Catalina Jaramillo Quijano creates visual narratives and directs them through various media to establish a bridge between fiction and autobiography; she evokes images from literature, philosophy, mythological symbolism, and obsolete doctrines, transforming them into a paradox where humor, cynicism, and allegorical distortion begin to tell her unique collection of stories.
Her work is marked by a process of experimentation with the word in its multiple possibilities, which works as a trigger, an insinuation, or a visual game, giving new meaning to the figure of the author and reader, he intends to create minimal narratives with the use of simple gestures and subtle signals. to be read.
"This quest proposes a game where start and end fall under the same category: the start of something indicates that it ends at some point, and the end almost always represents a rebirth. The journey begins from within, where I look at myself and recount those memories that were broken within a particular time: the end of childhood, the beginning of love, where a certain story began and ended. The tone of the drawings tries to generate a tension between reality and fiction, unfolded images of the subconscious that recreate a personal mythology"
Catalina Jaramillo Quijano