Using printmaking and photography, Bennenbroek’s work discusses the relationship between people and place, how we leave a mark on a place, and how a place leaves its mark on us through memory.


Having lost her mother, Bennenbroek’s work discusses ecology and its relation both physically and metaphorically to grief, trauma, and loss over a period of time. In Living Memory’ considers the connection of how landscapes develop into ruin is parallel to our own human frailty.