Ana Barriga is a Spanish artist. She lives and works in Madrid. Her works attempt to balance reason and emotion, capturing the energy that arises from their intersection. Barriga tries to focus on the shared environment between artists and children, using elements such as children’s toys, colourful decorative objects and other items used in everyday life. Her approach to her subjects is filled with irony, humour and playfulness from which unpredictable and new situations that don’t fit the rules emerge.
The eighteen meters high wall was painted in Plasencia, Spain.
The project collaborated with Invasion Street Art Festival, Misterpiro and Jaime Urdiales.
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