I aim to express in poetic shapes what is happening based on my introspection of experienced sensations. A poem, an image in memory, the nature filtered through my being, all of these are related to my work and become the result of an almost immaterial sensibility: the extension, the outside, what is external to us, the medium in which we move, our environment, the living space.
The work of Hombrelópez is the result of an unstoppable creative drive, fueled by imagination and a throbbing personality since he was a child. Close to Arte Povera in style, heterogeneous in scope and using diverse and recycled materials, his artistic discourse links with that of green and ecological movements. His artistic education and training was undertaken both in Spain and Hawaii, USA. Hombrelópez’s creations still reflect a childish look, an impulse that can be traced back to his teen passion for comic books but also from the constant curiosity for objects found anywhere, apparently forgotten, that the artist reshapes, reassembles, giving birth to a new-old body.
Irriguible paints the ideas; he paints the idea where the opposites converge, where the oppositions of substance and form, chaos and order, painting and drawing, movement and stability, harmonize their differences and share a place, real and ideal, on the surface of the material and the imagination of who looks at them. That place where the desire to command the chaos and disturb the order concur in the perfect space of simultaneity.
Both ceramics and glass artist, Yukiko Murata combines in her creative oeuvre the traditional Japanese sensibility and technique with a special interest in allegory and Nature. Her works and her art are born of the psychological game of figurative representation and metaphorical insinuation, where things are sometimes unfold and its apparent meaning is diluted.