Catalina Barroso Luque explores the screen-like quality of photography

Posted in Art
By Martin Roberts on 24 Jun 2013

In this series, Mexican artist Catalina Barroso Luque plays with the surface quality of photographs and analyses their function as ‘screens’. Specifically, the series addresses how today’s image environment depicts reality as a series of overlapping, parallel universes, and how the veils created by images deny us access to something deeper than just the image itself.

You can find more of Catalina’s work on her portfiolio:

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