Catherine Radosa works at the intersection of images and situations that she encounters or produces herself. Through her reading of places and observation, she interrogates the relationship between the individual and society, social and geographic limits, history, memory, and identity. Between investigation and reverie, and through the editing of voices, images, contexts and moments, Radosa constructs figures of collective witness that attain the spirit of the featured places and the moment but with a distance that is peculiar to her, sensitive, without hyperbole, direct, delicate, occasionally biting. For OSMOSCOSMOS, Radosa presents the video of a still image. Thanks to backlighting and rounded topography, the artist makes us believe we are on some inhabited planet until we realise that the little mound we have been viewing is moving slightly from the tremors of an embryo in its mother’s womb.
*1984, lives and works in Paris