THE PIN–UP QUOTE: DELFINA DELETTREZ
My mom would take us traveling all around Europe and throw us into museums. I remember being so fascinated by those Magritte paintings, for example, where there is always a hidden side to them that makes you feel almost angry because you want to take out the obstruction and see the face. Same with Dalí paintings; I would stare at them and each time I would discover new things. I just loved the oneiric aspect, the total freedom and, of course, the nonsense.
I also like to study my dreams. Sometimes I just remember sensations or images, but when I can I like to write down my dreams in the morning. Sometimes my daughter wakes up and tells me all of her dreams. So I write them down too, because I would love one day for her to be able to read and connect with her craziness.