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4 Paredes: Aglaia Berlutti
Venezuela

En Palabras de Aglaia:

Creo que el lugar que da forma a nuestra ideas representa ese momento tan intimo como exquisito que significa para cualquier amante del arte crear: aspirar a convertir un sueño en una obra real, en un lenguaje propio que eleve nuestros pensamientos más allá de nosotros mismos, el poder de la imaginación. Por ese motivo, mi estudio representa ese castillo de ideas que otorga sentido a la forma de pensamiento más amplia que puedo desear: mi propia capacidad para construir mi mundo personal.

leer, escribir, bailar, pelear con Nele y me encanta levantarme de madrugada y mirar por la ventana :|

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