Kirsten Thys van den Audenaerde, ‘'Changing every Day' part of the series 'A girl called N.' ’, 2019, Photography, Digital C-Print based on a Polaroid, not mounted, Instantdreams
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'Changing every Day' part of the series 'A girl called N.' , 2019

Digital C-Print based on a Polaroid, not mounted
19 7/10 × 19 7/10 in
50 × 50 × 0.1 cm
Editions 4, 5, 6 of 7 + 2AP
.
$700
Ships from Berlin, DE
Shipping: $60 within Continental Europe, $60 rest of world
VAT included in price
Location
Bombay Beach, Berlin, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Morongo Valley, Miami, New York, Basel, Arles
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'Changing every Day' part of the series 'A girl called N.'
2019, 50x50cm, Edition …

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Hand-signed by artist, Signed on the back and with certificate.
Certificate of authenticity
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Kirsten Thys van den Audenaerde
Belgium, b. 1968
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Kirsten Thys van den Audenaerde is a self-taught freelance photographer, based in Brussels.
Early on in her career, she discovered a fascination with art nude photography and since then the human body in its purest form has played a mayor role throughout her work.
In 2016, after becoming increasingly frustrated with digital perfection, an impulse buy of The Impossible Project’s I-1 camera changed her life. Never having heard of TIP before, she describes making that first Polaroid image as an instant love affair. Within weeks she had acquired several old Polaroid cameras and before she new it, she switched to analogue photography, quickly realizing that it offered her everything she had been missing in her digital work. Capturing a unique moment exactly as it is, has brought back the feeling of authenticity she had lost in her previous work. She especially likes to work with expired film, captivated by its perfect imperfections.
She explores the American landscape, the utterly destruction of the American dream and the wonders of the naked body put into forgotten, lost spaces like Bombay Beach or the wide landscapes of the American West. Young women posing for her and the viewer follows their lives with wonder.

Kirsten Thys van den Audenaerde, ‘'Changing every Day' part of the series 'A girl called N.' ’, 2019, Photography, Digital C-Print based on a Polaroid, not mounted, Instantdreams
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'Changing every Day' part of the series 'A girl called N.'
2019, 50x50cm, Edition 1/7 plus 2 Artist Proofs,
digital C-Print based on a Polaroid.
Signed on the back and with certificate.
Artist inventory PL2017-198.
Not mounted.

This piece is part of Kirsten's current exhibition at Bombay Beach Biennale …

Medium
Condition
New
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed on the back and with certificate.
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included
Kirsten Thys van den Audenaerde
Belgium, b. 1968
Follow

Kirsten Thys van den Audenaerde is a self-taught freelance photographer, based in Brussels.
Early on in her career, she discovered a fascination with art nude photography and since then the human body in its purest form has played a mayor role throughout her work.
In 2016, after becoming increasingly frustrated with digital perfection, an impulse buy of The Impossible Project’s I-1 camera changed her life. Never having heard of TIP before, she describes making that first Polaroid image as an instant love affair. Within weeks she had acquired several old Polaroid cameras and before she new it, she switched to analogue photography, quickly realizing that it offered her everything she had been missing in her digital work. Capturing a unique moment exactly as it is, has brought back the feeling of authenticity she had lost in her previous work. She especially likes to work with expired film, captivated by its perfect imperfections.
She explores the American landscape, the utterly destruction of the American dream and the wonders of the naked body put into forgotten, lost spaces like Bombay Beach or the wide landscapes of the American West. Young women posing for her and the viewer follows their lives with wonder.

'Changing every Day' part of the series 'A girl called N.' , 2019

Digital C-Print based on a Polaroid, not mounted
19 7/10 × 19 7/10 in
50 × 50 × 0.1 cm
Editions 4, 5, 6 of 7 + 2AP
.
$700
Ships from Berlin, DE
Shipping: $60 within Continental Europe, $60 rest of world
VAT included in price
Location
Bombay Beach, Berlin, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Morongo Valley, Miami, New York, Basel, Arles
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Locked
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Secure transactions by credit card through Stripe.
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