“Ángeles y sus toros” (Ángeles and her bulls)
The more bulls I draw, the more interested I am in them. I want to try this posture, I want to try this arcering, this point of view, this movement. I think I could spend a whole year working on it. The Iberian bull.
For me wire works are drawings. Drawings not made with a pen on paper, my pen is the wire.
They are sculptures, the images become three-dimensional because the drawing has its own shadow. The wire separates from the wall and creates volumes on the wall. Variable volumes, shadow, that the sunlight will create in its movement. The work becomes an object.
“Imagination will frequently take us to worlds that never existed. But without her, we wouldn’t go anywhere.” Carl Sagan.