The piece created for the Festival is based on the legend of El Dorado and the artist's own life story.
The child represented is Ana, Gleo's cousin, who grew up with her in a very poor region of Colombia, where large families could not raise all their children, using the help of putative families who guaranteed education, food and basic necessities for children . At the age of six, Ana was very fond of wearing Gleo's clothes, which infuriated her, until one day they had a huge argument. Gleo was upset to see Gleo hurt, Ana doubled, cleaned and returned all the clothes to Gleo, returning to put on her old dirty clothes, claiming that if the price for Gleo's love was never to use things again, she would never touch them again . This marked her a lot, and that is what brings us with this piece - a reference to what really matters - love and our interior.
Materials and techniques - Plastic paint