Diana Albadan proposes IDEAS, her first individual exhibition in Miami, composed of 13 works that evoke free figuration. The name for this work has a very interesting origin. It came from the classical theory of the philosophical teachings of Plato which has been addressed by thinkers and artists of different disciplines such as the Portuguese author JosÃ© Saramago. Although the artist does not intend to defend the stream that accepts the existence of a parallel world in which thoughts are the protagonists and relate under certain underlying rules to their environment; she definitely wants make an invitation to observe the role of these ideas and thoughts on decisions made by individuals. In other words, is an invitation to remember that not in vain famous thinkers have given importance to the ideas and the way these affect us, change us, corrupt us or reinvent us.