Raquel Go combines her job as a textile graphic designer with exploring other artistic avenues which give her a stronger sense of fulfillment. Her work, where she highlights a reinterpretation of still life, is filled with elements of her personal life, simultaneously serving the artist as therapy. Despite being somewhat autobiographical in nature, her art connects with ease with that generation born between the 80s and 90s, the generation of Internet, Whatsapp and all those counter cultural references in music, literature and aesthetics. Due to the musical influences and political principles reflected in her work, she couldn’t not be in La Colectiva. Learn more about Raquel’s nostalgia-infused millennial art and genre paintings in this interview.

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