Aïda Gómez was born in Madrid in 1986. She studied sculpting at Kunsthochschule Weißensee in Berlin and fine arts at the UCLM in Cuenca, Spain. Between 2006 and 2011. She worked as part of the La Pluma Eléctri*k street art collective.
Spanish street artist Aïda Gómez redefines her urban surrounding by playing around with common viewing habits and establishing her very own rules.
Working with language games, crossword puzzles and the playful replacement of social codes in our everyday environment. Aïda Gómez finds a way of capturing and challenging the view of passersby, turning them into playfellows in her self-appointed playgrounds in the streets of Madrid and Berlin. By placing posters with word search games on billboards, weaving hearts into fences or playing Tetris with missing pieces in a subway station panelling, the artist uses simple yet subversive techniques and what she calls non-violent materials to reveal hidden treasures.