In ‘Construcción de paisaje’, you can see genuine natures belonging to the human realm, as well as lush, violent and harmonic views. This image yields scenes with no spatial references as they lack ground, sky and horizon. Consequently, these scenes cannot be looked over nor provide any possibility for locating oneself. The images contain plenty of items and obstacles that may cause harm and do not allow your access. No space left, not even for another brushstroke. These are images with plenty of diagonal lines here and there yet showing no depth to run through. Fleeing from the trompe l’oeil and spatial equivalences, they focus the look on the surface. These are artefacts that insist on being looked at as paintings.
The author’s intervention on every printing adds the value that each show some differences. Nonetheless, both the colours applied by the author and its texture are the same.