Irene González

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SPAIN, 1988

Is cinematographic language the ultimate way to slow down time? The frames that Irene Gonzalez’s drawings capture could be lost moments of an unfinished story, insistent in its repetition. It is in that repetition where time acquires a revealing importance: light, textures, framing, lead us, through architectural and figurative references, to a visual landscape in which to stop and linger calmly.