Through her diverse work Marjolijn Dijkman often considers the foundations of how we perceive and experience our surroundings – the conventions and categories which underlie the comprehension, or not, of the world around us. Ranging from photographic archives and films, to landscape interventions and the organisation of exhibitions and experimental residencies, Dijkman's practice has concerned itself with for example futurology, public space, knowledge organisation, cartography, utopian architecture or environmentalism.
In 2005 together with Maarten Vanden Eynde she founded Enough Room for Space
ERforS is an artist-run organization with a number of aims; to provide a workspace alongside established institutions; to explore critical positions for contemporary art in society; to create room for unexpected relations between official bodies and people working on location; to create a platform where investigations by individual participants in projects can overlap and lead to new collaborations. ERforS tries to act as freely as possible, always putting the context and the idea before the medium, challenging the barriers between different disciplines (artistic, scientific or activist).