Catalina Barroso-Luque

Catalina Barroso-Luque (b. 1988 in Mexico City, Mexico) lives and works in Glasgow, United Kingdom. Barroso-Luque constructs narratives, often collaboratively, inhabited by surrogate bodies, voices and texts, which foil how she relates to others and herself. Her practice spans writing, installation, performance and curation; utilising language and sexuality as instruments of power.

Solo projects include: Cannibal O, Intermedia, Glasgow, UK(2019); soft . lipid . love, Chalton Gallery, London, UK (2018); Dry Rotting Bodies, Civic Room, Glasgow, UK (2017); eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, Glasgow Sculpture Studios Graduate Fellowship Presentation at The Pipe Factory, Glasgow, UK (2017).

Group exhibitions and performances include: Overol Glory, cheLA, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2019); Radiophrenia Live-to-Air, Centre for Contemporary, Glasgow, UK (2019); Salon ACME, Mexico City, Mexico (2018); eeeeeeeeeeeeee Radio Space Borealis, Bergen, Norway (2018); A Loving Aneurysm, Glasgow Woman’s Library, UK (2017) ; Digital Ground, John Slade Ely House Centre for Contemporary Art, New Haven, CT USA (2014). Publications include: Penetrate:Translate series editor, MAP Magazine (2019);  Ñ, MAP Magazine, Glasgow, UK (2019); Cannibal O, PSS London, UK (2019); Rethinking Reproduction, MaMSIE Journal, Birkbeck University, London, UK (2018); The Persistance of Type III, Panel, Glasgow International, UK (2018).

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