Vorja Sanchèz is a Barcelona-based artist who enjoys constructing hypothetical new entities by following “natural rules.” “Nature, in its essential nature, offers the same dynamics of shape regardless of the transcendence or size of any person, plant, or element,” the artist writes in her profile. In this manner, a microbe may have the same spheroidal structure as a galaxy, or the labyrinthine look of a fruit stone, or the spheroidal design of a universe.”
“For me, this sort of photo that I have termed “interventions” is simply one more game, like the rest of my line of work,” the artist stated in an interview, explaining that she envisioned these clouds during her daily walks in the forest. I adore creating creatures from natural shapes and establishing a conversation between the imagination and the tangible.”
“I have been doing art throughout my life,” the artist replied when we asked how long she had been making art. “I have been doing art professionally for roughly five years, in which I sell my paintings on my online gallery and partner with certain physical art galleries.”
“I strive to be aware of those forms, often of organic nature, that I discover in daily life,” Vorja writes on her blog about her creative process. In my notebook, I jot down the fundamental structure or how the many pieces that share or occupy the same area are related. I’ll work on it at my studio later.”
Vorja also said that she enjoys experimenting with different approaches to produce different types of art to keep things fresh. “I like working with a variety of methods and components. I try to mix things up and vary them up so that every day in the studio is a new challenge for me.”
Because they are the consequence of ‘an underlying essence of nature,’ her fictional entities seem familiar and welcoming.