Paco Algaba‘s (Madrid, 1968) productions can be described generally as experimental poetry, film and audiovisual texts, because they do not adhere to usual narrative conventions. Framings are created in a patient and meticulous way and, once established, are kept for several minutes, so that where nothing seems to be happening, a small event eventually takes places —things like a subtle light change or the movements of the air. The artist takes this type of image as a departing point, almost always without dialogue and without the non-diegetic conventional contribution of the music, to deal with the landscape and slowly explore its density, its history or its conformation. For this exhibition, Algaba presents Europa solar: a collection of landscapes marked by post-historical inertia belonging to different lands throughout Europe. These are shown in their unfailing fate of ground zero territory, reconsidering the scale of man, their historical processes and their otherness.