The purpose of this sequence is to place the observer in the centre of the composition, that is, to value human beings and their condition beyond the context they’re inserted on. This principle is inspired in the work of the Becher couple, in which architecture has been converted into sculpture through a fundamental methodologic technique. This meets my vision of the European: a being privileged by humanism made possible by a place that has standardized this principle.
Formally speaking, the surrounding environment, without being ignored, is interpreted as graphic lines that become secondary when horizontality and verticality nullify. An individual dimension stands out through the centralisation and modulation of the space. In a group, different rhythms and languages stand out, even though the object being used is the same.