The artistic practice of Robert Glas (NL, 1986) is an ongoing investigation into the interplay between asylum and criminal justice and the technologies employed in its enforcement. This results in photographic installations and short films, sometimes with interventionist intent. These works have been shown at the Van Abbe Museum, Foam Amsterdam, W139, De Kunsthal, the National Holocaust Museum, NEST The Hague, among others, and included in various museum collections and private collections. In 2019, Glas received the Charlotte Köhler Prize and the Artist-in-Residence Fellowship from the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study (NIAS-KNAW). from 2020 – 2022, he was a resident at the Rijksakademie voor Beeldende Kunsten. Glas lives and works in Rotterdam.