Martí Cormand (Barcelona, 1970) invents a hidden, abstract world that becomes visible in its representation. This world infiltrates the realistic version of the world, causing it to disintegrate. Cormand’s work is imbued with the qualities of transparency, density, light, shadows and extreme precision, in the manner of the Dutch School. These qualities are fused with references to digital technologies for image reproduction. Here, then, the artist creates a world where the artificial infiltrates the natural.