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Catlin Rockman's work explores internal and external human detachment and discomfort and the states in which they coexist and co-mingle.  Her recent body of paintings explores in particular the notion of creating one's own narrative about past eras and events in the face of nonexistent memories due to time or repression.  The work is informed by the distance between isolated moments captured in photographs from the past and the underlying family dynamics experienced on a continuum through time.

Catlin Rockman (born Paris, France) has had solo exhibitions of her work at Green Street Gallery and Clark Gallery, among others.  Rockman holds an MFA from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.