He usually works on decentralized and marginalized spaces taking peripheral urban areas as the paradigm for the rejection spawned by the margins on the center. This project started in 2008 with the birth of “Moviment Senyora” (literally, “Lady Movement”) alongside artist David de la Mano, with whom he collaborates frequently.

On another hand, he has also developed his work in rural areas as a way to bring urban art to small villages.

He has produced murals in villages and cities around the country, in Havana (Cuba), Stavanger and Sandnes (Norway), Montevideo (Uruguay), Buenos Aires (Argentina) and Winter Haven (USA).

Trees and forests are the vehicle to show the link between that which is dynamic and that which is stative, individual and community, emotional interdependence, power and struggle, sustainability and precariousness, weakness and strength. He uses a certain aesthetic of calcination as a revolted look into the devastation of a system.





Baluarte 00 b

foco piza 4 b

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