Joanna Concejo’s art is a reflection of her workspace. Or maybe it is the other way around: it is her art that inspires and inhabits her home. Either way, it’s evident how the everyday has a significant role in her aesthetics.
Her home is a domestic arena for the affective atmosphere of her drawings, a miniature stage of her dreams and creativity, recalling Gaston Bachelard's observation, “The house shelters day-dreaming, the house protects the dreamer, the house allows one to dream in peace.”
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Take a peek at Joanna's daydreaming view: