EXHIBITIONS MANAGEMENT IN 100KUBIK GALERIE, KÖLN
02/2018 - 09/2018
Documentation and research
GRAPHIC DESIGNER IN SOMERBURG & WINTERSCHLOSS.
01/2018 - 04/2018
Graphic production of banners and lettering.
CARPENTER, SELF EMPLOYED.
2014 - 2017
ARTIST PAINTER UNDER REQUEST
E X H I B I T I O N S
2016 - Aparisi Art Studio.
Solo exhibition. El Puig (Spain)
2018 - Outside 2018, UPV.
Group exhibition. Valencia (Spain).
P U B L I C A T I O N SAbout his Art
Nuevas narrativas seriadas en los productos
Análisis aplicado a True Detective. 2017.
Painting is a pathway to interrogate my own subconscious and personal
symbols and fears. I tend to work fast, as i look for the freshness of
the psychologycal print. I like to imagine my paintings as warnings,
taking place in a possible terrible future, or past; fantasy nightmares
on barren fields and broken landscapes.
Art is a powerful medium with which to provoke emotions in the human being: it is a universal and timeless language.
My vision of art is this: If we were able to gather all the artistic
production carried out in a certain period of time, we would have before
ourselves the dreams, nightmares, hopes and feelings of the human being
in that period; in short, his soul, as if it were a single individual.
For a while now, I have been developing in my mind a project that I
consider important, and of great actuality. One of the possible titles,
but the one that most summarizes the idea in which it consists, is "The
Man and the Machine".
My purpose is to realize a pictorial project (that later, and in the
best of scenarios, could lead to a more ambitious project of animation,
that could reach more public and consciences), in which I would expose
my vision (and that of many) of the relationship between man and
machine, in the context of the modern world, and a possible future.
The theme I have chosen deals with the future of the relationship
between the man and the machine: the machine as an extrahuman entity,
created by man, but which subjugates him, and which can lead to the
misery of the soul, the body, the world, through war, greed, autocratic
state, non-human control of societies. I seek the opposition between the
human and the mechanical. And above all I try to generate a strong
emotion and reaction in the spectator.
My proposal would be a visual journey through time. This route could be summarized in three phases:
1st - The time when there were only humans.
2nd - The birth of the machine.
3rd - The control of the human being by the machine: present, future.
I conceive the machine not only as an object, but as everything that is
automated, serialized: homogeneity, the infinite mechanism.
The machine would therefore be a human construction, the realization of
the desires of eternity, the perfect and identical, eternal repetition,
lifeless life. Man would become, in this dystopian context, a creature
similar to the insect of the hive, which has lost all capacity for
self-government and which follows the inhuman will of a society
subjected to the machine.
I quote here Alexis Carrel:
"Man has not known how to organize a world for himself,
and he's a stranger in the world he created himself."
The final result of my project will be a series of paintings, in which I
will develop a chronology where we will be able to follow the birth of
the machine and the death of what is human. My intention is to awaken in
the spectator emotions and reflections on the future of the world in
which we live, to question the orientation of forms of life, the daily
rules that we have accepted today, seduced by materiality, and that
entail the sacrifice of what is natural and necessary.