“Evidently a work without the gaze of the spectator does not make much sense. It is the part that closes the circle”.
Juan Asensio’s works made with materials such as marble, sandstone, granite, aluminium and steel. His stone works show a great contrast between the density and weight of the material itself and the feeling of lightness provided by the organic forms.
For this exhibition, Asensio has made a number of steel sculptures formed by simple structural elements but which synthesise the pillars on which they stand and which nurture his work: geometry and nature. These simple elements start forming groups, building more complex structures and forming colonies that invade the walls and corners of the gallery’s space in an apparently random way. They evolve by overlapping each other like ivy or like a colony of fungi or bacteria.