Nora Unda


The exuberant work of Nora Unda (1982) rescues from the fragments of her memory, memories of nature and animal life, images that have led her to make a translation of languages through intuition, interpreting abstract characters, creating a defragmentation of reality, shaping new visual stories based on dreamlike landscapes.
The artist uses plasticine as the main material, as it is playful, volumetric, transformable and colorful, which has allowed her essence to connect fluently

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Primitive garden

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