excerpts of a conversation between Inês and Al-Tiba9 Art Mazagine, 2018 [edited version]
Your work is very graphic, clean, and mysterious at points. What we find personally compelling though, is the simplicity […] is this because you want the viewer to get access easily to your work?
[…] My works only exist when they are seen and interpreted. In my opinion, I can only convey to the viewer the feelings and the restlessness through images that redirect the look. I always present ambiguous images because I want to let the viewer find his own answer and interpretation. Without the spectator, there is no work.
Your process includes architecture, nature, laboratory research, a sort of psychoanalytic theory, then photography?
In order for the artwork to become an aesthetic experience it is necessaryto have a certain symbology that reaches the third person and participates in the process of creation and sharing of the emotional experience. Of all my impulses, I use photography for representing the desire of the imagination. Return to the path of reality in terms of its imaginative life and fantasy…