Photo by Romina Beltrán Lazo
Julieta Beltrán Lazo is a Mexican visual artist whose practice engages with questions of intimacy and the value that physical and emotional labor have within creative practices. She utilize the fragment as a conceptual and formal strategy to build upon intuitive and affective relationships between one image and the other, interweaving personal narratives –derived from a speculative autobiography– with historical accounts that tackle Mexico’s contemporary context. Through small and medium format embroideries and paintings, and the overlapping semantics that accompanies them, her work reflects on the political potential that female imaginaries have.
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