I came across Kim Boske’s images a while ago in the foam magazine and was instantly drawn to her images. They appeared to be part of a dream, history in fast forward, time and space made visible. These images are from her series “I go walking in your landscape”. About her work Kim says:
My work can be described as a body of research in which different moments in time and space run together in a field that seems to embody a determination of time to present proof of it’s discrete, unique moments. I am fascinated by the system of time and space. I see the Time system as a structure that is made up of smaller, differentiated structures, a collection of all sorts of connected influences from the past and the present. In my work i try to capture this illusive reality by exploring the mutability of things. My images reveal phenomena that are impossible to see or witness with the naked eye. I view my work as constructions in which layers upon layers of ideas take on a meaning of their own. As well as my source of inspiration, the Time system is also my apparatus to show this rich, layered world. This manifests itself in my work in many ways. In “I go walking in your landscape”, I investigates how physical movement in time and space continually changes our perspective on the world. By letting go of the individual perspective and bringing together multiple perspectives in one image, a new layered reality comes into existence.