Óscar Román

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MEXICO, 1985

The series of pieces tries to create an analogy between the organic, the abstract and programming languages; of how codes exist in the world on parallel matter, colour, everything, has been studied, with mixed worlds, between virtual life and apparent reality. The artist plays with volumetric forms that try to build and deconstruct themselves all the time. The speech is about fusion, about the interpretation of feelings, love, personality, war, minerals, alphabets, molecules, Mexican identity, and a fictional abstract code based on interpretation.