Panmela Castro, street-artist from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, sat down with MUSEUM to answer some questions about herself.
Interview with PANMELA CASTRO:
Your childhood ambition:
To be free and do whatever I want. I was raised in a very traditional education and it was very hard for me.
Something you treasure:
My friendship that I made with the graffiti artists from the world.
Your worst habit:
I am a perfectionist!
The aspect of your work that’s most important to you:
The fact that I can express myself and communicate with everyone.
Your first job:
Art teacher at a kid school.
Someone whose work you highly recommend:
Sophie Calle is my preferred artist.