Natalia Lazaro Prevost works in the fields of visual research, mediation and curation. Her practice develops visual investigations that emerge from the dialogue between archives, photography,
and body movement. Her recent works explore the possibilities of body movement through relational objects, as an analytical and active tool to rethink the depiction of body expressions that
live along with mental suffering.
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Abuse Abstracts. From the body of work Unmaking the Menstruating Body.
29.7cm x 42cm
6 colour prints on cotton fabric
Conceptual photography series consisting of 6 pieces of women underwear, painted by the artist with her menstrual blood, and photographed. Work explores the emotional effects of abusive practices on women through the shape of the stains and the folding of the cloths, leading the audience gaze to feelings of loss, shame, anger, and pain, among others.