Ana Sánchez (1964) This work is made up of a collage of photographic images of her own hand, scanned and reproduced as a composite series. The whole surface becomes a great sea of coloured hands that draw dynamic rhythms in a circular pattern. Ana Sánchez has created a broad artistic collection of compositions that are abstract and, at times, a touch Baroque, based on the accumulation of elements. The language she offers does not speak, but emits a silent visual cry. She seeks the synthesis between what is banal and what is profound and so tries to construct and deconstruct how to express emotion and rationality through new spaces and new fissures. 33rd Tapiró Prize for Painting, Biennial Art Exhibition 2002.