Tem duas coisas que aparecem no video que eu publiquei ontem, que eu queria mostrar melhor. A primeira é o desenho da menina segurando a gaiola, que eu gosto muito. Eu tava fazendo esse desenho pra minha primeira exposição fora do Brasil, em Brighton na Inglaterra, em Fevereiro de 2008. Como uma artista desorganizada que sou, não tenho uma imagem lá essas coisas do desenho finalizado, mas queria mostrar como ficou de qualquer jeito:
There are two things that show up at the video that I posted yesterday, that I wanted to talk about. The first is the drawing of the girl holding the cage, which I like very much. I was making this drawing for my first exhibition outside Brasil, in Brighton in the UK, in February of 2008. As a disorganized artist such as myself, I don’t have a decent image of the finalized piece, but I’d like to show you how it turned out anyway:
The other thing is this drawing that my mother brought me the other day, which I made when I was around 7 or 8. She said she’d keep my drawings away soon after I’d make them, because I’d cry and tear everything apart when I didn’t like it. It’s not very different today, my way of drawing as well as the crying and tearing everything apart. What I find most interesting is that we already know, from when we’re little, what we like to do. But then we grow up and become adults and tell everyone we don’t know what we want out of life. Yes you do, you just need to remember.