Portrait in Motion: Jane Brodie
Interested in a material’s response, movement and texture, Jane Brodie takes us inside her visceral artistic processes. Her works were featured in MACBA’s exhibition Épsilon. Abstracciones Descentradas, which was on view from 26 August–13 November 2016. This video is presented in Spanish.
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