Transforming handmade Japanese papers into digital textures, Catherine Morelli creates digitally rendered images as perspectives of the sublime. She explores the implications of transcending the physical to the virtual, and the survival of the biosphere and humankind.
A Toronto graduate of OCAD University, she was awarded Women’s Art Association of Hamilton Scholarship. Voted Best of the Best in Visual Art and Design, Digifest, Toronto, May 2014. “Her works views finer details resembling the complexities of human biology and offers an interesting perspective in a digital world.” Canadian Reviewer: Tech Influences in Contemporary Art, February 2015, The Artist Project.
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