Born in Paris and native to the Canary Islands, Ana Morales witnessed the metamorphosis of her "territory" from a very young age. Early on, she became concerned with the possibility of acting for its "intelligent beautification". Since her early childhood, she was given an artistic education (music and dance), and she was naturally drawn towards cinema, where she assisted directors both in organising shoots and in artistic and set design duties.
However, bringing out the best of a place by "framing" it well, and concealing its "truth" was not enough for her. She desires to "sustainably" transform space, in all its dimensions.
Her ambition to contribute to improving the landscape comes as a result of these awareness-enhancing experiences.
Thus, she enrolled at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Paysage de Versailles, graduating in 2013, with her own resources with which to reinvent the landscape: environmental, historic, social and aesthetic knowledge, and an open-mindedness to carry on learning.
Her ambition is to reconcile "Nature and her forces" with humankind. She draws inspiration principally from her travels, cinema and its composition, mankind, her quest for happiness, her emotions and, lastly, from Nature and her power, her intelligence and her infinite beauty.
For Ana, a garden comes into its own when the visitor takes his or her time to feel, and thanks to this pause, is able to reflect on the world, and his or her world. As all is not given away immediately, one has to search for and find a meaning, one's own meaning - identify this meaning, identify oneself, feel oneself there, feel oneself, feel... Emotions... the lifeblood of the human being.
To be at Chaumont-sur-Loire is to have the opportunity and the luck to work with a controversial material, acting as road infrastructure, to relate it to the plant world, finally turning it into something poetic.