W. Series 2020 Collage by Zélia Alves

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W. Series 2020

Zélia Alves

Portugal

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Zélia's work is about expressing internal emotions and thoughts mostly related to her own experience of being a woman within her cultural context.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:12 W x 6 H x 0.1 D in

Frame:White

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Portuguese architect / artist based in Lisbon since May, 2018. Since 2006 until 2018 was living in different places (Barcelona, London, Madrid and Wellington, NZ.) always working as an architect in international awarded practices. Always in between practice and theory within a multicultural environment, has developed several work tools and social skills. This experience combined with her interior motivations and believes, results in her unique way of representing and approach different subjects. Since young age, always liked to express her ideas and emotions using her hands, touching and exploring the combination between different materials. Collage with different materials, textures, shades and paint was always her preferred technique. After 15 years mostly dedicated to architecture, she decided that now it’s time to embrace the artistic side and make it the main life goal and love. Feminism it’s her first subject (since ever) but now explored and pushed forward in each piece of work. This is just the begging of a long way...