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about this webspace
This website is an online portfolio, the main focus of which is the presentation of a selection of my photographic work. I occasionally publish new images, but only if I consider them suitable for this online format. Next to the portfolio, I also made a section (the ︎ icon) with other projects and installations, including a selection of projects I organised in collaboration with students from the ArtScience Interfaculty.

I always had doubts whether I should make my work available online, since online presentation has many disadvantages. First and foremost when it comes to the experience of the work. How do you control this experience? maintain quality over the physical dimensions of seeing? Next to these issues there are, of course, questions of authenticity: how to claim ownership over the images. These and other questions must be considered when building an online portfolio; hence my decision to only show a selection of images. At the same time, I feel I still can exert some control. By creating a digital presentation template, suitable for websites, the presentation resembles the original work, maintains its intricate quality - though in a slightly different way...

Titles_ Some of the titles (or descriptions) I use are either directly taken from, or based on accounts I encountered in novels, articles, songs or other narrative types. As such, these titles are all examples of ekphrasis; paintings that are about books, books that are about paintings, even songs that are about books, paintings or films. In fact, given the right circumstances, any art may describe any other art, especially if a rhetorical element is present. Over the past five of six years I have collected over 200 words or sentences that are somehow relevant for the ‘worlds’ I’m building. Either inspired by colours, the behaviour of chemicals or other physical phenomena, or by the associations that are conjured by the structures and shapes.




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