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In our fast-changing world we seldom come in contact with real nature. Nature has become a museum piece, animals are exhibited, fenced in and protected by laws. In her images Patricia van de Camp reminds us of the lost intimacy between man and nature. Mankind longs to return to a symbiotic relationship with nature, but the bitter reality is that we are more likely to come into contact with a dead animal than a living one.
After studying law, Patricia van de Camp (The Netherlands, 1969) switched over to the arts. She studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam and the Kolding Königliche Dänisch academy. Since 2007 she has devoted herself entirely to photography and art.
Price EUR 15,00