Rosa Muñoz, one of the greatest exponents of constructed photography, in which her first works are inscribed, has not ceased throughout her artistic career to experiment and to press her own language, overflowing it and conquering a third dimension. This sign of identity, in which the artist is recognised in her latest productions, places the spectator in front of enigmatic and shapeless pieces that reveal the fundamental questions that Muñoz has been tackling.
This permanent deconstruction and construction in Muñoz's work has led the artist to atomise images in order to explore the link, the expressive and visual capacity of any fragment of them. In this exercise of breaking and composing, she incorporates wood and cellulose as supports that allude to a now physical nature, which has always been present in her work through her images.
The artist has formally relocated her work through her latest productions, giving it a third dimension through multiple perspectives, the result of the superimposition of printed fragments. They are images manipulated by hand, broken, splintered, that reach the spectator as a metaphysical allegory of the original image from which she starts. A work that is forged on the unfinished limits of its edges. The constant representation of the fracture leads through a transit that reaches the beauty of a new story.
(Curatorial text by Julieta Haro)