Elvira Solana is an architect with a singular spatial vision. While most architects build walls to create living spaces, the young Spanish artist focuses on existing spaces and transforms them with the brush. Thus, the mural is elevated to an architectural element: a two-dimensional discipline, capable of transforming our perception of space into three dimensions. a two-dimensional discipline, capable of transforming our perception of space into three dimensions. Recreating the ancestral dialogue between these two artforms with antinomic characteristics, Elvira claims a new way of conceiving the world. At a time when speed and urgency rule our society, the artist’s projects are the result of long reflections on the place and its history, in order to create an indivisible entity. An aesthetic, spatial, and temporal escape.
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By Louise Conesa