Daydreaming implies being absent and drifting elsewhere. Meanwhile, on this side, the body stays intact and works as a record of existence.
The series "All in this island" tries to capture those moments of distraction. And the ambivalence of Being but not being present.
The pieces come together in an organic display. They lose their individual and corporeal character, and open up a space for the creation of a meditative landscape.
Often hidden in the shapes and geometry, Andrea Devia-Nuño's figures are in a permanent state of contemplative and distant nostalgia. The corporeal, on the other hand, folds and becomes entangled playing with a subtle sensuality.