On February 26, in the occasion of the opening of Luminous Studio Showroom, we invited the artist Lucía Pizzani to exhibit her work in our space, resulting in Límbica x Luminous Projects. Lucía, is the first of many women artists, designers and creators that will take part in
The exhibition will be open until April the 20th, on Thursdays
from 5 to 8 or by appointment.
"The quest for metamorphosis and transformation is always present in my work."
"Its a very intuitive process, that’s why I named the Límbica, referring back to the limbic brain, the part of the brain that governs emotions and basic impulses."
"I’m not speaking directly about my body but there is a direct relation with it on the
process of making the piece because it has to do with the scale of my body."
"With Límbica, I was trying to explore the terracotta and the way it is directly related to the skin and it how it resembles to it."
"The permanent nature of the terracotta sculptures .vs. the flesh and body’s
impermanence in time."
"I refer to alchemic as the action of the body on the matter so it can then be taken to
high temperatures in which it becomes permanent."
From a conversation we had with Lucía Pizzani in her studio in Brixton, London.