Lucía Cristóbal Marín works with digital press images, consumer products and the digital space where these are consumed. Her language experiments with extreme fields: image-objects, pictorial support-digital support and hand-technology.
Her work is based on the crisis of the digital model, its volatility and painting as a means of reflection through the distancing of the primitive image. She interprets and manipulates the picture and seeks the boundary between the descriptive limits of an image, the relationship with its title and the critical capacity of the viewer.
The painting is based on two processes. Construction, is the veneration of the image and of painting as a fact. And distancing, is a conscious and unconscious world that poses questions that the figurative image itself is not able to provide. She creates work rules which move the image away from its primitive fact until she turns the painting into a space that can accept absolutely everything to question fact, image and painting.
Lucía Cristóbal Marín was born in Spain in 1984. She has studied Fine Arts in Spain and Architecture in Germany. She took part in various exhibitions and scholarships in Europe. She is currently working between Madrid and Munich.