Lubadalu defends kitsch as a fighting tool. In her work, people and other mammals can be found with hair, blooms, rainbows, fish, and some scathing irony. She seeks her art to be chariots (and some clommed) and tries to claim absurd tenderness as a way of life and help lose shame on the softest in us.
She has collaborated on various fanzines published in Catalonia, the United States and England. She has participated in the comic book anthology Drawing Power, edited by Diane Noomin in Abrams Books. She also makes noise with the collective Avestruces.
Lubadalu survives in Barcelona, with other humans and all plants she can.
In my graphic work, you’ll see what you want to see, what you want to hear and feel. In my paintings I explain my experiences and learning senses with a poetic narrative and “magical realism”, “new romantic world.”
Painting is my passion and getting into the painting helps me to get out having seen my unconscious, having painted my shadow. I work on universal archetypes, mythology, surrealism, and humour, taking references to Chagall, Matisse, Paula Rego, Sirget or the Fauvists.