Portrait of the Artist as a Machine
One Thousand Years of Contemporary Architecture
Wolves Are Fiercer on the Other Side
Objects in Places
Amaurot World's Fair
Ruins of the Anthropocene
The Future Lies Behind
The Barbarians Among Us
Alternate Monuments
Rewriting the 21st Century
Rise and Fall of a Rogue State
Analog Documents
(Fake) Wall Paintings
Scenes of a Revolution yet to Come
Lives of Eminent Philosophers
Last Days of Capitalism
Banners / Posters
Classic Drawings
Concrete Processes /
Landscapes with Ruins
Rationalist Models
Decorative Sculptures
Vignettes / Cartoons / Other Suites
Early Drawings / Soft Sculptures





For about a decade I have been developing a narrative and visual language based largely on drawing and formal resources typical of fields such as architecture, textbook illustration, heraldry, political propaganda or history painting. A number of recurring themes appear throughout my work: the contradictions between theory and practice, the crucial influence of abstract ideas on concrete processes of social transformation, the relations of power with the historical past and how it is reinterpreted to legitimize the present.

I like to think of my work as handmade replicas of cultural products from the future or alternate timelines. Images, objects and texts are used to create fictional socio-political scenarios, ranging from the plausible to the absurd, situated somewhere between the Utopian and the dystopian. Although the imagined worlds are not necessarily more desirable than the one we live in, in one way or another they all question historical determinism and other ideological dogmas of our time. Through distorting lenses of various colours and thicknesses, we contemplate disturbing versions of our own reality, in which the mechanisms that keep things running, usually hidden under layers of culture and civilization, are laid bare.



Time-Travel Machine Drawings. Interview with Francesc Ruiz. A*DESK, 2022 (SP/CAT/EN)

A Trail Amongst Ruins.
Publication with texts by Virginia de Diego and myself. Can Felipa, 2021 (SP/CAT/EN)

Even Worse, It Could Be Perfect
. Jaime González Cela & Manuela Pedrón Nicolau. Generaciones, 2019 (SP/EN)

Interview for Diagonal, 2016 (SP)

Artist page with interview. Archivo de Creadores de Madrid, 2015 (SP)

Review by Heiko Klaas & Nikole Büsing. Index Hamburg, 2014 (EN/DE)

Informal conversation (with Mario Espliego). Retroalimentación, 2014 (SP)

Proyect proposal. Museo ABC Sala 4, 2012 (SP)

Interview with Iván López Munuera. Circuitos MMX, 2010 (EN/SP)

Interview with Oscar García. Plataforma de Arte Contemporáneo, 2010 (SP)

Review by Elena Winkel. Index Hamburg, 2009 (DE)