Leticia Gaspar’s relationship with painting has much to do with emotion; to paint something she needs a motivation that originates from the object she wants to represent. She focuses mainly on projecting her interest in other disciplines such as drawing or photography. She is not concerned with copying the model, she interprets what she sees and reinforces plastic values to achieve what she considers important, the ability to excite. Her work explores contemporary urban environment, using a figuration that places special emphasis on the use of pictorial resources, light, composition and colour. She’s currently thinking about a surprise of space through the introduction of foreign elements, sometimes through words or phrases that replace modules or advertising posters, sometimes playing with strange or paradoxical elements. It is something subtle that requires a closer gaze and introduces a point of ambiguity - it makes you wonder whether it was there originally. These are words or things that perhaps are out of context generating uncertainty.