With my Photosculptures I explore how peoples’ relationship with textures and surfaces can be expanded with photography as a medium. Photography is a well-established form of art, but unlike other forms of art, it lacks a textured depth. In these times of digital photography where photo’s often don’t leave screens, there is no real physical connection between people and photographs. There are a lot of obvious advantages of digital photography; people always have their photos at hand and sharing images has never been easier. But it has also made photography fleeting and people less sensitive to photo prints. I started experimenting with different tools and techniques in order to renew the physical relationship between people and photographs. She started creating textured “Photosculptures” in the hope digitization is not the end-station of photography.