UNSETTLED is a long term project on the effects of globalisation on people and their surrounding. The series investigates, over a period of more than ten years, the evolution the harbour expansion area of the Port of Antwerp in Belgium, which is the 2nd biggest container harbour in Europe, and plays a competitive role on global scale of importing goods from the Far East. 

Starting from this local example the project refers to an international tendency of social, cultural, environmental and ecological shifts, resulting from larger economical and political forces. UNSETTLED illustrates how people, their environment and their social fabric is affected by these large alterations.

The UNSETTLED project received several international awards and was published and exhibited internationally. The work received grants from the Dutch Anna Cornelis Foundation, the Dutch Embassy in London and Dublin and the The Flemish Government.

The project is shot on analogue medium film format and consists of about 100 images, produced as framed digital C-Prints (format 80 x 100 cm / 31” x 39“).