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    Afloat, 2015
    Charcoal on rice paper, wood
    Video 10x (60min)
    200x1800x10cm




    Until It Becomes a Line, 2014
    Charcoal, paper, cotton thread, nails
    20 x 32 x 1 cm



    Incarnations, 2013
    Charcoal, rice paper, steel wire, iron
    430 x 58 x 500 cm



    Beam, 2013
    Steel cable, resin, charcoal, glass
    310 x 34 x 480 cm




    It’s Not Always Straight #3, 2013
    Charcoal, oil, pastel on paper
    100 x 100 cm



    The Smallest Portion of Time There Is, 2013
    Oil on zinc plate, charcoal on paper
    310 x 225 x 23 cm



    Unavoidable Rhetoric of Movement, 2013
    Charcoal, iron, wood
    26 x 220 x 390 cm



    Residue, 2012
    Glass, Charcoal
    60 x 80 x 50 cm



    Residue, 2012 (detail)
    Glass, Charcoal
    60 x 80 x 50 cm



    Catarina Mil-Homens, (1979) Portugal. Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.

    Catarina is a visual artist and researcher with a multi-disciplinary art practice that extends across the mediums of drawing, installation and video. Her research focuses on the subjects of body mind relationship and consciousness.

    Catarina graduated from the University of Lisbon in 2012 with a BA in Painting and completed in 2016 a Research MFA – at the VCA – The University of Melbourne. She was the recipient of the  VCA – Foundation Bursary, for MFA research in 2014, The University Of Melbourne faculty grant in 2015 and Galloway Lawson Prize, 2015.

    Catarina has exhibited her work in-group and solo shows both in Portugal and Australia. Selected shows: Intermater, Arcade Project Space, Melbourne, 2017; Precinct, Margaret Laurence Gallery, Melbourne, 2016; Who is Mr Favisar?, Trocadelo Gallery, Melbourne, 2015; The Age of Divinity, Plataforma Revólver, Lisboa2013; Summer Calling, Sala do Veado Museu Nacional de História Natural, Lisboa, 2013 e Nem Sempre é a Direito, exposição a solo na Galeria Módulo, Lisboa, 2013.

    Catarina Mil-Homens presents her first individual show at UMA LULIK__ in April 2019, with the exhibition Sobre a Lâmina.




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