Land art and site specific sculpture - land art uses the environment and its scale as its material. Concrete art is expressed in material itself with which the artist introduces her non-representational objective. Public art can be viewed and accessed by observers.
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1994 Participates in a panel discussion Konkrete Kunst und öffentlicher Raum, Haus Dacheröden in Erfurt
1994 Is asked to submit a design for a park on the Suvantoranta in Kajaani, Finland
1994 Conducts a workshop on landscape design, studying the river Wien in Vienna Austria
1995 the Landscape & Art Network visits land art projects of Lucien den Arend in South Holland
1996 Realizes the Drecht Riverbanks Sculpture Park which is opened on June the 5th by Queen Beatrix
1996 Birth of Vera in Zwijndrecht, Holland
1997 Visits Bulgaria in preparations of an exchange between Bulgarian and Dutch art
1997 organizes the first biennial in the sculpture park Outside In, Finnish Contemporary art
1997 develops his own domain on internet presenting the site selected art with professional artists from around the world
1998 coordinates an exchange between Dutch artists and Bulgarian; the first exhibition being in Varna Bulgaria
1999 coordinates the second exhibition which is preceded by a symposium in the Open Air Museum OPAM which is opened by His Majesty King Simeon II of Bulgaria and Her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands
1999 has two one-man shows in Helsinki and Lahti, Finland 
2000 leaves the Dutch Sculptors' Association
2000 Victory is removed by the populist Mayor Vreeman of the Dutch town of Zaanstad
2000 participates in Struktur und Form in der Musik von Johann Sebastian Bach (Structure and form in the music of Johann Sebastian Bach) in Erfurt Germany
2000 lecture - Die Erkundigung der Grenzbereiche zwischen Landschaftsarchitektur und bildende Kunst - at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich (ETH), of Zürich Switzerland - other lecturers were Vito Acconci, Magdalena Jetelova, Dani Karavan, Andy Goldsworthy, Bernard Lassus, Peter Latz, Franco Zagari - view the invitation (pdf file)
2003 moves with his family permanently to Penttilä in Kangasniemi Finland
2003 accepted as a member of the Suomen Kuvanveistäjäliitto (Association of Finnish Sculptors)
   Lives and works in Kangasniemi and Kemijärvi, Finland and Zwijndrecht, Holland


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