Catrin Rothe

The polyperspectivistic approach to pictorial space in Catrin Rothe’s works places her firmly into a venerable European tradition, a tradition that began before the Renaissance, was interrupted by the artists’ enthusiasm for central perspective only to be superseded by other approaches since, at the latest, the advent of Modernism. Especially artists who clad their messages in fantasies and fairy-tale like narratives have a penchant towards varying perspectives (as well as exaggerated ones) in their works.

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