At one time, shad, eel, sturgeon and salmon used to swim freely back and forth between the North Sea and major rivers like the Rhine and the Maas. Some migratory fish traversed through our country to lay their eggs high in the Swiss Alps, while others came downstream from the mountains to mate in the sea. The Haringvliet used to be one of the most important gateways to our dynamic delta. The highlight of my work for Droomfondsproject Haringvliet was gathering donations needed for the creation of ‘Swim, Fish, Swim!‘. This exhibition will run in the Rotterdam Natural History Museum until the end of October 2018 and then, just like migratory fish, it will travel around Europe.