Fraga work in a wide range of mediums including drawing, photography, animation and video. My work is an ongoing exploration of the different distances between ourselves and everything else: spatial, temporal, emotional, cultural and imagined. Fascinated by extreme environments, from deep sea to deep space, I explore our individual and collective relationship with these kind of places and their mediated image.
Fraga’s work is represented by Espacio Alexandra in Santander (Spain). For current info on exhibitions and projects visit the ‘Latest News’ section of this website.
Born 1982, Cabanas, A Coruña, Spain. Graduated in Fine Art at The University of the Basque Country (Spain) in 2005; she completed an MA in Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University in 2007. Currently she is a PhD Practice-led at the School of Design, University of Leeds, with an award from the White Rose College of the Arts and Humanities. Her research explores the relationship between art and astronomical places only accessible via scientific visualisations.