White Paper and a Black Box
Pulchri, Den Haag
20.08.2022 - 13.09.2022
White Paper and a Black Box (2020) will be exhibited at Pulchri, The Hague together with the works of Jessica Nap

The opening will be on 20th of August at 15.00. Feel free to come! 

White Paper and a Black Box (2020) is published in De Correspondent.

"Ik zie, ik zie wat jij niet ziet: oorlogsdreiging in het poolgebied"
Samen met oorlogscorrespondent Lennart Hofman, werkte ik aan een artikel over de moeilijk te vatten dreiging aan de Noors-Russische grens. 

"I see, I see what you don't see: threat of war in the Arctic"
Together with war correspondent Lennart Hofman, I worked on an article about the elusive threat on the Norwegian-Russian border.
Image: Studio de Boer & de Vet
10.09.2020 - 13.09.2020
White Paper and a Black Box (2020) is part of the graduation exhibition of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
I am very happy to be featured on It's Nice That as one of the Graduates of 2020! Many thanks to the whole team and especially to Ruby Boddington for the interview and kind words!
Read the whole article here

06.2020 - 08.2020
I am delighted to take part in the workshop 'The Camera as Political Apparatus : An unromantic take on Documentary Practice' part of the online educational program 'Once upon a time ...'. This program is conceived by Mathieu Asselin and Sergio Valenzuela Escobedo in collaboration with Atelier NŌUA.

My thesis 'The Photographic Mapping of Contemporary Warfare' is designed and printed! In here, I have researched how the photographic medium is able to represent contemporary warfare in order to inform and create space for thought. Many thanks to Akina Lopez for the design.​​​​​​​

21.05.2020 - 28.05.2020
Print sale 'Exit Strategies'. This special edition of prints, with works by the 38 graduating photography students of Royal Academy of Art The Hague, is curated by Alessia Glaviano. The print sale is to support our graduation show, coming up in September, and 10% of our profits are be donated to a selected group of charities in relation to COVID–19. https://exitstrategies.store
Presentation of Mapping the Uncertainty of Warfare at Stroom, Den Haag on the 10th of January 2020. The presentation was part of the launch of the publication. After our presentation and that of two invited quests, we led and part took in a panel discussion on 'Aesthetic Journalism'.  

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