The Mediterranean Digital Baroque exhibit opened at the David Gill Galleries in London in October 2003. The exhibit featured creatures that sign and defend the root of creation. The house. The head. Full of fake and plastic characters. Adult games. A virgin army defended by supersonic pigs. Engulfed in a metamorphic fragile traditional ceramic forest. A vital and ironic manifesto about this artist’s personal cosmogony that is devised of mature languages from heterogeneous worlds: his birthplace, Madrid and the Francophone culture from his childhood. Skateboarding from cani suburbs and baja California. Gestuality, surrealism, baroque, density, dynamism, intuition, dementia, risk, tenderness, berreber, mathematical warrior of nature, energetic strength, delirium, histrionic exaggeration, emulation and creativity.