Photographer based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
For questions, assignments, or inquiries about my work please feel free to contact me:
Louwesweg 1, 115
1066 EA Amsterdam
Through her work, Zwietering investigates how we, as humans, relate to climate change while living in the context of a city. She approaches man made structures, like buildings and streets, not as permanent landmarks, bus as ephemeral objects in time and space. To capture the essence of human control, or lack thereof, over nature.
BA of Arts, photography
Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague.
Part of the honors program of the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague.
Supervised by Hans Scholten and Corinne Noordenbos.
VWO, secondary education
Gerrit van der Veen College, Amsterdam
NARS residency, group exhibit, New York
Bron, Solastalgia, solo exhibition, IISS (International Institute of Social Science), The Hague.
Bron, Solastalgia, solo exhibition at Voxpop,Uva, Amsterdam.
Bron, part of Fotofestival Schiedam.
Bron, solo exhibition, Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam.
Bron, solo exhibition, WG-Kunst, Amsterdam.
Brick Walls and Cardboard Boxes, group show: Fauna #3 Urban/City, HOOP, The Hague.
160.000m2, an eerie calm, graduation exhibition, KABK, The Hague.
Scene #001, part of group show ‘Paradise Lost’, PMB, (municipality, Amsterdam)
Tony’s Kiosk, solo exhibition, Volkshotel, Amsterdam.
Tony’s Kiosk, solo exhibition, OBA (Public Library), Amsterdam.
Interviews, Features, and Texts
Broad magazine, feature and publication (print)
Paper Journal, feature
Kiekie Tabloid, Interview and feature
The independant daily, feature
F*cking young, Feature
Kaltblut Magazine, publication
Havenloods Rotterdam, feature (print)
Self publish be Happy, feature
Residencies, Awards, and Stipends
Mondriaan Stipend, Emering artist
AFK stipend, Corona loket
Artist-in-residence, NARS, Brooklyn, NY (USA)
Scan Photobook Award, selection.
Selfpublished a book: 160.000m2 - an eerie calm.
Various workshops of photography to different high schools.
Course of Photography
age of participants: 15–35 years old
Course of Photography
age of participants: 8–10 years old
Book sold/ shown at
Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam
Atheneum Bookstore Amsterdam
Library of Rem Koolhaas (O.M.A.)
Selection of Clients
Chasing the Hihat
All Stars NY
Amsterdam Art Weekend
KLIK! Animation festival