It is not a simple thing to take in Catalina’s work, for without instruction viewers are left with the complexities of their own thoughts, moving through the carefully constructed spaces that she creates. Am I sad? Afraid? Empowered? At every turn of Catalina’s work, one feels an oscillation of feeling that stays with you long after stepping away from the room. Through it all however, there is a sense of unapologetic “badassness” (for lack of a better term) - where trauma, love, pain, intimacy are on full display in whatever form it needs to take. Whether it be wooden sculptures that teeter in uncomfortably awkward heights or a child-like doll with hollowed out eyes gaze unceasingly towards traumatic imagery, Catalina’s practice draws you into her world in a myriad of ways asking you to peer into the smallest details.