UntitledSelf initiated project Still very much in progress, this project focuses on the greenhouses of mayor botanical gardens in Europe. Churgical RobotsEditorial / De Correspondent After the introduction of the first remote controlled surgical instrument, the Puma 560, in 1985, robotics assisted surgery has made a rapid development. Nowadays The Da Vinci Surgical System is being used in more and more hospitals … Quantum computingEditorial / De Correspondent The race for quantum computing is on; universities worldwide, as well as companies like Google and Intel are trying to build the first working quantum computer in the world. Quantum computers are predicted to revolutionize the way computers work; they will be able to process large amounts of data exponentially faster than our any current super-computer. Hidden WaterworksEditorial for Dutch weekly Vrij Nederland This series was commissioned by weekly magazine Vrij Nederland, as part of the 2014 Vrij Nederland Fotoverhaal contest. TypologySelf initiated project – KnibbelerWetzer Despite all our desires for untamed wilderness, culture and nature are intrinsically connected. As an intervention in nature, bonsai is very artificial, but within it lies a deep knowledge of, and longing for nature. Lost WorldsWhen you think about it, you cannot deny that the ‘Lost World’ concept is the sum of reinterpretations of images – and ideas – of nature, that exists as long as nature’s exploitation. In this series I link the virtual landscapes that are the scenery in computer games, to the representation of and theories about the ‘Lost World’. ArborealThe images in this book were collected using a combination of the keywords tree and planting in the search engines of ANP, AP, Corbis, CTK, EPA, Getty, ImageChina and Reuters. The Bonsai Project: Untitled (Tattoo) – video In His HouseSelf initiated project / photobook Since the 1960’s Dutch society has distanced itself more and more from fait. About 7000 of the one-time 12.000 Dutch churches are still standing, but the existence is threatened of half of these. Most of our churches are important landmarks, have great architectural and communal value. When the choice has been made to allow a church a new function, what, then, could be considered worthy reuse?