Sueli Espicalquis, with cartographic references of daily life, singularly represents the anatomy of contemporary architecture from forms that overlap geometrically and pictorially. The artist, with her work, reveals the transformation in the forms of representation that have taken the landscape in the chronological spiral of the development of the human being. At the same time she articulates in a two- dimensional way the connections of humans with the environment in which they live.
Andrés I. M. Hernández
Text from the exhibition Nature Today, Florestal Museum, São Paulo-SP, 2011