Siomara van Bochove is a visual artist from The Netherlands. Her practice
focuses on (post) colonialism and the aftermath in which identity is
constructed and produced. She investigates archetypal images and ideas
that are present in a dominant society related to roots, heritage, history,
black-and-white and femininity. To indicate the multiplicity of the subjects,
she experiments with digital editing, abstracting images
and the use of multimedia.
After studying at the Photo Academy of Amsterdam for four years, she
graduated cum laude in May 2019 and has been admitted to the Sandberg
Institute (Rietveld Academie) where she is currently doing a two-year
master’s Moving Image (Resolution).