Author Archives: catarinadeoliveira

Paintings on the rocks

I made this painting for the sea that faced this rock. This rock was covered by, in my opinion, a hideous tag (not a graffiti, just ugly signatures) and I thought that it was really sad that the sea and

Paintings on the rocks

I made this painting for the sea that faced this rock. This rock was covered by, in my opinion, a hideous tag (not a graffiti, just ugly signatures) and I thought that it was really sad that the sea and

Escaping my Corpse

‘Escaping My Corpse’ is 20 minutes long performance, played by a single performer. It follows a monologue by the ghost of a female Phyllium (Leaf insect), named Óó who is attached to her corpse locked in the archives of the

Escaping my Corpse

‘Escaping My Corpse’ is 20 minutes long performance, played by a single performer. It follows a monologue by the ghost of a female Phyllium (Leaf insect), named Óó who is attached to her corpse locked in the archives of the

Fire Yearns to Burn (2018)

Solo exhibition at MONITOR Lisbon. photos: Bruno Lopes

Fire Yearns to Burn (2018)

Solo exhibition at MONITOR Lisbon. photos: Bruno Lopes

The Mimicry Series (2017)

The photographed insects are from the collection of Cambridge University – Museum of Zoology.

The Mimicry Series (2017)

The photographed insects are from the collection of Cambridge University – Museum of Zoology.

Nè (2016)

A duo show by Amandine Guruceaga and Catarina de Oliveira at TANK art space  

Nè (2016)

A duo show by Amandine Guruceaga and Catarina de Oliveira at TANK art space