Paula Castro approaches the drawing through landscapes and imaginary concepts compound of points and lines. Representation of the realm of imagination and mind, the world is regarded as a “body” of infinite points on which the surface is in movement in the time and space.
Things found everywhere (photos, words, places) are the origin of her works. Forms and thoughts constantly change and are transformed into an organic whole of lines and points, ideas and concepts, imaginary and real places.
Her drawings are the result of a visual modification or a mysterious meeting between literature and line. She uses a fast technique and profoundly undecided, almost mechanical, very detailed and obsessional lines. The representation seems false. When the detail passes in the foreground of the representation, the images become more and more abstracted. She is interested in details as concept, as a noise or an error. Getting wrong. Make a very detailed fault.
Paula Castro includes a dimension of unreality of the reality in which some stories fragments meet the interpretations of every spectator having their own story.