Last summer we had the opportunity to meet artist Tere Chadwick in one of her solo exhibitions here in London. ‘In My Dreams,’ her solo exhibition at Zari Gallery in which she showcased a serie of surreal figures ambiguously positioned somewhere between physical space and dream.
Chilean artist María Teresa Chadwick Irarrazaval is co-founder of the ‘Latinos Creative Society’ at the University of the Arts London and founder of ‘Alter Us’, a multidisciplinary collective focused on challenges created by Anthropocene; Sustainability, Connection, Individualism, Capitalism, Nature vs Tech.
Tere promotes Latin-American art and culture abroad, she came to London looking for a change in her live and found a cosmopolita society where art had a place to be created and seen. She has recently been shortlisted for the Sustainability First Art Prize.
She wanted to share with us an interview she had with Adam Feinstein, biographiest of Pablo Neruda and specialised in Latin American literature.