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"...Insisting in bringing out a world beyond the obvious, Natalia Tsoukala keeps her works untitled . The picture invites the viewer to guess the actual object that has been photographed. This game, acting as an impromptu psychological Rorschach inkblot test, places the viewer in the position of the detector, previously held by the creator of the work. In order to interpret the artist’s intentions, the viewer is called to actively participate in a work that always remains open-ended. As in the Rorschach method, what one sees in the imprint is less important than the esoteric process that precedes the final answer."

Evita Tsokanta, Art Historian Athens, August 2010

Skoufa Gallery, Athens/Greece, 2010

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