Pablo Arrázola believes human beings and their environment coexist in a relationship of mutual construction. Identity is shaped by man’s appropriation of his surrounding landscape, and the landscape, in turn, is a result of how mankind coexists within it. This symbiotic relationship creates fertile ground for the transformation of space and human beings. Arrázola’s artworks draw inspiration from this concept.
In his exploration of paper and drawing, suggestive images create a dialogue with the spectator, resulting in numerous visual narratives. Situations become stories only when confronted with the viewer and his personal memories and experiences. Intentionally vague, Arrázola’s work mostly features children, whose innocence and naiveté are a reminder of how open the possibilities can be when contemplating our environment.