Dyslexic from birth, Irma never felt very comfortable expressing herself with words and chose to express herself through other languages. Starting with salsa dancing at age 4, she progressed to a professional level, but left it behind her at 20 to return to Barcelona. There she began her studies of photography, a way of speaking where words and letters are not necessary and the camera becomes a part of my body. These images are part of a project called “menja’m la fruita” or “eat my fruit”. Irma also explores other arts such as improvisation, Argentinian tango, singing and aerial dancing.