the title of this painting is a quote from Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente.
The face of a wolf is depicted. Although the image is pixelated and for its vision, the viewer needs to move away to be able to decipher it.
This is the first work in the Soc ací pictorial series that, with an environmental message, seeks to reflect on the viewer. The mission of the message is for the viewer to become individually aware, thus causing a change of attitude towards a more sustainable world in communion with Nature. To this end, pictorial pieces that represent animals in danger of extinction as a result of the action of the Human Being are projected in this series. Although, the representation of these animals is presented encrypted and diffuse with the intention of making it difficult to see them. Well, in this way, it is intended to convey to the viewer that these beings are losing their presence and their existence. The pictorial style for these representations is part of Optical Art, a style of visual art that makes use of optical illusions, and that uses a current language closely related to audiovisual communication so latent in our days, and that, it seems, is the channel of communication that most affects the viewer.