About Henry

Henry Alles

mail: henry at landscapelabs.nl


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I am theatremaker, director and visual artist as well as builder and initiator of artist-in-residencies. From 2004 until 2014 I was a core member of the theatregroup PeerGrouP. I am trained (MA) in theatre practices and have a background in environmental science (BSc). I am an artist with a network of national and international artists, scholars, writers and organisations.


Currently I am working on exhibitions and performances. And run this platform for people and landscape called Landscape Labs.

International working experience:

Russia, Denmark, Wales, California, Poland, Czech Rep., Germany, Romania, Sweden, France, Belgium.

Statement: “I have a keen eye for conventions, which I love to shake up, not to break down but strenghtening by doing so.”

TAIR residence at Buitenplaats Koningsweg in Arnhem

I think every project should also be a school, a library and a workshop. And I treat every site as a crime-scene, excavation and a theatre. 

Working experience (selection):

  • THE FUTURE HAS A PAST (artist), St Fagans National Museum of History, (Cardiff, UK, 2019-2022)
  • The Chapel (as performer), NNTtwee, Club Guy & Roni, Noorderzon Festival , (Groningen, NL 2019)
  • Pastor Perk outside the beds (artist), Going Nomad, Zone2Source, (Amsterdam, NL, 2018 )
  • IMPAKT Don’t follow the wind, conference on transdisciplinarity, Essen (D), 2017
  • Advisor/ facilitator/producer, This is now (project by Jantine Wijnja), 2016-2020, Landscape Labs i.c.w. Wintertuin, Netherlands

  • Artist, initiator and executive producer, 2004-2014, PeerGrouP
  • Curator/initiator, P.A.I.R Residence, 2009-14, Netherlands, pdf: http://issuu.com/landscapelabs/docs/pair_2013_interactive_yeah/1?e=16981772/12921150
  • Performer, Cold War: a performance project, 2012, Wende Museum, Los Angeles (USA)
  • Site specific specialist, artistic and executive producer, Rrrriot, 2012, National Theatre Wales, Rhayader (UK)