Femke Juffermans (1998)
As a Dutch image maker, I grew up between the city and the countryside. Even though I learned to understand both sides, I felt like an outsider, not fitting in at either place.
This part of my upbringing, and the feeling it came with, has a big influence on my photography. The city and countryside are so close together, yet there is a gap in between. You can distinguish these worlds by their pace of time and values. I live and aim to question these contradictions in my work. For instance the oblivion of age-old crafts, slow processes in a fast-paced world, valuing quality instead of mass production. The sustainable process that matters. Visually my work has a clean, colourful, and cinematographic atmosphere, where nature and the modern world meet.

2017 - Present | BA Photography, Royal Academy of Art in The Hague
2014 - 2017 | Photography, University of applied photography in Amsterdam
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