Natasha Caruana

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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