Spain, 1977


Ernesto Casero has been producing meticulous coal and graphite imageswith a powerful ideological charge for more than a decade, in which he expresses a very critical position in relation to scientific history. Whether producing pseudo-scientific graphic materials, such as imaginary-generated botanicals or playing with clay volumes that are subsequently depicted, a documentary video about a fictional pandemic or false cover books; or by merging photographs from historical imagery into a single piece of drawing, so that forcing the previous ones to dialogue either by discrepancy or by agreement on certain interested views of biology and skewed interpretations of the natural world’s essence. In any case, its contemplation offers a fascinating aesthetic experience while invites to reflection.