This a selection of my work done between 2015 and 2017
Cuestiones Sin Resolver (2017)
Cuestiones sin resolver (Unsolved Questions) delves into the intrinsic relationship between violence and territory and how the former will ruthlessly shape and determine the latter by means of a series of strata which pile up one on top of the other with the passing of time.
La Línea Que Atraviesa, group exhibition with Alexis Díaz Belmar and Marta F. Gimeno. Curated by Rodolfo Muñoz, Paloma Sagüez and Clara Broseta. Fundació La Posta, Valencia, Spain. January 2018.
Series of 35 images + Book designed by Clara Broseta and published through Carne Press in December 2017.
9 Shadows (2017)
Series of 9 images. Digital color print in PVC. 50 cm x 28 cm.
Taking as a starting point the legitimating component that has the appearing in Google, 9 Shadows reveals the presence of a complex instrument that has as its main function the construction of an intrincate network that moves millions of dollars every second through the organization of information and has irreversibly changed the way we look at the other.
Container (as publisher and writer, 2017)
Publication. Print run of 200 copies. Designed by Clara Broseta and Guillem Sarrià.
The first edition of Container wants to rethink the concept of merchandise. For this purpose, the concept has been transferred to a series of artists and actors of contemporary thought who have been requested to contribute their personal participation with a work or text that reflects on this idea.
1349 refers to the area occupied by the Valencian district of Cabanyal - Canyamelar, which looks closely at the Mediterranean Sea with which it limits. The intensive emptying of living spaces in this area brings with it a symbolic occupation of the walls of cement and brick built with the purpose of curbing illicit access to buildings.
Publication. Limited edition of 25 copies. Designed by me and published by Carne Press.
Ein Tag (2015)
Ein Tag emerges as an answer to a non-systematic route through the Gropiusstadt district, located south-east of the city of Berlin, throughout the 27th of August of 2015. This periurban set is projected at the beginning of the 1960's by the bureau of Walter Gropius, architect and Bauhaus founder, to accommodate a population in full growth and beyond the capacity of the city. The urban planning is done under the influence from a radial model in which establishments of public interest and commerces are situated in the centre of the complex, while the housing form dense webs around it. These characteristics make Gropiusstadt, initially, a highly-urbanised enclave in the middle of a rural zone, which provokes in the decades following its edi cation a high crime rate. At the time of our visit this situation has changed notably. A stable tranquility is perceived, the danger of the streets has been reduced.
Work in collaboration with Clara Broseta. Series of 50 images + Publication. Limited edition of 25 copies. Published by Carne Press.