Omar reveals how can any person be coaxed by power and depicts it as a chaos. Paper, for instance, gives him the possibility to communicate hyronic messages about Mexico's contemporary life. His work is part of important collections such as the Museo Nacional de la Estampa, the Museo Taller Erasto Cortés and Banco de México.
Luisa's work expresses a special interest in time and in keeping records of existence itself. Her series La Escalera (The Ladder) is an analogy of life, since we always go up and down during the passage of our life.
Ernesto describes the general behavior of the universe through his graphic Cycles. He reflects on how matter and energy are transformed over time and space, starting from the void in which the movement of matter is triggered until it reaches an extreme point of total saturation, which will be the beginning of a new cycle.
Cities are living creatures that never stop evolving. Rubén enjoys living in downtown Mexico City, one of the world's most chaotic urban environments. Watching how buildings and structures overlap has inspired him to undertake a research on geometry, synthetizing shapes and voids into two dimensions.