In his works Huis shifts the limits of mental and architectural space, the borders of private and public space, the real and the fictive, delving into the elusiveness of almost-invisible ‘random’ details, such as the “touchy” pairing of corners, or the ambiguity of black matter. Huis creates minimal objects, interactive (video) installations, photographs and (performative) screenings, and makes interventions in exhibitions and public spaces. He questions (un)conscious methods of categorization, (re)presentation, projection, inversion, contradiction, coincidence and literality shifting by focussing on small and (so-called) objective changes in space. Huis works have been shown internationally (Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, New York, Stockholm, …).
As an extension to his practice Huis founded Greylight Projects in 2009. An organization dedicated to the production and exhibition of recent (visual) art projects. In 2013 Greylight Projects expanded with a branch in a former convent in Brussels where in addition to an exhibition space, a chapel for performances and eighteen studios are located.