Greet Weitenberg has the ability to capture her world in profound moments of temporal being. Her feel for color and her ability for capturing the life around her are striking in her works.
This is to be seen in her current project Abandoned (2019) in which she questions the sell out of an entire village, and captures the emptyness, but also the ‘life before’ of this small village in Belgium, Doel, through a combination of photography, collage, video and an installation.
Viewscape (2017/2018) shows a collection of new invented landscapes in collages, photos and site specific installations which have been seen in several galleries in The Netherlands and Germany.
In her serie of drawings of The extended family you can feel her struggle with the growing individuality in the world. By facing this issue she created new familymembers in fragil drawings.
The power of her work arises in the fearless approach of issues where she shows intimicy, fragility where you might not expect it.