In a search of shapes, passages of light, curves of shadows and lines, I inevitably end up at the intersection of my most beloved motifs: nature/woman/city. Attempting to match them, while shaping it all into black-and-white, I try to picture with the light and shadow things which trouble, delight or inspire me.

I have always paid tribute to black-and-white film, feeling a childish tingle because of the impression it creates. Thus, I attempt to pursue its legacy within my works – grainy, noisy, colorless, emerging smoothly from the bottom of blackness to the surface of light.

hxw, 2018

Caitlyn Garcia