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Katarina Mudronova

Untitled # 1 2012, from the series Strategic Cooking, 20 x 25 inches, © Katarina Mudronova

Course: MA Photographic Studies, University of Westminster

In Strategic Cooking Mudronova examines the aesthetics of food culture as a symbol of globalisation and its effects. In saturated, colourful images she presents objects that serve to compress, constrain, cut, displace or heat. Her work addresses the subject of food and its preparation to create a dialogue about the changing fabric of everyday life. Through the use of playful narrative, domestic objects appear as the products of an increasingly homogenised world.

katarinamudronova.com


Untitled # 3, 2013, from the series Strategic Cooking, 20 x 25 inches, © Katarina Mudronova

Course: MA Photographic Studies, University of Westminster

In Strategic Cooking Mudronova examines the aesthetics of food culture as a symbol of globalisation and its effects. In saturated, colourful images she presents objects that serve to compress, constrain, cut, displace or heat. Her work addresses the subject of food and its preparation to create a dialogue about the changing fabric of everyday life. Through the use of playful narrative, domestic objects appear as the products of an increasingly homogenised world.

katarinamudronova.com


Untitled # 4, 2013, from the series Strategic Cooking, 20 x 25 inches, © Katarina Mudronova

Course: MA Photographic Studies, University of Westminster

In Strategic Cooking Mudronova examines the aesthetics of food culture as a symbol of globalisation and its effects. In saturated, colourful images she presents objects that serve to compress, constrain, cut, displace or heat. Her work addresses the subject of food and its preparation to create a dialogue about the changing fabric of everyday life. Through the use of playful narrative, domestic objects appear as the products of an increasingly homogenised world.

katarinamudronova.com


Untitled # 5, 2013, from the series Strategic Cooking 20 x 25 inches, © Katarina Mudronova

Course: MA Photographic Studies, University of Westminster

In Strategic Cooking Mudronova examines the aesthetics of food culture as a symbol of globalisation and its effects. In saturated, colourful images she presents objects that serve to compress, constrain, cut, displace or heat. Her work addresses the subject of food and its preparation to create a dialogue about the changing fabric of everyday life. Through the use of playful narrative, domestic objects appear as the products of an increasingly homogenised world.

katarinamudronova.com


Untitled # 6, 2013, from the series Strategic Cooking, 20 x 25 inches, © Katarina Mudronova

Course: MA Photographic Studies, University of Westminster

In Strategic Cooking Mudronova examines the aesthetics of food culture as a symbol of globalisation and its effects. In saturated, colourful images she presents objects that serve to compress, constrain, cut, displace or heat. Her work addresses the subject of food and its preparation to create a dialogue about the changing fabric of everyday life. Through the use of playful narrative, domestic objects appear as the products of an increasingly homogenised world.

katarinamudronova.com


Untitled # 7, 2013, from the series Strategic Cooking, 20 x 25 inches, © Katarina Mudronova

Course: MA Photographic Studies, University of Westminster

In Strategic Cooking Mudronova examines the aesthetics of food culture as a symbol of globalisation and its effects. In saturated, colourful images she presents objects that serve to compress, constrain, cut, displace or heat. Her work addresses the subject of food and its preparation to create a dialogue about the changing fabric of everyday life. Through the use of playful narrative, domestic objects appear as the products of an increasingly homogenised world.

katarinamudronova.com


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