Visit to Sjoerd Knibbeler’s studio
On October 28th Club Foam visits the studio of Sjoerd Knibbeler. The work of Knibbeler (1981) focuses on visualising invisible natural phenomena such as the wind, air movement and climatological conditions.

Knibbeler creates a world that follows his own logic, where associative relationships and imagination play a key part. He is inspired by subjects such as flying, aeroplanes, aerodynamics and climatology.

During the evening we visit his studio in Amsterdam and Sjoerd Knibbeler explains how he approaches his work. This visit is exclusively for Club Foam members and takes place from 8 to 9.30 pm.

Sjoerd Knibbeler studied at the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague, and is represented by Galerie LhGWR in The Hague. His work was on show at this gallery during the Unseen Photo Fair 2015. This year Sjoerd Knibbeler won the prestigious Grand Prix du Jury Photographie at the 30th International Festival of Fashion and Photography in Hyères, France. Earlier in 2015 his exhibition Digging Up Clouds was on display in Foam 3h.

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Visit to Sjoerd Knibbeler’s studio