Ilse Oosterkamp (1973 Hardenberg Netherlands), graduated Cum Laude
in December 2015 from the Photo Academy Amsterdam,
after having been a passionate school teacher for years.
Her work is about perfection versus imperfection,
age-old ideals, unconscious prejudices and our beauty culture.
She is immensely fascinated by being ‘different’ and the possibilities
and impossibilities of the body.
This fascination increased with the birth of her son who has multiple disabilities.
Because of him, she got a different view on the body and man.
By omission, cutting off and leading and misleading
the viewer her pictures get their own signature.
The resulting images show the essence,
the images are sometimes moving the viewer, sometimes confusing the viewer.
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