Yves Sadurní Dupont develops his artistic production from an activist standpoint, in positions that question the socio-cultural reality of his immediate context; hence Mexico, Spain and France, England, India, the Philippines or New York have been the scenarios to articulate a moral, inclusive and controversial discourse, which explores in ontological arguments human behaviors and their consequences. He uses drawings, paintings, designs, architecture, sculpture, public intervention or audiovisuals as tools to access from the micro to the macro, from the past to the present, from the general to the particular, from the fabulation to the reality; dualities that respond to the incessant search for oneself and to the criticism of consumption systems and societies of failed models.
He believes in the social role of art as a detonator and regenerator of tissues, capable of promoting awareness and reflection through aesthetic and contemplative experience. He is interested in generating thought currents and conceptual catharsis through plastic actions that awaken curiosity and force the viewer to look inside. He conceives interdependence as the essence of the creative force, and life as a whole in that immense connection where art is the medium that takes the individual by the hand to make him emerge from the collective.