Isolde Venrooy’s artistic practice characterizes itself by researching, developing and applying new ways of experiencing the world around us together with others; participants, co-authors, friends. Isolde believes that art is capable of altering structures. By disrupting these structures, art can, even if only for a brief moment, provide a glimpse of the possible alternatives and orientations. Through a combination of objects, activities and relations Isolde ventures into the world, artistically challenging how we actually perceive each other and our surroundings. This will result in activities such as giving and receiving, walking and collaborating. Her essential attitude does not limit itself to creating on her own. Isolde’s artistic approach is fueled through her extensive interdisciplinary educational projects at ArtEZ University of the Arts and by collaborating in many different projects such as creating publications and developing walks in assignment for example commissioned by Slow Writing Lab initiated by Dutch Foundation for Literature or Perdu in Amsterdam.