Delft.
Keywords: art, polyphonic discourse, co-creation of experiential knowledge, vital learning environment, public climate-consciousness.

2021: Water flows upwards, who is Dommel?

Artists collective Satellietgroep explored during 5 months of artistic field research – followed by 5 months DIY public participations – the rain river Dommel, as a living entity. Guided by the Dommel herself and by (local) experts, natural and cultural scientists. Commissioned by Waterschap De Dommel and Kunstloc Brabant in the context of Living Lab Brabantse Beken and Landschapstriënnale 2021.
Participating artists: Jacqueline Heerema, Francois Lombarts, Lotte Bosman.

2019-2020: Beyond Technology

In 2019-2020, I was artistic researcher at University Twente, Dept. Water Management to develop a new education pilot for art and engineering students. This initiative is called ‘Beyond Technology’ and developed i.c.w. Art & Design Academy ArtEZ. It stems from the need to approach upcoming challenges in the environment from a versatile perspective by bridging the gap between the arts and humanities/social sciences and the natural/technological sciences.

Publication Beyond Technology Magazine, co-author, 2020.
Artist talks: Can co-creation of (students of) the arts and sciences enhance public climate-conciousness? at Basque Center for Climate Change (BC3), Bilbao, Spain; Art in the Anthropocene conference, Dublin; 4UT Resilience conference, Universiteit Twente.

Team: Marcela Brugnach (University of Twente), Jacqueline Heerema (Artists collective Satellietgroep), Marijke Meester, Fabian Hijlkema (ArtEZ University of the Arts) and 20 students of University Twente & ArtEZ.
With: Vitens Vechterweerd, Vitens Waterschap Vechtstromen, Lara Wöhler (UT, MEDUWA), Alfons Uijtewaal (Huize Aarde, MEDUWA), Francesco Bregoli (IHE Delft), artists Onkruidenier (Jonmar van Vlijmen, Ronald Boer) and Marjolijn Dijkman.
Funded by Van Braun Stiftung.

Art projects, global overview:

2022: It’s a love story: Earthly Provenance | Ancestral Intimacy, installation with public programs, Zone2Source, Amsterdam.
2022: Dagzomen, artist-in-residency Park Studio de Orangerie, Zone2Source, Amsterdam.
2022: In search of the miraculous … (layers of) time – Earth – climate – sea – soil – fossil – artifact – imprints or impression of something or someone…, artist-in-residency Cascadas Artspace, Barcelona, i.c.w. UAB, Autonomous University of Barcelona, dept. Archeology, Neolithic Cardial Ceramics.
2022: Gathering dust, or delay as artistic research method (2019-2022), performative intervention themed around ‘aardtijd’, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam.
2022: Soft Soils, aardtijd, installation, Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam.
2021: re-cast as repository | residual intimacy, artist-in-residency at EKWC, European Ceramics Workcenter; open studio at Test Case XXIV.
2021: Grant Mondriaan Fonds.
2021: Pioneering Sand Motor – Sand Motor as source to rethink anthropogenic coastal modifications of cultural public space, essay, author, published in Research by Urbanism, University Delft Publishers.
2021: Van Doggerland t/m Zandmotor, public field lessons on time, sea and climate at Zandmotor, invited by National Park Hollandse Duinen.
2021: Water flows upward, artistic field research with DIY public participation, themed around a rain river, art commission, Waterschap De Dommel, KunstLoc Brabant, Living Lab Brabantse beken, Landschapstriënnale 2021.
2020: sedi | senti | ment, artist-in-residency at EKWC, European Ceramics Workcenter; open studio at Test Case XXII.
2019-ongoing: The becoming, The being & The meanwhile; art projects themed around subsurface as living climate archive, Land in Wording. #1 Genesis, #2 Onland, Guardian, #3 Breath of Soil(s), #4 Soft Soils, #5 aardtijd, #6 toenadering, #7 foreshadowing | residual intimacy; invited by Zone2Source, VU, CLUE+, Arti et Amicitiae, i.c.w. EKWC.
2019-2020: Artistic researcher at Universiteit Twente, co-initiator Beyond Technology i.c.w. Art Academy ArtEZ; art-science-practioners field lessons; publication; artist talks Can co-creation of (students of) the arts and sciences enhance public climate-consciousness, at Basque Center for Climate Change (BC3), Bilbao, Spain; at Art in the Anthropocene Conference, Dublin; at 4UT Resilience Conference, Universiteit Twente.
2018: Climate as Artifact – Klimaat als Mensenwerk, artist-curator, art-science-public exhibition program at Electriciteitsfabriek, The Hague.
2018: Zeelab #1-5, #1 Uptime_ (Nest), #2 Climate as Game Changer (Border Sessions), #3 Environmental Literacy, #4 Global Waves, #5 Landscape Observations (Climate as Artifact).
2018: Who is nature? Pre-program for Climate as Artifact, art-science-public; essay, co-author, published in ‘The urbanization of the sea’ by nai010 publishers; artist talks at V2_ Rotterdam; at Transitional Territories, North Sea at TU Delft; at Viscous Space North Sea Conference, hosted by Centre for Global Heritage and History of Architecture and Urban Planning at TU Delft; at ‘The changing futures of islands’, 16th ISISA Islands of the World Conference for Leeuwarden2018, hosted by Waddenacademie at Terschelling.
2017: Zandgast, Zandmotor selected as Mondriaanfonds Binnenland Gastatelier.
2017: Destination Highway Afsluitdam, performative installation, art commission, Ministery I & M at Afsluitdijk
2017: Nomination KNAW-NIAS residency for 2018.
2017: Prospectors, Three layers of Landscape, performative installation, Intersections-Art Rotterdam.
2017: Landscapery, Gardening without Borders, performative installation, Oerol, Terschelling.
2016: Artist-in-residency Malta, nomination exhibition proposal Byoyant for Valletta-Malta EU Cultural Capital 2018.
2015: Zandgast, Honorary Award I-SEA, Clash of Concepts, Rijkswaterstaat.
2015: Artist-in-residency at Govenors Island, invited by LMCC and Dutch Consulate in New York City.
2015: The Anthropogenic Coastal Atlas Part 1, art commision, Rijksdienst Cultureel Erfgoed.
2014-2015: KustNL, walking all the shores of the Netherlands.
2014-now: Zandgast, artist-curator of artist-in-residency & public programs, Zandmotor.
2014-now: Public Expeditions #1-18, Zandmotor, polders, wadden, Afsluitdijk, Scheveningen. 
2014: On Flux of Sand and Aquatic Ecosystems, artist-in-resdency, co-curator of Inter-Format Symposium hosted at Nida Art Colony, Lithuania; Liminal imaging of nature, essay, author, published in Log6 by Nida Art Colony. 
2013-2019: DCR Gueststudios, artist-curator of artist-in-residency programs at De DCR, The Hague. 
2013: Innovatory Heritage – Can art contribute to new concepts of heritage, museums, collections and society? artist talk, invited by COMCOL for ICOM Rio Conference, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
2013:  Stellingname – water, land and innovatory heritage, guest-curator, invited by Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen.
2013: Grant Mondriaan Fonds.
2012-ongoing: Now Wakes The Sea, artist-curator of international artist-in-residency exchange programs: Netherlands – New York, Japan, UK, Malta, Lithuania, Russia, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey; publication.
2012-ongoing: Zeespiegel-Mirror on the Sea, 24/7 open air exhibition, Boulevard Scheveningen, art commission, The Hague.
2009-2015: Badgast, artist-curator of artist-in-residency and public programs, Scheveningen; publication.
2008-2009: De Wonderkamer – The Chamber of Marvels, art-heritage-public, art commission, Zoetermeer; publication.
2002-2009: Museum Oostwijk, art-heritage-public, art commission, Vlaardingen; publication.
2008: Grant Fonds BKVB.
2008: S.MAG#2 Zee – Geen zee, Sea – No Sea, co-author, Sea Magazine.
2007: S.MAG#1 Zeedelijk, author, Sea Magazine.
2006-2009: To whom belongs the sea? Satellieteiland, nomadic art programs, artists collective Satellietgroep.
2006-now: Founder, artist-curator of artists collective Satellietgroep.
2002-2006: WindMee, curator, art-heritage-public cycling route, Province South-Holland.
2001-2003: Founder, artist-curator of artist initiative Hot Red Lokaal, The Hague.
2001: Schommel-Swing, public art intervention at TENT, Witte de Withstraat Rotterdam.
2000-2005: Ik noem haar Roos, art works, public interventions, exhibitions,themed around constructions of identity.
1996-1997: Stonewater I, II, III icw choreographer Annelie David.
1990-1996: Co-founder international art-architecture initiative Atelier VagaBond.
1986-2013 Artist-advisor, commissions for masterplans art in public space.

Functions, in society, arts:

2022: Chair of the board of Dutch-Belgian Klimaatdichters Foundation
Since 2019: Chair of De Onkruidenier Foundation
Since 2015: Volunteer of AWN, the Dutch Association of Volunteers in Archeology. 
Since 2006: Initiator, artist-curator artists collective Satellietgroep
2002-2003: Board member Haagse Rondgang (now: Hoogtij) 
2001-2003: Artist-curator artists initiative Hort Red Lokaal, The Hague
1998-2001: Member Haags Steunpunt Speelterreinen 
1990-1996: Co-intiator, board member Stichting KunstNetwerk 
1990-1996: Co-founder, member of art-architecture initiative Atelier VagaBond, Europan, University of Hamburg and Berlin.
1988-1990: Board member Stichting Vrouwelijke Entrepreneurs
1988-1990: Board member Stichting Vrouwen in de Beeldende Kunst

Since 2006: founder & artist-curator of artists collective Satellietgroep

Keywords: artistic field research; engaged art-science-society collaborations; social, spatial and ecological public and professional climate-consciousness.

As part of my artistic practice I initiated Satellietgroep (The Hague, 2006) and I am artist-curator since then. Satellietgroep is an artists collective that explores the reciprocal relations of humanity and nature from an artistic perspective, with a focus on the sea, (coastal) landscape transitions, climate and the impact of humanity on the environment in the Netherlands and abroad. 

In 2015 I was invited to share my artistic insights on Arts & Climate Change at the European Parliament in Brussels for COP 21.

2006 – now: to whom belongs the sea?

The sea belongs to everyone and thus to no one – words that not only define the world’s largest public space but also leave it unarticulated.

Since 2012: 24/7 permanent exhibition Zeespiegel – Mirror on the Sea
Boulevard Scheveningen

Artist-curator of international artist-in-residency and public programs for artist collective Satellietgroep:
2014-now: Public Expeditions #1-18, Zandmotor, polders, wadden, Afsluitdijk. 
2017: Zandgast, Zandmotor is Mondriaanfonds Binnenland Gastatelier
2014-now: Zandgast, Zandmotor.
2013-2019: DCR Gueststudios, The Hague. 
2012-now: Now Wakes The Sea, international exchange artist-in-residency programs Netherlands – New York, Japan, UK, Malta, Lithuania, Russia, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey; curatorial resident.
2009-2015: Badgast, Scheveningen. 

2013 – now: Polders, Wadden Sea, Afsluitdijk & more
2018: Sources & Resources, NL-Croatia (Wadden, Terschelling, Tandem)
2017: Destination Highway Afsluitdam, Afsluitdijk, art commission, Ministry of I&M, Making Waves.
2017: Gardening without Borders (Wadden, Terschelling, Oerol), Satellietgroep icw Onkruidenier.
2016: Landschapsextracten, polder Waterland, Over het IJ Festival, Satellietgroep icw Onkruidenier.
2016: Waterpionier, Zandmotor, Satellietgroep icw Onkruidenier.
2015: Welcome in the Water Bubble, Wadden, Vlieland, Into The Great Wide Open.

2018: Climate as Artifact – Klimaat als mensenwerk

In 2018, Satellietgroep posed the question Who is nature? With the exhibition program ‘Climate as Artifact – Klimaat als mensenwerk’, Satellietgroep positioned dialogue about climate and the impact of humanity as a geological force in the cultural domain cultural domain, as an artifact, as something we make. During 5 weeks, every week we shift the focus within the whole exhibitionprocess, with ongoing artistic productions and with a program of workshops, seminars and expeditions. Visitors have the opportunity to connect and contribute to the ongoing process of artistic research, share their thoughts and insights, and discover through the arts a multitude of fields of knowledge. Materializing ideas through art and redefining climate as an artifact, as something we make, helps to increase our sensitivity and to see connections within the natural world and between our actions and our environment. 
Venue: De Elektriciteitsfabriek, The Hague.
Participating artists, designers engaged with experts in the fields of nature, climate, geology, archeology, oceanography, philosophy, zoology, botany and spatial planning — as well as a canoe builder from the Marshall Islands — who actively contributed to the making of new art works and public dialogues. Funded by Mondriaan Fonds, BankGiro Loterij Fonds, Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie, Gemeente Den Haag, Feest aan Zee.

Artist-curator: Jacqueline Heerema, co-curators Francos Lombarts, Lotte Bosman.
Participating artists, designers, new works:
Berndnaut Smilde, Sun Following Prism, 2017.
Sachi Miyachi,  __ (working title), 2018.
Nishiko, Repairing Earthquake Project, since 2011 – ongoing.
Esther Kokmeijer, Deep Meaning of Voyaging, 2018.
Maurice Bogaert, Wide / White, 2018.
Aliki van der Kruijs & Jos Klarenbeek, Kadans, 2018.
Maurice Meewisse, Eighteen Coffee Breaks – Eight Working Hours, 2017-2018.
Lotte Geeven, Score, 2018.
Theun Karelse, Environmental Literacy, 2018.
Thijs Ebbe Fokkens, Every Future (is a crime scene), 2018.
Giuseppe Licari, Disco Stone, 2018.
Josje Hattink, Voice of a Sinking Landscape, 2018.
Masha Ru, Museum of Edible Earth: An Acquired Taste, 2018
Onkruidenier, SWEET – SWEAT. We are under construction, 2018.

2018: Zeelab # 1-5

Zeelab #1 Uptime_ icw exhibition space Nest.
The human desire to understand abstractions leads to new inventions, critical research and a poetic contemplation of our environment. In the midst of art and design, in the specially designed exhibition for Festival Designkwartier, Uptime is dedicated to makers who question current systems of thought and who allow collective truths to falter, because the future demands radically different systems. In a series of lectures, interviews and interventions, designers and artists enter into discussions with scientists. After each program component there is room for questions and debate.
With: Lotte Geeven, Yeb Wiersma, Vibeke Mascini, Oscar Santillán, Aliki van der Kruijs & Jos Klarenbeek, Josje Hattink, Esther Kokmeijer, Austin Camilleri, Giuseppe Licari, Nishiko, Ruben Jacobs, Luuk Heezen, Lonny van Ryswyck (Atelier NL), Bert van der Valk, Henk Oosterling, Gerbrant van Vledder, Valentijn Byvanck, Alexander van Oudenhoven, Suzanne Wallinga, Tanya Lippmann.
#2 Climate as Game Changer, icw Border Sessions.
How natural is our human habitat? With Onkruidenier, Masha Ru, Thijs de Zeeuw, Marit Mihklepp, Mans Schepers, Jan de Graaf, Harrie van der Hagen.
#3 Environmental Literacy.
A program composed icw artist Theun Karelse; with Marinus van Dijke, Wim Vrijman, Michelle Geraerts, Sjef van Gaalen, Jan de Graaf, Jeroen van Westen, Sieko Kloosterhuis, Mike Reijnierse, Nishiko, Marit Mihklepp, Marjolein Boterenbrood, Harpo ‘t Hart, Semuel Sahureka, Joyce Heckman, Maryan Klomp, Cocky Eek, Maria Verstappen, Sander Turnhout, Alice Smits, Jarl Schulp, Rembrandt Zegers, Leo van der Vlist, Frank Heckman. 
#4 Global Waves.
With Nishiko, Esther Kokmeijer, Aliki van der Kruijs and Jos Klarenbeek, Gerbant van Vledder, Henrik Richter- Alten, Marleen van der Werf, Roel Arkesteijn.
#5 Landscape Observations.
With Tiemen Cocquyt (curator Museum Boerhaave), artist Irene Kopelman and all participating artists and designers of Climate as Artifact.

Curator: Jacqueline Heerema; co-curators Francois Lombarts, Lotte Bosman.

2018: Who is nature?

Pre-program of Climate as Artifact. Essay by Lotte Bosman and Jacqueline Heerema, published in ‘The urbanization of the sea’. This book tells the story of the sea-land continuum based on the case of the North Sea with versatile projects from academia, art, literature and practice, from analysis to design. Published by nai010 publishers.

2018: Sources & Resources, Terschelling – Praputnjak, Croatia

Sources & Resources, Praputnjak (Croatia). A bilateral cultural exchange project that targets at learning and sharing perceptions of locality and time of the cultural-natural environment of Terschelling (Wadden Sea, Netherlands) and Praputnjak (Bakar Bay, Croatia). Sand and Karst landscapes, that can both be perceived as ‘sponge’ landscapes. The project is part of Tandem Fryslân, co-developed by Leeuwarden-Fryslân European Capital of Culture 2018, European Cultural Foundation, MitOst and Rijeka European Capital of Culture 2020.

I made the video work: A hole in the Sea, Bakar Bay

2017: Destination Highway Afsluitdam

The man-made Afsluitdijk (1932) is sourced as innovative milestone of geological time, landmark for climate change and highway for migration. Relict of relocated raw materials and species. Glaciers deposited till and humanity creates new conditions for iconic rare species: a rock shore habitat for migrating plants, animals and humans, in between two Natura 2000 habitats.
Participating artists: Jacqueline Heerema, Francois Lombarts, Lotte Bosman (Satellietgroep), guest artist Hugo Schuitemaker.

2017: Prospectors, 3 Layers of Landscape, Intersections Art Rotterdam

A non-romantic approach of artistic manual labour; of art as durational research methodology, disseminating the raw materials of the roles we play as observers, actors, explorers and prospectors of liminal landscapes. With the tools we need, with the landscape ingredients, archives and lexicons we collect, and with the insights we discover and share while interacting within these open air public landscape laboratories and people. Funded by Stroom and Squat Deluxe.
Participating artists: Jacqueline Heerema, Francois Lombarts (Satellietgroep), Ronald Boer, Jonmar van Vlijmen (Onkruidenier), guest artists Lotte Bosman and Flora Reznik.

2017: Tuinieren zonder Grenzen, Gardening without Borders, Oerol, Terschelling

An inquiry into the friction between indigenous and invasive species, into the dissension between the protection and development of nature on the one hand, and the conservation of cultivated land on the other. By uniting different extracts from the landscape into new products, sacred lines are breached and new questions arise concerning authenticity, nature and culture on the island.
Participating artists: Jacqueline Heerema, Francois Lombarts, Lotte Bosman (Satellietgroep), Ronald Boer, Jonmar van Vlijmen (Onkruidenier).

2014-2015: walking all the shores of The Netherlands | The Anthropogenic Coastal Atlas

Artistic researcher of The Anthropogenic Coastal Atlas, Part 1. Artistic research into the hybrid relationship of humanity and man-made nature: understanding climate change through innovatory heritage, public appropriations and storytelling. With the prospect of climate change, rising sea level, dis-balance of salt and fresh water, shifting ecologies and geopolitical strategies, migrations of people and species, pressures of tourism and energy supplies we face major coastal transitions worldwide. Transitions that may lead to conflicts, estrangements, loss of heritage and loss of more informal cultural uses of public coastal space. Understanding these processes involves disclosing new visual narratives, as the vital links for unlocking knowledge and insights of the perception of history (where we come from) and the challenges we face (where we are going).
Art commission, Rijksdienst Cultureel Erfgoed.

2013: Stellingname – Water, land & innovatory heritage

Do we resist, adapt or develop new positions?

As guest-curator for Kunstfort bij Vijfhuizen I developed a manifestation which 10 artists, local experts and scientists, who worked together to develop ‘subjective cartography’ for new positions in our approach to water, land and heritage. The Haarlemmermeerpolder is subject to constant change due to economic and ecological dynamics. Once a dangerous inland sea (so-called Water Wolf), the current landscape of the Haarlemmermeer is characterized by an accumulation of natural, social, military and hydraulic engineering history. In this layered cultural landscape, current tensions arise due to economic expansions of Schiphol Airport with a new dyke landscape against noise pollution, the ongoing need for space for housing and recreation, salinization of the polder due to saline groundwater seepage and ‘reverse flooding’ for fresh water storage, rising rivers and land subsidence. Icw Kadir van Loohuizen (photographer), Ine Geevers (curator Ja Natuurlijk), Peter van Mensch (museologist), Charlotte Geldof (architect, Future Commons 2070).

Participating artists, new art works:
Sjaak Langenberg, Veldbedden in de Polder
Francois Lombarts, Sinking into the Landscape
Jan de Graaf & Robert Schütte, Grenslandschappen
Ronald Boer, Valarie Dempsey, Brak Water, Zilt Land. Zoutbelasting of de prijs van het inpolderen
Jacqueline Verhaagen, Vloeibaar land
Marjolijn Boterenbrood, Mapping Delta-Land
Bram Esser, Mind your Step. Dwaaltochten rond Schiphol
Bram Vreeven, Vloei I

2017: Making Time | Tijd Maken

Making Time is about a shared passion for raw materials, shards, constructions and reconstructions of time and place, for exploring, collecting and archiving traces in the landscape. Together with artists, designers and experts of the Tempel, Archeology and Nature Education The Hague we explore the origin of this passion.
Participating artists, designers: Masha Ru, Nishiko, Atelier NL, Maurice Meewisse, Lotte Geeven. Invited by Festival Designkwartier, The Hague.

2016: Sea and Zandmotor, source of innovation

How do artists and designers perceive the sea and Zandmotor?
Exhibition, public program at the Tempel, Archeology and Nature Education The Hague.
Participating artists, designers: Atelier NL, Theun Karelse, ArtScience Interfaculty Royal Academy of Arts, Nienke Hoogvliet, Aliki van der Kruijs, Onkruidenier. Invited by Festival Designkwartier, The Hague.

2013: Zeelust | Sealust, for Seasouls and Sandfools

A 10 days art manifestation, themed around future coastal scenarios icw Atelier Kustkwaliteit/TU Delft, commissioned by Province of South Holland, Deltaprogramma Kust and Ministery I&M.
Venue: GEMAK, The Hague.
Participating artists, new art works:
Hugo Schuitemaker, Water as commons
Sachi Miyachi, Nishikho: Current washes ashore
Myung Feyen, Water, Sand
Jorge Bakker, In search for habitats
Bruno van den Elshout, New Horizons
Esther Kokmeijer, Six Degrees of Conjunction
Francois Lombarts, Buro Boulevard Zandvoort
Peter de Krom, Stokstaartjes
Peter Zuiderwijk, City to Sea
Esther Polak/Ivar van Bekkum, #SandMapping

2014- now: Zandgast, Zandmotor

Artist-curator for Satellietgroep of 5 years artist-in-residency and Public Expedition programs called Zandgast, to explore the Zandmotor as cultural phenomenon. A human-induced intervention in nature, the past geological era called the Pleistocene lies here on top of the current Holocene.
Zandmotor is a coastal pilot near The Hague that uses the principles of ‘Building with Nature’. This innovative project aims to generate new knowledge in times of climate change and relative sea level rise for future coastal protection. An innovation, built on the foreshore in 2011 with 21,5 million cubic meters of sand. The Zandmotor is the only Dutch area outside the dikes that is exposed to the tides and wind, built to transform and even assimilate around 2030 in sea, beach and dunes. The result is a dynamic extension of the coast, a new controlled post-natural ‘wilderness’. The Zandmotor is an publicly accessible open air scientific and artistic laboratory.

Artists-in-residency: Zoro Feigl, Theun Karelse, Josje Hattink, Esther Kokmeijer, Berndnaut Smilde, Sarah Cameron Sunde (USA), Laboratory for Microclimates, Cocky Eek, icw LocatieZ,  iii, students ElementsLab ArtScience KABK, TodaysArt, TAAK, Zandmotor fossils collectors, TU Delft, NatureCoast, Dunea, AWN, Schweigman&, Oerol, Centre for Global Heritage and Development, Leiden University, Erasmus University, the Design & History research group at TU Delft, VU Amsterdam research institute CLUE+, Hoogheemraadschap Delfland, Technasium Maris College Den Haag & more.

2014-2015: Satellietgroep initiated i.c.w. Province South Holland a cultural strategy for Zandgast, the proposed new visitor center and artist-in-residency on and about the Zandmotor as cultural phenomenon. Overtreders W, Rob Sweere and RAAAF (Rietveld Architecture-Art-Affordance) were selected for the first designs of Zandgast. Aimed at sharing new works and insights of the coexistence of humanity and the sea to enhance public and professional climate-consciousness.

2016: Zandmotor ZandGlas by Atelier NL, the first of a series of ZandGlas.
2018: Kadans by designers Aliki van der Kruijs and Jos Klarenbeek

Public Expeditions Zandmotor
Zandmotor as a cultural phenomenon, a vital learning environment
nature + culture = education

2021: Public Field Lessons #17 & #18: Van Doggerland t/m Zandmotor, on time, sea and climate; Doggerland disappeared. The Sand Motor appeared. Ten years ago, this new coastal landscape was created. What happened in the meantime and what lessons can we learn for the future? How can knowledge and imagination contribute to envision a changing living environment? From Deep Time to latest innovations.
Program: paleontology with Dick Mol, Bram Langeveld, geology with Bert van der Valk, ecology with Harrie van der Hagen (Dunea), historical geography with Frans Beekman, coastal morphology with Sierd de Vries (TU Delft), Kadans by designers Aliki van der Kruijs and Jos Klarenbeek, Strandbeest by Theo Jansen, landscape art by Nico Laan, between fossil and artifact by artist Jacqueline Heerema. Icw National Park Hollandse Duinen, Segbroek College.
2018: Public Expeditions Zandmotor#16: The Making Of Eighteen Coffee Breaks-Eight Working Hours, by artist Maurice Meewisse
2018: Public Expedition Zandmotor#15: Warming Up, guided tour by artist-curator Jacqueline Heerema.
2018: Public Expedition Zandmotor#14: Timescale of Landscape with 75 pupils Technasium Maris College Den Haag, special thanks to Hoogheemraadschap Delfland and St Ark.
2018: Public Expedition Zandmotor#13: Innovatory Heritage, by artist-curator Jacqueline Heerema, in the context of colloquim ‘Re-Scape’ hosted by The Centre for Global Heritage and Development, Leiden University, Erasmus University, the Design & History research group at TU Delft, and the VU Amsterdam research institute CLUE+
2017: Public Expedition Zandmotor#12: Landing Sites, artist-in-residence Cocky Eek, icw Schweigman& and Oerol.
2017: Public Expedition Zandmotor#11: IJzer-Iron, artist-in-residence Maurice Meewisse, Mondriaan Fonds Binnenland Gastatelier. Co-resident is Lotte Geeven.
2016: Public Expedition Solleveld & Zandmotor#10: Waterpionier, walking a timeline of 10.000 years of coastal transformations, Satellietgroep & Onkruidenier with Dunea Dune & Water, AWN, The Hague Archeology, Nature and Environmental Education, NatureCoast.
2016: Public Expedition Zandmotor#9: A Taste of the Zandmotor, Satellietgroep & Onkruidenier in the context of 5 years Zandmotor Conference.
2016: Public Expedition#8: Landschapsextracten, Performed at Polder Waterland. Satellietgroep & Onkruidenier, Waterlandse Vloed 1916, Over het IJ Festival Amsterdam.
2016: Public Expedition Zandmotor#7: Sand Songs & Climate Proof, with iii, students ElementsLab ArtScience. Artist-in-residence Esther Kokmeijer Climate Proof, Satellietgroep & Onkruidenier: A Taste of the Anthropocene.
2015: Public Expedition Zandmotor#6 : Climate Experiment, artist-in-residence Esther Kokmeijer.
2015: Public Expedition Zandmotor#5: CineMare, Artist-in-residence Laboratory for Microclimates, Zandzicht. With A Taste of the Sea by Onkruidenier.
2015: Public Expedition Zandmotor#4: Liminal Transitions, artist-in-residence Berndnaut Smilde – Breaking Light. Followed by Breaking Light#2 at Light house Scheveningen during TodaysArt 2015.
2015: Public Expedition Zandmotor#3: Staged Landscape, artist-in-residence Sarah Cameron Sunde (USA) – 36.5 / a durational performance with the sea (performance, performed at Katwijk aan Zee; presented at Sail Amsterdam). Icw TAAK and Jonas de Witte.
2015: Public Expedition Zandmotor#2: Cultural Geology, artist-in-residence Theun Karelse – Next Doggerland (publication), Fossils Soup (tasting). Artist-in-residence Josje Hattink – Mistaking Clouds for Mountains. Icw Zandmotor fossil collectors.
2014: Public Expedition Zandmotor#1: Sand Drift, artist-in-residence Zoro Feigl – Untangling the Tides. Presented at Art Rotterdam, Trendbeheer.

Icw artist initiative LocatieZ,  iii, students ElementsLab ArtScience KABK, TodaysArt, TAAK, Zandmotor fossils collectors, TU Delft, NatureCoast, Dunea, AWN, Schweigman&, Oerol, Centre for Global Heritage and Development, Leiden University, Erasmus University, the Design & History research group at TU Delft, VU Amsterdam research institute CLUE+, Hoogheemraadschap Delfland, Technasium Maris College Den Haag & more.

2012- now: Now Wakes The Sea

Artist-curator for Satellietgroep of international and bilateral exchange artist-in-residency and public programs called Now Wakes The Sea. Since 2012, developed in collaboration with international cultural partners. The programs function as an alternative source for collecting the intangible local knowledge derived from the artistic and scientific projects. New concepts and works are developed that we collect, connect and contextualize with existing works for public events like traveling film festivals, exhibitions, workshops and presentations at expert conferences. By interconnecting coastal communities, arts and science we share local knowledge on global level to gain sustainable insights on coastal transitions that transcend local and national issues.
Locations: New York City, Japan, Croatia, UK, Malta, Lithuania, Russia, Georgia, Moldova, Turkey & more; art-curatorial residencies.

Publication; NOWWAKES THE SEA.

2022: online presentations of The Anthropogenic Coastal Atlas | Now Wakes The Sea for Sinop Biennial, Sinopale 8, Turkey and for Batumi Urban Agenda, Georgia.
2018: NL-Croatia, Sources & Resources, icw Cultural Landscape Praputnjak, Tandem.
2012-2018: NL-Malta, BUOYANT – F’WICC L-ILMA, icw Austin Camilleri, Joseph Galeja.
2014-2015: NL-Scotland icw Sea Loft – Lateral Lab, artist-in-residency Lotte Bosman, Nishiko, Liz Ogelvie.
2014-2015: NL-Lithuania icw Nida Art Colony, artist-in-residency Thijs Ebbe Fokkens; co-curator of Inter Format Symposium On Flucx of Sand and Aquatic Ecosystems, artist-in-residency Theun Karelse, Jan de Graaf , Marinus van Dijke, Jeroen van Westen, Edwin Deen, Bram Esser, Francois Lombarts, Ronald Boer, Eliane Esther Bots, Jacqueline Heerema.
2015: NL-New York City icw LMCC artist-in-residency Jacqueline Heerema, Ronald Boer, Governors Island as Climate Hub; Sarah Cameron Sunde, 36.5-A durational performance with the sea.
2015: NL-Russia: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kaliningrad icw NAC, artist-in-residency Maurice Bogaert, Videoscript ‘Showing a Stuffed Polar Bear What We Found Out About The Arctic’; Ilya Grishev.
2013: NL-Moldova, icw MediArt Dialogue, Art Plodashka,Teatru Spalatorie, KSAK, artist-in-residency Maarten de Kroon, Landlocked; Tatiana Fiodorova, The Lost Sea; Nicoleta Esinencu.
2013: NL-Georgia, icw GeoAir, artist-in-residency Astrid Bussink, Little Dubai; Ana Tsimintia.
2013: Publication Now Wakes The Sea, NL-TR.
2012: NL-Turkey – Sinop, Istanbul, icw European Cultural Association/Europist, artist-in-residency Maurice Bogaert, Guest Worker, Everything will be beautiful; Bahanur Nasya, Yilmaz Vurucu, The Sea in Me.

2013-2018: DCR Gueststudios

Artist-curator for Satellietgroep of 6 years self directed and curated artists-in-residency programs at De DCR in The Hague. De DCR is a cultural incubator that also houses 35 permanent studios for artists and designers, including the studio of Satellietgroep, Zaal 3 – laboratory for Performing Arts of Theater aan het Spui, sound studio Loos, Cloud Danslab and exhibition space Nest.
Artist-in-residency: Sachi Miyachi, Masha Ru, Onkruidenier, Austin Camilleri, Lina Issa and Mayar Alexan icw Dancing on the Edge Festival, Stef Veldhuis, I-Chern Lai, Nobuyuki Yamamoto, Yasunori Kawamatsu,  Liz Ogelvie icw Sea Loft-Lateral Lab Scotland, Budhaditya Chattopadhyay, Till Bovermann, Lars Kynde, Tobias Lukassen, Christian Liljedahl icw iii, Korzo, Henry Alles, Puck Verkade and many more.

2009-2015: Badgast

Artist-curator for Satellietgroep of 5 years international artist-in-residency and public programs in one-and-a-half stacked recycled shipping container, called Badgast. Build by Refunc Recycle Architects in the middle of the temporary surfing village called F.A.S.T.  Exploring the artistic scope of the sea while hosting artists, designers, philosophers and filmmakers, while developing year round public programs with open-air Cinema & Talks@Sea in the context of a touristic destination, the urban beach resort called Scheveningen.

Publication: BADGAST.
Permanent 24/7 public open air exhibition at boulevard Scheveningen: ZEESPIEGEL.

Artist-in-residency: Failed Architecture, Henrik Lund Jørgensen, Tatiana Fiodorova, Ana Tsimintia, Nicoleta Esinencu, Maarten Boswijk, Nishiko & Sachi Miyachi, Eric van Straaten, Esther Kokmeijer, Jan de Graaf, Eliane Esther Bots, Frouke Wiarda,, Frank Dean (Frank Bloem & Edwin Deen), Chris Dobrowolski, Janine Schrijver, Jacolijn Verhoef & Aram Tanis, Nadine O’Garra & Nathalie Fixon, Mariëlle Videler, Fabrice Schomberg, Giuseppe Licari & Cristina Ampatzidou, James Geurts, Ibrahim Ineke, Sieko Kloosterhuis, Gemma Pauwels, Danilo Murro, Ronald Boer & Valerie Dempsey, Annechien Meier & René Jansen, Francois Lombarts, Bram Esser, Sjaak Langenberg & Rosé de Beer, Vesta Kroese, Simone Knaapen, Rana ElNemr, Esther Polak & Ivar van Bekkum. Cinema & Talks @Sea with David Horvitz, Maarten de Kroon, Channa Boon and more.

2006-2009 Satellieteiland, where art is the first form of life, nomadic

In January 2006, awareness that the North Sea may be perceived as a construction site or energy landscape to fit our needs instigated artists collective Satellietgroep to question ‘To whom belongs the sea?’ The initiative was triggered by the remarkable lack of involvement of arts, culture and heritage in the master plans for coastal transitions in The Netherlands, especially in The Hague, with top down reconstructions for urban beach resorts Scheveningen and Kijkduin and with the prospect of islands in front of the coast. Prospects of innovative engineering that raise questions about modifying public cultural space.
With this concept, Satellietgroep kicked off in 2006 with a fake news article ‘Kunst beschermt kust’ (Art protects coast). In anticipation of the future coastal expansions, the collective conceptually appropriated one of the artificial islands. A 3-year nomadic program evolved.

2008: Geen zee – No sea, S.MAG#2, co-author.
2007: Het Zeedelijk, S.MAG#1, author.

1986-2013: artist-advisor, research art in public space, art commissions
art as strategy in (sub)urban transformations

2013: Schreihuisje, Gemeente Schiedam
2012: Artistiek vooronderzoek Malta, EU Culturele Hoofdstad 2018, Gemeente Den Haag
2010: Kolenkit, Koers West, Gemeente Amsterdam
2010: Poelenburg bouwt Poelenburg, Gemeente Zaanstad
2010: Op Scheveningen, Woningbouwcoöperatie Vestia Scheveningen
2007-2009: Zeehelden kwartier voor speciale zaken, kunstopdracht Stroom Den Haag
2007: DIY-DHZW, Stroom Den Haag
2006: Hotels De Wachter, Gemeente Leidschendam-Voorburg, Provincie Zuid-Holland
2006: Proefstation Spoorbuurt, Gemeente Alkmaar
2001: Code, Hoogvliet, Rotterdam EU Culturele Hoofdstad
2000: Speelkaart Rotterdam, Kidsgids
2000: Speelkaart Den Haag, Kidsgids
1999: Hinkstapsprong, handleiding voor het ontwikkelen en opzetten van speelterreinen, Haags Steunpunt Speelterreinen
1999: 3 Schoolbuurtspeelpleinen, Basisschool Galvani, Den Haag
1998: Concept [kunst + psyche], Parnassia Den Haag
1998: 10x beter bekeken, Kunstuitleen Nieuwegein
1996: indentiteit en branding, Voorlichtingsbureau Margarine, Vetten en Oliën, Rijswijk 
1995: Multiple Choice, Historisch Museum Rotterdam
1994: Medisch Kinderdagverblijf, Hellevoetsluis
1992: Ellips, neonlichtobject in de vide van het Voedingscentrum, kunstopdracht Ministerie van WVC
1990: identiteit en branding, Voedingscentrum, Ministerie van WVC
1989: Routes en Rustpunten, Jaarbeurs Utrecht
1988: Staal en Steen, kunstopdracht RIAGG Zuid Hollandse Eilanden
1987: Licht en Steen, Luce di Nero, Zoetermeer
1986: Entreeproject ‘t Zomerse Hof, glas en licht, kunstopdracht, gezinsvervangend tehuis voor meervoudig gehandicapte kinderen, Den Haag

art projects
art as public space

2012: Xlendi, video, Malta
2010: Beachcam, stop motion video with captured cam footage, Scheveningen.
2009: Re-Lovers Only, De DCR, The Hague
2008: Halte Palenstein, Zoetermeer
2006 Kunstriffen, art reefs, STORM, Maakhaven
2003: Heden Verse Kunst, Quartair, Stroom Den Haag
2002: Water – Source, Maeslantkering, Hoek van Holland
2001 – 2005: Krant, Stroom Den Haag
2002: Groeten uit Den Haag, Greetings from The Hague, Pulchri Studio, Haagse Kunstkring, Arti et Industriae, Vrije Academie, 1646, het Archief, Koninklijke Academie, Quartiar, Stroom Den Haag
2002: Snoeien in de stoffering van de stad, Pruning the upholstery of the city, HRL, The Hague
2001: Schommel, Swing, TENT, Witte de Withstraat Rotterdam
2001: Mijn stad / Jouw stad, Delft, Stroom Den Haag
2001: Le Songe d’un Promeneur, artist-in-residency, Limoges, France
2000: A Table, artist-in-residency, Auvergne, France
1999: Kleur is een gedachte, Galerie Kadans, Den Haag
1999: Waar kijkt u naar als u in de spiegel kijkt? Rembrandt2000, Den Haag
1998: Daar – Hier, Kunstuitleen Nieuwengein
1998: Kunt u mij ook zeggen waar ik de toiletten kan vinden? Stadhuis Den Haag, Stroom Den Haag
1993: Neusje van de Zalm, Museum Flehite, Amersfoort
1993: Kader, Galerie Edison, Den Haag
1990: Het ervaren van Ruimte, Galerie Stek, Rotterdam
1989: Spanning tussen Massa’s, Beeldenroute Pulchri Studio, Lange Voorhout Den Haag