“My main inspiration comes from observing human behaviors and cultures, hardships, like poverty, violence, and isolation,” she explains.
In this interview, Adél talks about her inspirations and career:
My main inspiration comes from observing human behaviors and cultures, hardships, like poverty, violence, isolation. How they can leave trace in the society and what sort of cultural movements it creates. How people respond through religion, gathering together and so on.
The visual language attracts me a lot as an artist, how is it possible to transform the reality into something I wish to transmit as a message. It’s incredible playing with light, flash, even in the weirdest circumstances.
In the past years, most of my projects have been developed in Mexico where I arrived with an artist residency program. The society there is pretty fascinating, also how the turmoil of violence creates very alternative ways to cope with such circumstances.
It was a great experience and still it is, as I’ve been able to meet such professionals, writers, curators, photographers. I really look up on it, also the online tutoring went pretty well.
Yes, I’d like to catch up on a bit less heavy topics as well, also working more in Europe.