/Habitat: Catalina Scoppa Residency Exhibition/
Habitattalks about the human being's way of inhabiting this earth, having as axis theancestral way and the communion between man and nature as a philosophy oflife.
Icome from an island in the northeast of Argentina, to land on this other islandon the other side of the planet and try to discover the way it is inhabited.Visiting the mountain of Mudan and Namaxia, I discovered strong womenstruggling to keep their cultures and their origins alive.
Habitattries to express this feminine struggle accompanied by beautiful native flowersthat also express the sweetness and beauty of the feminine being.
Aboutthe Artist: Catalina Scoppa
Shecompleted her training at the National University Institute of Art (IUNA) withorientation in drawing.
Sheteaches classes continuously in her workshop, Club Albarellos (Albarellos 280,Tigre), which also serves as an exhibition center and art gallery. Eight yearsago she was in charge of the plastic arts area at the Nordelta Foundation, LasTunas headquarters.
In2016 she was selected to participate in the work clinics of the Yungas Projectof Raul Flores. She currently lives in the Delta de Tigre, Buenos Aires,Argentina.