Just Because Everything's Changing Doesn't Mean it's Never Been This Way Before
2017, 180 x 135 x 4 cm, Oil on linen
The context of human identity is what defends the work of Victoria. Being transgender, memories and their transition is the main source of inspiration for the artist’s work. It analyzes contemporary art trends and is imbued with the essence of great artists such as Pablo Picasso or Frida Kahlo.
"In Just Because Everything's Changing Doesn't Mean it's Never Been This Way Before", the artist delves into transformation as an inherent characteristic of inanimate subjects and objects themselves. Going on to question the why and the origin of the status quo of what surrounds us Here, as in the mirror-themed works, the colors become flatter reflecting the artist's own signature compared to the work "Some things you shouldn't get too good at or Where the sky and the big city meet (after Fragonard)" where the contrasts and volumes appear more marked, delimiting contours.