Dutch artist/illustrator Jeroen Goulooze lived in squatted factories from the age of 16, creating many paintings, photographs and 3D-collages with super glue – until at age 24 he threw all his art in his wood stove and embarked on a study of history, general literature and theatre science. He took up creative writing, became interested in interactive stories and worked for a magazine after finishing university. He started making backgrounds for his stories in Photoshop, using his own photos, and when he started printing them, created frames to make them look like found objects from some forgotten basement in an abandoned place. The common theme in his work is time. Jeroen lives and works in Berlin.
Artist’s website: www.yurigoul.art