Jasmijn Visser is a Dutch artist who lives in Utrecht and Berlin, and works on the intersection of drawing, writing, history and design. A large part of Visser's practice is long-term on-site research. For example, she spent a month researching an open coal mine in Siberia, and studying the Atlas Van Loon and related atlases in Museum Van Loon for the project Bachelor's Delight. She also undertook a three-month expedition to the Falkland Islands as the start of a research project on the Falkland conflict - The Falklands Project. During her time at Delfina Foundation Visser will finalise the work on her Conflict Atlas of the Falkland Islands, in collaboration with design collective Metahaven. Furthermore she will develop the project Serf Club, concerning relational space, in collaboration with PWR studio.
Visser took part in the postgraduate program at De Ateliers (2011), and has exhibited at Galerie Aeroplastics, Brussels, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Witte de With Rotterdam, MOMA Moscow, Krasnoyarsk Museum Centre, Kunsthal Rotterdam, Centraal Museum Utrecht, Stedelijk Museum ‘s Hertogenbosch, and Castrum Peregrini Amsterdam, TAAK Amsterdam and Tou Scene Stavanger a.o. In January 2017 she will have a solo exhibition at the Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam. She has won the Piet Bakker Prize (2006) and the Gasunie Kunstprijs (2011) and was nominated for the Prix de Rome (2009) and Sybren Hellinga Kunstpprijs (2006).