Lonneke Van Der Palen
Lonneke van der Palen’s (1985) vivid photographs bear witness to her almost mathematical sense of colour and design. They often reflect still-life or a portrait showing a single figure. The images tease your imagination, and leave you guessing what it is you are actually seeing and what its underlying importance is. In fact, a single image actually tells an entire narrative.
Van der Palen plays with people’s experience: recognisable elements and visual clichés are combined in such a way that onlookers are continually thrown off balance.The representation of an everyday object that is central to a photo is often so aesthetical – almost theatrical – that it summons up entirely contrasting associations and meanings. Graduated in 2011 at Royal Academy of Art in The hague, The Netherlands.
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