Paula Saneaux depicts a stream of emotions and existential conflicts about the women of her time. Her skin travels through them -mimicking and transmuting every act of violence, aggression, suffering, conflict, degeneration, pain and happiness dragging us into that flood of feelings. Paula efficiently handles her techniques, imbuing the drama and calamity with intimate beauty. She projects, involves, and eventually represents herself through each of her models without removing or altering their stories or personalities. Paula experiences their stories as her own and recreates them with her nearly monochrome palette, where color -when it exists- is a mobile that pushes viewers to question or reconstruct ideas through their own stories.
Paula delivers a candid approach without being moralistic, where questions -more than judgements- arise when encountering her work today and through time because her subject matters are eternal conflicts of humanity.