Ana Hagopian


Ana plays with paper, cutting and sticking to create volumes and shapes. Her source ofinspiration is nature and its infinite creations, its limitless colours, its surprising textures. Paper is contradictory, provocative and humble because it is ephemeral. Using it as a material has its roots in the philosophy of arte povera, which restores the value of the idea, intuition, thought and the individual.

When creating her works, she unconsciously seeks primal contact, the constant wonder of childhood, the magical vision that transforms the prosaic and everyday into something new and marvellous. Her process is intuitive, with her hands she comes into contact with the material, as a sculpture, guiding her towards the final form.