Ángela Cuadra

I don’t know what’s in my campfire, but I would say it’s a giant or something…

Ángela Cuadra

For his intervention in Homesession he has carried out a work thought and elaborated with his small children that is completed, later with its location in room, with the action of the public. The idea is to develop a series of objects with which the audience can play, so that each viewer is invited to elaborate his own account of the exhibition; In other words, Cuadra wants to introduce the game into the exhibition space as a strategy to develop a plurality of experience based on the same elements.
The device presented in this room is simple and open with the aim of opening an open dialogue and without imposing or artistic varnishes on the real condition of artists with children, their vicissitudes, encounters and disagreements, something that incites the People to speak and do not remain as a formal one-way device. For this, the artist uses two pieces: on the one hand, a mural with the drawings of Victor (7 years) and Kaori (4 years) this summer, and on the other hand the formalization of a drawing of her eldest son The intention to materialize something that came directly from childhood obsessions, many times more prosaic than the idealizations we project on them, but not less intense.