I was commissioned by artist Constance Tenvik to make a collection of candy-coloured ‘Soft Armour’ costumes. Playing with notions of nostalgic folklore whilst unapologetically invading the male world of knights and knighthood, Tenvik invited me to create ‘living images’ from a series of drawings that she produced. My costumes were featured as part of a film in the exhibition, which has taken place across several venues.
The Amsterdam based advertising agency Lemz commissioned me to make this ‘two-for-onesie’, which appeared in an a commercial for green energy company, Greenchoice.
I was commissioned by performer and cabaret artist, Stefano Keizers to make a costume for his debut solo cabaret show, ‘Erg Heel’. To reflect the personal and intimate content of the show, the costume I made was a tight and revealing bodysuit that got close to the skin.
For artist Tim Enthoven’s 2017 exhibition, ‘I could see the smallest thing...’, which took place at Antenna Space in Shanghai, I was commissioned to design a sculptural carpet of hugging children’s bodies.
As part of Bart Eysink Smeets’s 2012 graduation project at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, I was commissioned to design a plastic figure. By reproducing this identical figure several times, Smeets’s work explores the juxtaposition between the real and the artificial.
Questions Collective were commissioned to take over the old Phillips factory in Hoorn, North Holland. Tasked with bringing the factory to life before it was transformed by renovation; we explored the factory’s past, present and the future through a series of performances, soundscapes, images, dance, workshops, theatre and music.
I made a palm tree for the film Limburgia, which was directed by Noël Loozen and produced by the Berlin and Amsterdam based production company, Halal.
I collaborated with photographer Sophie Wright on the styling and location scouting for the Dora Larsen Lingerie project, ‘Lingerie as Art’, which I was also the model for.
The Berlin and Amsterdam based production company Halal commissioned me to design a suit made out of plastic bottles, which appeared in a video directed by Johan Kramer.
I was the primary art director on Makam’s (Dekmantel) music video for the song ‘Mai Pen Rai’. The video was directed by Mr Boonstra and Bas van de Poel and was shot in an abandoned theatre.