Aldo Brinkhoff (1989) is a visual storyteller who designs installations and concepts for theater, festivals, public spaces and museums. He creates ‘experience spaces’; spaces that play with perception, often with a narrative or poetic undertone. He designs a new world, where objects function in a different way than usual.
Brinkhoff grew up at the Dutch theater festival de Parade. There he learned to react inventively to his environment and to let the audience actively participate. In this way he tries to make his art accessible for everyone. This reflects in much of his work. He created a mobile gallery in 2015 and is now working on a series of mobile small theaters.
In 2014, Brinkhoff graduated from the Theater School in Amsterdam as a stage designer. Since then he has participated in several exhibitions and has developed several own projects.