Ceramics. 2013

In cooperation with the city of Hasselt, was asked to photograph ceramics of which the city once was known for. All ceramics have been destroyed during World War II, the only trace of them is two vases in the city museum.


The Night’s Imaginarium. 2017

Self portrait, on the hyperreality of sleep paralysis.

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Laureline Tilkin-Franssens


Laureline Tilkin-Franssens was born in 1991 in Belgium. From birth she has been always very interested in visual arts, which resulted in studying photography. Her photography is mostly about things she experiences and is said to be very cinematographic. Aside from being an artist, she also focuses on music photography and all its aspects. She lately also has been focusing on video. After finishing her master degree in Photography, she started a new degree in Visual Culture & Contemporary Art at Aalto University at Finland, which she completed in 2017. She lives and works in HelsinkI.

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