Isabel Pérez del Pulgar – Tintura en negro, 4:57, 2017



We perceive selectively. We see what we want to see and the stimuli are chosen according to our needs and desires. The five senses provide us with data from the external world, transmitted without processing and therefore without meaning. A process of interpretation by the brain is therefore necessary. Perception is the individual process of understanding what is happening in the environment. It is unique for each person as it is “contaminated” by memories, education, culture and experience itself. What is done is nothing but illusory shots of a reconstructed history with desires, fears and illusions. A smell, a taste, a colour, a word, a sound, a landscape, a gesture, completely alter, in an instant, all meanings.



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.