Resident of tallerBDN
She studied Ceramics (1980-1985) and Sculpture (1992-1995) at the Massana School of Art and Design Centre of Barcelona (1992-1995). Vocational Training degree in Applied Arts and Crafts. Specializing in ceramics (1986).
Individual exhibition: Hotel Montaro. Baqueira-Beret (Val d’Aran-Lleida) (1998) and Col·legi Oficial de Metges de Barcelona. Barcelona (1997). Some collective exhibitions in which she has participated are Centre d’Artesania de la Generalitat de Catalunya. Barcelona (2005), Sala Busquets. Escola Massana. Barcelona (2002), Galeria Quatre Disset. Madrid (2000) and Galeria Ribas. Sant Cugat del Vallès (1999). Participation in international fairs: Inhorgenta Munich (22-25 February 2013) and ESPAIJOIA – Jewellery Mediterranean Meeting. Drassanes Reials de Barcelona (12-15 October 2012)
From addition to extraction. From ceramic to sculpture and, taking it one step further, to jewellery. From grandeur to the delicacy of small things. Pilar Marsà embarked on a voyage which first began by adding material to her ideas, making pieces and moulds that allowed her to discover that she preferred extracting and getting rid of all that is in excess until the shape from the inner materials emerges; from wood, the material she likes working with the most. Wood, connecting us with nature, alive, latent, always ready to be part of the life cycle.