Saskia Older Wolbers
'Saskia Olde Wolbers' futuristic architecture might look liek computer-created fantasies, but in fact they are entirely real - handcrafted in her studio. These scenes form the visual complement to a series of narrated tales, all of which their basis in life.'
'Olde Wolbers' characters become victims of their own excessive imaginations who end up unable to distinguish their dreams from reality. Her stories of individual calamity are contemporary parables which warn of the deleterious impact of technological interventions - from reproductive science to virtual entertainment - on humanity and sense, in an increasingly technology-driven world.'