Martínez Cánovas

In his work, we can find, through a surreal and symbolic imagery, a direct connection to the thinking of ancient philosophers like Aristotle, who argued that death is the most dreadful of all things and that fearing certain things is even just and noble. His projects revolve around this idea, conveying and generating that discomfort within a large segment of society. To achieve this, he uses a dreamlike and surreal language, where the metamorphosis of humans into animals is often a recurring theme.

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