The pictureworks of conceptual artist Tine Wilde try to connect us with the deeper levels of life: the big unanswerable questions. That is why for her photography is a reflective and analytic ‘philosophical’ medium. The pictureworks have nothing to do with documentaries, reports, stories, registered events, and the like. Rather, they originate in images, taken from everyday reality and used as raw material, to be transformed into works of art that seek to touch upon the viewer’s inﬁnite number of subtle feelings.
Tine Wilde studied Fine Art at AKI Academy of Art & Design in Enschede and read philosophy at the University of Amsterdam where she obtained a PhD for integrating philosophical insights into her works of art. Her multilayered and interdisciplinary work encompasses Fine art photography, site-specific installations, performance and writing. Check out her website.