Dutch photographer Kim Boske (1978) studied at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague and is fascinated by time and space. Boske's images seem to be holding, one layer upon the other, merging and intertwining, simultaneously 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.
Boske is represented by Flatland Gallery. Her work was shown by international museums, including Foam Amsterdam, MAMM Moscow, Shanghai Himalayas Museum and Nederlands Fotomuseum in Rotterdam. In 2010, she was selected for the Talent issue of Foam Magazine and she was one of the finalists at the 2011 Hyères Photography Festival in France. In 2012, she published her book Mapping.