I am a multidisciplinary curator and producer working internationally.
Since 2006, I have been working as curator and producer of film and multidisciplinary programs and special events for the some of the leading festivals, cinemas, cultural venues, art institutions and musea in The Netherlands (Van Gogh Museum, IDFA, EYE, Goethe-Institut, Institut Français, FOAM…), Australia (ACMI, Dark Mofo, Sydney Film Festival, Australian Cinematheque, NFSA, Italian Cultural Institute…), and Hong Kong (M+).
In 2011 I established Cracking the Frame, the longest running regular program dedicated to art documentaries in Europe, and I am the artistic director of the multidisciplinary art platform Cracking the Frame Presents.
I am the co-founder of |Cine|Sonic|, a creative platform dedicated to present silent films and video art with new commissioned scores. CS soundtracks have been performed live by acclaimed international composers and musicians, such as Hauschka, Shackleton, Robert Lippok, Pole, Wolfgang Voigt, Rabih Beaini, Legowelt and Barbara Morgenstern.
Since relocating to Sydney, I curated retrospectives and film concerts for the Italian Cultural Institute and collaborated with Sydney Living Museums.
Since 2018 I curate and produce the acclaimed national film concert program KinoKonzert for the Goethe-Institut.
Next to my curatorial practices, I produced two feature films – Daisuke Miyazaki’s ‘Yamato (California)’, which had its World Premiere at the Festival Du Nouveau Cinema in Montreal in October 2016 and was released theatrically in Japan, and Miraculous Trajectories, an hybrid production directed by the renowned Chinese visual artist Cheng Ran, with music by Shao Yanpeng. Miraculous Trajectories had its international premiere at Art Basel Hong Kong in March 2019 and its Australian premiere at the Sydney Opera House as part of Vivid Festival in June 2019.