reading Bruno Latour's An Inquiry into Modes of Existence and Deleuze & Guattari's Anti-Oedipus

writing for the contemporary art magazine Metropolis M in the context of an internship

Matters of Being

Matters of Being is a screening series at iii curated by Nele Brökelmann presenting documentary films about artists, thinkers, scientists, as well as experimental films by artists and independent filmmakers. Matters of Being wants to allow our minds to wander and stumble upon new associations in the illuminating darkness of the cinema setting.

Matters of Being #4 – Flickering Present (Tony Conrad)

04 July, 15:00-16:45, iii project space




28| review for Metropolis M: “You died today.” - meditating on your own disintegrating body with Vibeke Mascini and Babs Bakels
13| filmscreening: Matters of Being #3 – Aspiring the Unknown (Karina Beumer and Anna Moreno)
11| review for Metropolis M: Wespen, waterdamp en zonnebrand - wandelen over het strand met geurkunstenaar Frank Bloem


26 | feature for Metropolis M: Learning from non-human agents - visiting Minne Kersten’s Constant Companion at Hotel Maria Kapel
23 | feature for Metropolis M: De maker achter de maker - Charly van Rest over goed kijken en luisteren
03 | feature for Metropolis M: Thinking in public - A portrait of Shimmer


12 | collective [蒸汽船] Steamboat writing: [说话中] Being in Utterance (v.1)
05 | feature for Metropolis M: Where are those stars to shoot for? - in conversation with artist and writer Mayis Rukel


09 | review for Metropolis M: How to become we-beings: A long-term vision for art, cultural workers and the climate crisis at the JVE


Window-Love-Lab Presentation at Trixie the Hague

WINDOW ❤️ LAB 1.1 Presentation at Trixie The Hague with Eden Latham

WINDOW ❤️ LAB is a series of window-based exhibitions created as a dialogue between the members of TR/X/E. The works are fully available to view and interact with from the street.

the accompanying exploratory essay #3 Shifting Perspectives (February 2021)

2020.10-12 drawing for the research residency presentation at Witte Rook in Breda: platform, noun, often attributive

“Can a platform encourage us to wander through the non-linear layers of the world?”
Research Residency and Process Presentation, at Witte Rook in Breda. Made possible with kind support of Stroom Den Haag in the form of research subsidy.

more info and the video essay Platform | noun, often attributive (part 1, november 2020)
the exploratory essay #2 A Matter of Time that forms the backbone for the video essay
an interview that was prepared during my research residency at Witte Rook


13 | filmscreening: Matters of Being #2 – Concepts of Belonging (Toshie Takeuchi, Jasper Kuipers, Matteo Marangoni)

04 - 25 | [蒸汽船] Steamboat exhibition, workshops and collective drift @ Trixie in The Hague (NL)


For more info click here.


23 | [蒸汽船] Steamboat Online Artist Talk

Nele Brökelmann, Katarina Petrović and June Yu in conversation with Hans Overvliet (ruimteCAESUUR) and Esther van Rosmalen (Witte Rook)



07.11 - 08.23 | [蒸汽船] Steamboat exhibition at ruimteCAESUUR in Middelburg (NL), organised in collaboration with Witte Rook


For more info click here.


07 | filmscreening: Matters of Being #1 – Ordinary Sounds (Alvin Lucier, William Carlos Williams)


My article Hallways: Imaginary passages got published as part of a special issue on Brutal International Law in the journal New Perspectives


reading Bruno Latour's An Inquiry into Modes of Existence: An Anthropology of the Moderns


writing about hallways as imaginary passages and thinking about structures of support


01 | participated in The Other Book Fair with Trixie at The Grey Space in the Middle in the Hague (NL)

reading Eduardo Kohn's How Forests Think


16-17 | participating in the Creative Coding workshop at iii in the Hague (NL) by Sabrina Verhage

reading Naomi Klein's On Fire


writing about anchor points, how they resonate with each other, change through time and create a framework for a reality - an experience of the world
anchor points

reading Hartmut Rosa's Unverfügbarkeit


thinking about origins, anchor points and transversive signifiers

reading Franco 'Bifo' Berardi's Futurability - The Age of Impotence and the Horizon of Possibility

20-22 | participating in the Training for the Future at the Ruhrtriennale in Bochum (DE) curated by Jonas Staal and Florian Malzacher

settling into my new studio space at Trixie

Trixie The Hague


thinking about origins and transversive signifiers

reading Brian Massumi's The Power at the End of the Economy