What are your origins as an artist?
When I was very young, my mother, who was an art teacher, used to give me these enormous sheets of paper to draw on. And in some way, I’ve always felt very connected to the art world and to this form of expression. Later in life, when I left school, I decided to study art at the University of Barcelona.
How would you describe Barcelona?
As a city where I always feel at home - even though I haven't lived there for years.
When did you get into the artistic profession?
It’s always been clear to me that despite how easy or difficult it is, this is what I want to dedicate my life to. After completing my degree, I won a few awards, but I think you really have to enjoy what you do. It’s really a question of drive and passion.
What is art to you?
A tool for thinking. If it generates thought, it means that it’s working well.
Which work best represents you and you feel most pleased with?
That varies. With every piece there are things that I like more and others that I like less. There are times that I feel as though I identify with a piece and after a while I identify more with another.