It covers the artistic production of the twentieth century, a desire to expand the image beyond its limits, a desire for interaction that allows the viewer to take responsibility for the look and representation.

This desire has been disturbed by the invasive appearance of digital tools and the indiscriminate use of new technologies that dominate the different narrative levels from which we record and interpret the image; The habitual tendency to put in images the existing thing, dilutes the difference between visual representation and vision.

However, and despite what has been said, to make a portrait of the world it is still necessary to move away from it: The problem is not the production of images but to establish an agreement with the existence that allows us a direction that allows us to do what we do _ paintings, pictures, videos, photographs, installations_ to find a place to exist, a path that always points in opposite directions.

The Expanded Image responds to the desire to see, and is carried away by the intuition that tries to shape thought by putting images in existing.