Marjolein Blom (1984) graduated with honour from the Fotoacademie Amsterdam in 2014.
In her photographic work Marjolein Blom explores scientific questions in a personal and associative way. Not with the aim to find or give answers but to discover new perspectives to complex matter.
‘As an artist I enjoy playing with suggestion, perception and interpretation in order to create a new reality out of everyday observations.’
In her series A Monkey Peeled An Onion… [In Search of Nothing] explored the difficulty of visualising nothing, the absence of anything. What is nothing? Click here for more information on this series.
In her project Double Slit Experiment (2014), called after Richard Feynman’s homonymous famous experiment, Blom conducts a study towards travelling in time. Click here for more information on Double Slit Experiment.
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