2015 TheLumenPrize on line gallery 2015, U.K. 2014 Graphics Biennale, Pulchri, The Hague, The Netherlands 2014 HCMC Fine Art Museum, HCMC, Vietnam 2009 Life Cinema project, Dutch Film Festival, Utrecht, The Netherlands 2008 Appeltheater (Odysseus), Scheveningen, The Netherlands 2008 Gemak, The Hague, The Netherlands 2007 A. Philips concert hall, The Hague, The Netherlands 2007 Haagse Kunst Kring -opdruk-, The Hague, The Netherlands 2006 nominated Workspace'06 price, Filmhuis, The Hague, The Netherlands 2004 WBK-de Vrije Academie, The Hague, The Netherlands 1996 Tien jaar Stadsbeelden Emmen, The Netherlands 1995 Triade beeldenroute Gelderland, The Netherlands 1994 Centro Cultural Recoleta, Buenos Aïres, Argentina 1992 Installations in ruïns of Tsaritsino castle, Moscow, former Soviet Union 1991 Contemporary Art Centre, Moscow, former Soviet Union 1990 Cultural manifestation Soviet Union and Sweden, Moscow, former Soviet Union 1989 Stedelijk Museum Zutphen, The Netherlands 1988 Rotterdam Beeldenstad, The Netherlands 1988 Commanderie van St.Jan, Nijmegen, The Netherlands 1987 Beeldenplein, Nijmegen, The Netherlands 1987 Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede, The Netherlands 1987 Kunstcentrum de Waag, Almelo, The Netherlands 1986 De Gele Rijder, Arnhem, The Netherlands 1986 Beeld-En-Route, Diepenheim, The Netherlands 1985 Galerie 1881, Diepenheim, The Netherlands 1984 Galerie Beeld en Aambeeld, Enschede, The Netherlands
After graduating from the Academy for the Arts (AKI) in Enschede (1984), The Netherlands, Hetty van der Kloot's main interest was three-dimensional work with transparent and/or reflective material.
She lived and worked for many years in the Netherlands, Canada, Russia, Argentina and the United Kingdom and frequently participated in solo and group exhibitions. Now she lives and works in the Netherlands.
During the end of the nineties she took a two-year course in Computer Aided Arts and Graphics in the U.K.
In 2007 and 2008 she participated in several video master classes at the WBK-Vrije Academie, The Hague, The Netherlands, organized by Tom van Vliet of the World Wide Video Festival.
The computer became her most important working-tool. She uses the computer as a microscope and telescope at (almost) the same time. The original video's and/or photographs she takes are being scrutinized, reproduced, stretched and interacted with one another. Her work involves a process in nature. Decay, reborn in itself or interference by outside forces. The end product of her works are either short videos or compilations printed on e.g. paper, canvas or silk.