About Anaisa
Anaisa Franco is an artist creating electronic sculptures that interconnect the physical with the digital; she is interested in re-signifying concepts of psychology by providing behaviors, imagination and feelings for the sculptures. She has been working and living between Spain and São Paulo, Brazil, where she came from. She studied first Visual Arts in São Paulo, and then moved to England to do a Master in Art and Technology, since then she started traveling around producing works in Medialabs and residences for artists.
http://www.anaisafranco.com
Current city: Madrid
Anaisa Franco is an artist creating electronic sculptures that interconnect the physical with the digital; she is interested in re-signifying concepts of psychology by providing behaviors, imagination and feelings for the sculptures. She has been working and living between Spain and São Paulo, Brazil, where she came from. She studied first Visual Arts in São Paulo, and then moved to England to do a Master in Art and Technology, since then she started traveling around producing works in Medialabs and residences for artists.
 
This is a fabulous Hotel called Silken Puerta América, where each floor is designed by a different architect. It is open for public visiting. This year the Hotel was hosting the art fair Just Madrid and I was totally amazed by the first floor design of my favorite architect Zaha Hadid.
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Matadero is a contemporary creation center, a charming place to go at night to see the concerts and architectural lights. It always has an interesting program going on.
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Medialab Prado is the coolest place to work, to collaborate, to do workshops, to participate in events and conferences. They are the nicest people in the planet doing such interesting programs. My favorite is Interactivos. It is also a good place to meet new friends and go afterwards for beers in the bars around Lavapies, a district full of art galleries and Museums.
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Going out in Chueca, the gay neighborhood of Madrid and grab a beer in the bars around is fun. One of my favorite programs is going to tranvestite´s concerts there.
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