In two groups of photographs, Diane Barceló records the backrooms of the Plaza de Toros in Granada. The one set shows the infirmary for injured toreadors. The other set is the animal slaughter area. These rather clinical spaces do not betray the violence or the spectacle of the bullfight but reveal severe, sterile and simple rooms where death is met.
In this grid of photographs I made associations between the female nature and ideas about women's behavior. Here I matched words with images of nature. The combination of these words and images imply associations that reference cultural norms and sensual experiences.
This work was done for an exhibition at Alva Greenberg Gallery entitled Being Good: Women’s Moral Values in the New Millennium
16, 8" x 8" digital photographs of nature with embedded text pertaining to language and expectations of women.