Kate Peters was born in the city of Coventry; located deep in the heartland of the UK. Discovering photography in secondary school she soon became inspired by
exposure to artists such as Diane Arbus, Robert Mapplethorpe and Cindy Sherman. After receiving a BA (hons) in Photography from Falmouth College of Arts, Cornwall, Peters spent a four years assisting photographer Nadav Kander and developing her own personal works.
Kim Boske was born in Hilversum in The Netherlands and now lives and works in Amsterdam. Of her work she writes:
In the project ‘Mapping’ I rearrange the already seen, creating a ‘surrounding time landscape’. I experience and capture the different forms and characters of a tree, by walking around them. These different forms and characters together reveal the whole of the tree. The different pictures I took are connected with each other in a new map of the tree. To create a resonating time and space image, the movement of the individual to the world is built up out of an infinite number of point of views and angels, which creates ‘reality’.