Being trained as an archeologist, I am fascinated to discover layers by digging and to expose carefully what is hidden. Socially alert and sensitive to injustice, I feel the necessity to explore the dichotomy between what we see and what really “is”, what the unconscious biases are that influence or corrupt our vision, and to express this frustration by photography (analog and digital), drawings, installations, film, …

The result cannot be unequivocal and therefore has, preferably, many layers, showing essentially tactile vulnerability. This sometimes engenders monumental, sometimes very subtle images and objects.

Tactility and fragility, transparency and tonality: they all enhance the intensity and readability of the work. “Serendipity” is essential in the materialization of my work: starting from a supposedly objective reality, merely by a non permanent way of fixing the images, new images and realities originate; on the other hand, individual, existing images become in an aleatory way  part of new compositions.


UGent, Master of Arts, 1982

Academie (Brasschaat, Kapellen, Hoogstraten, KASKA DKO & Berchem): drawing, painting, monumental arts, silkscreen, photography, old photographic techniques (Wet Collodion, Emulsion lift, Gum Oil, Lith), 1985-2023


2023: Willem Van Laarstraat, Berchem (duo exhibition)

2022: Zebrastraat, Ghent (group exhibition)

2021: Campo & Campo, Antwerp (group exhibition)

2019: Zuiderpershuis, Antwerp (group exhibition)