Lieke Snellen's work is concerned with the way in which the human body relates to functional objects and (semi) public spaces. These relations might be the result of ergonomics or gravity but are also strongly influenced by the interior design and architecture.  Using locations, the objects and the body as a tool Snellen challenges the logic of environments. Snellen lives and works in Rotterdam with a solo show in 2008 ‘Advocaat coloured blocks in the city’, Mart House Gallery, Amsterdam, NL In 2009 she was included in ‘All cretans are liars, said the cretan’ at Juliette jongma galerie, Amsterdam, NL