Tine Guns (°1983) focuses on the constant metamorphosis that we experience as human beings, and the inability to capture the fleeting reality. The influence of our memory on how we perceive images results in multiple perceptions and interpretations. Guns’ work tries to open up our linear historiographical point of view by offering new combinations.
The work exists of video’s and books. Not by chance formats with a very linear construction, since they suppose to have a beginning an an end. She plays with and challenges the parameters of cinema & visual storytelling. The latest photographic installations are a result of the investigation between still & moving images. Our (collective) Memory & History are a main source of inspiration for Tine Guns so she worked a lot in Archives, personal and collective archives.