Brigade is excited to share a new interview between gallery artist Andrea Villalón and Eurowoman, Denmark.
The interview was recorded in the gallery alongside the opening of Villalón’s current solo exhibition with Brigade: “The Shelter of Meaning” which remains on-view until 11 July.
As part of the interview, Villalón discusses her intuitive approach towards painting, the ambiguous role of self-portraiture in her practice and her aspirations towards building herself a home.
“I work mostly with painting and glass. You won’t really see me, my face or my body in my work but they are all me. I am in a constant state of practicing being here and now and aware. So it’s very intuitive. I am always working in my head, trying to understand who I am and trying to remember who I am too.”
Click here to watch the full interview.