Art & activism

Art and activism, 

it’s a symbiotic relationship,


As humanity faces pressing challenges such as a changing climate and social injustice, in my opinion in art we have a responsibility to shed light on these issues and inspire action.

By harnessing the expressive power of art, individuals and communities can challenge the status quo, provoke dialogue, and ignite the collective consciousness necessary for meaningful change.

There’s an elephant in the room, 

 ( the lack of sense of necessity )

Eleven days, 3086 pages. November 2022

A blistering performance according to The Guardian.

There’s an elephant in the room (the lack of sense of necessity) The Hague, The Netherlands.

Eleven days 10 hours a day between November 7 and November 17 - 2022 changing the full 3086 pages of the IPCC* climate reports into confetti by hand.
The art performance / intervention invited the viewer into the work to turn the report into confetti together, knowing the importance of the report where at the same time in Sharm-el-Sheikh, Egypt the COP27 was going on.


Amare* The Hague, 7-17 November 2022.

An eleven day art intervention / performance during COP27 (Conference of the Parties) 

COP27 is the 27th annual UN meeting on climate. COP27 was taking place in Sharm el-Sheikh Egypt.

* Amare, The Hague (house for the arts @ NDT, Royal Conservatoire and the Residentie Orkest.)
* (IPCC The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the United Nations organization for assessing the risks of climate change.)