The work of Sjoerd 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. The exhibition at Foam 3h, Digging Up Clouds, brings together various projects by Knibbeler related to with these themes. In addition to photos from the Current Studies series, several spatial works are presented, such as the Paper Planes series. A video of a stunt pilot concentrating on preparing for a practice flight is also included in the exhibition. Knibbeler’s work could be defined as ‘constructed photography’ – the construction of all sorts of self-imagined and created objects takes place mostly in the studio. There

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