Corine Hörmann studied scenography and photography at the Academy of Arts Minerva in Groningen, The Netherlands and graduated in 1998.
She mainly works with a pinhole camera.
Something which will be often seen as a prehistoric way of working. But by using this black box with only this tiny little hole in it, she tries to give her photographs another gateway to reality. That small hole has a complete different way of looking at the world then that our eyes do or the lens of our camera does.
She tries to make pictures where the feeling of loneliness and emptiness dominates. A world in which expiring time is only visible.