Catrine Val (Cologne, Germany) is a pure powerhouse. Once you’ve met her, you’ll never forget her. Her personality is one with her art. She is her art. After a career in advertising in Vienna and assisting Valie Export and Bjørn Melhus during her studies, she embarked on her own career as an international conceptual artist, working in the fields of photography, film, and performance. With projects focusing on the role of women within diverse cultural and political systems, Val has collaborated with women in India, South America, Asia, and Europe, and often takes up popular etymology in her work. In...
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