About the invisible

Sense of Place renders the invisible visible: the slow, unstoppable processes which characterise the Wadden Area; the beauty of this stunning UNESCO World Heritage and its almost-forgotten history. Cultural landscape projects such as this serve to rediscover and enhance these phenomena.

Kerend Tij: Waterpanorama

Sense of Place is presenting two new exhibitions, both of which will open at venues in Leeuwarden in April, 2018. At the city’s Aegon building…

Kerend Tij: Waddenkelder

Kerend Tij (Turning Tide) Sense of Place is presenting two new exhibitions, both of which will open at venues in Leeuwarden in April, 2018. At…

Bildtstars en Eigenheimers

The photo installation ‘Bildtstars and Eigenheimers’ gives an identity to the potato farmers from the provinces of Friesland and Groningen. Potato farming is one of…

Blije Kerk

This exhibition of the ‘Blije Church’ photography project by Maarten Boersema, a pastor in the Frisian town of Blije-Holwerd, tells the story of the life…