work in progress photo project 'Beweeg maar niet', 2021
In 2020 I stayed as an artist-in-residence in a traditional small Japanese warehouse, provided by the Arts Initiative Tokyo and the Mondriaan Fund. At the moment I am working on the publication 'Beweeg maar niet' about this period with Edwin van Gelder from Main Studio and its going to be published by Architectura & Natura. For the film installation with the same title' I received a subsidy from the Dutch Film Fund and Mondriaan Fund.

I am one of the eight finalists of the Somfy Photography Award. In the next months I am going to work on a new project, inspired by the theme 'Back Home'. The results will be shown in a large exhibition in the Fotomuseum aan het Vrijthof in Maastricht at the end of 2022.

With Geerten ten Bosch and Marleen Oud I developed a poster campaign to give more attention to their garden the TussenTijdTuin in Dordrecht. In this garden Geerten en Marleen honor the Daughters of Dordrecht, women who are or have been important to this city, by linking these women symbolically, carefully and humorously to a flower. Recently we received a grant from the municipality of Dordrecht for this campaign for which I am making the photos. On June the 26th there will be a festive opening of this garden and two new posters will be revealed.

For the 10th issue of the biannual design & crafts magazine MacGuffin I photographed the house of the Dutch architect John Habraken. It's for sale now in Athenaeum Newscentre and other wonderful bookstores worldwide and online through Bruil

If you are interested in my work and want to buy a print of one of my photos or my book Fragile - Handle with Care please sent an email to info@petranoordkamp.nl. All my films can be viewed on Vimeo for a small fee.