November 2019


Interview about TRACK, my work for Biennale Gelderland in Metropolis M online. Written by Lotte van Geijn.

7 January – 31 March 2021


I am selected for a three month residency at SUNDAYMORNING@EKWC in 2021. EKWC is an international workplace where artists, designers and architects explore the technical and artistic possibilities of ceramics.

February-June 2020


Together with Marlies van Hak I am a 'critical friend' of Honours lab Science meets art: Da Vinci in the twenty-first century. Honours lab is part of the Radboud Honours Academy Nijmegen. In six meetings, Radboud University students will investigate how art can make a difference in the academic world.

June 2020


Programming Zomerlab PREPPEN 2020 for ArtEZ University of the Arts. Zomerlab PREPPEN is an interdisciplinary project in which approximately 100 students art & design and interior architecture work on topical issues in society. Participating artists: Daan Couzijn, Tinkebell, Maureen Ghazal, Andre Pielage, Bart van de Woestijne, Maarten Bel.

Postponed because of the coronavirus


Exhibition at the new location of Gallery O-68, formerly a church and a gymnastics room. Participating artists: Harrie Gerritz, Marena Seeling, Isolde Venrooy. Location: Oranjestraat 74, Velp

October 2019 – January 2020


The Biennale Gelderland exhibition can be visited till January 5th 2020 in Museum Het Valkhof Nijmegen. Participating artists: Frank Bruggeman, Mirka Farabegoli, Gijs Frieling, Roos van Haaften, Seet van Hout, Karlijn Janssen, Aldwin Lehr, Thijs Linssen, Erik Mattijssen, Erik Odijk, Maria Roosen, Rob Sweere, Gerda ten Thije, Isolde Venrooy, Gijs Verhoofstad, Rob Voerman.

7 March 2020 – postponed because of the coronavirus


Participating in exhibiton Hooglicht at Omstand Arnhem. Participating artists: Jochem Rotteveel, Karlijn Janssen, Richard van der Aa, Maaike Kramer, Hans Everaert, Franck Gribling, Isolde Venrooy, Kathleen Huys and Simon Oud. Opening: 7 March at 16h. Curated by Marena Seeling.

June 2019


Participating artists at Festival Invisible Landscape: Florentijn Hofman, Rob Sweere, Isolde Venrooy, Gijs Verhoofstad and Waag Society. Curator: Isabelle Bisseling. Location: Van Borsselenweg 36, Oosterbeek.