An ongoing collection of market products that contribute to the pubescent tradition of the art object.
The inability to think the head as a part of the body; the inability to feel the bicycle until you have an accident; the inability to name the object that result from their contact; antibodies are bodies that match other bodies in order to neutralize bodies and thus, preserve the integrity of the body.
A frame of reference; or three models to appreciate discourse as form; a set of experiences around the significant and the insignificant in the museum bench.
a fold in a rug; a matter of surface.
antibodies are bodies that match other bodies in order to neutralize bodies; who protects the protections?; variations of a wet finger; a phallic tribute to Caldas da Rainha; a futile attempt at producing cult objects.
A series of haptic experiments produced in the romantic isolation of a studio; a helmet like a wrinkled fingertip; a touchscreen; a softdrive; a pile of 1990's posters for the promotion of spanish tourism; the negative imprint of a wet fingertip; a picture assimilating the silouhette of my arm;

"T_opicalismo"; a series of safe-to-plug fruits; a cool, carefree critique of contemporary topicality; a collection of domestic appliances; an ironic attempt to softening the violence of art's power grids; enjoying the politics of "enchufismo".

"Retrospectiva", (retrospective); a solo show about the contingency of art history; a quest for the absence of meaning; a scratch follows itch follows scratch; a photographic documentation of a series of collages, with the original remnants surviving in the frames.

"Efecto memoria", (memory effect); a series of haptic experiments produced in isolation; what is felt but is still unknown.

"Man", (mouth epistemology); the figure of a man made chewing; a sculpture made with the mouth to be eaten with the eyes.

"Teleplastia"; or a series of original collages that got destroyed; or how can any object can become a performance; or how to make art for instagram; or how materialism is not synonymous with corporeism.

"The Garden of Parallax", (El jardín de la paralaje); a solo show about the possibility of folding space and the circularity of time; a science-fiction narrative about lichens; a becoming of the "post" into the "re"; a re-modern, re-gender, re-colonial quest for all the other worlds that are in this one; a useless revelation that says cacti are maps of constellations.
× Today we know that the Eridanus Supervoid is the equivalent to a cosmic blindspot. What the ancient called the Big bang would be considered an accidental glimpse of a picture that is being sucked into this optic nerve ←

It has been documented that several types of cephalopods have eyes that can distinguish the orientation of polarized light. This has nothing to do with the fact that their eyes do not have a blindspot ←

× Stars, galaxies, matter, are all the feeling cones and rodes of an unknown organ; they are the excited surface of a learning fabric that folds upon itself ←

× A lenticular print is not a hologram ↓
× The garden of parallax is a repeating phenomenon in lichen populated ecosystems: cacti, algae, fungi and organisms alike, are carefully arranged in intriguing patterns ↓

While the purpose of the garden may seem useless upon first inspection, it has been proven most of the specimens grow as three dimensional maps of unknown constellations ←
When seen from the correct space-time intersection, these greater regions of the obscure have revealed to be the scattered phosphenes of cosmic pressure ↓
× In 2002 a pod full of lichens was sent to outer space from the Plesetsk Cosmodrome. The launch was a failure and the ship exploded a few seconds after lift-off. Out of all the lichens only the Rhizocarpon geographicum was found alive intact ←

The Rhizocarpon geographicum is a lichen species that grows on rocks in areas of low air pollution. Each lichen is bordered by a dark line of spores, leading to the appearance of a map. Further studies revealed this flat drawings bore an astonishing resemblance to different stellar compositions ←

Since then we've been using the Rhizocarpon as a hyperframe model to reach specific cronotopes in the space-time fabric ↓
× In 2004 the Wilkinson Probe mapped the temperature differences in the Cosmic Microwave Background to the millionth of a degree. An anomalous cold region was spotted in the direction of the Eridanus constellation ←

A supervoid is an empty region of space. With a diameter of about one billion light years, the Eridanus Supervoid is much larger than any other known void, and it represented a timely challenge for the theories explaining the origins of the universe ↓

"Magma"; a mute video about a mute explorer; a wooden hyperframe made of three interconnected square sections in perpetual motion; a three dimensional representation of two dimensional knowledge; when a subject is identified within a frame of reference, an inversely proportional frame is reproduced outside its own linguistic boundaries; the certainty that space travel is a texture that can only be achieved through painting.

"útiles para una cumbre internacional sobre los principios herméticos del desarrollo" (inaudible); a constellation of tools for an international summit; a mysterious revelation about the european flag; a diplomat, an amateur painter and a shaman that plot to kidnap Europe.
× El 1 de diciembre de 1951 Salvador de Madariaga, diplomático español y fundador del Colegio de Europa en Brujas, propone una bandera europea de fondo azul con una constelación de las diversas capitales europeas en el mapa. La ciudad de Estrasburgo, como sede del Consejo de Europa, está representada por una estrella más grande ←

× Arséne Heitz, empleado del consejo y pintor aficionado, propone una corona de doce estrellas de cinco puntas, inspirándose en diversas representaciones de la Virgen María en las que ésta aparece con un "halo duodecaestelado" y envuelta en un manto azul ↓
× The european ring of stars had nothing to do with the 6 founding countries but with a rare depiction of Virgin Mary: a femenine figure with a twelve star halo around her head. This depiction is based on a description in the Book of Revelation of a woman, clad with the sun, with a twelve star crown upon her head (12:1) ←

Contrary to the catholic use of this image, this passage is believed to represent a pagan femenine principle of creation, related to many esoteric traditions such as alchemy or antroposophy ←

× The possibility of rewriting the narrative of the european project has been considered in this day a sort of spiritual chimera; equal to the philosopher's stone or the impossible gnostic objects of the esoteric. To reconfigure means to alter something accepting its payload ←
× The standard model of cosmology predicts that the universe is infinite and flat. However, cosmologists have suggested that space could be finite and shaped like a dodecahedron instead.
They claim that a universe with the same shape as the twelve-sided polygon can explain measurements of the cosmic microwave background " the radiation left over from the big bang " that spaces with more mundane shapes cannot →

× El catasterismo es el proceso mitológico por el cual un héroe o personaje se transforma en estrella o constelación. El término, que aparece por primera vez en la obra del matemático Eratóstenes de Cirene, es un cultismo tomado del griego que significa: "colocado entre las estrellas"

"Tempête" (tempest); a solo show about the insignificant detail; a green chroma piano that dissappears into the "efet du reél"; a barometer that always points to the storm; a poem about the representative regime as a necessary special effect.
"Este palacio, de piedra enlucida, se encontraba entre una travesía y un solar desvencijado. En el interior había desigualdades arquitectónicas que invitaban a especular. Un pequeño patio de luces separaba las estancias superiores de la arquería donde los dos empleados se pasaban el día entero, sentados junto a la puerta en sus sillas de oficina. Alineados sobre la pared, dos respiraderos y diez apliques sin focos. Bajo ellos, un barómetro. Al otro lado de una gran ventana, de piedra y arqueada, otro patio impoluto. Cuatro focos, en el centro, apuntaban hacia un lugar vacío. Y pese a todos los intentos el aposento resultaba un tanto umbrío, pues el lugar era conocido por sus tormentas."↓

Carlos Fernández-Pello, Tempête.
"Esta casa, revestida de pizarra, se encontraba entre una travesía y una callecita que iba a parar al río. En el interior había desigualdades de nivel que hacían tropezar. Un pequeño vestíbulo separaba la cocina de la sala donde madame Aubain se pasaba el día entero, sentada junto a la ventana en un sillón de paja. Alineadas contra la pared, pintadas de blanco, ocho sillas de caoba. Un piano viejo soportaba, bajo un barómetro, una pirámide de cajas y carpetas. A uno y otro lado de la chimenea, de mármol amarillo y de estilo Luis XV, dos butacas tapizadas. El reloj, en el centro, representaba un templo de Vesta. Y todo el aposento olía un poco a humedad, pues el suelo estaba más bajo que la huerta."↓

Gustave Flaubert, Un corazón sencillo.