The École Nationale Supérieure de Paysage in Versailles
Corné Strootman is a landscape architect situated in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He develops experimental artistic projects on the fringe of landscape architecture, research and filmmaking. His work explores the relationship between the bodily perception of space and the large-scale processes that steer and influence the development of the landscapes around us. Corné has a special interest in places that are often taken for granted or lay in the periphery of our daily lives, like industrial zones, infrastructure spaces and agricultural landscapes. He currently works as EMiLA fellow at the École Nationale Supérieure de Paysage in Versailles.