It’s a personal process that allows us to express the combinacions of experiences, facts and situations taking place in our world and allows t’hem to all bé considered from one place. I Find that’s true in my home hamlet, Aleixar, and specifically at the old bridge, looking toward the village and to the natural end of the valley. The mountain range of Mussara at my back, embracing me and also projecting me towards the rest of the world. I’ve been working on the bridge’s surface, its rails loaded with history and life coming from the lichens that provide textures and pigments. They all get printed on a variety of fabrics like silk, cotton, or linen from India. They also get printed on watercolorpaper, which catches the light of this àrea where we live. This exhibit is the result of that process expressen through an entire year, and it has allowed me to revela my restlesness, soul aches, emotions and living experiences.
Tuni Anglès Soronellas 14-03-2019
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