Irene Cruz is Photographer and Video artist. She was born in Madrid 1987 and now lives and works in Berlin. She studied Advertisement & Public Relations and also Audiovisual Comunication at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. After this she did the International Masters at EFTI specializing in Conceptual Photography and Artistic Creation. She was highly influenced by Course on the Narrative effects of light. Light is indeed a very important part of her work which makes her explore and experiment in the countries of Northern Europe. She has won several prizes, including an áccesit in Fototalentos (organized by the Banco Santander Foundation) and the Second Prize in AENA Foundation Photography contest in 2014. She has participated in more than 100 exhibitions, art fairs and festivals all over the world. International collections also count on her artwork.
My Artwork is about mystery, privacy, integration with the landscape … Making my work away from customization to represent universal emotions and feelings. Another distinguishing feature is the light, a light of sunset, a cold light …that’s “my light”, I always feel very big attraction that light dim and intimate, subdued, serene, enveloping the stage. Rarely I show faces in my photos. Although I think the main key is what means the word “liminal” (referring to a position of an initial stage of a process, or be on both sides of a boundary or threshold). I mean, are between day and night, between the tranquility and restlessness. Is not a limit. It is a road, a bridge. Nature is everything.