Here are some


#Time Machine

A series of digital designs for the publication 'Recipes for the Future' by Onomatopee and the Dutch embassy in Berlin.

Works on White / with Badgewearer

Video films & performances

Works on White present quotes and comments, landscapes and textures, beats and linearities, all dealing with the notion of White. White in relation to identity and as an abstraction.

08-09/02/19 Kunst&Complex, Rotterdam, NL

10/02/19 Extrapool, Nijmegen, NL

18/04/19 Guild Cinema, Albuquerque, USA with Tiny Americans

20/04/19 Center for Peace , "       "         "

24/04/19 Jhonny's warehouse, Tucson,  "         "

22/05/19 screening of Works on White #2, Off-Screen, Rotterdam

19/06/19 WORM, Rotterdam, NL

21/09/19 Magacin, Belgrade, RS

24/09/19 DorcolPlatz, Belgrade, RS

28/09/19 LaboNovo, Reillanne, FR

10/11/19 Le Mini Who, with WORM, Utrecht, NL

07/03/20 Ursula Walter gallery, Dresden, DE

29/03/20 Ann Arbor film festival, Michigan, " (streamed)

23/12/20-10/01/21 Hilton Art Lab,three channel inst., Rotterdam

Videos and drawings

Solo exhibition at Ursula Walter Gallery,Dresden,DE. Including the installation Broom Groom on transparent screens.

07/03-30/05 2020


An interactive video installation.


Dealing with transitions in time and space. Taking place in Belgrade as two fictional cities. 6-10 Oct.2021 at the V2_lab Rotterdam. Here with the actress Maja Mitic as Fadela.

With the major support of the Dutch Creative Industries fund.


A dance film, being worked on these days, as a corona-project, communicated over the internet between the dancers Ana Obradović,Jovana Grujić and Nemanja Bošković in Serbia and me in front of the screen in the Netherlands. With music by Dirk Bruinsma.


A project in progress: following the process of milk turning into powder with several connotations implications questions meanings and so on. Starting in Vevey, Switzerland.

Broom Groom

Video installation

03/04-29/11 2020 at The Science Gallery, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam

A three channel video adjusted here to a monitor-presentation.

With music by Marc Verhoeven.