Perspective affects how each of us sees things. Experimental photographer Kim Boske explores the concepts of time and space and their effects on perspective through her multi-layered photography.
Boske, whose work is based in Amsterdam, is fascinated by the ever-changing world and how everyone has a different viewpoint, even when it comes to a single tree in an open field. In her series entitled Mapping
, she presents several photos of a single tree, each captured at a different angle and time, merged onto one image. As a result, the viewer is seeing the whole tree in one layered image.
The technique that Boske uses is similar to that in yesterday's Our Face project by Ken Kitano
. It involves overlapping numerous photos and projecting a single image. The more different images there are, the more blurred the resulting image will be. Boske's photography lies in a realm that transcends our visual world.
Kim Boske's website