Translations:Claudia Joskowicz/13/en

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In order to better document local or national events, depending on the work and its context, artistic objectivity is transcendental as a way of re-reading a past that has an infinite number of meanings and convergences. To this end, Claudia Joskowicz's works orbit between fiction and reality, a duality she uses to explain and involve the observer in the artistic purpose. Likewise, the landscape and the environment are part of her work, in which the camera moves with a specific speed, usually slowly, to mix personal experiences and interests with community situations and problems, making use of collective memory to convey a message and a feeling that invites reflection on the continuity and distortion of history.