In my study I started to delve into the role that heritage plays in spatial transformations and the communication about this with stakeholders in society. The physical space in which we live is constantly changing and heritage can be an interesting tool for making the zeitgeist visible. I am particularly interested in various social developments such as emerging tourism, climate change and population growth and their relationship to the urban landscape. My goal is to translate invisible phenomena that mark the world into something visual to open dialogue on these topics. I did a minor Exhibition Design & Cultural Entrepreneurship, in which I experimented with different types of storytelling such as exhibitions, cross-media projects, talk shows etc.
Sluisdeurenloods - draft
The Sluisdeurenloods - Canal Lock Gates Warehouse - is a cultural landmark that connects us to a part of the history in which the harbor of Amsterdam was one of the most important places of the city.