Natasha Caruana

November 2017

05.11.17 - Press

Press

Hyperallergic

A Quiet, Painful Meditation on Human Illness Through VR

'In a way, her bag full of pills is a sad sight, but there is optimism about the care this aging woman receives and her attempts to keep her self-esteem alive. This is the emotional heart of our encounter with Penny — an affect made possible by the six cameras in a private space, which allow the artist’s mother to tell her own story without the self-consciousness that a cameraperson would instill.'

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05.11.17 - Press

Press

Kollektiv Gallery 

Natasha Caruana on the NHS, Age of Excess and the Internet. Interview by Sophie Giblin

'Paralysis of choice seems increasingly common when we are constantly exposed to images and ideals, especially through the internet' 

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