Luísa's Wedding is an emancipated, fluid exhibition in which pleasure assumes a political sense of becoming. In these paintings, in which bodies gravitate freely, the underlying canon is the happiness of the encounter, of touch, cross-breeding and dilution of boundaries between genres. The pleasure of taking a break in the existential interval of the rational determinism of supposed economic and social effectiveness. Art as the possibility of opening up significant parentheses in the expected run of events. This is the discreet magnitude of Priscila Fernandes’ current project.

Miguel von Hafe Pérez