Reflections on the meaning of freedom with Lisbon artist, Andreia Tocha
Street art installation in Lisbon by artist Andreia Tocha. Photo: Randy
“Freedom of choice is one of humanity’s greatest achievements.”
“Fata Morgana”, Andreia Tocha. Image: Randy
In 2011 her collection of Light Objects “Elegy of Shadow” was presented at the experimentadesign biennial at Platform Revolver in Lisbon. She has since participated in numerous exhibitions in Portugal, as well as throughout Spain.
In 2014, an extensive collaboration with the legendary ceramics producer Bordallo Pinheiro resulted in the production of Fata Morgana, A Bordallian Mirage (above). This large-scale work was inaugurated at the Bordallo Pinheiro Museum in Lisbon and continues to travel throughout the country to diverse cultural institutions.
Image: Andreia Tocha.
Travel & Stay in Lisbon
Andreia is always ready to welcome guests into her art-filled home for conversations and collaboration. Her light-filled apartment is perfect for short stays in Lisbon.
Her entire apartment is actually available for November 2020 – email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in the whole period!
Steep, cobbled streets of Lisbon. Image: Saara Helkala
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