Roos Nieboer graduated from LUCA School of Arts in 2019 in the field of Free Arts. She often works with performance, text and textiles in which themes such as public space, social interaction and ‘the normal’ versus ‘the absurd’ play an important role.
Filling in a test to find out what you think of a building, developing a prototype to write a letter to your grandmother or a voice over that tells you how best to move through a crowd unnoticed, all ways in which Roos Nieboer tries to get a grip on reality in her work. The work takes place at the interface of art and society, with the question of where art is situated. By playing with the loose associations between word, image and meaning, she stimulates the imagination of her viewers.