Lonnie van Brummelen and Siebren de Haan produce film works, essays, and an occasional sculpture or collage that explore cultural and geopolitical landscapes like Europe’s borders, sites of resource production and global trade, and the (non) sites of cultural heritage. They are currently preparing a monument for the forest in collaboration with diverse forest people from Surinam.

Venues where their works have been shown include Palais de Tokyo, Paris; Kunsthaus Zürich; Argos, Brussels; Project Arts Centre, Dublin; SMBA and De Appel Amsterdam; CCA Vilnius; the Shanghai and Guangju Biennials; IAC Villeurbanne, France. Their works are included in the public collections of Kunsthaus Zürich; Les Abattoirs, Toulouse; MUDAM Luxembourg; FRAC Marseille; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Julia Stoschek Collection, Düsseldorf; Hoffmann Sammlung, Berlin; Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

Van Brummelen and de Haan studied art and philosophy at Rietveld academy, Rijksakademie, and University of Amsterdam, where Van Brummelen currently works as a PhD researcher at the department of Media Studies and MaHKU. They live and work in Amsterdam.