Irene Martínez: Most of the characters we find in your artworks look extremely small. It seems to me there is a deliberated concern for concentrating in the small against the vastness of space that is also present in your work. Why are you interested in this confrontation?
Alejandra Freymann: I suppose it has to do with how I feel the human presence in the universe. The relationship between the micro and the macro has been something I have been always interested in. I’m actually worried, we are very small and the world is huge. And I feel that this idea has left the door open to all kinds of stories in the human imagination. I think this is one of the scariest things I can think of.
Images courtesy of Art Nueve Gallery
Interview originally published in Spanish in Nokton Magazine