Please join us at the preview;
Thursday, 10th of August 7pm-9pm at Pipe Factory
Catalina Barroso-Luque presents eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee,
a narrative sound installation, focusing on how the body, the mind, and
technology become entangled within inter/intra-personal relationships.
piece is inspired by research and interviews held between the artist
and her brother regarding his use of GECI viruses to map neural
networks, the artist’s own experience of working within a hermetic
studio, and the possibility of slipping into the voices in one’s head.
within The Pipe Factory’s characteristic state of frozen disrepair, the
work plays with the permeable boundaries of physical and psychic
architecture exploring the desire to become-with an other, the machine,
and space. Within this, narrative is used to navigate inter-subjective
experiences through the construction of spaces of imaginary projection
Catalina would also like to thank Victoria Chen Wei, Isobel Lutz-Smith, Paul Aitcheson and Mark MacQueen for their help.
kindly supported by the Glasgow Sculpture Studios Graduate Fellowship
Programme, Platform and the Glasgow Visual Artist & Craft Maker
Catalina Barroso-Luque is
the current recipient of Glasgow Sculpture Studios MFA Graduate
Fellowship. The annual MFA Graduate Fellowship Programme is awarded to
an artist from Glasgow School of Art’s Master of Fine Art course who
demonstrates artistic excellence and a commitment to maintaining a
studio-based, contemporary sculptural practice.
After a year-long residency at the Glasgow Sculpture Studios, Catalina will present A Loving Aneurysm, a performance at Glasgow Woman’s Library, eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, a narrative sound installation at The Pipe Factory, Glasgow and Dry Rotting Bodies exhibition at Civic Room, Glasgow.