Sabine Woudenberg is a 21-year-old Dutch contemporary photographer. Sabine’s images tend to depict stories or a specific atmosphere through (self)portraiture, surrealism and conceptual images.
“At around 12 years old, I picked up my first camera, initially only as a way to capture fun times and the world around me. It took a couple of years for me to realise that photography could be used as an expression of art, at which point I started to take my photography more seriously and decided that I wanted to make this gift my own. In the end, photography has always been a deeply personal journey. A way of processing experiences, finding out who I was and who I wanted to become.
My photographs are often reinforced by means of image editing and colour correction, sometimes mixed with different forms of media. The presented photos are part of different series’, ranging from depictions of mental disorder, commentary on our current digital society, studies of the human anatomy (and it’s beauty) and a therapeutic look inside my own medical history.”
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