Isolde Woudstra


In the photography of Isolde Woudstra (Harlingen, 1982) everything seems ever so natural but also confusing at the same time. She creates images that seem just as possible as unlikely by curating a scene that could have been extracted deep from within the human psyche. The images cut out all unnecessary noise and leave us with clean, yet very natural and unpolished self-referential freeze frames. Spoon bending daily-life with the aid of her lens, Woudstra shines through the latent relatable darkness of her autonomous vision.

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