Rozemarlin Borkent is a Netherlands-based artist born in 1987. She graduated from the KABK, Royal Academy of Visual Arts in The Hague. Growing up next to the beach, the vast expanse acted as a fresh canvas for her to dream in her own world.
Inspired by the beauty of diversity and different perspectives, her work revolves around creating new beings by combining photos from diverse individuals, old photographs, and Al. Through her work, she aims to immortalize the essence of humanity’s soul.
Rozemarlin’s art has been featured in Vogue and exhibited at prestigious events like the PhotoVogue Festival and London Art Biennale. Her creations capture the beauty and complexity of human existence, inviting viewers on a journey of imagination and introspection.

Rozemarlin her aim is to portray the incredible diversity of humanity in a beautiful, unique, and dignified way. She wants people to experience the beauty that exists in cultures around the world and to connect with one another through these expressions of human identity. In “I am that I am,” she showcases the universal beauty that can be found in people from different backgrounds and walks of life. Rather than judging our differences, she believes they should be celebrated as stunning aspects of our shared humanity. To achieve this, she uses digital techniques such as Photoshop, a morphing program, and AI to blend and manipulate images of individuals from entirely different cultures and time periods. The result is a collection of striking portraits that exude an exceptional beauty, almost like iconic representations of human experiences.

Beyond the aesthetics, her project carries a deeper message about cultural perception. She wants to raise awareness about how we view and interact with people from different cultures. By shifting our perspectives, we can transform the way we see others and appreciate the richness of diversity. Her art invites you to change the way you look at people, and in doing so, discover transformative changes in the people you look at. “I am that I am” is her way of capturing the essence of humanity and immortalising the soul of our shared experiences. She hopes that through her work, you too can find the beauty of cultures, celebrate our differences, and forge connections that transcend borders and barriers. Together, we can embrace the stunning diversity that defines us as human beings and foster empathy and understanding across the world.

Expositions & Features

Billboard Times Square New York from April 1, 2024 to April 7, 2024 Artinnovation gallery.
Kunst Rai SBK Galerie 27 March-1 April 2024.

Digital art’s striking versatility

Photo Vogue Festival 16th to 19th November 2023.
London Art Biennale 26th – 30th July 2023.
SBK Galerie 4 June – 2 July 2023.
Kunst Rai SBK Galerie 3-7 May 2023.
Photo Rotterdam 9-12 February 2023.
Vogue – Works published on PhotoVogue ‘Best Of’, 2021 – 2023.
KPMG – Multiple works rented out continuously, Oct 2013 – Oct 2019.
SBK Galerie – Exhibition, April – May 2014.
ArtOlive – Young Talent, 2013.
Dutch Royal Academy of Art – Graduation Show, 2013.
The Regent Room – Pre Exam Exhibition, The Hague, 2012.
Diligentia Theater – Awarded the Diligentia price, The Hague, 2010.