(Delft, 1996) works and lives in Breda.
Koot's work stems from an interest in how
architectural spaces affect social structures.
Her work often manifests itself in location-specific sculptures and installations.

Currenty supported by Kunstenaar Start Mondrian Fund

Upcoming
  • 10-05/01-08 Residency Goethe Institute Kyoto (JPN)
  • 28-4/26-5 Albert van Abbehuis, Eindhoven (NL)
  • 3-05/ 30-07 Breda Central Station 
  • 1-06/30-06 Greylights projects, Heerlen (NL0
  • 24-08 PARK Tilburg (NL)
  • Jump! #4 Talenthub Provincie Noord-Brabant

Recent exhibitions
  • Residency Saint-Paul-de-Mausole, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence (FR)
  • Van Gogh AIR, landgoed de Moeren
  • Can you live my space @witte rook, Breda
  • ART The Hague 


Stretch and fold, collaboration with Emmie Liebregts 2024

Atelier De Moeren - V. Gogh AIR, 29/30 December
research project



About building, 2023

ART The Hageu, 4/8 October 

installation
glass, plexiglass




Supports and beams, 2023

Vrouw Muskens Residency program, GGZ-Dongen Brebrug

installation 
wood




Where the ceiling seemed not to be high enough, 2023

Visual contribution HOTEL SOLO 8, Club Solo

installation
metal, wood, ceremic, paper, string and other objects



Detail:



Please, Do not use in case of fire, 2023

Tiny Art Gallery/ FIG.3

ISM Paul Braspenning
sculpture
metal, plexiglass




About building, 2022

Studio image

installation
Glass

A project in which I dive in to a specific section of late twentieth century architectural history.
This installation consisting of many glass building plates refer to the systematic construction technique Plattenbau.




Yes, No and Maybe, 2022

Kadmium Delft

ISM Emmie Liebregts and Amber van Rangelrooij
installation
systemic ceiling




They who become part of the scenery itself, 2022

Destination Unkown '22

Permormance and sculpture
wood


‘Trap, kast, kelder’, 2022

Studio image

sculpture
wood



Pavements, 2022

Wo Meine Sonne Scheint

sculpture
tiles, wood, moss

Next level, 2022

Art Anderlecht Tour, Eight trackKomplot Brussels

sculpture
wood