Mark It Down • 2021

Art should be accessible to everyone, and this is achieved by bringing creators and spectators together in a visual-spatial interplay.

Mark It Down is a collaborative mural initiative realized on a 1200m2 canvas at the Rhôneweg in Amsterdam.

It was made possible through a collaboration with Sikkens, the MAKERSTOREN, and a group of international artists…
For more information visit the official website.

Categorised as Paintings

Flash • 2021

A digitally rendered ongoing series of black-and white drawings made to be used as a reference for a tattoo.

The designs are built around a modern-day mythology told in pictures, incorporating short one-sheet stories as well as some that arch over multiple sheets. There is no right way of reading them as the stories vary from each viewers interpretation.

Blok • 2021

“Blok” is a grey, concrete, low-cost apartment building.
It’s a place people live in, but it also lives in people.

Inspired by a year in isolation, Blok is an ongoing painting series exploring themes of liminal spaces and the unconscious.

Better times
acrylic on canvas • 100x100cm
Dream 2
acrylic on canvas • 28x68cm
In Your Area
acrylic on canvas • 24x30cm
Dream 2
acrylic on canvas • 27x28cm
11AM Sense of Dread
acrylic on canvas • 60x80cm
Dream 1
acrylic on canvas • 49x69cm

Featured shows

2021 – House Peace. Hotel Mokum, Amsterdam

2021 – Dit is Culture. Red Floor Gallery, Rotterdam

Categorised as Paintings

PSA2020 • Video Game Project

An independent video game project started in march 2020 during the global pandemic.

PSA2020 is a surrealist role-playing-game (RPG) exploring themes of mental health and life in quarantine. Following Jane’s journey through the fever-dream like world where the story slowly unfolds as you delve deeper into the world of the unconscious.

Latest updates and information can be found on the game’s Discord server, Reddit page and in devlogs on YouTube.

We Are Data • 2021

We have finally achieved Immortality. Our beings are transported into the digital realm where they can all live forever.

To save as much data as possible, we are reduced to our most essential selves. On monotone canvases of 13 x 17 pixels our portraits are saved into the cyberspace.

In this ongoing series of portraits I explore themes of immortality, digitalism, collectivism and mass surveillance.

Categorised as Paintings