Conspiracies # 2006The different elements that make up these grisailles drawings, fragments of the political and economic present, show the need to question our perception of the world gleaned from the information we consume and assume unconsciously. The action of drawing is intimately related with becoming aware, because framing reality helps us to observe it with greater attention and reveal its excesses. This attention to the cleft -the place where the whole is fissured- implies shining a light on the evidence of abuse. Such abuse finds no obstacles, in any of its forms, when power is exercised as the only system of conduct. And, in the same manner, it implies perceiving the complicity of the media that give it space for their own benefit. The uniform grisaille finds a relief in its chromatic reverse, precisely in the strength of the fragile, which is prowess and not power, awakening the need to find an emotional quiver which denounces an end that the means cannot justify.