When I grow up I want to be a forester # 1
Kim Boske (Hilversum, 1978)
C-print, houten lijst, museumglas
100 x 150 cm
Editie van 7 + 2 Artist Proofs
Atelier Kim Boske
Kim Boske’s work – photography and video – has been shown at international museums including Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam; Fotomuseum Winterthur (Switzerland); Museum Moscow House of Photography, Moscow; Shanghai Himalayas Museum, China; Nizhny Novgrorod State Art Museum, Nizhny Novgrorod , Russia; Galerie LUMC, Leiden; Museum Hilversum, the Netherlands; Hyères fashion and photography festival at the Villa Noailles; the Nederlands Fotomuseum, Rotterdam; Three Shadows Photography Art Centre, Beijing and at the Singapore International Photography Festival. In 2020 Boske will have a large solo show in Japan during the XXXII Olympic Summer Games.
Boske navigates through the system of time to study the way we look at it. She investigates how the physical movement through time and space changes our perspective on the world. Each work is composed of a multiple of layers that seem to be holding different moments in time. Forming one harmonious image in its entirety, these images of the ‘now’, composed of different visual fragments lost during passing of time, reveal a phenomenon that is impossible to see or witness with the naked eye. // Among collections that include her work are those of the Nederlands Fotomuseum, AMC Collection, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague and the Netherlands Embassy in Washington, D.C..