Isabel Pérez del Pulgar – GALATEA (del Cyborg a la Nueva Carne), 3:50, 2017


The woman is constructed outside herself under an imposed normativity. She owes herself to the community as a procreator. “The female sex is a non-sex or, in other words, it is a sex that does not belong to the woman (Irigaray, 1977). A being in perpetual deconstruction, moulded at will by a system that objectifies and objectives her. The ideal woman. The perfect woman. A manipulable body. A utilitarian tool; Adam’s Eve, Zeus’ Athena, Hephaestus’ Pandora, Pygmalion’s Galatea.


Isabel Pérez del Pulgar
Born in Granada (Spain) with residence in France since 2015. In the mid-2000s she
adopted as a way of creating and expressing the video. Video as an experimentation vehicle, where the movement is combined, sound and pictorial vision. At the same time, performance is acquiring a greater presence as a means of work. The body is like the protagonist element and narrative driver. The architecture stressed the physicality of space-time. Her work as an artist in the fields of painting, photography, and especially his work in video art and short films has been the object of numerous international exhibitions