Kim Boske, Akui Gawa #1 (2020), inkjet print on washi paper in artist frame, 94 x 282 cm, Courtesy FLATLAND, Amsterdam
Kim Boske, Akui Gawa #1 (2020), inkjet print on washi paper in artist frame, 94 x 282 cm, Courtesy FLATLAND, Amsterdam 

Transcendence – Outside Time

07/11/2020 - 16/01/2021

FLATLAND 
Lijnbaansgracht 318 
 
1017 WZ Amsterdam


 
In the show Transcendence – Outside Time at FLATLAND Kim Boske’s (1978, The Netherlands) newest work Akui Gawa demonstrates several vanishing points in the Japanese river Akui. Through a multitude of photographic layers, she searches for an autonomous image that represents a state of constant change. The layers are also interpreted as a play with ecological ideas of diversity and symbiosis. Kim Boske seems to be a master of highlighting the multiplicity of forms of life. In her oeuvre, nature is at the forefront of associations, but the specifics often are unclear: we can look at streams of water, branches of trees or morphological clouds. In the serenity of her works, what intuitively becomes clear is the equal right for all natural being to live and blossom. In that sense, her work embraces a bio spherical net of intrinsic relations.