"Colors and their materials, fundamentally, have very human attributes and underlying transformation processes similar to ours; there is a lot of spirituality in them. Especially in the making of textiles, where the drawing with the mordant is initially invisible, and the colors of the plants emerge as phytochemical traces or light spectra. Interview extract from WMN Magazine by Mercedes Polo Portillo. Photo by Sofia Vasconcelos.
ROSA CATERINA (1992 Palma). 
STUDIES AND RESEARCH. 2020- PhD candidate at University of the Balearic Islands, Faculty of Biology (Spain) / 2016 Expertise in Dyeing and Printing on Fabrics with Plant-Based Colors, Professional workshop of master craftsman Michel Garcia, Lauris (France-Belgium) / 2010-14 Bachelor's Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona (Spain) / 2012-13 Erasmus Program at the Academy of Fine Arts Munich, Munich (Germany).
clients INCLUDE. A.S.L Paris, Aba Art Lab, Juan March Foundation Museum, Lugar Usual, Accidente con Flores, University of the Balearic Islands, Botanical Garden of Sóller, Único Gallery, Marala, Muaré, IB3 TV, Fundació Cultural Coll Bardolet, Art Research Group i Educació GRAiE, Tres Cultura, Ajuntament de Palma, Centre de Documentació i Museu Tèxtil de Terrassa, Musée archéologique de Saint Romain en Gal, GRETA CDMA, Colore ton Monde, Museum over Industrie, Arbeid en Textiel.
AWARDS. Honourable Mention, Pilar Juncosa Awards by Miró Mallorca Foundation (Spain).
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