Argentina, 1985


Mane Zorraquín’s art is a visual account of all what she absorbs from the environment. In her compositions, she consolidates not only what she sees and knows, but also what she feels, turning her invisible world into a visible one.
She works principally on paper, using diluted acrylics, chalks, pencils, and non-traditional materials. All of these elements come together into one simplified expression, which not necessarily conforms the whole but brings to life the moment experienced detaching it from the already known forms, transcending reality.
Her painting process requires much fluency and spontaneity; the same one found in nature. Mane always leaves an active component in her pieces: silence. This allows empty spaces to breath and travel on the paper tranquilly and without limits.