Catalina Barroso-Luque is an artist who lives and works between Mexico City and Glasgow. Barroso-Luque works with other womxn. Artworks are personal, political and erotic; voiced between tongues. Her writing migrates between registers, traversing a Sur/North Español/English axis. Barroso-Luque’s written work has been published by Montez Press, PSS, potentA Editores, The Paper, MAP, MaMSIE and Panel. In 2019 she devised and led Penetrate: Translate, a reading project on female body politics caught in translation programmed in association with MAP (Glasgow).
Recent collaborations include: R-22, audio narrative in collaboration with Feronia Wennborg, Wysing Broadcasts, Cambridge (2020); Overol Glory, with Guillame Guillaume Brisson-Darveau, cheLA, Buenos Aires (2019); Tongued Red with Marta Soriano, Radiophrenia Live-to-Air, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (2019).
Solo projects include: Ñ₆₁₃ a poetic prose para.site commissioned by LifeSpace Gallery and the Wellcome Centre for Anti-infectious Diseases, Dundee (2020); Cannibal O, Intermedia, Glasgow (2019); soft . lipid . love, Chalton Gallery, London (2018); Dry Rotting Bodies, Civic Room, Glasgow (2017); eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, Glasgow Sculpture Studios Graduate Fellowship Presentation, Glasgow (2017).