Josepa’s practice is underpinned by a strong sense of cultural and historical narrative. She examines this through both painting and installation practice. Her engagement in painting is implicit and suggested through seemingly naturalistic architectural paintings with a fluid overpainting which disrupts linear interpretation. This disruption points to the complexity of historical testament and the inevitable dislocation of place, perception and memory. By blasting her material out of its continuum, she re-presents it for public scrutiny. In so doing, Josepa points up not only the way in which history oscillates between memory and forgetting, between past and present, but also the importance of individual interpretation in a world preoccupied with historical facts and remembrance.