Mariana Fadon at home: “Isolation brought me letters”
We present you another of the projects in production during the quarantine: “Isolation brought me letters” by Mariana Fadón, artist from Break my bread. A new language emerged for the artist with isolation and stress. A cathartic drawing with therapeutic and calming effects. Drawing not to cry.
“Drawing becomes an antidote to get ahead in days of quarantine.
Draw to pass the days. Draw as a need to recover and lose language.
Invent a language on days of isolation.
Drawings woven from the world of letters and words. Letters that are repeated to infinity. Conformed by lines that expand and cross like a pandemic.
Letters that make up a fabric as fragile as life. ”
Learning through art. Interview with Camila Villaruel (Fundación PROA)