Belén Diz Juncal (1993) lives, or something like that, in Pontevedra, Galicia. Graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Vigo and later graduated in the Master’s Degree in Illustrated Album and Audiovisual Animation at the same university, this young illustrator is dedicated to consuming pens, grating in an infinite role of realities that intend to complete her own.

His work encompasses different themes and disciplines, among which the idea of childhood, body and home as a refuge, in which it is intended to represent that space that makes us feel safe through scenes where the body itself, the look and the context reflects an imaginary built from memories, sensations and feelings.

The intention is to bring to the present that refuge of childhood that in maturity is unattainable from an approach to the privacy of the subjects portrayed, extracting those specific moments from the private sphere and memory to make them something tangible.