Co-founder of:
When Site Lost the Plot (link)

Currently and upcoming:
March, 2022, The Whole Life Congress, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin

Domestic Concerns (2021)

This project is an engage­ment in re-constel­la­ting sequential images of collective memory housed in the collapsed building of the Histo­ri­sches Archiv der Stadt Köln.

On a Possible Passing From the Inscription to the Body (2020)

Digital technologies combine with human hair to circumnavigate the transhistorical temporality of an object by activating new inscriptions to its body, as well as our own, through reciprocal heuristic involvement.

Tropical, Objects, Turns (2019)

Can forms and ideas from the global South, contained within the Tropical objects of European museums, lead us to future adaptations for our new climate conditions?

A Dissonance of Landscapes (2019)

Ten Export Winter Landscapes are taken out from the dark museum archive and a conversation is shaped between two historical contexts, collaging them into one heterogeneous scene.

La Grande Transformation (2019)

A project researching the transformation of contemporary objects that were forced to change through the paradigm of 20th century modernisation.

From Props to Objects (2019)

A performance about De Appel’s unintended collection; consisting of a group of artworks and other objects that have been coincidentally assembled in the archive throughout the institution’s history.

From Pyongyang to Pluto and Back (2019)

A journey through a diaspora of images and people in search of North Korea, one of the world’s most inaccessible and unknown places.

Post Ghost Bust (2019)

Using the performativity of ghosts as a medium to explore their links to colonial modernity, archiving, folk culture and the collective imagination.

Berlin, Inside Out (2018)

Research concerning different methodologies of contemporary mediation in three different museums by exploring the relationship between artefacts inside the depots and their outside realities.

Dutch Wife (2017⁠–⁠2018)

Using the performativity of repatriation and remaking, archival and field research from Indonesia and the Netherlands are brought together to investigate the notion of “return” as a pattern for remedying colonial objects.

Inside Out, ZZM (2016)

A project connecting the objects in the archive of the Zuiderzeemuseum with the region’s geographically transformative history of dike-building and its contemporary location.