As a visual artist, I focus on digital processes. My point of departure is the photographic image and recurring in my practice is a questioning of vision, perception, and the relation to reality usually attributed to the photographic medium. Using the internet as a contemporary archive, I study and portray our collective behaviour, everyday phenomena, and structures shaping our Western society.
At first glance, my works could be perceived as a result of heavy post-processing but are instead the outcome of various digital technologies’ interpretations of photographic imagery used in the creation of the images. In fact, the post-processing I do is often minimal or even non-existent.
Although the digital processes form the base of my practice, materiality and size have always played a most important part in the finalizing of the works. During my residency at Konstepidemin, I will venture into a new field – working with sound and moving images to create a projection – for which I have been awarded a project grant from The Swedish Arts Grants Committee.
Eva-Teréz Gölin (b. 1972) lives and works in Stockholm and Gothenburg. Apart from her artistic practice she has also for many years, both been working as a professional image editor together with other artists and photographers, and as a teacher in image editing and fine art printing. She has studied at The Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm, Novia University of Applied Sciences in Finland, and holds an MFA in photography from The Valand Academy in Gothenburg.