The Councilor for Equality, Verónica Martínez, the Councilor for Culture, Raúl Lledó and the young illustrator Natalia Hernández opened last week the exhibition "Psique de Cianuro", which can be visited in the Exhibition Hall of the Municipal Public Library of Torre Pacheco until next March 27.
The exhibition includes a selection of works by Natalia Hernández, which, under the signature "Spooky deligt", brings together dozens of illustrations in which that inner world is embodied, those thoughts that we all sometimes have, explained the author.
"Cyanide psyche" is defined as psyche, conscious and unconscious processes of the human mind and cyanide, a potentially lethal toxic chemical.
The title of this exhibition according to its author, reflects the personal stage in which she was, and is currently, "a thread of thoughts that lead my psyche to paper, and therefore to the exhibition walls," said Hernandez, two words that put title to this exhibition Psyche and Cyanide, and that the artist found in the lyrics of a song called Lisístrata (by Gata Cattana, rapper, poetess, and feminist), Lisístrata is a Classical Grace comedy that raises the sexual strike Women's.
The artist said that after all those words she hides, Natalia, a girl, as defined herself, little talkative and shy, although sometimes she takes her claw to defend her world.
The exhibition is part of the program of March 8 "International Women's Day", the City of Torre Pacheco and was visited by students of Bachelor of Arts, IES Luis Manzanares, who enjoyed the exhibition and dedicated Many questions to the artist, these, will have the opportunity to attend a class that will offer Natalia Hernández, in the educational center.
Natalia Hernández has a degree in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia and a Master in Artistic Production.
As an illustrator she has worked for publishing houses and design agencies, as well as showing her work in several collective and individual exhibitions.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Torre Pacheco