“I love this book, because I love Kim Boske, she’s a young artist. And I don’t love only this book, but I love her entire work.” Veit, 34, gallery manager & art historian, Berlin.
“There’s also this kind of archive images, where she’s really looking for herself, for her identity, and that’s what you see when you see the pictures.” Sander Marsman, 32, photographer, Amsterdam.
“What I really like about this book is that the photographer is going and she’s spending a lot of time with this community.” Todd, 45, photographer & educator, San Francisco, California.
“It is a autobiographical analysis of society in the contemporary world.” Martino Marangoni, 62, photographer, Firenze.