Irma Oldenburg (1981) is a visual artist based at Broedplaats BOUW in Amsterdam. She creates documentaries, short narrative films and video installations. Much of her work delves into the psychology of manipulation and rhetorical structures of storytelling. Irma currently combines her own creative practice with her work as a Freelance (Item) director, Camerawoman and Editor while sharing her knowledge as a Freelance Teacher in the field of lens-based media and communication.
2016 - 2018 Piet Zwart Instituut - Master Media Design: Lens-Based
2005- 2008 Gerrit Rietveld Academy - BA Audio Visual Art
2001- 2005 Photo Academy Amsterdam
1993- 1997 Willem Blaeu College- Graphic Design
Recent Screenings and Exhibitions
July 2018 Film Theatre KINO - presenting 'Noting has to be Official'
July 2018 Graduation Show Piet Zwart Institute - presenting 'Noting has to be Official'
July 2018 Haiton Art Center · Taipei, Taiwan - presenting short film 'Just Jake'
Feb 2018 EYE Film Mueum : ResearchLabs 2018 Presenting a first short version of 'Nothing has to be Official'
Nov 2017 Science Museum NEMO - 3 Motion Graphic Video Installation's for the exhibition 'Life in the Universe'
July 2017 Film Theatre KINO - presenting short film 'Just Jake'
July 2017 Film Theatre KINO - presenting Motivational Video 'Give it to me straight Oprah!'
March 2017 The Corridor Project Space - presenting short film 'Just Jake'
March 2017 The Corridor Project Space - presenting Audio Installation 'FORTUNEWOOD'
Feb 2017 EYE Film Mueum : ResearchLabs 2017 -presenting short film 'Just Jake'
Feb 2017 EYE Film Mueum : ResearchLabs 2017 -presenting Audio Installation 'FORTUNEWOOD'
Nov 2015 Science Museum NEMO - Video Installation with 9 parallax animations for the exhibition 'Life in the Universe'