Isabel Servera’s work focuses on pictorial practice and its realization. They tend to be highly mechanized and planned actions that involve repetition, accumulation and routine. They are always made by hand and this is where one of the main points of interest in her work lies: the relationship and dialogue established between artistic language and artisanal processes. To do this, she uses several non-specialized resources and different processes close to drawing, painting and crafts.
Servera is interested in carrying out concrete actions, in “being a machine and producing”, often looking for the lack of meaning in doing.