This series started from a number of small interventions ―urban collages― involving the manipulation of the remains of construction materials abandoned on the street. This debris contains a memory and an esthetic (form, color, volume) which lend themselves to the creation of in-situ sculptural exercises.


This prior effort to comprehend the material on a small scale makes way for a new phase, a series of sculptural compositions created in industrial spaces reconverted into spaces for artistic practice: Fabra i Coats in Barcelona, a former nineteenth-century textile factory transformed into an arts center, and the Kreativquartier in Munich, an industrial zone now occupied by a variety of cultural and artistic initiatives.


The series draws on recycled materials that are inscribed in the space to generate installations that can be considered sculptural, insofar as they three-dimensional volumes, but also pictorial compositions, when viewed from a certain vantage point. This series openly expresses its direct referents, specifically the dialogue, from a distance, with the Prounenraum (Proun Room) of El Lissitzky, in addition to other references to the Russian avant-garde.


Again, the photographic format allows us to bring the intervention to the reader of images from a given perspective, offering a concrete experience of the space and the manipulation of dimensions so often experimented with in the visual arts. This photographic window therefore acquires the same status as its referent, putting both on the same level before the public.